TALTCAFN MART. Messrs Robert and Rogers Jones held their periodical s:Ue at the above mart on Monday. There was a large attendance of buyers and vigorous bidding. 900 fat cross-bred lambs were sold at prices ranging up to 25s. 6d. 430 fat wethers and ewes 22s 6d. 297 breed- ing ewes 22s. Store lambs 12s órJ. 55 Wiltshire rams £ 5. Southdown ram lambs £ 3. 80 fat bullocks, heifers, cows and bulls X19. Cows and calves £ 18 7s 6d. 40 calving cows and heifers, £ 17 10". Store bullocks and heifer° £ 9. Fat calves f3 10s. Porkers 12.
BETTWSYCOED. FAEEWELL.— Mr Chester held his last entertain- ment of the season at the Girls' School, on Saturday night, and the meeting wa3 well patronised. LITERARY SOCIETY.—The Bryn Mawr Chapel Liter, ary Society will open its season on October 22nd. Messrs Idwal Parry, Pendyffryn, and D. C. Hughes, Willoughby House, have hen appointed secretaries. CBITVRA Y.-The dath took place in London on Monday, of Miss Catherine Williams, Waterloo Hotel. The remains have been conveyed to Bettwa and will be interred to-day at the Old Church Cemetery. A (iENEEOtJS j)ONOIZ.-Colonc-I Johnstone, J.P., has given a donation of XIGO towards St. Mary's Church organ fund. TETTY SESSIONS.—These sessions were held on Sat- urday, before Colonel Johnstone, and Mr Robert Tarry. OJ1 t'he application of Mr A. Lluyd Griffith the lwence of the Beilo View Hotel was temporally transferred from Mr Gerald Carnell to Mr Michael Judge. Thos. Williams, Penmaehno, was fined Is and costs for t^jng drunk and disorderly. J. Slater summoned Hugfinil- Jiams for assault. The case was dismissed. OLD AtiE PENSIONS.—A meeting of the Old Age Pension Committee met at the Court Room, Bettwsy- coed, on Tuesday, the following members being pre- sent :-Aiesgra Robert Parry, J.P., R. 0. Davies, Mathew Roberts. H. Owen, R. Parry, S. R. Williams, W. Evans. D. 1,1. Jtfncs, J. D. Robeits, and D. O. Jones, together with Mr J. T. Roberts, clerk of the County Council. Mr Robert Parry, the chairman of the Bettwsycoed Urban Council, was elected chairman for the ensuing year. The following offered themselves as candidates for the clerkship for the district:—Messrs G. Williams, 3, Hill View. Llandudno Junction E. Davies Jones, solicitor, Llanrwst; Robert Parry Hughes, Glanddol, Dolwvddelen and R. E. Thomas, Hill Crest., Trefriw. The voting, which was by ballot, resulted as follows — Rubert Parry Hughes, 4; R. E. Thomas, 3; E. Davies Jones, 1. On the second count, Robert Parry Hughes secured 6 votes, and R. E. Thomas, 2; Mr Hughes being therefore declared elected. It was resolved that Uie meetings should be held at Bettwsycoed in future. URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. This Council was held on Friday evening, Mr Iv.litit Parry, J.P. (presiding). The following members were also present:—Dr. Pritchard, Messrs J. P. Faiehney, John Hughes, 11. Rawlinson, W. B. T. Corns, H. Wil- liams, J. T. Rees, and H. Roberts, together with the clerk (Mr R. n. Owen), and the sanitary inspector JMr R. D. Junes). Mr Corns reported that the expenditure during the month was tl9 5s. lid., and the credit balance in the hands of the treasurer, £191 16s. The Collector reported having collected and deposited st the Bank the sum of £ 144 6s 3d. The recoverable arrears on the general rate was £ 320 5s 3d., and on th.. water rate, £ 24 9s 7d. The Surveyor was instructed to see to the position "f the stepping stones over the boundary river. It was resolved to appoint Dr. Travis, medical officer of health. On the motion ef Mr J. Hughes, seconded iy Mr Corns, the sanitary inspector (Mr R. D. Jones), was reappointed for the ensuing twelve months. The Chairman, Messrs John Hughes, W. B. T. Corns, H. Roberts and H. Williams were appointed as com- mittee to deal with the unemployment question. It was reported that four births had taken place during August. No deaths were recorded. A letter was read from Mr Griffith, the Earl of An- caster's agent, that the Council could make use of the Griffin-road gravel pit for quarrying st.one for macadam and for gravel on the pavement at an annual sum of 10s. On the motion of Mr Rawlinson, seconded by Mr H. Roberts, the offer was accepted.
CONWAY. For the convenience of the public In Conway, a letter box hag been affixed to the entrance of the Estate Office, near .the Town Hall, where advertise- ments and copy for thG "Welsh Ccast Pioneer" may left. R. G. OWEN, F.S.M.C., Certified Optician, Llanrwst. At Compton House, Canway, first Friday in the month.—Advfc. OLD AGE PENSIONS.—Mr J. W. Post, deputy town clerk, has been appointed secretary to the local Old Age Pensions Committee. DRUNKENNESS.—At a special police court on Tues- day, Thomas Biobey, was fined 10s and costs for drunkenness. PROFESSOR DAVID WILLIAII.S.-At the Carmel Welsh CnJviiiistic Methodist Chapel on Tuesday even- ing, Plofessor David Williams, M.A., Aberystwyth, preached to a large congregation. THE CHORAL SOCIETY.-The Conway Choral Society Till resume practice for the coming season next Sun- day evening. This year the choir will take in hand Mendelssohn's "St. Paul." The secretary is Mr R. Hughes, Glenoa, Woodlands. Mr J. P. Griffiths. Regent Hoti&e, will again act as'conductor.
DEGANWY. R. G. OWEN, F.S.M.C., Certified Optician, Llanrwst. At Compton House, Conway, first ^riday in the month.—Advt.
DOLWYDDELEN Considerable interest is evinced in the forthcoming young people's festival, to be held on fcaturdhv, October lOtb. It is expected that the Rev. Thomas Parry, Colwyn Bay, will preside at the morning meet. irk. and that the meetings will be conducted by the Bev. Ev-&n Davies, Trefriw, supported by the Revs. Henry JOIHe, Pensarn W. Phillips, B.A., Llandudno; E. J. Jones, B.A., Llangerniew; and John Edwa-rd-I Colwyn Bay. In the afternoon the chair will be oc- cupied by Mr Henry Davies, Talybont, when the Rev. J. E. Hughes, M.A., Carnarvon, will deliver an ad- dress. In the evening, Mr David Hughes, Rhvdy- meirch, will preside, when a sermon will be delivered by the Roev. J. E. Hughes, M.A.
GLANCONWAY: PREACHING MEETINCI.-Tlie Rev. Aaron Morgan, Blaenffos, So&.A Wales, and the Rev. Evan Williams, Rhos, prach-ed last night and will continue to-day lOtI the Iforddins Welsh Baptist Chapel. LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY.-Mr Robert Hughes (Felin Who), has been appointed chairman Mr John Jones, treasurer, and Mr W. Rogers Evans, hon. secretary, ol the C.M. Chapel Literary Society! •.utei?ry. society k«s also been formed in connection with the temeprance party. Mr John Hughes (Llys), can been appointed chairman, and Mr T. E. Davies .Frongo,ch hon. secretary. The vicar, the Rev Robert 1Üliotms, will deliver the opening lecture.
EGLWYSBACH. LECTURE.-On Thursday week a very interesting and instructive lecture was delivered at Bryn Seion Baptist Chapel by the Rev. Thomas Davies, of Pontv- pndd, a former pastor of the chapel. The subject was "Martin Luther, and the discourse was listened too with attention by a good audienpp TON1C-SOLFA EXAMINATION.-The annual examina- faon m connection with tha local Band of Hope ™ win Jaturda-V'ast- Mr J. Lloyd Williams, of Co" wyn Bay, was the examiner, and a eood Tinmhor attended the test. The following were succssM in winning the T.S.F. College's certificates in their differ" ent classes oumor class: 1, Nellie E. Jones, Wera • 2, Maggie O. Owen, Tanybryn 3, Evan Thomas Brrn' daionyn; 4 John Jones, Pentra; 5, Harry' Psutt Brynbloco j 6, John Jones P<snvcrai«» class: l, Nellie E. Jonls- 2, tollyWrane 3, Sarah Roberts, Fedw; 4, Jennie Owen, Fenucharllan 5, D. J. J&cksoQt Llan. IntenucrfiatA i p Hughes, Hafodty! All the abTv/ar^ members ^the Bethama Bandi of Hope, and have S under .he tiution of Mr Owen Williams, A.C.M., Eglwysbach.
LLANRWSTT" SUNDAY SERVICES. The following will officiate at the different plaots of worship next Sunday:- Parish Church: The Rev. D. C. Davies and the liev. J. Morgan. St. Bary's Church: Tle Rev. J, and th6 Rev. D. O. Davies. Seion (C.M.)- Rev. W. Thomas. Soothnd-streeb (C.M.); Rev. R. Rowlands Tabernaclo (C.): Rev. W. Cynwyd Williams. Ebenezdr (C ): Student. Horeb W ): Rev T. C. Roberts. Penuol (B.): Rev. Dr. Spinther James. English Wesley an Church; Mr C. A. Char ante. Roman Catholic (Cambro-Brekn Mission).— Herh Communion at 8.7.0 a.m., Parochial Mass at I' a m., and Welsh Dictions at 6.30 p.m.— i'atle" TrefcaoJ, O.M.I. OUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE is Mr Chambers, to whom all communications should be addrossed and who wiH also receive orders for the North VValea Chronicle." FRESH DAILY, cod, hake, rook salmon eoles, plaico, crabs, oysters, shrimps, and everv variety of fresh and cured fish.—F. G. Parry 55 Station-road, Llanrwst.—Advfc. E. LLOYD JONES, BIRMINGHAM HOUSE, LLANRWST.—The Best ard Cheapest House in the District for all kinds of Implements, suitable for all Seasons; also for Kitchen Ranges' Grates, Enamel Slate Mantel Pieces, etc. A good Stock of Guns and Ammunition always on fv? Sole Agent for Carson's Liquid Paint and other Specialities. First-class Plumbers and Tin- smiths always kept on the Premises —A Wv+ JENKINS1 NEW BOOT SHOP at tL Old Spot in Watling-street, will be opened on Satur- day, with a full range of Boots and Shoes for Men, Women, and Children. All the newest wid latest in footwear. Tip-top quality. Rock bottom prices Speciality, home-made water- proof boots, and repairs.—Advt. A GIANT MARROW—Mr Farr, tihe head- Aaster of the County School, on Saturday, out a ve?et.vblo marrow frcm his garden fully a yard ir. length, 28 inches in circumference, and 42 ¡b.. in weight. SUPPLEMENTED. Mr Fair, in his state- ment fl-t the last meeting of the governors of the County School rhat there would be no other report issued until nexT June, meant there would be no other "visiting report" issued until then. PERSONAL.—Mr S. Thompson, the Unionist candidate for Weat Denbigthsnier, visited the town on Monday, and stayed a couple of days. —Mr Hallowes, tihe postal survpyorj inspected the Post Office premises this week-Mr Arthur Parrv, chemist, won the monthly golf medal for Senterr.ber. A FINE CATCH.—Mr H. E. Blackball, on Saturday, successfully landed a salmon weigth- jng 12,1. 1 be. FORTHCOMING SALES.—As will be oterved by our advertisement oolumns, both Messrs Robert and Rogers Jones and Blackwall, Hayee and Co., will hold several important tales during the next three weeks. WAIFS AND STRAYS.—A oemimltteo meet- ing- of the Waifs and Strays Society was h id yesterday -r;t t'ho Onuroll Home. IVIE AI.I.S.-Tie Mutual Improvement So- áty will hold its first meeting next Wednesday. Mr O. R Hughes, MA., County Fchoo', has been appointed hon. secretary lor tho ensuing season- LIBRARY COMMITTEE. At a sub-com- mittee held cn Friday evening", Mr W. G. Owan presiding, it was decidcd to ask Mr Car- Mijls to d liver a lecture in aid of the funds of the institution, and also to ask the Llanrwst Amateur Drimatio Scciety to ^ive a representation of "Taid a Naiiy' for the s^-rne purpose. Mr Isgocd Jones, J.P., intimated that tie was p"epared to allow the use of his grounds lor the purpose of holding an out-door concert in the spring, or oarlv summer, and that toe grounds illuminated by elcctrio .ig«*t. The ctfer wa- gratefully accepted.
IXANDUDNO JUNCTION, DRUNKENNESS.—At Conway Pc-bcc Court, on Monday, David Jones GIasfryn, Llandudno Junction, was fined 2s 6d and costs for drunken- nesa. r. STREET LIGHTING. — Tne Lighting Com- mittee for the parish of Llangwstenm have accepted the following tenders for lignting the streets of the parish during the coming winter, viz.: Llandudno Junction, Mr Richard^ imams, Boot Warehouse; Glanwydden, Mr Jonn Fvans, Wrlcnhyhyd; Bryn Pydew, Mr John Jones., Swan RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION.—At a meet- ing of this Association, on Monday, Mr John Hushes (vice-chairman) presiding, the treasurer (Mr P. Gray) submitted a statement of accounts for the past year, which showed that the pre- sent committee will be able to terminate their year of office free from debt.. Mr W. Mackinlay Davies was appointed to audit the accounts.
LLANFAIRFECHAN. EVENING CLASSES.—Steps are being taken to hold evening classes at the National School during the ensuing winter. F AIR.-There was a large supply of cattle and sheep at the fair on Wednesday and poor prices ruled. The vendors of rock and others who con- tribute more or less to the gaiety of these functions were unusually numerous. OLD AGE PENSIONS.—There have been 22 local applicants for old age pension forms. HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICES.— It has been arranged to hold a harvest thanks- giving service at Christ Church, on October 20th, when a starmon will be delivered b' the Rcv.J.F. Reece, rector of Llanrhos. On the following day similar services wi!! be held at the Parish Church. the Rev. J. F. Reece and Canon Roberts, Col- wyn Bay, being the preacihers.
LLANDUDNO. DRUNKENNESS. -At Oonway Police Court on Monday, R. Davies, Penyffrith, Llandudno, was tinea 5s and costs for being drunk and dis- orderly. LICENCE TRANSFERRED. On the ap- plication 01 Mr H. S. Chambcrlaui (Mcbsrs Chiamberlain and Johnson), the magistrates at Con way Petty Sessions, on Monday, granted a temporary transfer of tne licence ox the Stanley Hotel, Llanduduo, from Mr John Roberts to Mr Wm. W. Ash worth, of Middleton, which was granted. PROPERTY SALE.—Mr T. W. Griffith, auc- tioneer, conducted a sale of property at the Marino Hotel, en Friday night, in the presence of a large and representative company. Ba.ngor House, Church Walks, let at L60, a.nd lease'ioid for 75 years from 1893 (perpetually renewable), at a ground rent of bs per annum, was sold to Miss Davies, Church Wa.lks, for £ 900. Two cot- tages, a yard, stables, ccaoh-house, and ay- lofts at Warehouse-street, bringing in a total rent of 1;56, and leasehold for 99 years from 1877, at a ground rent of E7, were withdrawn at JB700. The apartineait house, No. 1, South Parade, leas^iold for 99 years from 1856, a.t, a. ground rent of £ 3, was withdrawn at £1500. Bronwendon, a villa in Ohuroh Walks, let at JE45, and leasehold under the renewable system from 1878, subject to a ground rent of 10s 6d, was withdrawn at ;6800. The last lot, consisting of the villa. in Church Walks, known as Stella, similar in accommodation and as to tenure to the previous lot, was withdrawn at £1000. Messrs Dickson, Barnes, &nd Dickson, of Ches- ter, were the solicitors for the vendor of the first two lots, and the solicitors for the vendor of the remaining lots were Messrs Nunn and Co., of Colwyn Bay. NEW ORGANIST FOR CHRIST CHURCH. — Mr Eivion Jones, Carnarvon, has been ap- pointed organist of this Church, as successor to Mr Summerfield. A LADY MUSICIAN'S EXCITI'NG EX- PERIENCE. On Monday evening Madame Clara Novello Davies had an exciting experience between Rhyl and Llandudno. The Royal Welsh Ladies' Choir had been engaged to perform at Llandudno Pier concerts, but Mrs Davies and three lady friends missed their train at Rhyl, and then hired a motor car to convey them to their destination. Unfortunately their troubles were not over, for a puncture stopped further progress when about half way. During the re- pair of this by the chauffeur four tramps arrived on the scene and demanded money from the party, and assumed a very threatening attitude. The timely arrival of two cyclists made the tramps quickly clear off. The repairing of the tyre was then completed, but the popular lady conductor did not arrive at the Pavilion until the concert had been in progress a short time. SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. The follow- ing will play for the Llandudno Amateurs at Holyhea.d on Saturday:-A. P. Porter (goaJ); Sam- Williams and J. H. Davies (backs); Ja- cob Williams, Geo. Davies, and Harold Pear- son (oapt.), (half-backs): D. Griffith, J. L'ew. Jon; Brookes Evans, D. Breeee, and jinuny Williams (forwards). THE HAPPY VALLEY.—The Happy Val- ley Minstrels gave their last entertainment for the season on Friday. Mr W. J. ChurdiJil1 is deserving of praise for the manner in which he has conducted one of Llandudno's greatest attractions thia season. CLOSE OF THE SAILING SEASON—On Monday, the Liverpool and North Wales Steam- afhip Company brought their sailing season to a close. Large numbers of visitors congrcgated on the pier and promenade to witness the salute which, ocoording to custom, was fired from the steamers. Strings of bunting were also flown from the pier-head to celebrate the occasion. PRINCE'S THEATRE. During the first half of this week. Miss Lydia Donovan's talen- tod company have been attracting large audi- emcee to the Prince's Theatre, where they ha\e been presenting the faxlial comedy "Nic.be." The principal role, that of "Niobe," h;1.3 been well sustained by Miss Lydia Donovan. SALE OF HORSES. Messrs Blackwall, Hayes and Co., auctioneers, Llanrwst, offered for sale at Llandudno 102 coaching her sea. The sale, which hitherto was held in one of the largo English towna, proved successful, the aqi- mals changing hands at prices ranging up to 35 guineas. THE JOHN BRIGHT SCHOOL. The following is a list of the successes gain- ed in the annual examination of the Central Welsh Board: — Seaiior Certificates.—Ethel Brown, English, composition, English language, history, arith- metic, mathematics, French; Claud Davies, English composition, English language, history (honours' stage), mathematics, Latin, French, chemistry; Reginald Davies, Englisih composi- tion, English language, history (with distinc- tion), arithmetic, mathematics, Latin, French, ohcimistry Megan Griffiths, English composi- tion, Englisih language, arithmetic, mathema- tics, Latin, French; Myfanwv Griffiths, Eng- lish composition, English language, history, mathematics, Latin (with distinction), Welsn, French (with distinction). Junior Certiftoates.-Il. T. FdwLrds, Englisih composition, Scripture, English language, his- tory, arithmetic (with distinction), mathematics, Latin, geography, Welsh; W. E. Hooson, Eng- lish composition, Scripture, English language, arithmetic, mathematics, Latin, Welsh, French, chemistry, geography; B. Jones, English com- position, Scripture, English language, history, arithetic, mathematics, Latin, chemistry (with distinction), geography; G. F. Kerridge, Eng- lish composition, Scripture, Englsh language, arithmetic (with distinction), mathematics, La- tin, French, chemistry; J. D. Smith", English composition, Scripture, English language, his- tory, arithmetic (with distinction), mathematics, Latin, chemistry, geography; G. Syonds, Eng- Lat-in, chemistry, geography; G. Symonds, Eng-hsh composition, Scripture, English lan- guage, history, arithmetic (with distinction), mathettnatics, Latin, chemistry, e*c (> £ ? rap h v Winifred TWler, English com^sitlorif 1^1 ture, English language (with distinction), arith- metao (wIth. distinction), mathematics Latin French, dhemcbtry, geography. Claud Davies recently gained the Owen Entrance Scholarship, three years of the value of J630, tenable at the University College of North Wales.
PENRHYNSIDE. LIBERALISM.—It is atated that active steps are to be taken to establish a Liberal Club at Penrbynside. The guggeekn first emanated from the EXECUTIVE Oonramittee 01 the Carnar- vonshiro liberal Association. PARISH COUNCIL.— A meeting of this Council was held on Monday evening-, when '< Mr G. A. Hutchinson, Cliff side, was appointed chairman, in suceessicn to the late Mr Nathan Smallpcge, Craig Mor. Mr William Jones, Glcddaeth Is a, was appointed to the vacant oversecrship. HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICES. -Thoie services were, hold a t,he Church Mis- sion on Tuesday and Wednesday. On Tuesday evening an English service was held, when the Riov. J. W. Roberts, M.A., vicar of Conway, preached. A Welsh service was held n Wed- nesday evening, the preacher being Canon Ro- berts, vicar of Colwyn Bay. The mission room was- tastefully decorated for the cocasicn by the lady members. CONCERT.—The annual concert in connec- tion with the Welsh Congregational Chapel was bald cm Wednesday evening, Mr Robert Owen, Llandudno, presiding over a 1: r_c a!tendar.C3. TSie proceeds of,t'! e concert wcro devo ed to the chapel fund. Tthe principal vocalist was Miss Louie James, R.A.M., of Denbigh, whose father, Inspcclor Jaryioi, N.S.P.C.C., founded the Welsh Congregational Chapel in Penrhyn- side; Miss Phylis Piorce Hughes, also of Den- bigh, Miss Maggie Davies, Mr Joseph Parry, Miss Owen, Llandudno, Mr Thoims James, Miss A. Higginbottom, Llandudno-, M: sws Ro- bert Owen, and Hobson also o,ntirbu-ci ;o the programme- The concert r^alisxl about £10.
PENMAENMAWR. R. G. OWEN, F.S.M.C., Certified Optician, lai ii 1. s t -ir%-s- At House, Conway, first Fr'iav iii the iionth.-Advt. PREACHING MEEilNG. the annual preaching- meeting in connection with the Salem Weiiii Congregational Chapel was hell on Tuesday evening and throughout Wednesday, the preaahes-s were ;ho Revs. T. II. Jacobs, Peniol, Carmarthehshire, and Ben. Morris, Llanelli. ORGAN RECITAL.— Mr G. H. Davenport gave an organ recital at the St. Seiriol s Church on Wednesday evening, wi;en the fol- lowing programme was presented :—March in G (Wallis), Cantile-ne (Salome), Chanson DVte (I.ema.re) Preludo a.nd Fugue (Bach), Melcdie in D Flat (Faulkes), Festival March (Ellio t), lntmezzo (Chipp), Fantasia (Saint-Saens)- ANNUAL SHOOT. The annual sho. ting competition of the local F Company, R.W.F., took place on the Range on Saturday. In the marksmen's competition, Clews A. 90 and over, Lanoe-Ooirpl. II. Jones and LanoCorp!. R. Williams tied for first with 43 poinus ench. In Class B. 84, under 90, Pie. Robert Jones and Pte. J. Jones were first with 34 points each. Amongst tho first. class sho's Pre- W. E. Jones and Pte. R. S. Jones were first. with 38 poin s each, whilst in the first and serond clazs shots, Pte. W. J. Jones was first, obtaining 34 points. Pbc. W. J. Roberts obtained first in the re- cruits' class v, t-li 26 points, and in the N.O.C.'s class the first was Corp). T. M. Jones with 24 points. Aggregate^ highest at two hundred yards was Sorgt- W. Payne, 22 points, and at five hundred yards OorpI. T. M. Jonas, 24 points.
TREFRIW. THE HARVEST THAKKSOIVING services were held in ist. Mary s Church on Monday. The service were conducted by the Rev. D. Gower, vicar of Penm,cn, Monmouth, and the SPrmons were preached in the afternoon and fvening by the Rev. J. Ll. Richards, vicar of Dalwyddelen, to large congregations. The rhurch was very tastefully dccorated for the occasion by the following ladies Mrs Gower (The Rectory); Mrs Ockelston and Mrs Wright. CONGREGATIONALISM.—The Congregational quarter- ly meeting was held at Ebenezer Church yesterday. The preachers during the week are the Revs. E. Owen, B.A., Birkeiiliead; R. E. D&vies, Bala John Richards, Bethel; LI. Bryniog Roberts; D. Stanley Jones, Car- narvon, and L. Probert. D.D., Bangor. LIBRARY COMMITTEE.—A special meeting of the Library Committee was held at the Public Hail on Tuesday evening, when an entertainment in aid of the Library funds was arranged.
LLANDUDNO PIER CONCERTS. MR PAYNE'S AU REVOIR. There was a crowded audience at the Pier Pavilion on Saturday evening, when the last grand special concert of the season was given, at which the popular musical director and conductor of the orchestra bid Au Reyoir" to his numerous patrons. Mr Payne. as usual, was the recipient of a large number of valuable gifts. The programme opened with Sullivan's selec- tion, "The Gondoliers," followed by Rossini's overture to "William Tell" and Wagner's vorspiel, "Lohengrin." Madame Blanche Mar- chesi, who was accorded a splendid re- ception upon her second appearance at these con- certs, gave a magnificent rendering of Alabieff's song, "The Nightingale," and in response to a determined encore she gave her favourit song "Cuckoo," with which she fairly brought down the house By special request Mr Arthur Payne treated his audience to a couple of charmingly played violin solos, "Berceuse" and "Angel's Guard Thee," for which he was compelled to respond with a third solo. Madame Marchesi having given a very fine rendering of Saint- Saens' ballade, "La Fiance du Timbalier/' the first part of the programme concluded. The second part opened with Mr J. H. Fouids' new composition, Suite D'Orchestre, "Holiday Sketches," which was specially composed for the Pier Company's orchestra, and dedicated to Mr Arthur W. Payne. Madame Marchesi next treated the audience to a very fine rendering of "A Birthday Song" (Clarke), responding to a vociferous recall with the ever popular" Home, Sweet Home." The orchestra followed with The Highland Patrol, "Wee Macgregor AU REVOIR. Mr Payne, addressing the audience, said the great ovation accorded him that evening had quite upset him; he was only just getting back into normal condition (laughter). He felt con- fident that the concerts this year had been very highly appreciated (applause). At least 1500 different pieces of music had been played since Whitsuntide, many of them several times and he had introduced more' than 80 new pieces this year (applause). He thought he could claim that during the summer months more good musio was heard at Llandudno than any other place in the United Kingdom (ap- plause). The programmes had attained a very high standard in accordance with the general tone of the requests he had received, and ho hoped for the future to still ine-reas3 their re- pertoire in that direction. He ihad now reach- ed the goal of his ambition. Ho had b-en for eight years trying to kill tne "cake walk" Gaughter). He believed he had succeeded at last, because nobody had asked him for one during the whole season (applause). Each Thursday evening had been devoted to clasairal musio, and he was happy to ,ty that thero had invariably been a large audience, which justi- fied his venture. He found that the overture "Tannhouser" was still first on the list of re- quests, and he was glad to say that it was fol- lowed very closely by his friend, Mr J. H. Fouids new suite "Holiday Sketohes." Within the last seven weeks he had received 42 re- quests for Tannhauser and 37 for Mr Foulds' new Work (applause). He was very proud of the fact that a member of the Pier Pavilion Orchestra was held m such a high estimation j ^1. a ^mposcr, and he hoped and believed that he would be instrumental in having Mr Fouids' work performed at a verv important concert in London shortly (armkufvM In conclusion, Mr Payne thanked the orches- tra. for their admirable playing, and their loval- ty to j himself, and appealed to the audiences to extend thear patronage to the extension con- derts^ "which ^wM be under the conductorohip of his friend Mr Walter Ilajgh (applause). He also expressed a hope that they may all meet each season at Uandiidno for many years to come (applause). At the conclusion of Mr Pavne's address the audience heartily joined the ordbestra in sine-. ing Au3d Lang Syne," followed by the Natio- nal Anthem. THE EXTENSION CONCERTS. The extension concerts which are under the oonduc tors hip of Mr Walter Haigh opened with a sacred concert on Sunday evening-, when Miss Laura Evans was the voc-slist, and gave most effective renderings of "Nearer my God to Thee" (Carey) and "Hear ye Israel" (Mendels- sohn). Inatruniental solos were contributed in a most efficient manne,r by Messrs Alex Hall George Atkinson, Arthur Nicholls, and .JJ- £ ?ulds\ orchestral items in- cluded Chopin s Polonaise in A, S hu- bert's Overture, "Rosamunde," and Mozart's Gloria. from 12tfu Mass. A most interesting and enjoyable concert ooncluded with the sing- ing of the hymn, "Abide with me," in which the audionoe heartily joined. On Monrfay evening & special ooncert was given by the Royal Welsh Ladies' Choir, con- ducted by Madame Clara Novello Davies, and the Grand Orchestra, under the oonductorship of Mr Waiter Haigh. The orchestra opened the programme with Suppe'sr popular overture, "Poet and Peasant," after which Ladies' Choir gave a magnificent rendering of an ar- rangement of the "Men of Harleoh" by Mr EmTyn Evans. After a very fair Tendering off Sullivan's "Sailor's g'-ave," the cihoir sang Pinsuti'a chorus, "Fair Land." Miss Editih Halifax next sang "It Eto" (OJiaawude). The a/ndienoe were next treated to a most dramatic rendering of Verdi's seen a, "Misereri," Erotn III Trovatore by Madame Maud Loveless and Miss Winifred Lewis, and the IAaj Choir. Miss Maine Norello Wiffianns contriboted a delight- fully played pianoforte soJo, "Rhapsodie Hon. groise No. 2" (Liazt), and Miss Laura Evans fol- lowed with a splendid rendering of Clay s popu- I lar fong, "She wandeied down the mountain side." The second part of the prcgVamme was opened II by the orchestra with Gounod's Grand Fantasia, "Faust," fcilo, ed by a song by Miss Maud Bradbury, "My ain folk." Miss Winifred Lewis, a noted Eisteddfod prize winner, gave a splendid rendering of a song entitled "Friend," composed by Madame Clara I Novello Davies. After other enjoyable items by the Ladies' Choir the orchestra brought the con- cert to a close with Godfrey's selection of Welsh airs. On Tuesday and Wednesday evenings Miss Laura Evans was the vocalist, and for the re- mainder of the week Mr Joseph Cheetham will be the special artiste. The extension concerts will be continued throughout next week, under the conductoiship of Mr Walter Haigh.
FOOTBALL. LLANDUDNO AND CONWAY CHATTER. Llandudno were fortunate in obtaining two points from CoJwyn Bay on Saturday. Broese, the centre fur"?,'aid, always played left half- back tor tiie "Blues. It Porter had a difficult shet to negotiate frolil Staid'/ Hughes, and the save did not come off. Of the backs, "J. II." was the best, Dmif playing: a rather weak game. s? "» • In the front rank, Breese and Brookes Evans were the pick, Jimmy William did occasionally give a f:1impH of his true capabilities. The Bayitics are an improvement on Jaot year's eleven. # « » « Hallwood's fine play in goal was one of the features of the game. Amongst the half-backs. Tommy M Cann stands out prominently. He played a steady, consistent, hard game. s » In the. forward line both wings worked well, but Stanley Hughes, their youthful inside left, WL.3 the pick. J. Llew Owen was also responsible for seme good work. >» Jimmy Dare was a good partner to Mess Jones. The latter player was well watched by Haro'd Pear- son, whilst Howel Williams, in the centre, hr.d some prptty touches, but he ought to have paid more at- tention to his wings. X- -ih Next Saturday, the Amateurs will have a tough nut to oraclc in Holyhead, and will be lucky to bring one point home with them. Conway visited the Bodei. Grounds, near Talvcafn, on Saturday, to play a return lfxturo with the bolg-acnf Aluminium Works F.C., and lost to the tune cf 5 to 2. What of Conway's luck in the draw of the Amateur Cup? Llandudno at home. History repeats itseif for the "Blues" entertained the Amateurs in the first round of the same game a couple of seasons ago, when Conway drew-une all with them on the Morfa, and lost in the re-play at Llandudno. An easy task in the Junior Cup as well Pen. rhiwaradr should prove an easjr prey.
QUOITING. COLWYN BAY COPiSTITUTfONAL CLUB Y. OLD COLWYN. On Saturday, a quoting match was plaveri cn the Colwyn Bay Constitutional Club pitch, between sides i epresentative of the Club and Old Colwvn. It was (he first match played by the Colwyn Bay side and it is much to their credit that thev won by four games 10 two, and 51 points to 47. Still more creditable was the performance in view of the fact that Old Colwyn hall never previously been beaten. The individual scores were: — COLWYN BAT. OLD COLWVN. TJ. B. Jackson ll W. J. Roberts 6 Lewis Jones 11 Hunt Jones 5 J. 1'. Wainwright 11 Mr Anderson 6 A. Stott 4 J. Roberts II R. Jones (captain) 11 J. Ellis (captain) 8 H. Jarmain 3 W. Jones 11 51 47
COLWYN BAY AND LLANDUDNO. Morning Evening Time. Height. Time. Height. Thursday Oct. 1st 1.47. 16.0 2.8 15.4 Friday, Oct. 2nd 2.30 14.7 2.56 14.0 Saturday, Oct. 3rd 3.25 13.1 3.59. 12.11 Sunday, Oct. 4th 4.43 11.11 5.33 12.7 Mondav, Oct. 5th 6.26 12.1 7.11 13.10 Tuesday, Oct. 6th 7.49 13.8 8.21 IS. 10 Wednesday, Oct 7th.. 8.47 15.8 8.12 18.2
RHYL. Morning Evening Time. Height. Time. Height. Thursriav, Oct. 1st 1.49 16.0 2.10 15.4 Friday, 'Oct. 2nd 2.32 14.7 2.58 14.0 Saturday, Oct. 3rd 3.27 13.1 4.1 12.11 Sunday, Oct. 4th 4.45 11.11 5.3.5 12.7 Mondav, Oct, 5th 0.28 12.1 7.13 13.10 Tuesdav, Oct. 6th 7.51 13.8 8.23 15.10 Wednesday, Oct. 7th 8.49 15.8 9.14 18.2 i
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LLANDUDNO HAPPY VALLEY. (To the Editor of the "Pioneer.) Sir,—With reference to a letter that I saw in the columns of "The Pioneer" relative to the Happy Valley, Llandudno, I feel it my duty to correct the statement regarding the making of the Happy Valley fame. The two names men- tioned as being the makers and popularisers of that spot I hold in high esteem, as good per- formers and comedians of the first rank. But it was not comedy that made or popularised the Happy Valley; it was brains that found it nothing more or less than a waste patch of ground, and brought it up to the high standard in which it stands to-day. The possessor of those brains was the late Mr Joe Perry, the pioneer al-fresco enterpriser and daddy of them all.— I am, etc., JOE PERRY.
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BOWLING. LLANDUDNO v. RHYL. DEFEAT OF THE VISITORS. One of the m-56t interesting games of the sea- son was played on the Rllyl Bowling Green on Saturday afternoon in delightfully tine weather. The visiting team hailed from Llandudno, a town whicii has during the pact few years taken a keen interest in bo v. 1?, and now possesses a verv flourisiiing- club. In Rhyl the game has fcfen played with marked success for several years. a.nd the ciub has two verv fine greens. The niatoi cn Saturday was played on the "crown" g'een, and tne ganjes were wa tc.oexl with considerable interest. In the draw the vice-captain cf the Rhyl Club was irr.atc .ed against the capt ain of the visiting team, and this naturallv caused so,e excite- ment., and more particularly as Mr E. A. Wood is tho holder 01 Rnyrs Cup for this v-ear. This was tae only game of tno" singles where the Llandudno player won, and it is a curious coin- cidence that Mr Williams nas on three (ccasi,ni been drawn against the. holder for the year of the Rhyl Cup, and has ocmo out vietrr each tine. Ir The match was by .no means one-sided. Mr Williams led off with a 1, but Mr Word had a run and put cn a 2, follor. ed by 1. The nr-xt end foil to tih-3 visiting captain., but tho R.\v]ite wen the fifth end, but after that he was cut cf tho running altogether, a.s out of four ends M.- Williams scored six points, the score cn the ninth end reading" 8-5. Even then it did not seem as if the vice-captain of the Rhyl Club was going down, as he won the &uc:eed_ing two end3 with a 1 t,nd a 2, so that when the cle enth end was declared the sxr: was 8-7. Alter t at Mr Williams found the jack, and aclded a 2 and a 1, thereby winning cn the thirteenth end by 11-7. The matcili between Mr Fred Roberts (a vet- eran bowler) and Mr D. Lewis (a.n old Rhyl player) v.as also naturally fcllowed with ko n interest, and tho score varied very muoh. The fust three ends were won bv t'e R-hy itc. Sy that tie was 50 before Mr Lewis fs/und the jack. Then he made. matters alter consid- erably, and in four ends he put en six, thereby leading by ene, w;12.en Mr Roberts drew level cn the eighth end. One Egrin Mr Lewis got in I with a. 1, but ctirter that h-e was out. of the JUn. nimr altogether, and putting on two 2 s and a 1 Mr Rf h.ts won the g.itno by 11-7. The other matches were ver.- one-sid d with the exception cf that between Mr E. E. Vau^han end Mr R. L. Davie-. Alt^oush the Rhvl player l-sd throughout it required fifteen ends to bring the match to a close. On the singles Rhyl wen bv 128 to 48. THE DOUBLES. When the doubles were proceeded with the interest was centred arounri the match between Messrs E. A. Wood and T. Johcs against Messrs W. Williams and J. H. S. tEvms. The Llandudno players did not find the j!ck once, and it only required eight ends to finish the match, in whioh the R-hylites put on two 4 s, one 2. and five l's. The keenest match of the day was that between Messrs A. D. Hill and G. Nuttall against Mes-rs J. E. Hornsby and P. Hornsby. The Rhyl men found that the father and son of the Llandudno Club were worthy opiK-nents, and a 1 though the local men v, an the two Erst ends I they lost the third, and ti-.en it was a cafe of give and take. After nine ends had Been played the score was 5 all. Although, the Rhylites in- cr^a-sod their lead to 13_by the time the six- teenth end had been piayrdi, the i .Iran d ud no gentkimen made a fine effort, to win, and putting cn a 2, 1, and a 4, they were leading by 14—13 when the nineteenth end wm played. It was then that the Rhyl plave-rs i01.md t.h^ jsck. and in tho next two ends -urei two 1 s, tnereby winning the game cn the twenty-first end by 1 point. The scores were as (follows:— RHYL. I W. J. Simoook 11 W. Hudson 11-15 G. Nuttall 11 A. D. Hill 11—15 E. E. Vaugfoan 11 D. Pritchard 11-15 J. Pierce Lewis 11 F. Rob2rts 11-15 E. A. Wood T. Jones 11-15 J. Aidney 11 W. R. Everatt 11—15 LLANDUDNO. T. Hughes 3 R. T. Jones 2- 1 J. E. Hornsby 3 P. Ho-rnsby .oo. 2-14 R. L. Davies .I 6 T. Hughes 2- 3 E. W. Davies 6 D. Lewis 7- 4 Is W. Williams (capt.) 11 J. H. Stevens 2— G E. Williams. 2- 0 D. W. Thomas 2—1 Rh-vl won on the match by 143. At the close .a vote of thanks was passed by the Llandudno players to the home club for their entertainment and for the very fine matdh. which had been played. The gr-li-nes throughout were conducted in the best of spirits, and the afternoon was of a very pleasant nature. A FRIENDLY MATCH. On Thursday, a friendly match was played on the Rhyl green, between a team captained by Mr W. Gunner and one captained by Dr. Jones, of Denbigh. The former won by 56. In the doubles the game between Messrs W. Gunner and G. E. Gratton with Mr E. Davies and Dr. Jones, was of more than usual interest. Mr E. Davies, who hails from Cefn Mawr, playod re- markably well, and was largely responsible for the win. The scores were:— MR GUNNER'S TEAM. E. Clarke 1 R. Hanlon 11 11 A. Hayton 11 J. O. Vaughan 11 15 W. J. Simcock 11 G. F. Gunner 11 15 W. L. Foster 11 E. A. Wood 11 15 W. Gunner. 11 G. E. Gratton 11 2 T. Clewley 11 W. Clarke 11 15 122 73 DR. JONES' TEAM. Humphries 11 R. H. Jones 7 15 Collins 6 T. J. Batten 6 14 W. Parry 3 W. Davies 6 10 Geo. W. Jones 6 S. Batten 3 2 E. Davies 5 Dr. Jones 10 15 J. Palmer 6 T. Williams 4 10 73 66
The Rev. D. H. Pugh, formerly curate of Flint, has been preferred to the living of New Barry. Mr Pugh is a son of the late Rev. David Pugh, rector of Ysceifiog.
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1--=-- English and Welsh Markets. WOOL. BRADFORD, Monday.—Tiie only business here is for the uwi-e-t driblets pending the settlement, ol vaJues at tiie London salos, though it is not generally ex- pelted that there will be any marked decline. Qu .ta- t;on< are unchanged. Oros.-bred 40's 10id. merino 60'g Is iJll. Values are the turn in favour of the buyer. English wo are very slew of sale. TurJ:oy rdliliJl1 firm at late rates. CATTLE. LIVERPOOL, Monday.—Although there wa.<= a de- crease of over 500 in the supply of cattle the demand was slow, and trade generally showed no improvement. A few exceptional jute of prime heifers made a shade more than tlie top quotation (live weight). Sheep also shown in much reduec-d numbers, but there was very liitle quotable alteration in prices for any cases. Quotations :—Beef, 6J-d to *id mutton, T £ d to 5d per lb. At markf-t 7S8 cattle ;»nd 7861 sheep. WKEXiiAM, Monday.—There was a large supply of stock at T0-d(:Y'8 market, and as buyers were present in isrgc numbers the clearance was a most satisfactory one. Quotations Beef íd to 7d per lb., mutton íd to p(1. lamb Sd to Std. veal ítei to 8id. pork pigs V# 9d to 9s 6d per score lbs., and bacon pigs os 3d tc t'¿ 9d per score ibs. BIRMINGHAM. Tuesday.—Poor how of beasts and sheep, and trade inactive. Quotations:—Best, Here- fords 1;(I; Khorthorns 6d to btd; bulls and cows 4d to 4-Jd wether sheep 7j:l to 8d ewei and rams 5d to 6Jd lambs 7d to ijel per lb. Good supply of pigs, and steady demand bacon pigs 9s 8d porkets s Sd to 10s per score. t SALFoED. Tuosday.—Smaller supply of fat cattle; quality better demand slightly better at late rates, shorthorns and Welsh heifers making up to C^d bul- locks 5jd to 6d cows nnd bulls to 5Jd per lb. Large decrease in sheep supplies; trade rather slow and t prices steady for the best, but other kinds sold iiightiy in buyers' favour. Choioe small Sl-ot uli sheep made up to 7Jd; heavy 7d to 7?d Irish to 7 £ d per lb. Calves wore slightly lower tf from 5Jd to f«d per lb. All classes made a slow finish. Supplies Cattle 1,713; sheep, 8.G54. CORK. LIVERPOOL. Tuesdav.—Wheat, verv quiet trade, id to ld under Friday. Hard Winter 7s 9d 2 Red Winter new, &s Ski Southern Date 8s Id Maize, quiet trade, about Friday's rates, with easier tendencv. American Mixed 7s 4(1 to 7s 4hl Plate 6s to 6s 2d; Beans, Saidi, 33s 9J to 34s 3d; Peas, none here Oats, old whit" 3s 3d new 2s 8d to 2s 9d Flour, uncharged. Wather fine. ff. HAT AND STRAW. MANCHESTER, Monday.—Clover, 4id to 5$d etrsw. oat, 24d to 3d per etone. BUTTER. CORK, Tuesday.— Active demand: steadv jri-rs; increased supply. Firts. 103s; seconds, 102s: thirds, fourths, 89s; Mild cured Superfine, 105s fine mild, 103=; choicest boxes, 105s; chcioe boxes 102s • Fresh butter, 1058. MEAT. BUTTER. AND EGGS LLANGEFNI, Thursday.—Butter Is per lb; eggs id ea-h beef 6d to ed mutton 7d to 9d lamb lOd to Gd veal 7d to 6d pork 6d to 8d fat pigs 4d per lb; potatoes 3s 6d to 4s per ewt. fowls Is 3d to Is Gd each ducks 2s to 2s 3d each. PWLLHELI, Wednesday.—Butter lOid per lb; mut- ton 7d^to 10d_; beef 8d to lid; pork 6d to Sd 'young pigs 138 to 17s each; fat pigs 3d per lb; ducklings 4s to 4s 6d per couple; f w is 2s per couple; chickens 3s to 3 fid per couple; eggs 9s 6d per 120; potatcfs 48 per 1 lZlbs; apples 2d per lb.
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. MARRIAGES. JONES—KETLEY.—September 23rd, at St. Mary's Church, Easthain, Hugh Inman, youngest son of the late William Jones, 8. Town s-end, Beaumaris, to Anna. Bella (Belle), third daughter of James Ketlc*, of Eastham House Lodge. JONES—WILLIAMS.—September 26th. at St. Paul's Chapel, Bangor, by the Rev Thomas Hughes, minister, in the presence of Mr D. Griffith DavK-e, registrar, Mr Isaac Jones, St. Paul's School House' to Miss Elizabeth Ann Williams, Garth-road,both of Bangor. RA*!ily—-DAVIES.— September 23rd, at St. Catherine's Church, Higher Tranmere, by the Rev James Beverage, M.A., B.Sc., A. J. Rankin, of Rankin and Davies, Liverpool, to Jennie, eldest daughter of Hugh Davies, Oolwyn Bay. Y,A P P-R OBER Tq. -Septen'i bpr 27th, at St. Thomas's Church. Rhyl, by the Rev. Lester Jones, J: Albert Yapp, High-ftreet. West Bromwich, to Ruth, third daughter of T. Roberts, Gladstone Villa, Rhyl. DEATHS. DAVIES.—September 21. at The Cottage. Llanengan, Pwllheli, after a short illness, aged 66 years, Joseph Davies, of Woodbanlc, Rock Ferry. GRIFFITH.—September 28th, Sarah Griffith, daughter of the late John Griffith, of Amlwch. JOKES.-September 25th. at Willoughby, Lawson-road, Colwyn Bay, James Jones, late Boyden-street, Liver- pool. WILLIAMS.—September 28th. in London, following an I operation, aged 57, Catherine, daughter of the late Evan Williams, and sister of Mrs M'Culloch, Water- loo Hotel, Bettwsycocd. Funeral at Bettwsvcoed, to- day (Thursday), 3 p.m. WILLIA-MSON.-On September 28th, at Grrsford, aged 76, Susanna, for 50 years' the well-beloved wife of W. Williamson (late of Endon House, near Maccles- field).
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