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CONWAY. For the c-,ivemenoo of the publio in Conway, a letter-box has beea affixed to the entrance of the Estate Office, near the Town Hail, where advertisements and copy for the "Welsh Coast Pioneer" may be left. FOR ARTIFICIAL TEETH try Kay and Soma. Attends Oonway ou Tuesdays, 2 to 5, at Mro Jones, 22, Upper Gate-street. Call and ask for prices. 23730p. CORPORATION FIRE BRIGADE. Orders for week ending August 22nd, 1910:—Station duty: Firemen John Jones and Hugh Hughos; probationers, George Owen and T. Davies. Offi- cer on duty: Lieut. Owen Williams.—F. A. D la- motte, chief officer. PERSONAL. -Councillor John Williams (the Mayor), together with Mrs Williams and family, arc spending a holiday in South Wales. THE BAND.—The Conway Borough Band arc busily engaged practising for the forthcoming contest at Porldmorwic. CHURCH FINANCE. A meeting of the Church Finance Committee was held last Monday evening at the Parish Room, when the Chairman, Mr Jamas Porter, presided. Several matters dealing with Church work in the parish received attention. LOCAL SUCCESS. — Miss Effic Hughos, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. W. Hughes, Cadnant Park, has succeeded in passing the London Mat- x riculation Examination. Miss Hughes is a pupii at the County School for Girls, Bangor, and her success is a most popular ono. ST. AGNES CHURCII.—The. work of repair- ing, repainting and colouring the St. Agnes Church has now been completed, and the sacred edifice has very much improved in appearance, both externally and internally. On Sunday, in the absence of the organist, Mr Sinclair llcn, Mr R. O. Pritchard presided at the organ. THE CHURCHES. -Canon Fairchild, of Ban- gor, preached at the English service at the Parish Church on Sunday morning, and also at the English service at St. Agnes' in the evening. Canon Fairchild's services have been engaged 'daring the month of August, the Rev. John Davics, curate, being away on holiday. TENNIS TOURNAMENT.—On Thursday and Friday, next week, a two days' American tennis tournament will be held at tho Vicarage grounds. It is anticipated that there will oe a large sembly, and that at least twenty couples will take pnrt. Refreshments will bo provided on the grounds. .ROAD BOARD'S SUGGESTION.—The atten- tion of the Rural District Council was directed on Friday to a letter froyi the Road Board, with 't referenco to the provisions of the Development and Road Improvement Fund Act. The Board ^Sgested that a conference be held between the County Council road surveyor and the road sur- 'f>yors of the respective Councils within the County, so as to prepare a scheme for the im- provement of roads for the use of the Road liloard. It was resolved to act upon the Road oard's suggestion. .CONWAY RIVER REGATTA.—Thit. re-al.ta IfiS be held on the Conway River, at Deganwy, Saturday. The gun wi'.l be fired at. 1.30 p.m. •Ow regaAta is b^'rng hiehd under tsln& distmg'U'isihod J^tromipfe of Lord Mostyn amd the Mayor of l^oruvay. A record number of oiiitriiea have ■been received. BEXAMINATTON SUOG33PS Miss Effie tiu^h-e.5, daughter of Mr J. W. Hughes, solicitor, ina- J^ooway. has tho lii'H.t i icu'ia/tion examina- of the TTrnviftrrvtv of Lonion. A SAD INCIDENT.—A man named Henry Cooke, agod 42 years, was admitted to the Ctxaway Workhouse Infirmary on Friday after- suffering from injurif-, to his throat. He \<18 attended by Dr. Prichard. Cooke, who is son of a clergyman, !ha.s been at IJys- for three weeks, trying to get work as a aeh driver. Letters found in his pockets show received an allowance from his father. is stated, that, his mind' has been affectod by Berne, difficulty in regard to an estate.

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