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LOCAL NEWS. HOTEL, TRANSFER:.—At Conway, Police Court on Monday, Mr R. S. Chamberlain applied for the temporary transfer of the licence of the Stanley Hotel, Mjostyn Street, from John Roberts to William W. Ashworth, Middleton, Manchester. There was no objection on the part of the police, and the applica- tion was acceded to. ST1. PAUL'S) PAROCHIAL TEA.— The parochial tea in connection with St. Paul's Church House will be held on Wednesday, November 4th, in the Church House. The tea will be followed by a dramatic performance, given by the members of the St. Paul's Dramatic Society. The proceeds will be devoted to the funds of the Church House. A HINT TO PROSPECTIVE PRIDES. —The Churches of St. Paul and All Saints have been licensed for marriages by the Lord Bishop of the Diocese. Hitherto marriages could only be solemnized at the Parish Church, but in future, marriage services can be conducted at St. Pauls or All Saints' as well as at Llanrhos, according to the desire, of those who wish to enter the matrimonial state. SALE: OF' COACHING HOUSES.— On Monday, Messrs Blackwall, Hayes and Co., auctioneers, of Llanrwst, con- ducted a sale of horses at the Coaching Companys premises, when upwards of 100 horses were put up for auction. In past years the company were in the habit of sending their stock to Birmingham for disposal) but last year, they decided to conduct a sale on the premises, and so successful was the experiment that they have decided to make it an annual sale. On Monday, over half the animals were disposed1 of, a, prices ranging from 9 guineas to 35 guineas. W,EIDDING.-The wedding took place on Wednesday last, at Llanrhos Church, the vicar, the Rev. J. F. Reece;. B.A., officiating, between Miss Minnie Wood, daughter of the late Mr W. W. Wood, for many years head gardener of Glodda,eth, to Mr Rjichard Yates, gardener, of Glod- daeth, who was for some six years fore- man gardener under Mr Wood. The family being in mourning; the wedding was ai quiet one. The bride was given away by Councillor Henry Wilson. Lady Augusta, M'ostyn, Miss Beamish, and the, house-party at Gloddaeth were present at the ceremony. The happy pair, who have been the recipients of some very handsome presents, left by an afternoon train for York, where the honeymoon will be spent. LLANDUDNO ART' CLASSES.From an advertisement in another column our readers will note that the art classes at the Mostyn Art Gallery were resumed on Fri- da,y night. The classes are now carried on under the Carnarvonshire County Council, and the fee charged is an ex- tremely low one, only 2s. 6d. for the six months, which amount will be returned in full to each student making 75 per cent of the attendance. We trust that the classes will receive the support of all classes of residents, for there is no doubt but that they are of the greatest, service to the community. A new feature this ses- sion will h81 the classes for Educational Handwork for school teachers in Brush- drawing, Cardboard modelling and Clay modelling^ to which the atention of teach- ers is especially drawn. The classes are registered for examination at the end of the course. The headmaster is again Mr G. Hanmer Hutchings, who will be assist- ed by a capable staff. WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE: "AT HOME." —On Thursday afternoon Mrs Walton Evans (wife of the Archdeacon of St. Asaph), who is the president of the Llan- dudno Branch Society of the National Union of Women's Suffrage, gave an "at home" at her house in Abbey Road. The members of the Society and" friends were present, and after afternoon tea a, short meeting took place, at which Mr James Marks presided, and an address was given by Miss E. Rathbone, secretary of the Liverpool Women's Suffra,ge Society. Miss Rathbone moved—"That this meet- ing urges Mr Alsquth, in view of the re- cent successful demonstrations, proving; the desire of women for the vote, to grant facilities for the passing1 of the, Women's Enfranchisement Bill during the present; session of Parliament." Dr. E. S. Gooddy seconded the motion, which was carried. A vote of thanks to Miss Rathbone was moved by Archdeacon Evans and carried by acclamation. RUMMAGE! SALE.—A Rummage Sale on behalf of the Penrhynside Mission will be held at Llanrhos on Saturday, October 17th, at 2 p.m. The, Vicar will be glad to receive intimation from those who de- sire to help the Mission. The object is a worthy one; and funds are greatly needed. TIHE LLANDUDNO AND DISTRICT FIELD CLUB.—On Wednesday next, being the annual holiday, the above club have arranged for an excursion to Pen- mon Priory., in Anglesea, (12 miles from Bangor). ) This Priory dates from the sixth century, and has excellent examples of Norman architecture. Mr Harold Hughes, A.R.I.B.A., of Bangor, will act as leader. Train leaves Llandudno 9 35 a.m., arriving Bangor 10 30. Excursion tickets, Is. 9d. Conveyances meet train. Fare, 2s. 3d. ALEXANDRA ROAD MISSION.— The Mission Church erected in this part of the parish, where it was much needed, is about being completed, and will be opened for Divine Service on Wednesday, October 27th. The Vicar of Llanrhos intends to mark the opening of the building with a harvest festival, at which he will I preach. The church has been entirely erected through the efforts of the Misses Champneys, who deserve the special thanks of all lovers of Church progress, and we feel sure that all the residents in this part of the, parish will greatly appre- ciate their thoughtful kindness. RESPONSE! STILL UNSATISFAC- TORY.—The response, to the appeal issued by the Rev. Francis Reece, B.A., Vicar of Llanrhos, for funds to complete the improvements at St. Paul's has not been so satisfactory as anticipated. Writ- ing in the October number of the "Parish Magazine" the Vicar says: "VVe have received few additional contributions since our last issue, but we should be glad to note a more rapid increase, as several from whom help is naturally expected have not yet come to our assist- ance. We earnestly desire, that by the next issue of our magazine the, total will have reached one thousand, and if all do their part, we shall not be disappointed. A considerable number of collecting cards have been distributed, and we sincerely hope that those who have this work in hand will spare no efforts to swell our total.

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