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Conway Baptist Eisteddfod.


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IConway Christmas Show.I

Detailed Lists, Results and Guides

I Conway Christmas Show. LIST OF AWTARDS. I The holding of this annual event two days before Christmas militated in a considerable degree against the attendance. The show is initiated by the Markets and Fairs Com- mittee of the Corporation, and prizes and awards were given for the best display of Christmas goods by the different trades- people. On Thursday evening the Mayor (Councillor Henry Jones) and Mr. J. Her- bert Jones, Chairman of the Markets and Fairs Committee, together with Mr. John Hughes, the Market Hall keeper, visited all the shops and adjudicated upon them. On Friday morning the results of the awards were made known as follows Clothing and outfitting: 1, J. E. Conway. Jones, Castle-street; 2, lorwerth Jones, High-street vhc, — Griffiths, Deganwv he, J. Harry Jones, Ye Olde College. Drapers: 1, J. P. Griffiths, Regent House 2, Mrs. Evans, London House; vhc, Mrs. James Smith, Deganwy; he, D. Wynne Ro- berts, C. astle-street; c, Misses Thomas, High-street. Grocers: I Jones, Post Office, Deganwy; 2, H. and J. Owen, Deganwy; vhc, Joseph ITooson, Castle-street; he, Solomon jones, High-street c, Miss Thomas, High-street. Greengrocers and poulterers: 1, Mrs. J. Jared Willliams, High-street; 2, WIlliaIn Rowlands, Bangor-road vhc, Mrs. Jones, Windsor House. Butchers: 1, Joseph T. Jones, Eagles Buildings; 2, Jones Bros., Deganwy and Conway; 3, David Owen, Bangor-road. Fancy goods and jeweller)": 1, Mrs. Jones, Greenwich House vhc, Lancaster, Degan- wy he, T. Parry, Bangor-road. Ironmongers, painters, and allied bust- ness: 1, Messrs. Jones and Son, Melbourne House 2, J. W. Owen, Deganwy. All other trades: r, D. G. WTalker, to- bacconist 2, Stead and Simpson, High- street. In the Market Hall, on Friday, there were competitions for the best market dressed poultry, fowls, &c. There were a good number of entries, and the adjudicating was satisfactorily carried out by Mr. Hinton, who was attended to by Mr. John Hughes, the Market Hall keeper. The awards were as follows: Couple of turkeys (open): 1, Pryce Hughes, Glasfryn, Glan Conway 2, Mrs. Pritchard, Glany- wern, Mochdre. Three geese (open to dealers I I, Mrs. Jones, Dryndedwydd, Mochdre. Three geese (open to farmers only): 1, Miss Foulkes, Hendre Farm, Llangvstenin ;1, Richard Davies, Farmyard vhc, Pryee Hughes, Glan Conway; "he, Evan Jofies, Bryn Glorian c, Miss A. J. Jones, Tanv- berallan, Conway. Four ducks (open to farmers: 1, David Pntchard, Mochdre 2, Miss Williams, Bryn locyn, Conway; vhc. Thomas Hughes, Gwernfehn "Ialybont he, F ielding, Eir- lauws. Four ducks (open to dealers) T, Mrs. Jones, Bryndedwydd 2, John Roberts, poulterer, Conway. Four fowls (open to farmers) t, MTS. Pritchard, Mochdre 2, Miss Williams, Bryn Tocyn; he, Fielding, Eirianws. Four fowls (open to dealers) 1, Mrs. Tones, Bryndedwydd 2, J. Roberts, Con- way vhc, Wm. Jones, Baron Hill, Pydew; he, Carson, Tywyn Deganwy. Two ducks (open to all comers): 1, Mrs. Jones. Bryndedwydd; 2, W. O. Abram, Haulfrvn, Conway; he, John Hughes, Gwemfelin, Talybont. There was a ready sale lor turkeys and geese, which made up to is. per pound, and od. per pound respectively. Butter sold for is. 3d. per pound, and eggs at 6 for is.

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