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PENMAENMAWR. R G. OW EN, F.S.M.C., Certified Optician, Lianrwst. At C-ompton House, Corn way, first Friday in the month.—Advt. LOCAL SUCCESS.—it is gatifying to note that Mr Stewart Coverley, son of Councillor J. S. Coverley, has successfully passed his tinal dental examination for the degree of L.D.S. of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. THE MALE VOICE CHOIR.—The members of this choir will hold their first practice of the session on Monday evening", when Mr Christmas Jones will again take up the baton- death occurred on Tues- day morning" of Mr Randell Thomas (Victoria Cottage), who was well-known and resp-ctod in the town. He leaves a widow and four children EBENEZER LITERARY SOCIETY.—At a meeting on Thursday evening, Mr Edward Wil- liams presided. A paper was read by Mr J. P. Owen on "The Characteristics of the Welsh Nation." JERUSALEM LITERARY SOCIETY. At the weekly meeting on Thursday evening, a miscellaneous entertainment was provided by Mr Llewelyn Caradoc Hughes, Mr R. M. Wil liams, Mr E. Humphrey Owen, and Messrs John Ellis and R. D. Owen. A dialogue was abo given by six members of the Society, the title being "The Anti-Marriage Society." TEST CONCERT.—A test concert was held in connection with the Ebenezer Welsh Wes- leyan Chapel at the Oxford Hall on Friday evening, when Mr J. E. Williains (Post Office) presided. The contests wore keen, and the awards were as follows:—Soprano solo, Mrs Joseph Lewis, Capel Curig; duett, Mr and Mrs Lewis, Cupel Curig; tenor or baritone solo, prize divided between Mr Will. Roberts and Mr II. Francis Williams, both of Bangor. Juvenile solo, Miss Hughes, Gcrizim, Llanfairfechan; juvenile duett, Miss Griffiths and Walter Prit- ehard, Penmaenmawr. The winners in the party competition were the Eryri Party, con- ducted by Mr I nomas Roberts. The concert h.ad been arranged by a strong committee, with Mr liiomas Griffith Davies as chairman, Mr John lhomas (Gogarth) as secretary, and Mr W. Jonos Roberts as treasurer.