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I CONWAY. YOUR UMBRELLA re-covered as new with the famous Gloria cover, from 3s. 6d. post free.—Walker, Hairdresser and Tobacconist, Lancaster-square, Conway.[193 JOHN M'GILP, practical watchmaker and jeweller. Watches, clocks, jewellery, spectacles, and silver-plate repaired. Ad- dress High-street, Conway. 1573 A GOOD PLACE FOR BOOTS-For the best and cheapest of -all.classes of boots and shoes, go to Joseph Jones, Compton House, Castle-street, Conway. Best Shop for re- pairs. Agent for K Boots and other best Brands. WINTER REMEDIES.—Hughes' Cream Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo- phosphites in bottle, is. and (double size) is iod. Hughes' Almond Skin Cream, the best protection for the skin against Chap- ping and Roughness, 6d. and iod. per jar.— Hughes, Chemist and Optician, Castle-street, Conway. CORPORATION FIRE BRIGADE.— Orders for week ending January 2nd, 1911 :— Station duty Firemen D. \V. Jones and Wm. Parry, Probationers T. E. Jones and Owen Owens. Officer on duty Foreman Robert Williams.-F. A. DELAMOTTE, Chief Officer. TONTINE SOCIETY.—The annual meet- ing of the Conway and District Mutual Benefit Tontine Society was held in the Guildhall, on Wednesday, of last week, Mr. Theo. Jones presiding. Captain W. A. Tux- ford, Messrs. James Porter, and W. M. Sever were re-elected Trustees. The follow- ing officers were elect-ed:-Presid-ent, Mr. J. Theo. Jones Vice-president, Mr. W. Whal- ley; Treasurer, Mr. J. Lloyd Jones; Audit- ors, Messrs. Llew. Wood Jones and B. Menai Francis; Secretary, Mr. John Jones, Berry Street; Medical Officer, Dr. M. J. Morgan. The following were elected on the Committee: Messrs. R. J. Jones, R. G. Petcli, J. 11. Evans, John Williams, Robert Jones, Isaac T. Hughes, H. Ys. Jones, George Owen, and O. Jones. The statement of accounts of the benefit fund showed receipts amounting to f,276 6s. II!d., the greater part of which was composed of 191 members' contributions. Sick payments amounted to £ 60 12s. 2d. On the man- agement fund there was shown a balance of £4 is. 3d. and on the reserve accounts a balance of ZSi 12S. od. The dividend this year amounted to £ 1 23. 7d. This excellent Society, is open to receive new members, and early application should be made to the officials. HOCKEY INTERNATIONAL.—Mr. D. O. Davies, of the National and Provincial Bank, has been selected to play right half in the international trial hockey match at Brecon next month. OFF TO AMERICA.—Mr. Richard Wil- liams. who, for some time, has been em- ployed as a linotype operator at these offices, leaves Liverpool, on Saturday, on board the Campania, for New York. We wish Mr. Williams every success. INTERESTING WEDDING.-A very pretty wedding was witnessed at the Carmel Methodist chapel, on Wednesday morning, the contracting parties being Miss Sallie Edwards, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Edwards, Bodafon Gardens, and Mr. Roger Williams, Bod Gwilym, Llan- dudn.o. There was a large number of friends and well-wishers present. Madame Sallie Baugh (cousin of the bride) playtd the '•Wedding March." The bride, who was given away by her father, was attained in a violet of cream serge, trimmed with silk lace and braid, and wore a cream felt hat, trimmed with silk and wings. The brides- maids were Miss Marie Edwards (sister of the bride), and Miss Annie Williams (sister of bridegroom. The former wore a 10 ,e colour costume, and the latter was in grey, with black hat. They also wore gold brooches, the gift of bridegroom. The best man was Mr Jimmy Williams (the brotr.er ot bridegroom). The ceremony was piTtoinv-J by the Rev William Jones, Ardwvn, Cr.mv^y A reception w.t., held at th 'r r Re- staurant. The honeymo •• is being -pent in T iverpool. The happy -ouple were the rc c.pients of numerous br:da,l <M!G CHRISTMAS SHOPPING—Mr Owen Evans, photographer and stationer, High tSreet, has quite excelled his own best record in the preparatione he has made for the Christmas trade, and his numerous cus- tomers will, no doubt, be very pleased with the wide field of selection he has afforded them by his enterprise. MANAGERS' MEETING.—A meeting of the school managers was held on Monday afternoon, presided over by the Vicar, and there were also present, Mr Owen Rowland, the Mayor, and the Rev J. Davies. Several items of business relating to the schools were settled, and on the proposal of the Vicar, seconded by the Mayor, a resolution was passed, thanking the Rev J. Davies for his work as correspondent of the schools, and congratulating him on his promotion, and also wishing him every success in his new sphere. CHRISTMAS TREE.—On Wesdensday, a pleasant entertainment took place in the In- fants School, when Miss Thomas, the head- mistress and the rest of the teachers, pro- vided a Christmas tree for .the little ones. At the commencement of the proceedings, the children sang one or two songs, and the diocesan certificates for religious edu- cation were afterwards distributed by Mrs Roberts, the Vicarage, in the presence of a good number of parents. The children seemed highly delighted with the tree, but unfortunately, on the appearance of Father Christmas, a large number of the smaller ones commenced crying, and poor Father Christmas had to leave the room be. fore quietness could be restored. The toys etc., on the tree, were afterwards distributed by Miss Thomas among the children, and each child was presented with a bag of sweets on its departure for home. ST. THOMAS' DOLE.-The annual dis- tribution of St. Thomas' dole by the Vicar and Wardens, took place in the Parish Room, on Wednesday morning, when in ac- cordance with the will of the bequeather of the charity, tickets lor ciotning to tne value of r i were distributed to eleven of the oldest inhabitants of the town. CHURCH SERVICE.—The usual Christ- mas services will be held in the Parish Church and St. Agnes Church, on Sunday (Christmas Day). CHURCH DFFEXCE.-On Wednesday night, the third of a c-eries of Church de- fence lectures, was held in the Boys' School, when the Rev J. C. Jones, Llangelynin, spoke on "The Church's observance of its trust." The Vicar presided. A discussion followed the lecture, and questions were asked and answered by the lecturer. A PREPARATORY SCHOOL. We understand that the Rev. G. H. Cooper, B.A., late Demy of Magdalen College, Ox- ford, and Mr. R. S. Blencowe, M.A., Oriel College, Oxford, have taken a lease of Gorphwysfa, on Bangor Road, where they will conduct a preparatory school for boys to be known as St. Philip's School." CARMEL LITERARY SOCIETY-At the meeting of this Society on Monday night a very interesting debate took place on the

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