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OLD COLWYN. M&'S CLUB.The members of the Men's Clulb were oa Monday evening entertained to a supper in -the clubrooms. Several friends interested in the movement were present in- cluding the Rev. «J. Griffiths, the Rev. U. A. Rich.ros,. the. Rev H. E. Mooatta, Mr Howe, Mr &nd M^>And«rson, etc. After supper a musical programing was presented and greatly appreciated. Xiio 'men were delighted with the manner in whicn itbe Rev. H. E. Mocatta en- tertained them. Tobaooo, cigars, and cigarettes were also provided. The catering was admir- ably carried out by the Misses Jones, Arvon House, and tie proceedings generally were of a thoroughly satisfactory character. BROl'UBRHOOD.—Mr Tucker addressed a meeting of the Brotherhood, on Sunday, tak- ing as his subject "Man." Mr Higginbottom (the president) oacupied the chair, and there was a large attendance. PENNY QONCJEfRTS. Saturday's penny concerts, held-under the auspices of the Brother- hood, was a, most: successful one. The proceed- ings took the.form.of a dialogue, entitled "Blaok Justioe." The characters were sustained by the following: Maater Donald Clegg, Messrs Wm. Roberts, W. P. Roberts, John Hughes, Wm. Christian, and W. Mellichy, all niombers of the Brotherhood. Mr Bond, of Colwyn Bay, pre- sided. PRIZE DISTRIBUTION AND RE-UNION. On Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons, last week, the Vicar (Rev. John Griffiths, M.A.), supported by the. Rector of Llyufaen (Rev. David Lewis, M.A.) addressed and distributed prizes amongst the pupils of Rooftree School. Afterwards tne appended piogramme, sustained by the eoholars, aroused tue utmost enthusiasm among the audience. The entertainment served to show the amount of painstaking trouble exer- cised in their several spheres by Mrs and Miss Williams Rees; the principals, Mr Llew. Jones, F.R.C.O., the music master, and Miss K. Al- butt, the assistant, taachcr :-Christmas carol, the ohildre-n; pianoforte solo, "Marjorie;" recita- tion, "Grandmother's Sermon," "Norah;" song, "Buy a Broom;" recitation, "Jimmy—The Nurse," "Bertie;" pianoforte solo, "Muriel;" recuatian, "Charge of the Light Brigade," "Geoffrey;" Kindergarten recitation, "Our Hands;" song, "The Autumn Winds." The fol- lowing took part in the juvenile operetta, "Little Jessie's Dream:" Jessie, Norah; Mother, May; Fairy Queen, Marjorie; Santa Claus, Con- stance; Jack, Geoffrey; Red Riding Hood, Janet; Blue Beard, David; Old Woman, Doris; Dick Whittingion, Bertie; Old Mother Hub- bard, Queemie; Miss Muffet. Phyllis; Margery Daw, Margaret; Bo-Peep, Dora; Cinderella, Muriel; Maty, Mary, Elsie; Jack and Jill, Edward and Dorothy Babes in the Wood, Myfanwy and Mollie. In "Two Rooms to be Let" the parts were sustained by: Priscilla, Miss; K. C. Allbutt; Mattie. H. M. Smith; Mrs Lambart Siokes, M. B. Dunkerley; Maid-Ser- vant, 0. E. Smith. Mr Llewelyn Jones. F.R.C.O., accompanied. Among those also present were the. Rev. LI. Richards, M.A., Dr. Wood, .Dr. Davies, Mrs Slater, Forrest; Misa Borthwick, Bates, Brierley; Mrs Crowther, Miss Adams, Mrsi R. Evans, tihe Misses Ireland and Fairclough, and Miss White.

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