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BETTWSYCOED. WEATHER OBSERVATIONS AT BETTWSYCOED. For the week ending Saturday, Dec. 10th. I Mean Maximum (in Shade) 48'4 Mean Minimum (in Shade) 40'2 Highest in Shade 50 Lowest in S"aae 32 Maximum in the Sun — ¡ Lowest on the grass 32 Bright Sunshine 41 hrs. Mean amount of CIud. 74"2percent. Observer—DR. HUGH WATSON ox. LICENSING COMMITTEE.—At the Petty Sessions, on Saturday, Col. John- stone, Messrs. George Bovill and T. P Os- borne Yale were again nominated to act on the County Licensing Committee for 1911. THE STATiON REFRESHMENT ROOMS.—At the Petty Sessions, on Satur- day, before Col. Johnstone and Mr. George Bovill, Mr. W. J. Bland, of the London and North-Westrn Railway solicitors' office, Euston, applied for the transfer of the licence of the refreshment rooms at Bettws- yco'xl station from Arthur Fitzroy Waters to Robert Herbert Glasspoole, of the Eus- ton Hotel, and the application was granted. TEMPERANCE CONFERENCE The Gwynedd Temperance Conference for 1911 has been fixed for October, and will be held at Bettws-v-coed. CHRISTMAS PREACHING MEETING. The annual preaching meeting at Bryn Mawr Chapel will commence on Saturday evening, the 24th, and will be continued throughout the Sunday (Xmas Day). The special preachers will be Prof. D. Williams, M.A., Aberystwyth, and the Rev W. Llew- ellyn Lloyd. Llanddeusant. WHIST DRIVE.—A whist drive was held at the Girls' School on Thursday evening, when twelve tables were fully occupied. The arrangements were in the hands of Miss Kent, and Miss Pullan, and were excellently carried out. The M.C. was Mr B. H. Pullan. The winners were :—Ladies—First prize, Miss Henrietta Williams; consolation prize, Miss Arnold, Pontypair. Getitietilen--First, Mr Parry. Consolation prize, Mr Laycock. The proceeds were in aid of the Improvement Association. Another drive is being arranged for an early date. THE CHURCH GUILD.—The members of the Church Guild, numbering between 50 and 60, were on Tuesday evening entertained to tea by the kindness of Miss Kent. Bryn Dyffryn. After tea the juveniles indulged in various games, and several selections were given on the gramophone.



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