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CONWAY. R G. OWEN, F.S.M.C., Certified Optician, Lianrwst. At Compton House, Conway, hrst Friday in the month.—Advt. A.LR E. G. HEM.MtuRDE, M.P., has promised iO speak at a public meeting to be held m the Town Hall on November 17th. MAYORS DAY.-Tie annual mayoral pro- has been arranged to take place on 'Yednefday next, when tiie new Mayor (Dr. M. J. Morgan) together with the aldermen, coan- cnlors, and Coi-puration officials, will attend divine service at Carmel C.M. Chapel. After the .-iei" ice the Mayor will entertain the bur- gesses to a public tea at the Town Hall. SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. On Saturday Conway will visit Holyhead in a League fixture, when the following players will do service for the 'Blues: Daniels, goal; Tom Jones and O. Ellis, backs; Arthur Owen, Bob Owen, and Frank Jones, half-backs; H. Rowlands, J. R. Jones, T. Atherton, Sam Parry, and Wil] Stone, forwards. 1 £ J. MEETING. — The annual preaching meetings in connection with the Car- mel Welsh C.M. Chapel are being held this week. The officiating ministers are the Revs. J. T. Job, Carncddi; Rev. W. R. Owen, Beth- esda Rev. J. Puleston Jones, Pwllheli; Rev. S. T. Jones, Conway, and the Rev. John Wil- liams, Brynsieneyn. ANilQUES IN CONW'AY.—It has long been a matter of surprise to collectors and others in- terested in antiques that in a town with the his- torical associations of Conway there should be no antique shop. This long-felt want has at last been supplied. On Monday the extensive pre- mises known as Birmingham House were opened in this capacity by Mr R. S. Johnson, son of the kite Mr Edward Killingworth Johnson. R.W.S., "f Sible Heddingham, Essex, a well-known exhi- oitioner at the Walker (Liverpool) and other art galleiies, and one of the thirty members of the old Water Colour Society. Mr Johnson has been fortunate in the choice of his premises, which are, of course, on the same side of the Iligh-st. as the famous old Elizabethan Pile, Plas Mawr, now the home of the Royal Cambrian Academy, and only a street's width from the Old A her- eon wy Restaurant, another of the town's old monuments. Mr Johnson has speciallv studied the old furniture and crockery characteristic of the Principality, and hopes to display an inte- resting collection soon. OBITUARY.-The death of Mr Samuel Wil- aams took place at his residence in Chappl-street on Friday morning, at the age of 48. Deceased a fatihfuj member of the Carmel Welsh (C.M.) Chanel, and was highly respected. The funeral tcok place on WTednesdav afternoon, the officiating ministers being the Rev. T. Gwvnedd Roberts and the Rev. William Jones (C.M.). An impressive service was conducted at the house, after which the employees of the Melbourne Works, where deceased had worked for many years, bore the remains to the St. Agrnes' Church Cemetery, where the interment took place. The funeral v.ms attended by a large number of the friends of deceased, the chief mourners being: The widow, four sons and two daughters, Mr and Mrs Robert Williams, Liverpool (brother and Miss Thomas, High-street; Mr Robert Thomas, High-street; Mrs Edwards and Mrs William Davies, both of Liverpool (ce,u-,in.); Mr Williams, Bagillt (uncle), and others. Amongst numerous wreaths and floral tributes received was a beautiful wreath from the employees of the Melbourne Works, and also from the Borough Band, of which deceased was at one time a member.



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