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WESLEYAN CONFERENCE.

A KHYL COMPENSATION CASE.

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DENBIGHSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.…

LLANGWSTENIN PARISH.

LLANGWSTENIN PARISH COUNCIL.

BETTWSYCOED URBAN COUNCIL.

ABERGELE POLICE COURT.

LITTLE BOY WASTED TO SKIN…

DISTRESSING BURNING'I FATALITY…

WHY ARE HOLIDAYS INJURIOUS?

GAOL OR HUSBANDS SOCIETY?

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G-AKDEN FETE AT COLvVYN BAY.

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G-AKDEN FETE AT COLvVYN BAY. SECOND DAV'S PROCEEDINGS. The garden fete at Colwyn Bay in connecti-on with the St. Paul's Church Tower'Fund and St., Andrew's Land Account was continued on Thurs- day, and unfortunately the weather was moc-t unpropitious. Notwithstanding the weather, a large and influential ga^hering^ a:-rembiod_ to greet Mrs Wiiiiams (the lady Mayoress of Liver- P.TC.D. who, at great personal inconvenience, sacrificed an important appointment in order to o;>en tho fete. Canon Roberts said he had known the Ladv Mayoress for a large number of years, and he wes glad to learn that she f,;LfiU.e-c1 her important position-—next, ho presumed, to that of the Lady Mayoress of London-with such credit and dis- tinction (applause). The rev. gentleman piid a tribute to the valuable t ervicos ren.de.red by Mr Ashby (the chairman of the oomm.ittock and the Rev. Rees (one of t:nc- 'Elie'c .Iav iv&i e,f 'lj"NcTvc?oL who w as accorded a warm reception, and was presented with an exquisite bouquet of sweet peas, said that it was a groat pleasure to her to be thcro that afternoon to perform such a pleasant cere- mony. The fete was in aid of two excellent ob- jects, namely, towards raisl nig a fund to defray tho cost of a tower 0*1 St. Paul Church, and the other to pay for 1111.0 land upen which St. Andrew's Church stood. Both were worthy ob- ?Lil?-,ort of evcr. g,?d i.b,, v Churchman (cheers). The A.rrhbiihoip of York stated in Liverpool on the previous day that the Cathedral would bew on ornament to that citv. Sho felt certain that the tower would not y be a.n ornament to St. Paid s Churoh, but also to Colwyn Bay (abcott ). She had great plea- sure -in declaring tine fete open, and hoped that it would prove a great s,ucces3 (applause). The Lady Mayc-rccs, was thanked for her ser- vices, on the ronton of Mr Asiliiby, seconded by the Rev. Reei; Morns. SHOOTING COMPETITION. A great deal of interest was taken during tho day An the sohoiing omnpetitionG at the range, provided and fitted up by Mr George Mai fell. In tlio open competition for gentlemen, Mr John Williams and Mr W. Hodgbini; Led for first plaoo, and in the deciding round tllio former won the firct prize, a handsome silver cup prceented by Mr A. N. Cross, whilst Mr Ilodgbins secured the second prize, a, si'.vcr-mounted ccgar cai e, pre- sdi-rod by Mr Gibbons. The winner's score waj. 17 points out of 18 possible. Mr Palmer. "Vic- toria Park; Mr R. T. Davios, Mcehdrc; Mr R. C. Morris, and Mr B'akeman fed with i-iscteon points each, the deciding round resulting in Mr Palmer securing the third prize, Mr R. T. Da- vies, Mcobdre. the. fourth, and Mr R. C. Morrus tho fifth prize. Miss Smith, Queen's T-od,-o, M::as Mm.ns, Parr'i-i Bank, and Mias Dax-;o. Euryn Villa, Moehidre, tied for first prize (another silver cup presented by Mr Cross1, with 14 each, and on, shooting off Mius Minna beat Miss Daviieu by one point. There was another tie for finjt place in the Territorials' competition between Mr R. T. Da vies, Mochdre, Mr Archie Davies, Mr Heard, and .Ur ca,,b 1"1".tli 15 plfi?nt,,i out, of a o-,b,e 18.],:v4cn-?u?allv 1\1,r Dav'es won thN Ell- v??r ?-ul-) pr;e-,L,nted by 3?Ir C.-r., cL? Mr -o?Don IZO. Dav "d r,- Over 2000 raunds of ammunition were fired in the three comtietltions. At the oorousion Mrs Brock presented the prizes to the Puceecsful competitors. THE ENTERTAINMENT. An entertainment was held .in the Church R'X>rn in the evening. Mrs Plews gave a pianoforte so-'o; Mil? Gertrude Bond rendered a song, while Mr J. R. Whitehead, of Rangpr, "g. contributed a violin solo. Miss Booth and Mrs Mould rctpoatod the farce, "The Two Misees Ibbeteon," with great success.

CANDIDATES FOR HOLY ORDERS.

PROPERTY AT WHITCHURCH.