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COLWYN BAY.

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OLD COLWYN.

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OLD COLWYN. A HYPOCRITICAL TRAMP.-The pro- fessional tramp invented a new method of ^pealing to the best sympathies of the lurrian heart one evening last week, when he entered one of the places of worship where a religious meeting was in progress. He walked right away to the Sanctum Sanctorum, and sat by the reading desk, in front of the congrega- tion, to the consternation of the women and the amusement of the childien. After pulling UP his stockings he assumed a most sancti- monius attitude. Presently lic began to signify with his hand that he was hungry, and at the close of the service he asked the people to sing a certain hymn, and in doing so he related to them his predicament, and ultimately he offered his cap for sale to have money to buy food. And with the few pence he captured he walked away light |heartedly to one of the public houses to reveJ over his exploits* A PLEASANT EVENING.—On Friday evening, the teachers of the Ebenezer Band of Hope entertained about fifty children at the schoolroom, where tea was served, followed with songs, recitations and games. The ven- erable and much expected Father Christmas entered in his red cloak and long white beard, heavily laden with presents of various kinds. His appearance created great excitement among the elder children, and much fear among the little ones. However, he soon re- conciled and consoled his loved ones, when he commenced his distribution of presents by the aid of Mr. D. O. Williams. When his sacks and baskets were exhausted, there was a large and fruitful Christmas tree to be stripped of toys of all kinds, and a most enjoyable evening was brought to a close with a distri- biition of *f»p]«s and .o.nW8H.

CONWAY.

LLYSFAEN.

GYFFIN.

ILLANDUDNO.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

CARNARVON. j

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IHENMAENMAWR.

TALYBONT.

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GLAN CONWAY.

LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

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LLANDDOGET.