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PENMAENMAWR. LICENSING. — Yesterday (Wednesday) the annual meeting of the Penmaenmawr Urban District Council for the granting of licences to carriage drivers, boatmen, etc., was held at the Council Chambers, Mr David Jones presiding. THE VICAR'S HEALTH.—A slight improve- ment is reported in the health of the Vicar (Rey. Canon Jones), but he is still confined to his room. A SNAKE CAPTURED —Last week a snake, measuring about. 2ft. 5in. in length, was caught and killed in the Pen Coed Woods. NEW FOOTPATH.—The Council commenced the work of extending the new footpath in High- street, Penmaen, on Monday. EMPIRE PAY.—Empire Day was not marked by any special celebrations at Penmaenmawr, but the "Union Jack was to be seen floating from several prominent buildings and residences- HUGH OLDHAM'S BOYS' BRIGADE.-Pre- parations are being made on the Llan field for the arrival of the Hugh Oldham's Boys' Brigade, who will arrive for their annual summer ca.mp on Saturday. WELSH CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL. — Professor Davies, 01 Bangor, occupied tne pulpit at Salem Welsh CbagTegationai Chapel fn Sun- ^|r J. 0klman, at Llandudno, con- sale of htwehoki fuiaiiure, eto* a* titt Marine-crescent, to-clay (Thursday) week, when good prices wer realised. Amongst the articles disposed of were two antique "Nelson" arm- chairs. MALE VOICE CHOIR.—The members ol the Male Voice Choir, who are practising assid-lousiy for the contest at Llanrwst on Whit-Monday, have also decided to compete at Prestatyn on the same date. The choir had intended competing at the Amlwch Eisteddfod on Monday, bat as it is reported that there will be no competition there they have resolved, with commendable spirit, to "face their Ioes" where they are more likely to be found. THE T.I.A.-Tlie secretary of the Town 1m. provement Association, Mr John Owen, received ten tenders for the printing of the Guide," which is to be issued this year. The quantities quoted for this year are 3000, 5000, and 8000. Some years ago the Association used to circulate about 12,000 per annum, but now the .jui'iVy is not so large because no agents are supplied with the booklet. SALEM JUVENILE CHOIR.—The .-n-r/ibors of the above choir gave a successful concert at the Co-operative Hall yesterday (Wednesday) evening, when Mr H. Christmas Jones prided over a fairly large attendance- The choir, con- ducted by Mr Hughie Jones, gave selections, and several local artistes also sang. The jro- ceeda were to pay the expenses of iho choir to Llanrwst, where they intend competing at the Whit-Monday Eisteddfod.

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