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PENMAENMAWR. MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY.— I Sport-W ho Leads?" The society engaged in a discussion of this topic at their last meeting. A paper by Mr. W. E. Henry initiated the discussion. The author *vas j absent through illness, and the paper was read in his stead by Mr. J. E. Williams, who proved to be an enthusiast in the ub- ject, which seemed to have provoked no lack of eloquence in all the members prese it. The society does not meet again until Janu- ary 6th, when Mr. F. Dunbavand will read a paper on Socialism "a subject of oe- rennial interest ,i FOOTBALL.—The two team3 won last if Saturday, the Reserves getting their first victory away this season. Next Saturday, the Reserves play the Bangor Railway Insti- tute Boys Brigade; whilst the First team meet I.lanfairfechan at home. in a League encounter THE AMATEUR DRAMATIC SOCIETY are making great strides, and they hope to be able to present their first performance Bardell and Pickwick "—to the public about the middle of January. It is to be hoped that they will get everyone's hearty support, for it i, understood the proceeds will be devoted to some charitable purpose -probably local. The AMBULANCE CLASS met for the last time in 1910 last Monday. The next class will be held on January 9th, zoil. ST. DAVID'S CHURCH.—The meeting of young people of the the above was aban- doned last week owing to inclement weather. On Wedxeaday last, however, a successful meeting was held, when Mr. William Lewis read a paper. DEATH.-It is with great regret that we record the death, at the early age of nineteen years, ol Mr. WillieOwen, the youngest s<_ a of Mrs. and the Rev. Caleb Williams (minis- ter of Horeb, Dwygyfylchi, and Tabernacle, J Penmaenmawr, Cojigregational churches), i which took place at a Liverpool hospital, on Tuesday, after a very short but painful illness. The interment took place at the Dwygyfylchi Cemetery, on Friday afternoon. The coffin was brought from Liverpool to Penmaenmawr, arriving at the station at two o'clock, and. there a short service was held, at which the Revs. Ellis Jones, Bangor, and W. E. Jones (Penllyn), Old Colwyn, offici- ated. The cortege then proceeded to the cemetery, where the funeral service at the graveside was conducted by the Revs. W. Keinion Thomas, Portdinorwic, and D. M. Mason, Lanfalrfechan. Although the weather was most unfavourable, a large con- co'irse of friends attended to pay their last tribute to one WHO was loved by everybody. Lovely floral tributes were sent by the fol- lowing -The Blackler's Stores employees, I Liverpool; Mrs. Roberts and family, Breeze J Hill. Liverpool; Tabernacle Church Band of Hope, Penmaenmawr; Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Roberts, Lvndhurst, Penmaenmawr; Miss May E.vans, Bodlwyfan, Penmaen- mawr; Police Constable William and Mrs. Owen. Penmaeninawr; Mr. and Mrs. Griffith Owen, Bodlawen, Dwygyfylchi; Mr. 9,Yf and Mrs. John Owen, Springfield House, j Penmaenmawr; Miss S. Parry, Rochdale; Master Jesse Emlyn Roberts, Stanley House j "Miss Evelyn Jones, Stanaway; the Misses ;| Jones, Vron; Mr. and Mrs. Jones, and Emlyn, 3, Snowdon View, Bangor. FANCIER'S SUCCESS.—Mr. Llewellyn Williams, Bryn Arfon, is becoming one of the most noted pigeon fanciers in North Wales. At the Fur and Feather Society's Show at Llandudno, on Saturday. He cap- tured several first prizes and specials, and also won the Lord Mostyn Challenge Cup, for the best pigeon in the show, with a black carrier. I INQUEST.—On Thursday evening, Mr. J. Pentir Williams, the Coroner for North Carnarvonshire, held an inquest, in the National School, on the body of Annie Roberts, the four months old child of Ellen Jane Roberts, 10, David Street. Mr. Christ- mas Jones was foreman of the jury. After hearing the evidence of Dr. Moreton Roberts a verdict of death from natural causes was ( returned. 1 P UNF.RAL.—The funeral of the late Mrs. D. H. Owen, Oxford Arcade, took place on Thursday, in the Churchyard. At the house and the Church the services were conducted by the Vicar and the Curate; and at the 1 graveside the three Church of England i clergymen officiated. The chief mourners were the widower (Mr. D. H. Owen), Thomas, David, Richard, and John Owen (sons), Mrs. A. Tempieton Jones, Misses Iaggic and Pollie Owen (daughters), and a large number of relatives. There were a number ot beautiful floral tributes placed on the coffin and on the grave. Mr. D. H. Owen and family desire to re- turn their sincere thanks for the sympathy so kindly extended to them in their bereave- ment. DEATH.—The death took place this week of Mr. Richard J. Roberts, 35, Upper Water Street, Penmaenmawr, at the early age of 28 vears. The deceased had been in iU. health for a considerable time. He leaves a widow. The funeral took place on Tues- day. HIGH TIDE.-On Saturday, there was a very high tide at Penmaenmawr, and, assist- ed by the heavy rains, there was some flood- ing. Shingle was carried on to the promenade, and in some places the sea washed clean over the front. Midway be- twen Penmaenmawr and Conway, the road for a distance of 200 yards was covered with > three feet of water, making it extremely rough time of*^o^^u^nt^he"'1 1 wall alongside the road, and crawl along on hands and knees. The fields on each side of the road were also flooded. CHRISTMAS CHARITY —With bis usual generosity, Mr. Henry Kneeshaw, J.P., D.L., has given instructions to Mr. R. D. Jones, coal merchant, to distribute a quantity of CO?Lto~U deserving poor in the parish. w °F MRS" JONES, LLAN r ARM —-W e regret to record the death of I a well-known and highly-respected lady, • ?I1rs- J°nes> wife of Councillor David Jones, j Llan1 Farm, which occurred on Monday night. The funeral will take place at Dwy- ) gyfylchi Cemetery, at 2.30, on Friday.















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