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LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

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LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. ON WEDNESDAY evening of last week a successful literary and musical meeting was held at Pensarn C.M. Chapel. There was a good attendance, presided over by Mr. E. W. Williams, Llandudno. The adjudicators were Rev. J. Owen Jones, Conway, and Mr. Hugh Thomas, Glan Conway. Mrs. Allard acted as Treasurer and Mr. R. J. Hughes (" Cwstenin ") as Secretary. At the close the usual vote of thanks was proposed by Mr. R. Williams, Plastirion, and seconded by Mr. Richard Roberts, Bryn Mair. MINISTERIAL.-The English Presby- terian Church and the Caersalem Welsh Church, Llandudno Junction, have unani- mously decided to invite the Rev. Richard Williams, pastor of the English Presbyterian Church, Rhos, Ruabon, to become their pastor. GOOD FRIDAY EISTEDDFOD.—We are asked to announce that the list of sub- jects for the Welsh Congregational Eisteddfod to be held on Good Friday are issued this week, and may be had from Mr. Hugh Jones, Trefriw House, Llandudno Itinction. GOLD MEDALLIST—We congratulate Mr. William Williams, headmaster of the Pensarn National Schools, upon having secured a handsome gold medal in case for being the best bowler in the Llandudno Bowling Club. THE PRIZE DISTRIBUTION at Pensarn school took place on Monday afternoon. Owing to the unavoidable absence of Mr. E. Wood, J.P., the chairman of the Managers, the chair was taken by Mr. H. Owen, J.P., the other Managers present being Mrs. Wood, Rev. W. Davies, B.A. (Rector), and Mr. J. Roberts. The prizes were distributed by Mrs. Wood, Pabo Hall, who addressed a few appropriate remarks to each recipient. The following were the attendance prize-winners: -Watch, Sarah Ann Tibbot; medals, Tom McClay, Owen II. Williams, and Thomas J. Lloyd brooches, Jane E. Lloyd and Dora Luna first class book prizes, Alfred O. Jones, Thomas J. Williams, Robert Edw. Jones, Nellie McClay, Teddy Blease, Arthur G. Thomas, and Johnny Jones; second class book prizes, Thomas H. Jones, Arthur McClay, William Edward Jones, Jack Walk- er, Laura J. Jones, Mabel P. Jones, Hughie Davies, Hugh Hughes, Arthur Blease, Mary E. Tibbot, Sarah E. Jones, Meurig Jones, Robert E. Lloyd, Jackie Jones, Eirlys Thomas. A certificate was presented to A. Jones, who passed the scholarship examina- tion in the merit class. A selection of school songs was sung by the children, and at the conclusion a hearty vote of thanks was given to Mrs. Wood. THE ROOKS FOR HOLYHEAD.—On Tuesday next, the Llandudno Junction first league team journey to Holyhead to play a League Match, and it is hoped to be able to send a strong representative eleven.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

GLAN CONWAY.

TREFRIW.

EGLWYSBACH.

LLANGERNYW.

PENMACHNO.

ICWM PENMACHNO

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PANDY TUDUR.

NEBO, LLANRWST.

HENRYD.

DEGANWY.

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