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LLANDUDNO FIELD CLUB.

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PERSONAL. Among the gentlemen called to the Bar on Monday was Mr J. E. Eldon Bankes, of Oxford, a son of Mr Eldon Bankes, K.C. Captain the Hon. C. G. Legge, u.ntil recently one of the ohief inspectors of constabulary, for England and Wales, died on Friday. Captain Legge was a brother of the Bishop of Lichfield Mr Lloyd George, President of the Board of Trade, who is to address a Liberal demonstra- tion to-morrow in Glasgow, is the guest of the Master of Elibank, M.P., and the Hon. Mrs Murray, at Juniper Bank, Walkerburn, The Earl of Cawdor has arranged to address a Conservative meeting at Bangor on December 12th. Lord Kenyon is expected to be present, and to attend also a Conservative meeting at Llandudno on November 29th, when Mr Bridge- t man, M.P., will be among the speakers. A marriage has been arranged between Mr F. Hamilton Hepburn, of Vancouver, Britisn Columbia, youngest son of the late Mr George Wright Hepburn-Hepburn, A.M.I.C.E., consult- ing engineer to the late Emperor of Brazil, and Miss M. K. Meredith, eldest daughter of the Rev. John Blunt Meredith, Killnerley Vicarage, Oswestry, Shropshire. Sir William Hughes-Hunter, Miss A. L. Hughes-Hunter, Miss K. Wood Edwards, and party have gone for a three months' trip to East Africa. Lady Hughes-Hunter and tho other members of the family have taken 18, St. Georges' Square, London, for the winter, and will not return to Plas Coch, Anglesey, until the spring. At tho last meeting of the Committee of the London Welsh Club several new members were elected, a.mong them being: Lord Kenyon, the Bishop of St. David's, Messrs Alfred Armor, D.P.H., M D. (Barmouth), W. Thclwall Thomas, F.R.C.S (Liverpool), W T. Clay, D.P.H. (Bcly- head), O. M. Edwards, M.A (Board of fv.ica- tion;, and R. J. Edwards, J.P. (Holyhead). Mr John Tliomas (Pencerdd Gwalia) will be the guest of the club at a dinner given in his honour on the 28th inst. Lord and Lady Harlech have been entertain- ing a large party at Brogyntyn, including Mr Henry White, the American Ambassador at Paris, and Mrs and Miss White, the Earl and Countess of Dalhousie, Lord and Lady Henry Bentick, Lord and Lady Berkeley Paget, Lord Cecil Manners, Colonel the Hon. W. Lambton, and Miss Armyno Gordon. On Monday a party of eight guns shot over the home covers, account- ing for 505 head of game, a.nd yesterday the Drenewydd covers were shot over, when over 600 head were accounted for. Yesterday Lord and Lady Harlech, with the Hon. W. Ormsby-Gore, go to Glyn, Talsarnau, where their party will include Lord DaLiousie, Lord Cecil Manners, and Mr W. C. Bridgeman, M.P. The majority of the party made the journey by motor-car.

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