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LLANRWST. PREACHERS.—The following will be the preachers for next Sunday Zion (C.M.): Rev. D. D. Williams, Manchester. Scotland-street Rev. Jos Jenkins. Garregddu. Horeb (W.): Rev. W. Meirion Davies. St. James' (English) (W.): Mr. James Ellis. Colwyn Bay. Tabernacle (C.): Prayer Meeting. Rev. W. Cynwyd Williams. Ebenezer (C.): Sunday School. Prayer Meeting. Penuel (B.): Rev. W. Edwards. Conway. Breton Mission (R.C.). Holy Communion. 8.30 a.m. Parochial Mass no a.m. Welsh Devotions, 6.30. G. M. Trebaol. O. M I. MRS. WILLIAMS, 13, WATLING- STREET, LLANYYRST, begs to inform the public that she has a nice variety in useful CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Ladies' blouses and belts, perfume boxes and handkerchief, assorted sizes, purses, bags, ladies' and gents' mufflers, scaifs, overalls, &c. Babies' pina- fores, frocks, boots, coats, hats and bonnets, &c. All at low prices. An inspection is cordially invited. DEATH.—The death occured on Thursday, of Mrs Mary Elizabeth Thomas, widow of the late Mr. Robert Thomas, Denbigh Street, in her 64th year. The funeral (a private one), took place on Monday at St. Mary's Chnrchyard, the Rev. Jenkyn Jones officiating. The chief mourners were Mr Evan Richard Hughes (son), W. O'Brien, Bangot (nephew), Mr E. P. Hughes (brother), Messrs John Thomas. J. J. Lloyd, T. Latimer Jones, Salisbury Jones. Rowland Hughes, William Hughes, and Edward Thomas. The bearers were Messrs. James Royles, John Pritchard, John Hughes and John Thomas. Wreaths were sent by Mr and Mrs Rowland Hughes, Mrs Grace Hughes, and Mr Evan P. Hughes. WAIFS AND STRAYS.—On Thursday evening a lecture was delivered at the Church House by the Rev. Philip Rees, Organising Secretary of the Waifs and Stravs Society, the proceeds of which were in aid of that Society. His account of the work done at the various homes in connec- tion with the Society was listened to with keen interest. Several views were thrown upon the screen, which assisted the audience to realise the good work done at these homes DISCIPLINE.—On Wednesday evening Mr Wm Wiliiams, County School, presid- ed over the meeting of the Mutual Improve- ment Society, when Mr. J. J. Lloyd, Print- ing Office, opened the subject of discussion, namely, "Di-scipline." Further remarks were made by Meisrs. Tudor Williams, Waterloo House; W. H. Williams, Station House; C. T. Allard, solicitor; O. R. Hughes, County School; R. Thomas, Metropolitan Bank D. J. Williams, Council School; H. Jenkins, George-street; Arthur Owen, Car- rington-terrace; Cecil Jones, solicitor; W. Hughes, J.P., Gwernfor; G. R. Jones, [Apothecaries Hall; J Hughes, Berwynfa; W. Morris, Glan'rafon; and Evan Jones, County School. USEFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS are now displayed in endless variety, at most reasonable prices, at Regent House, Llan- rwst. Furs, gloves, ties, blouses, &c., are displayed in our windows, and an inspec- tion is invited.—ADVT. SYMPATHY.—Our sympathy is extended to Mrs. Williams, Regent House, in her be- reavement by the death of her mother, which occurred last week at Valley, Angle- sea, in her gath year. TEMPERANCE.—A public meeting under the auspices of the Women's Tem- perance Association was held at Back Wat- ling-street Mission Room on Friday, Mr. Robert Roberts, Railway-terrace, presiding. The meeting was opened by Ir. R. Mad- docks, followed by an interesting programme consisting of songs by Mr. Dennis Rogers Jones, Mr. David Ellis, Mr. Maddocks, Masters R. O. Pritchard and John O. Roberts, duets by Misses Jenny Jones and Maggie Hughes, Olwen and Madge Jen- kins quartet by Misses Hannah Harker and friends, dialogue by Mises Olwen Row- lands and Lizzie Williams, Miss H. M. Hughes and friend, recitation by Miss C. Ann Davies, and a selection by the children of the Band of Hope. The accompanist was Miss Olwen Williams, George-street. TABERNACLE LITERARY SOCIETY. --The weekly meeting on Friday was de- voted to a mock Parliamentary election, Mr J. H. Jones presiding. The candidates were Mr. G. R. Jones (Liberal), Mr. D. O. Jones (Conservative), Mr. Wm. Davies (Labonij, and the Rev. W. Cynwyd Williams (Nation- alist). Powerful speeches were delivered by the candidates, supported by the Rev. Thomas Jones, Messrs. Llewelyn Jones, Owen Williams, R. G. Davies, J. Royle, Morris Thomas, and Mrs. Cadwala Ir Griffith, after which the voting took place, resulting as follows:—G. R. Jones (L.), 28; W. Davies (Lab.), 20 W, C. Williams (N.), 15; D. 0 .Jones (C.), 10. ZION LITERARY SOCIETY.—The weekly meeting of this society was held on Friday evening, Mr. G. R. Jones presiding, when a lengthy discussion was opened by Miss Olwen Williams, George-street, and Miss Lewis, London House. The subject was Is the miser or the prodigal the greatest pest to society? The majority ( voted that the prodigal was the one to be dreaded most





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