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Branch Library Question
Branch Library Question The Library Management Committee met specially for the purpose of considering the question of branch, libraries, and, with a view to ascertaining what sum they could irecomi- mend the Co-unoil to allocate for the purpose during the ensuing winter, discussed an analysis of the expenditure on Library account during the year ended the 31st March, 1909, submitted by the Accountant, also an esti- mate based on such expenditure of the ex- penditure likely to. be incurred (lurinz the year ended the 31st M-arctti next. Aft ear a. revistion of certain ritems in ihe estimate, it appeared that the provable, expenditure would £279. ThlQ iQ. u,it.l"!lf1,¡n+ +h'nrr J- -o.J T«4 v-M-u'u o vU..n..J.J.5 uuui \iLll..Lo;,J!UeLèLVJ.UU er- tain items of expenditure that should be charged to capital account such as sums paid and to, be paid to the Old Library Committee for books, legal ,charges an the Assignment of the Lease, payments in respect of rights of light and boundary wall, cost of furniture, and cootingeincies. These items the Committee consider should be spread over a term of, say 5 years, and a sum of £ 50 per annum charged to revenue account in respect thereof AclJdd to the above mentioned sum of £27J, the total is £329, leading a margiin of £81. on the amount that may be levied in a year for Library purposes. It was resolved that for the coming winter the Council be recommended to establish two branch libraries, one at Dyffryn Road School and another at Craigvdon, and to allocate for such purposes a sum of £20 in respect of each branch. That with regard to a branch ctn the Great Orme's Heald, the Conmittee are, on further consideration of the matter, still of opinion that owing to the proximity of the present tem- porary library 'there is at present no necessity for a, branch library in that district. That the following small Committees be appointed to manage the above suggested branch libraries with power to co-opt any persons they think proper to assist them, provided thev shall not incur any expense over and above the sum of V20 in respect of each branch before-men- tioned ,namely Dyffryn Rc.ad, Messrs W. 0. Williams, J. O. Thomas. and R. Roberts. Clnaigydion: Messrs Councillor E. E, Beine, T. W. Griffith. W Wilarm With regard to the terms on which, the Dyffryn Road School has been offered, the Clerk was requested to communicate with Mr J. Vaughan Humphreys, pointing out the limited sum at the Committee's disposal for this branch and enquire whether the Com- mittee will reduce the rent to. say 5s. per week. With regard to the Craigydon branch, Mr Ciounoi I l or E. E. Blone undertook to see Messrs. Kelly Brothers, with a view to a re- duction of the rent asked hy them for the use of their shop. When the above recommendations came be- fore the Council on Wednesday Mr Pierce Jones asked for further information as to how the Council- stood in regard to ,capital ex- penditure and revenue: and a slhdrt discus- sion ensued, Mr Chantrey eventually propos- ing that the reco-mmendatlions be referred back. Ma- David Dalies seconded. On being voted upon, however, the amendment was defeated, and t/he reeommenidations aglreed to.
CLIMATIC RECORD.—The total number of hours of bright sunshine recorded at Llan- dudno far week ending August 15th was 63 hours 42 minutes. The rainfall during the same period was 0.030 inches. HOLIDAYS ABROAD.—The Great Eastern Railway Company have issued a new illus- trated booklet entitled "Holidays Abroad" to a series of tours in less known districts of Hol- land, North Germany, the side valleys of the Rhine, the Belgium Ardennes, and the Tyrol. It can be obtained free from the Continental Manager, G. E. R., Liverpool Street Station, London, E.G.
IN THE HOT WEATHER there is nothing so cooling, refreshing and invigorating, as a cup of "Horniman's Pure Tea." It is good in the moaning as an invi.gorator, in the after- noon a,s a refresher, and in the evening as a soother. In fact Horniman's Pure Tea is good* at ail times and "Always Good Alike." Sold in Llandudno by:—T. and R. D. Jones, Grocers, Oxford Road; H. and J. Owen, The Steam Bakery; Parry and Son, Corner of Pleasant and Victoria Streets; Roberts, 37, Mostyn Street W. G. Williams, Chemist, Upper Mostyn Street. Lla;ndudno Junction by:—T. Jones, Grocer, POlst Office.
- I íLLANDUDNO URBAN COUNCIL.
LLANDUDNO URBAN COUNCIL. THE RATING OF CAMPING GROUNDS. The monthly meeting of Llandudno Coun- cil was held on Wednesday afternoon, Mr J as McM-asteir presiding'. The following mem- bers were present:Alessrs E. E. Bone S. Chantrey, D. Davies, H. Edwards, P. Jones, T. W. Griffith, R. Roberts, F. J. Sarson, J. 0. Thomas, W. Thomas, H. Wilson, W. 0. Wil- liams and W. Beaumont, together with Messrs A. Oonolly (clerk), E. P. Stephenson (surveyor., 117alter Wood (accountant), H. Morton (electrical engineer), W. Shadbolt (gas manager), and W. D. Longshaw (assistant clerk). r BRYNIAU QUARRY. The Council, on theadvic of a Works Com- mittee' decided, not to make, any charge in the present arrangements for the working of Brj/iiiaii Quai-Ty, and that it be worked as far as possible by the present contractor. The Surveyor was requested to make en- quiries with a view to the purchase of a small hand crusher for making gravel. THE ROAD FOREMAN'S SUIT. A letter was read from the road foreman asking the Council to make him an allowance of 25s. towards a new working outfit, his clothes having been spoiled by tar whilst using ttlre new tar-spreading machine. It was decided to purchase oilskin over-alls for use by the foreman .or any other workmen attending to the spraying machine, but the not see their way to grant the allawanoe asked Council could; not see their way to grant the allowance asked for. THE^ GEORGE STREET ALLOTMENTS. Larson esked for information as to Mr VVilliam Davies' tenancy of the allotments in George Street for which the Works Committee re conic ended the Council to offer him P,50 without prejudice. The Clerk replied that the tenancy was a yearly one, and that the offer was for the shell of the „ building thereon. Mr Sarson asked if the buildling was of wood, corrugated iron or stone. The Clerk said it was either bricks or stone. it. Mr parson: Then he has no right to remove The Clerk: I have received a further letter from Mr Davies. Mr Sarson then proposed thait the recom- mendation be. referred back. Mr Hugh Edwards seeendted, and the motion was agreed to. THE WOODWORK OF NEW SHELTERS. Mr Hugh Edwards drew attention to a letter from Mr Evan Hughes er-pressing the, opinion that it could have been done in town. and hoped some notice would be taken of it. Mr T. W. Griffith asked the nature of Mr Hughes' complaint, and the letter was read. The Chairman pointed out that the bulk of the shelters was made of glass and iron, aind Councillors were quite dn error if they tliouglit they eoiald be done better or .cheaper at home. In Glasgow, wlhere the shelters were made, the woodwork was all done by machinery and could not be turned out at Llandudno by hatnd at anything like the. orice At the same time be .assured the Cfo,uncil that the letter would not be lost sight of. PROSPECT TERrACE. The Works Committee presented a report of their negotiations with lVT-r R tt b,.™,™ + the alterations effected by him at Prospect Terarce, and suggested certain modifications wikh a view to meeting Mr Baown. which the Council agreed to. PL.48 DULYN PAINTING. On the suggestion of Mr Wml Thomas, the Gas and Water Committee was given power to open the tenders received for painting and paperiingat Plas Dulyn, and allot the ooiltract. ELECTRIC LIGHT WORKS CONTRACTS. It was decided thait in future no work ovetr the value of zP,5 be gi'ven out except by con- tract, and after the matter had been dealt with by the Eiectiiicity Committee. AN APPLICATION REFUSED. The Health Committee reported that the ap- plication of -he Superintendent of the Abbatoil's for an increase in his wages had been considered by a sub-committee, and recommended that in consideration of his long hours of work that. his wages be increased by 5s. per week. Mr W. 0. Williams.: What are his wages at present. The Chairman: Thirty-five shillings a week. Mr Williams: I cuiisidex that quite suffi- cient on a losing concern, and I move that the wages be the same as before. Mr Robert Roberts: If there is no overtime attached to the post I will second that. Mr Sarson: The Superintendent has to de vot3 hliS whole time do the work, and also to be in attendance on ,Sllnr1.vs. Y.pt hi" wcrc", -v .L.L. ""u.ov.:J are no more than those of a skilled slaughter- man, who he is supposed to belabove- He has to be in aittendance very oftear from four in the manning until eleven at night. As a member of the sub-committee which consider- ed the application I rtrongly support the in- crease if only because of his Sunday duty. The motion of Mr W. O. Williams was then put ana carried by seven votes to six. T'ENDER ACCEPTED. The tender of Messrs T. Esmor Hcoson, Ltd., for chemist's goods required during the next twelve months was accepted. CONWAY SHOREI SEATING ACCOM- MODATION. Mr Hugh Edwards asked that some of the iron seats on the promenade set at liberty by the construction of continuous wooden seats be placed on OonNay Shore, where the seating- accommodation was very scanty. Mr Bone seconded, but Mr Robert Roberts proposed an amendment, leaving the matter to the Works Ciomanittee, which was carried. A PRESENT TO THE LIBRARY. The Council accepted with thanks the offer of Mr F. lVI a.c"ldi son. M.P., on behalf of Mr Andrew Carnegie, a copy of the life. of Sir Wil- liam Randall Crenier. THE: RATING OF CAMPING GROUNDS. Mr Pierce Jones asked' if land on which holi- day camps wetre pitched ceased to be agricul- tural land when so occupied. The Clerk replied that was entirely a ques- tion of fact. If land' was so let all the year rotund or any part of a year it might be deem- ed something different to agricultural land. Mr Jones: Does it cease to be agricultural land for rating purposes The Chairmai: The question should be ad- dressed to the overseers, v ho are responsible for the assessments. Mr J. O. Thomas (Ûnei of the overseers) said the matter had been considered by the over- seers with a view to ascertaining if land so' occupied could be assessed differently. The matter then dropped. THE COUNTY COUNCIL AND WASTE LAND. A letter was read from the Clerk to the Car- narvonsire County Council in reference to the enquiry that body was making into [,he ques- tion of waste and common land, and as_king
— _.&J' W.O U MLOt) avu THE GOLDSMITHS' AND SILVERSMITHS' STORES, 33 & 93, Mostyn Street, Llandudno. Have now on view the finest collection of High class Watches in Great Britain, including- a pocket Chronometer which having- taken the highest number of marks pver obtained at Kew Observatory is entitled to the claim of being the 4k finest watch in the world and the best ever made." The-collection also comprises some fine examples of REPEATING CLOCK WATCHES WITH WESTMINSTER CHIMES, perpetual calendar, split seconds, chronographs, and other complicated movements. Also some specially tine Ladies' Watches set with Diamonds and other Gems, and Mounted as Brooches, Pendants, Rings, Bracelets, &c. < e Prices £ &a,n.griia.g^ jFrojraa. £5 to 500 guineas. A VISIT OF INSPECTION IS CORDIALLY INVITED.
the Council to hold a special meeting to con- ) sider the question. Mr Robt. Roberts proposed that the matter be referred to a special committee. Air W. 0. Williams seconded, and the fol- lowing committee was appointed:—Messrs. Robt. Roberts, W. Thomas, E. E'. Bone, W 0. Williams, P. Jones and S. Ctantrey. Mr F. J. Sarson moved and Mr Chantrey seconded the following resolution, fcf whigh Mr Sarson had given notice of motion:—That the sub-committee recently appointed by the Finance Committee in respect to the payment of salaries or wages to officials or workman in the employment of the Council during illness, be and are hereby re-appointed for the purpose of considering the questions of overtime and holidays in their relation to the Council's officials and workmen, and to report thereon to the Council." The motion was unanimously agreed to.
AT THE THEATRES.
AT THE THEATRES. THE GRAND. "OUR MISS GIBBS." There have been some excellent productions at the Grand Theatre this year, but none has proved more attractive than the musical comedy, "Our Moss Giblbs, which was staged the first three night of this week. When the curtain was raised each evening the theatre was filled in all parts, and in some instances money had to be turned, away for those seek- ing admission to the cheaper parts of the "house." "Our Miss Gibbs" is a bright play, sparkling with humiour and light catchy music, and interpreted by such an excellent company as that sent by Mr George Dance kept the audiences in the best of humour throughout, although it was considerably after eleven before the curtain dropped on the last act. In his address to the shareholders of the London Gaiety Theatre on Monday Mr Geo. Edwards gave the pleasing iinformation that "Our Miss Gibbs" had earnedl the share- holders a dividend of tnventy per cent, and was equally as successful as the "Merry Widow," and this one can readily understand after see- ing the play.- Every member of the company performs their pairt most creditably, but Miss Thelma Raye gave a charming representation in the title role, and Mr Tom. Shelford as the Hon. iHtughie :Riierrepou»t and Mjr Jiohnnie Osborne as Timothy Gibbs deserved unstinted applause for tiheir merry songs and witticisms. A "COMMANDED" PLAY. Mr George Alexander's Company is appear- ing the last three nights of this week at the Grand Theatre in "The Builder of Bridges," by Alfred Sutro, author of "The Walls of Jericho," etc. This play, which has been de- scribed as the best Mr Sutro's excellent works, enjoyed a long run at the St. James' Theatre^ London, and received the. distir ction of a com- mand performance at Sandringham, where it was represented before Their Majesties King Edwatrd and Queen Alexandra oin the occasion of Her Majesty's birthday. The Company is highly efficient, and was chosen and re- hearsed by Mr Geo'rge Alexander himself. Mr ,Stephen T. Ewart and Miss May Ciongdotn as "Edward Thursfield" and "Dorothy Faringay" respectively give strong representations of the characters pourtrayed, and are largely respon- sible for the success of the play. "The Builder of Bridges" is a play of striong dramatic in- terest. thoroughly well acted, and surmrhlv mounted, and should draw large audiences to- night (Friday) and to-morrow (Saturday), the remaining nights of the visit to Llandudno, WHAT IS PLAYGOING? There are playgoers of two distinct and separate -classes. There are those who desire to see serious plays which deal with social and other questions. And there are those who "affect" musical comedy. Now, during the last year a new audience has come into being ,and that audience has taken up classical dancingals its vogue and school. There is a wide difference between the plays of Mr George Bernard Shaw and the somewhat irre- sponsible numbers of Mr Seymour Hicks, there is a st,ill wider difference between the Ballet Girl and the classical dances .of Miss Maud Allan, who is to appear at the Grand Theatre on Monday and Tuesday next. What is the difference between dancing as we know it and' that of Miss Maud Allan? One is .a, dance of instruction, the other of in- spiration as impelled by nature1 and music. And Nature and music are mated. Miss Allan's graceful movements, the gentle adulation of her arms are not suggested by any set melody -they change with the moodjs—she dances as the music moves her at that one moment. There is a Caprice sounded by the composer— she answers that idea—next it is soLemn-she is subdued. It is a real, 'not a figurative ex- pression of music that. we are, to see and to say it will mean a further lesson in music— even to those who are expert in the art-is a mere play upon words. That the dictum of the King and Queen, Princes and' Nobility, the Prime Minister and many members of the Cabinet seems to us what is assuredly certain —Miss Maud Allan will be .a success. THE PRINCE'S. SHERLOCK HOLMES. T'his thrilling play was presented at the Prince's Theatre on Monday evening, and not- withstanding strong counter attractions drew a good house. The play has had a very success- ful run at the Duke of York's Theatre. The namei part is taken by Mr H. Hamilton Stewart, who is well-known to Llandudno playgoers. The piece was well received, and loud .applause greeted the efforts of the com- pany when opportunity afforded. Mr Stewart is supported by a strong company, which in- cludes Messrs James Skea, Arthur Sk.eilton, A. O. Holmes* Be6on )B,(IriiVd, Russell Davis, Eric Forden, Frederic Atkin, Mrs Edith Vogue, Miss Grace Pearl, Miss Maisie Richard- son, Miss Doroftby Wilmer and Master Thomas Russell. It is not generally known that Mr Stephen T. Ewart, who lis this week playing the leading role in "The Builder of Bridges," is a brother of Mr Hamilton Stewart, iand it is a very unusual occurrence fbr them to play in thei same, town on the same day. "Sherlock Holmes" will be played to-night (FaiicSay) and to-morrow (Saturday) and lovers of thrilling drama should make a point of visiting the theatre. # LOUIE FREEAR'S VISIT AT THE PRINCE'S THEATRE, Next week the! special engagement is an- nounced of Miss Louie Freear, probably the most popular comedienne of her particular type in the, coluntry. Miss, Freear created a great reputation in the "Chinese Honey- moon" and other plays, and will undoubtedly prove a great attraction. Others who will take part in the programme are, Herrman and Evelyn up-to-date wire walkers; G. Ibbotaotu, America's Black Dame; Dai!sy Emery, a well- known vocalist; J. Moore, Monologue Artists; '0' H. Southwell and Company 'in "The Servant's Aspirations"; Cossay, the table performer; H. Cardell, musical speciality, and the .Society En- tertainers, Ho-wara and Wallace in "Taming a Wife."
I RINKING NOTES. In giving the list of winners in connection with the Advertisement Carnival one or two inaccuracies crept in. Miss Gascoine, not Gaskell, was the lady who represented "Ben- dorp's Cocoa," and Miss Claire Muir as "Fashions For All" won the British Hand Camera. We understand that another interest- ing competition will be held in September, meanwhile there is no lack of interest amongst the rinkers. New chums may ibe found daily going through it. Some there are who, though never on wheels previously, seem to grasp the idea straightaway, whilst others, who have pos- sibly been half-a-dozen times, have yet to learn the art of balancing. Amongst the visit- ing skaters there may be seen daily some clever skaters who carry through some most difficult feats in quite a professional manner, proving they must have spent many hours of hard practice to make them so proficient. In the ordinary two-step and waltz Llan- dudnoites can hold their own, although not a few Liverpudlians, wthoi visit Llandudno rink, run them very close. Quite a little colony oof skaters from Dublin have made Llandudno thetr headquarters this season for their annual holidays, the attracttoon in the first place being the Hippodrome rink. For the majority, it is their first visit to Wales, and they are simply charmed with Llandudno, and are wondering why they never heard of it previously. Prior to closing the Olympia Rink, London, piUib- licity was given to the fact that at Llandudno aspelCially cooled rink would be open all the season, and many London skaters have remem- bered the fact and already paid the Hippo- drome a visit, and there axe more to follow. < The breakdown of the electric light on Thurs- day night caused considerable inconvenience to skaters. The orchestra was eventually sup- plied with candle-light, but during the wait Mr Newall, the conductor, struck up "I'm afraid to go home in the dark." Fortunately, neither the rinking surface or the entrance hall were entirely helpless, as the gas fixtures not having he-en removed, a piece of luc-k Mr George Callis immediately took advantage of. The result was ,somewhat weird, and loud eheers greeted the re-appearance of the electric light at. half time. An additional attraction to linkers and on- lcokers. is the excellent catering which Mrs Hewitson has made a special study, the result being that patrons, once having lunched at this cafe pav manv return visits, and are loud in their praises of the good things provided.
THE GLOBE BAZAAR.
THE GLOBE BAZAAR. On Tuesday, next, August 24th, will be opened at the Town Hall, Llandudno, one of the most inte-rasting bazaars ever he'd in this locality. The Globe Bazaar, to. give its name, has been organised, in aid of the build- ing of new vestries and icxrgan chamber at St. Paul's Church. The cost of these with a few other improvements amounts to 2,2200, and of this sum about one thousand pounds has been already raised by subscriptions, etc., and it is hoped to. secure, the remaining C1200 by means of the bazaar, which will extend over four days. 'The ladies who will perform the opening ceremonies are the Countess of Dun- donald on the fimst day; Lady Llangattoek on the spnnnd: irl.nv- rJiQ-ir T tt a* 'J' "L' '-L'U,I.r, .L.I1Ct4!U..Y "J'IIC1liJJ.J., fourth clay, Mr.3 Brodriiek, and the charmen will be Lord Mostyn, the Bishop of St. Asaph, Mr John Wainwnight and Col. the Hon. Henry Lloyd Mostyn, in the order named. The stalls will represent various countries, including France, Bohemia., Japan, Greece, Spain, Hol- land, Armenia, America, Switzerland, S'cotland, England, Norway, Jersey, Cuba, Wales and Ire- land, and the' scheme of decoration will result in a most effective display. The programme is of a most attractive character throughout, as will be recognised when we state that the famous band of the Royal Begiment of Artillery will give selections each afternoon and evening, and that grand cotocents and entertainments will be given by Mr E. Thornley-Dodge, the following me-nibers of the Pier Orchestra, Messrs F. Seigl, Walter Haigh, W. J. Claxton, A. Halstead, G. Atkinson, and H. Jarvis; Mr W. J. Churchill, The Scarlet Merrions, Mr Arthur Sutcliffe. of the Pierhead Pierrots, Mr Revill Hall's Entertainers, and the Amateur Juvenile Pierrots, in addition to a variety of side shows which will appeal to every section, s'de shows 'which will appeal to, both young and old.
LOCAL INVENTIONS. The following .information is specially com- plied for the "Llandudno Advertiser" by Messrs Hughes and Young, Patent Agents, 55, Chancery Lane, London, W.C., who' will give advice and ".assistance free to our readers on all matters relating to Patents, Designs and Trade Marks." PATENTS GRANTED. 7657. Boxes. IHI. Hydes, Gatherna, Palace Avenue,, Rhyl, Denbighshire. Boxes of card- board and like material are provided with clips Which may be moved so as to fasten the lids and keep them dn position. A box having a removable ;lid and a. pair of staple-shaped olips secured to the base in loops or slots, so that the shorter upper arms can engage the lid and retain it in position. This clip also can be arranged so thialt the short arm etigages with the bottom; of the box. A form of clip suitable for a 'box having a lid hinged at one side, the clip being secured to the front .of the box by staples and the arm engaging the front of the lid. A pair of such clips may be used for a box with .a. removable lid. Clips of the staple shape, arranged to pivot, are also described with reference to the fastenings of boxes of the above type and also to drawernand shell boxes. A hook-shaped clip having a projection :adapt- ed tolen,galge a recess in the lid of a. box. Further modified forms of clip are described. I —————— ————
I NORTH WALES TO IRELAND NEW…
I NORTH WALES TO IRELAND NEW DAY TRIPS. The determination of the London and North- ) Western Railway Company to make the most of their route to Dublin for holiday traffic is shown by the arrangements they have made for two day trips to Kinkstown. Dublin, and Bray this month from the principal North Walels Cloast stations. For some years cheap week end tickets to Ireland have been issued in the summer .season from the North Wales coiast, but these were only available by night bo,ats. A couple of years ago a Lland/udno association .of t raid amen arranged with the Company for a day trip to Dublin, and the success of this trip showed that the He-ij head to Dublin boats might be advantageously used as ajn excursion route. Earlier in the present year two .or three day excursion bookings were tried, evidently with promising 'results, for the Rail- way Company have now planned the two .day- light trips to Ireland already referred, to. The first was ruin on Monday last, and the next on Friday, August 27th. 'The train each day will leave Rhyl at 7 a.m., .calling ait the principal stations to Holyhead, and the special steamer will leave Holyhead at 9 30 and be due at Kingstown at 9 p.m. Irish time, reaching Holy- head at 12 30 midnight English time, and shortly after its 'arrival at that port the return train to the various North Wales stations will start.
Llandudno Lifeboat Collection.
Llandudno Lifeboat Collection. T'he Local Committtee of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution desire to express their sincere thanks to the proprietors and managers ot the Hotels and Boarding Establishments in the town through whose courtesy and kind help the following sums have been collected. Also to the generous response made by the public m contributing such a satisfactory amour,it,, J J. RAYMOND, Hon Sec. Abbeydala q 14 9* Alexandra 0 6 10 Arley House, next week. Ashby Manor ditto Baldwin House 016 6 ] Bodnant d, 0 11 2 Baigydon 1 3 0 Balmoral 0 12 0 Brynymor 1 7 7 Chatswortli House 0 10 3 Carlton 06 4 Caradoc House 0 10 fi Cloyelly i i q Craig Cadarn 0 18 0 Crickleigh 0 12 6 Craigside,Hydro 7 16 9 Olraigydon Boardng House 412 3 Evans' Hotel 2 7 0 Elainore 0 16 0 Empire Hotel 12 3 Fisher's next week. Ferndale 1 3 7 Gouldings, next week. Gogarth Abbey 211 0 Grand Hotel next week Grove, House 0 8 6 Heath House. 1 0 0 Holly Bank 15 0 Hydropathic .37 9 Imperial 6 10 0 Jesmond 12 0 Lockyer's 1 5 0 Lyndhurst next week Lyrfo 0 6 6 Liindens 02 6 Marine 2 0 0 Marshlands .140 Moon's l 18 0 North-Western 0 8 7 Nome's next week. Nuneham 0 9 6 One Agli 013 9 Ormescliff 2 2 0' Overstrand next week. Prince of Wales 014 8 Poplars 0 7 9 Queen's 2 4 0 Rose Lea 0 6 0 Royal 1 0 0 Raven 0 16 2 Rothbury House c 5 0 Richardson's. 05 1 Seaforth 0 10 0 St. George's 6 0 6 St. Kilda l iy Sherwood Hoarse 0 16 6 .studley HOUise next week Trevone 0 13 6 The Bryn 20 0' Tanymor 0 6 0 Wave Crest 2 5 0 White House 1 1 0 Washington 0 3 2 West End 0 17 6 Y.M.O.A. Great Orme's Camp 0 7 10 The following_ sums were collected by mem- bers of the Ladies Oommiilttee: — Districts. No. 1. Miss Roberts, Huyton, assist- ed by Miss Roberts, Roby House, Miss. William:s, London -Hotel, and Miss Jones, Huyton 2 17 8 No. 2. Miss Barker and Miss Rock 7 11 9 No. 3. Mrs Llewelyn Hughes 6 15 8 No. 4. Miss Teesdale 33 1. No. 5. Mrs Beirrall 7 H 10 No. 6. Misses Kerr and Andrews 6 3 0 No. 7 and 12. Miss Goddtard 7 4 10 No. 8. Mrs Fori-ester 8 10 11 No. 9. The Misses Jackson 13 13 I No'. 10. Miss Gardiner 6 9 5 No. 11. Miss Ruth Owen and Miss D. Pye 5 12 3 No. 13. Miss Cicely Bone 1 8 0 No. 13. Master Victor Bone, 12s., Master A. Ashcnoft, 3s. 0 15 0 No. 14. Miris J. Roberts 4 6 1 No. 15. Mrs Conolly 5 12 4 No. 16. Miss Editb. Owen 1 13 5 The following sums were included in the above: Mrs Reeves Hughes and Staff, Clocoa House 0 7 6 Mrs Williams, Cambridge Re- staurant and Staff 0 7 4 Mr Kitts and Staff 04 1 Mr Hoosom and Staff 0 5 6' Mrs Wagstaff land Staff (The Glouoester). 0 6 3" The Staff at Mr Sumners 04 5" Master Erie Richards', Transcend House 0 14 6 Astoria,, Llewelyn Street 0 6 0 Car is brook 0 11 0 IOhildren at Bod Adclysg 0 0 9' Collected in boxes at the launch of ,the boat, Miss N. Roberts, Miss E. Merry, Miss N. Moore, Miss E. Roberts, Miss Fdtzsimmons wn,d, Mr Geo. Edwards 7 12 11 To all who helped the hearty thanks of the' Committee are tendered. 8ft welsh"" M.P.'s. ClOLLAPSE. y Many members of the House of Commons have found the August sittings rather trying with the high temperature, dill spite o,f all the- scientific ventilation possible. On Monday one of the younger Welsh members was dis- covered in a oollapsed oondition owing to the heat, and m,edical assistance was sent; for. In the meantime, however, the hon. member partialy reooverecli, and was taken home by his' friends. No, serious effects aire anticipated in his oase.
SUFFRAGISTS ON ENOWDON.
SUFFRAGISTS ON ENOWDON. A number of women suffragists ascended SnUwdon last week, and mounting the cairn on' the summit advocated their claims to their fellow-climbers, who. numbered about thirty. At the dose the speakers were igreete,d with rounds of cheers
First Clerk: "Eh! Had three weeks' holiday last summer?" Second. Clerk: "Yes. Silk, Ribbon and Co. always give all unmarried clerks that much. It draws trade." "I don't see how." "Simple enough. All the girls1 we get to know keep coming in during the winter to snub us."
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LIST OF VISITORS.r
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Mrs Hugflies and family, Hope Mr Millington and family, do Mrs Marsden, do> Mr and Mrs Kendall. Ellesmere Mr H. J. Kendall, do Miss Kendall, do ASHBY MANOR—Mrs Hughes. Mr and Miss Fay, Dublin Mrs Pinock, East Dulwic-h Miss Weedon. do Mrs Layny, Cheltenham Masses Layny, do Mr and Mrs LaffalcU London Master and Miss La.ffald, do Miss SapeiJ-, Tamworth Miss G. Sapey, do Mr and Mrs George Hesketh, Manchester Mr Oswald. London Hiss Lockyer. Leytonstone, London Miss Warden, Coventry Mr and Mrs. John Thornton, Hanley Mr T. O. Walters, Bryncliffe:, Morristn o Father Kelly, Sedgley, Staffs. Mrs Platt. Bolton Miss Crock, do -Air and Mrs F. Britton, Abergavenney Master Britton, baJby and maid, do Miss Harris, Merthyr Tydfil Mr F. Aspinall. Erdington Misses B'rawn, Boltoai" Miss Andrews, "Sirfalybridge Mr Kelly, Ireland Miss Stones, Lonigsight