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LLANRWS RENT AUDIT.—Oil Thursday, the rent audit of the Bryndyffryn and Hendre estates took place, after which the tenants sat down to dinner at the Union Hotel, the catering in the hands of Mr and Mrs Roberts was everything that could be desired. The tables .were presided over by Mr. H. E. Blackwell in the absence of his brother, Mr John BLackwall, and the vice-president was Mr. R. n. Moulsdale. After dinner speeches < were delivered, and songs and duetts were rendered, the occasion being a very pleas- ant gathering of landlord and tenants, and the programme was kept up for several 'hours. BILLIARD HANDICAP.—The handicap at the Town Hall billiard room was brought to a close on Thursday evening, when the final was played between Messrs Jackson and D. Jones, Bryn Hyfryd, the latter receiving 40 in a game of 150. After an exciting game, Mr. Jackson ran out winner by one. The second prize was awarded to Mr. D. Jones, Mr Arthur Richards being third. Mr Jackson also took the prize for the biggest break during the handicap. RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.—The monthly meeting was held on Wednesday, the Rey. H. Rawson Williams, presiding. and there were also present, Messrs David Lewis, William Williams, J. O. D. Jones, Evan Roberts and John Owen; with the clerk, Mr Thomas Hughes, and the survey- or, Mr W. Roberts. On the motion of the Chairman, a Tate of sympathy with the family of the late Mr David Jones, Ty'nddol, was passed. The Clerk reported the receipt of a cheque from the Local Government Board for £50 58 8d, being a grant under the Agricultural Rating Act. A further communication from the same body was read, which stated that a retarn of infectious diseases must be made weekly. LICENSING COMMITTEE.—At the Petty Sessions, on Wednesday, Col. Sand. bach, Col. Johnstone and Mr. W. J. Wil- liams, were nominated to act on the Licen- sing Committee for the county. CHILDREN'S COURT. — On Wed- nesday, before Mr. L. W. Jelf-Petit, Col. Higson, Major Priddle, Messrs John Black- wall, and William Hughes, three boys named Owen Parry, William Trevor Jones, and John. Griffith Jones, were charged with paying a g of "hide and ijn Ancaster Square, to the annoyance of passengers and tradespeople. Inspector Wyse stated the three defendants and about twenty smaller hoys were playing in the Square, about 7 p.m. on the 14th inst. The Police had received numerous complaints from the Council and the Tradesmen's Association. He did not press the case, but brought them forward more as a warn- ing. The three were bound over in the sum of £1 to be of good beheaviour for 6 months, and to pay ibhe costs. Parry was further charged with playing focrtball in the same place, on the 21st inst. He was similarly 'bound over in this charge, and ordered to pay the costs. CHRISTMAS DAY. — At the Parish Church, on Sunday evening, a number of carols were well rendered by the choir, and at St. Mary's Church, the anthem, hold, I bring you good tidings" (Dr. Stain. er), was rendered at the morning and even. ing service. Both churches were tastefully decorated. WEDDING.—On Saturday morning, an interesting wedding was witnessed at the Peniel Baptist Chapel, the contracting parties were Mr John Owen Tones, son of Mrs. Jones Evans, Rhydwen House, to Miss Jennie G. Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Jones. Rhnvdafna. The ceremony was performed by Prof. Evans, Bangor. After the ceremony, the party adjourned to Grosvenor where the breakfast was served. The happy couple left later in the day for London, where the honeymoon will be spent. The presents were handsome and numerous, and included a silver tea service, presented bv the teachers and srholars t the Llanrwst Council School, and a silver sardine stand by the members of the Llan- rwst branch of the Youner Women's Christ- ian Association, of which the bride was co-secretary.

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