ABERGELE & PENSARN. A FARMER'S LOSS.—Mr Robert Wynne, of ■Dehcufryn, lost a valuable cow on Saturday. STRUCTURAL ALTERATIONS aro being carried out at the rear of Messrs Fletcher and Son's premises in Market-street. The contractors 4re Messrs Sam Davies and Sons. MR A. FOULKES, of Hendregyda, planned the Marine Drive at Llandudno (opened free to Pedestrians on Saturday) the work being carried Out in 1879. Mr Foulkes was at that time agent IUld architect for the Mostyn Estate, at Llandudno MUSIC SUCCESSES.—At the recant exami- nation of the Associated Board R.A.M. and ^C.M., Thomas Hugh Morgan, nine years of of Clovelly, Pensarn, obtained 113 marks in primary division (pianoforte). He is a pupil Miss Mabel Rogers, of the Friars. Miss ~j*°gers was herself very successful in the higher ^vision (organ), obtaining 124 marks. She is a Pupil of Mr Bryan E. Warhurst, A.R.C.M. and ^H.A.M., of Rhyl. PEItSUNAL.-Sir J. Herbert Roberts, MP, Lady Roberts entertained a large party of workers at Bryngwenallt to-day week. Harold Smith, of the Tan'ralit Gardens, ad- judicated in the horticultural section at the Vala Clwyd Agricultural Show. The Rev. and Mrs organ Davies, of Glasgoed House, have go no *P South Wales on a short holiday.—Mrs Doming, pa'Jghtcr of Mr and Mrs Jaegar, of Gwynfa, v»eorge-road, left by the Thursday morning traiu route for South America, accompanied by her tit«e son. j AN ANONYMOUS DONOR has sent to Canon °nes two pounds as a thank-offering to be do- to the St. Michael'8 Church wardens' ac- Boum j^NGLISH SERVICES.—Mr Lewis Jones, <>f g will be the preacher at St. Paul's next morning. URBAiST COUNCIL ELECTION.-Tho cloo- tion of an Urban District Councillor for the Pea- Ward in place of Mr G. Hubert Judson, take placo on the 27th instant. i^CLISTS COLLIDR-Near Tymawr, tfce jjT^kon of Market Place and Water-street, oa two young shop assistants riding in directions came into collision, with tho 5?^ that both their machines wore damagntL u riders, fortunately, escaped with sligbt sea. !hT VISITORS FORGET.-An enterprising r of the Town Advertising Association has ^7°^ along Dundonald Avenue and at various Points of vantage in the district printed to the effect that visitors, before leaving rgele and Pensarn, should not fail to virit Hill, Moelfre Iaaf, and Ysgeiriallt Woods. numbers of visitors aro daily visiting thc30 spots. fco^ND-MODELLING OOiMPFTTmON. — A of this nature, promot*xl by the and P«r>earn Tawm Advertising Asso- took place on tbe beadh on Tuesday Th«ne were two classes, viz., one for ^^d another for girk, each competitor ba- a box to collect on beibalf of the Association dtoin^r tlhe kKpection of r; Hie horn, secretary (Mr H. E. Thomas) w^chungje of tbe arw^<snwats. The pa-utes awarded as follows:—Boye: J. H. Wil. Bryntirion, and Tommy Owen, New- ^^ILETES' SUCCESSES AT BETTWS.— Booai athletes journeyed to Bottws on to take part in tbe Friendly Socsiaty'a took place, arid they eoooeedied in Tri'i? home several prizes. O^iFON'S MINISTRY.—The Rev. W. G. entered UPON HAS dudies A4 IjIOTI- on Sunday last. Next StOTnlay the rerv. wiH preach ait Abergele, where he Pairing up (has roaidnnee in about a fort- s tiime. On THE SMITHEIELTD. holl 14-iday. Mr dhsaa. P. Sheffield was again wath a large supply of sheep and fewer cattle tihan usual. A short flat cattle was an offer, being improved on the last market. Tho top £ 16 7s 6d. Dairy aattlS" aoSd up to fig 12 £ 12 17a 6d, and young gtook 8(^ ^d. Fat oalvea were dear, ^diiag up to There waa an exoasdinjjly good lot of aod laamha penned, but the demand was *}aa good as at tine previous market. Xf are acwno of tho prooea obtained :— g? T. Roberts, 20a Sd; Mr Tlsoe. Evans, ^^d; Mr Robert Hughes, 26s; ilr T. 233; Mr J. E. WilliamB, 24a 3ci; Mr Jones, 2&; Mr H. Hughes, 2&; Hughes, 23s 9d; Mr Edwards, Faohsit, 213'qT'^> H. MoEwen, 24s; Mr John Davi-ce. 22s 6d? D- Edward, 223 3d; Mr A. Evans, Jtolwj-ri: Evans, Tan'rog-o, 22a 6d; Ma- Rabt. 3d Mr J. Vaujjban, 22» 6d>; Mr R 2ls 6d; Mr Tbos. Ilughee, 21s 6d; log™ Qiakitiig from 14s to 20s. Sheep weaat mp 122 i*' A iairge Souith Stafford buyer trucked The stook num/bened 33 oattie, 12 P^S3. 1042 sbeep and iaanlbs.' Tibo sale wall te lueLd on Monday, August 15t!h.
BRYNYMAEN. Ik1 N GAL TREAT.—To-day week about sixty ,,Cr.s of tho Church Sunday School and choir VisitsjGlr annTial outing, when Llandudno was was everything that could bo I joyed ed, and all seemed to have thoroughly en- themselves. On Monday the younger ohild- Y; of the Church were invited to tea at the and, needless to say, the little ones nt a most enjoyable time.
BETTW" S Y COED. NCERT -was hold at the Girle' School, j^^iJTiday evening, by tho Royal Welsh r^i,les' C2ioir. The programme was an ex- TRIPPERS.—A large nttmber of day <*f continue to arrive, in conscquence the car proprietors are reaping a etJ^ATHER OBSERVATIONS for tho week Saturday, Augmt 6th, 1910:—Moan (in shaidte), 63.5; mean minairMrm (in. 61.2; highest in shade, 65; lowest in 49; maxBDcram in the sun. 143; lowest on graes 48; bright sunshine, 28.4 hours; mean Sr~^t of cloud, 65 per oent.—Observer: Dr. Watson Fox.
„ BLAENAU FESTINIOG. ^rfUSICAL SUCCESS.Miss Jano Alice J>a7^s» 2, Picton-terraoe, a pupil of Mr D. D. Llanrwst, was amongst the successful rf^dKtates in the examination in pianoforte- y*ng, lield at Llanrwet, on July 22nd.
CAERHUN. ^SEATING THE CHURCH .—The Vicar of I gratefully acknowledges the receipt ■faivi Mr Norton, Penrhiwarddwr, to- the installation of the new hot-wat^r «atmg apparatus for Caerhun Church. This, gether with the amount in hand and the „ of ^10 from Mr J. Nickson and £ 5 Mr R. Elbz, Wern, brings the total y- A65» the estimated cost being J6100. The Ù1Ica.r trusts that friends and those interested welfare of the Church will make up th^ "a^anoe, which is still necessary before w°rk can be proceeded with next Octo-
F DOLWYDDELEN » ^5ICAXI. — Harry and Essie Roberts, House, pupils of Mr D. D. arryj Llanrwet, were amongst the suocess- T i candidates in the examination held at ■^anrwst, on July 22nd. PREACHING MEETING. The oimual ^aclunig meeting was held at the C.M. CSM^I 1»ite»day evening and Sunday the Rev*. Williams, Brymaiencyn, and John Rolberts, ■^l. offioiaiing. v A TRIP TO LLANDUDNO.—Tbe Bethel Men's Society enjoyed tfbedir annual trip *° Lfeundudmo on Mondiay.
DEGANWY. NEW ORGANIST.—Mr Geoirge Burrows, or- ^•Dast of the Pariah Cbmrcli, Cbiric, has been appointed orgsiiisb of "AH Saint's" Chuaxih, Do- ganwy. in addition to being wn organist of Dmble ability Mr Burrows is also a capa. e vooalist. He win oorannenoe hia duties at ■^eganwy next Suonjay.
LLANEAIRTALHAIARN. AR Y TOP.- Dymfunaf longyfarcfo anwuith «o Mr Jonee, ein hysgx^fecistr poblogaidd. ar Wyddiant ei ddisgybiion yn yr arbobad am .PBgylonLaeth yr yr YsgoI Sir. Cyibaeddlodd M. E. Roberta y top gyda 28 o fareiati yn uwh ail, ao yr oodxl H. Griffith yn seithfed. ltha^orol yn wir, a hyny deallai heb yr im awr o> d<6i*pan»oth uaiion^yrchol. Y ime i*r yvgol •i haxntiydedd, ao y mae w«di ei gftdw ar J^d y Wynyddoedd. Yn ngwyneb llavrar o amfaio- teison euiU tir a ohkd y mae.—Cyfi^iH.
I L Christ Church, Brynymaen. I SUNDAY SERVICES. ENGLISH ii a.m. & 7 p.m. Vicar: REV. R. OWEN, M.A. 4458 (New College. Oxford).. I I I
LOCAL ENTERTAINMENTS. PUBLIC HALL, every evening at 8 p-it)-. Mx Harry Reynolds' Animated Pictures. Specaal matinees on Saturdays and Wednesdays at 3 pan. ARCADIA. West Proinemde, 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. daily, Catlin's Pierrots give entertainr meris. BOHEMIA. East Promenade, 11 a.m.. 3 p.m., and 8 p.m., Mr Harry Reynolds' Serenaders give performances. VICTORIA PIER PAVILION. Oroheetral Con- certs at 11 a.m. and 7.45 p.m. Special Concerts, Friday a.nd Saturday OVeMing3, 7.45. voomlilk Mist3 Decima Troughton (aopraoo). Weed's en- gagamoot of The Brownies, Musical Comedy Entertainers, PLACES OF WORSHIP. The following is a complete list of services a.t the various places of worship in Colwyn Bay, for Sunday next, August 14th. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. St. Paul's Church (English), Canon Ro- berts, vicar: 10 a.m., Holy Commuaiioin; 11 a.m., Service and Sermon; 6.30 p.m. Service and Sermon; 2.30 p.m., Sunday School. St. David's, Rhiw-road (Welsh), Rev. JEL D. Hughes: 10 ajn., Service amd Sermon; 2.30 pjn., Sunday School; G p.m., Serrioe and Sermon. Holy Commiafion on first Sunday in the mcmdh. at 10 aan. iS-t. Andrew's, King-road (Engiirb), Rev. Rees Morris: 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 11 Lm.) Servaoe and Sermon; 2 p.m. Cthildren.'s Searvioe; 0^0 pjBL, Swrvioe and Sermon. Hoiy Commamiotn at tine mid-day service on the first Sunday in the jnomth. Duriag Adv«it and Lent, Service and Sermon every Thursday, at 7.30 p.m. CALVINISTIC METHODIST3. (WeJsh). Engedi: 10 a.m. and 6 p-m., the Rev. Ridhard Jomcs, Brynynafail; 2, p.m., Sunxiay Sdbool. Bethlehem: 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., the Rev. Joihn Evianau Llarsfairfecfcani; 2 p.m., Sun- day School. ILarxnon: 10 am. and 6 p.m., the Rev. H. Jomea Davies, T j 2 pan., Sunday Sdbool. Scion, Upper Colwyn Bay: 10 a.m. and 6 p-m, the Rov. R. Davies, Southport; 2 p.rn. SU-nKhy School. WESLEYAN9. Horeb: 10 a.m. and 6 pan., Rev. J. Wesley Hughes; 2 p.m., Sunday School. CONGREGATIONALISTS. Sia2em: 10 aan. and 6 p.m., Rev. H. R. Wil- liams, pastor; 2 pan., Sunday School. BAPTISTS. Tabernacle: 10 aan. amd 6 p.m., Rev. Peter Jones, pastor; 2 p.m., Sunday School. ENGLISH. St. John's (Westeyaai). Con way-road: 11 a.m. and! 6.30 pan., Rev. F. J. Briggs; 2.30 p.m., Sunday School. Nantyglyn (Weafeyan): 11 a.m., Rev. E. LDDyd Jocios; 2.30 p.m., Sunday Sdbool; 6.30 T>oru, Rev. E. IJoyid! Jonea. Congregational, Sea-view: 11 aan. and 6J30 p.m., Rev. Thomas Lloyd, pastor; 2.30 p.m., Sunday School. Baptist, Abergele-roasd; 11 a.m. and 6.i:!0 pun., Rev. D. Griffiths, pastor; 2.30 p.m., Sunday School. St. Joseph (Catholic Ghuxch): Mass at 8 and H a.m.; Evening Devotions at a pm.-Rev. Father Oummerford. EISTEDDFOD SEASON TICKETS.-Tho reserved season tickets for all meetings and concerts (except Saturday), transferable, which entitle the holders to pass in and out of the grounds, prioo 30s, are now on sale at Mr A. J. Fleet's Music Warehouse, Penrhyn- road, Colwyn Bay, where plan may be seen. Srason tickets (non-transferable), 20s, may be obtained from Mr Jos. H. Roberts, Council tiffioe, Colwyn Bay. To prevent disanpoint- ment, early application is advisable, as the tickets are being rapidly taken up. l Owen Parry Jones, who ieft Abergele County School last year, has passed the First M.B. (London) Examination. Friends ,is of the school will be interested to know that from 1908 to 1910 nine former pupils of tho school havs completed degrees courses at various Universities, four at the University of Wales, three at Edin- burgh, one at Oxford, and one at Cambridge. MUSICAL SUCCESSES. Miss Mary E. Williams, Liverpool House, and Miss Florrie Williams, Firleagh, have passed the examina- tion in the Senior and Intermediate Grade in pianoforte-playing. They Ave re prepared by Mr D. D. Parry, A.R.OM., Llanrwet; "THE DAIRYMAIDS."—At the GuLd Hall on Wed.nesday aM Thursday, August 17th and latih, Mr Robert 's y nreseaita tibe famked mrusical play. '"The Dairymaids," ™ "^as revived with oijgrtal suooces in Lon- dan reoontly. Ilho cottnpany, which has been spocialiy rehearsed by Mr Maodotvaikl, has a rmrdh stronger caste d1.an is usiailJy Eeeni in tho provinoes. The pJiay is one csf tlho most amuacg farcicai oo-medies ever prodkiced, and with its wdalth 0If pretty girls in tho gymnasium, wotEh ciub and dumb-betLLs, it -claims originality which cannot be puifc to the cnadOt of many musical piays. The dreqses are from the desigma of M. Wilhcdm, and the new and gorgeouary and properties -used in the pitay «ro exactly the MJna as those -used in tibo original prodmotian. The company da headed by Mign Eve EH&, who is supported by Miss May Reins, Måm Ruby Douis, and Messrs Norman Bowyer, Donald Price-Evaro. and Bernard Vatighon. The,, welLJknown artistes, togother witlh a dhorus of 35 voices, make a caste which for its strength 3a EeSdKxm ooen in the provisoes. "THE CINGALEE.—To-nighit (marsday) and on Frttfey and Satuidlay of this week, Mr Haldane Crichifcoiv's famous oompauny "Will p. "Tbe Oin," whidh ia regamded as one of our best m-uslcai comedies. To tranaport the audi- ence, temporarily at least, from the ctern reafliam of omr prosaic life to the fiasoinatang land of woodortful. Gey Ion. is irov^anoibfiy the assured tri- umjpth of "The OunguHee," and with smh a. mato of well-known p rind pals, Miise lea Bowman, Riay Anderson, Miss Florrie Greenandth, Messrs Frank BarcPay, Frank Leimard, Herbert Flmtrk- lyn, Heifer le Mem-c, and Hyjbon Warde, and a. powerful. welLbalamoed obonua under the capable diirection of Mr D. J. Damlant it is not eurprl to hear this ooenpany has aireadjy had two years of very successful contimioas touming. Then, "The CSmguIee" pesjesse^ that abundance of Ibtsmour which goes to make' it such a, dia- Sghitful piece. TOO w< £ rd chmruu, the strange dances, and the fantastic oostaimes are orvtireJy removed from the ordinary. The book fa full of most charming conceits and ootntretamipo of the Gjjfbortuaji order, so bumper houses are car- tain to be the rule to-nHght, Friday, and Satur- I dtay. Seats may be booked in advance at Fleet's Muisao Sbores. THE ARGYItE, AbergeJe-iroad.—Mr A. WiUiiacns, resident; Mr Wwmwroghit, do., Mr R. Wainwright, do.; Serg-t. Tbmms, do.; Mr afod Mrs Holford, Odbridge, Stoke- Misses lily aDd Annie Holford, do.; Mr Artibur IIoBoid, Mr amd Atm KirkftnaTn, do.; MT T. H. K.inlHhtom A.A., do.; Master Percy Kserthcum, do.; Mr Amlue BToo" do.; Mr and Mrs Goodwin, Newtown; Master Geraimt Goodwin, do.; Mr and Mrs Andiey* London; Misses Airdley (2), <k> Miss Bfaa^cihard, do. Miss Beoford, do.; Md$3ea L. and S. Webb, do.; Mtes Crown, Mjasj- dwsiter; Miaa GantaoiB, do.; Miss Ca.men, Loo- don; Miss Bauieor, do.; Mr Cyril Brtayae* Leaffnington; MT and Mra Whiteloci, Seaocsxibo; M.iæes DoIiy a.nd Jnnie do.; Mw ] Jump, Bury; Masters Ernest amd AJberfc Jramp, do.; Miss L. Jump, do.; Mr Brown, CobIrat Caoada. OBITUARY.—Mr Edward Roftjerts, af TDanies- bury, UawianJen-road, died yesfaerday (Wednoa- day) evening. Mr RobertB, who was 74 years of age, was taken suddenly all e out on Tuesday night, and died as stated. Dr. Ven- abbes WiHiaina atbondw him. ARCADIA. Crowded audienoes have < poteonised the Pierrots this week. To-morrow (Fiad>ay^ afternoon a .grand speaiaLJap&neoB con- cert will be given, and Japanese toys aro to be diatittbated omongBt tho <Biiidnen in a6beo<6mce. diatittbated amongvt th3 in 46kocbtnm. In the o&veníÎng t.heIIe will )be a ure- qoeet" programme, mod on Sattmday zngM » epectlal ooooartk Hia aamxr of fneadb and ad- mirers will be pleased to know that Mr Fred. JWB, the popwr maiyging Mr of tbe Paeiroto «t Octorjn Bay, ia tobavo fan "bftnefiC" on Aojjrat 18th, when a fixat^wte ppc^mi&bm wtil be given, a* those who have witnewed the "tenefit" oaaoerta eI 13M Piotrota c< iaaxm I years will an visabJe. THE BROTHERHOOD.—Tho most suoooss- ful nneemg alnoo tbe Coiwyn Bay Brotbeorhood hAs been in existenoo w«a that held last San- day in the Arcadia Pavilion, when an anndSeaoj numbering conesderabty over five Jwnwtrifid aeu Bembleij together to hear an mspirmg address from the Rev. W. Bvaia^, of tbq Salfoxd Cenitral Miaakai, Manoiiester. Tie audieooa Issterted with ra;pt attewdoo. and trill look forward to a return visit by the speaker In the n-ear fubm. Tho meeting wae proa died over by Mr S. John- ebon. The special soloist cm Abb occasion waa Mr Florence G. who romdared in a capabio manrser "Tbe Better Land." The sink- ing was led by the Brotiberhcod Orchestra, Mr H. J. Evan3 accompanying on the piano. "G" COMPANY 5th BAT. R. W. FUSI- LIERS.Satarday, August 13th. imssfcetry standard teet (Table B), 2 p.m., Foryd Range.— Notk»s: Coocnpany will paxado as strongly aa possible for Church Parade on Sunday 1 the 14 th iiffit., at 10.15 a.m., owteale the Armouryj drees, walking-out order with side aims. Re- speotablo youths are "vvaxatod -as recruits for the above oompany.-By order, F. H. Borthwick, Limrt. Com. "G" Company, 5th Bat. R. W. Eusiliers. THE HORSE AMBULANCE FUND.-Mr i T. E. Purdy, vjho, with Mfldams Riviere, is -in- teresting himself in- the fund for -the provjeian of a public horse ambulance for the town, ooknow- ledges with ^Via receipt of a further^ Pub- eoription of two guineas from "A Sympathiser," which mafcee a total to date of nearly JB46. COUNTY COURT FOR COLWYN BAY.— Tho Treasury have authorised the holding of county court sittings at Colvyn Bay. ur-d the opening of an office there on one day a week. In order to obtain the sanction of the Treasury the local authority have agreed to provide the office rent iree, and the application also met with the cordial ocxjperation of the registrar, Mr R. S. Chamberlain. The arrangement will possibly come into force in thojraaw y &ar. APPOINTMENT UNDER THE BUDGET.— Mr W. Paxry Hughee, who has been for some years acting as sensor asastants surveyor in the offices of Mr R. E. Birch, has been appointed a <iraaiiglttsraam. under the X»aiKl CSausas of the GovernmeKt's Act of IPA year. Mr Hughes is A sen of ■Oc'uncdlloi* Owen Hngnes^ <rf Menad Bridge, and during axBaoCToe -at OoL wyn Bay has mado many frienda. who are glad of his success. T PROPERTY SALE-In our advertiskv col- nsaoa partisn^us be found of bm imooritanit and attractive sale <sf propertyj w!™~1 tate ptaoe at the Hotel Motrapoio. op Jtomfeynext. The awotkmeer mlbeMxF. A. Dwv> &nd the pale eombraces two of the MOA freehold shops in the town, of Ocwwyn Bay; ceo- traUy-jjlaced Luteber's shop, with Woug-i-ber- houses, etc., at the reai. in the town of Old CfcAwyn; aoid aJoo two of the moat important building sites renaacmng unbuaSt upon i^Okl Colwra and Rho^on-Se^ a number of freehold and ka«fe>-d houses, etc., atb Old CoiVyn and Peneann, Aber- K<LLANDUDNO-COLWYN BAY ROAD.—It was resoiKned ai Fxidtey's meeting oi tbe Coorway Rural Dlfitriot Council to ^ppoont ref^esentotaves of flsat awthorSy to meet ^r^ewbattvee of Cbiwyn Bay and Ocwmcils, tbe C^narvonahare Ccnmty^Ccwmcal, together with Mr Wm. Hortcoj arth. with the object of dlscruesLn# wbaitste$>a ehouikl be taken to obtaim a free r<^doomttOTUii- crntion between LDANDWCN) S is the curtcomo of the recent with regard to the orec:U- of a tod-geto on th-o rcoa by Mr Wm. Horton, refereooea to whach have been made in these cotocms- GARDEN PAfiTY.—On Taoidw a garden party was gcven by the stadents at 'the Afracsam £ *4ite. In the afternoon matoh was played between jisitorB a»d stunts. Vamous amusementa were provided for ivisitors, atrf tea was also served. In the m entorbam- xaamt ^raa held. Many useful and fancy arteo.es oa sale, and an interesting .c^ecW African oirrrosities wiere ex-heated by ^e ^u^nto. The proceeds went m atd of <fce Institute.
LIST OF VISITORS. (Continuation from 2ndi page). COLWYN BAY HOTEL. W Whitehead. Esq., Manchester. J. C. Eodes, Esq., Soutihport. J. W. Bowker, Esq., Manchester. E. Rycroft, Esq., Baxnatey. Midd Esq., do. Mrs Middlemas, do. Miss NlAawn-ts, do. Miss Bointon, K-ilmamock. H. Vaisey, Esq. London, Mrs VlÚooy, do. Miss Vaisey, do. Master Vaasey, do. Miss Tweenie, do. T. Spencer, Esq., Bolton, Mrs Spencer, do. F. Monk, Esq., do. Miss Squires, London, Miss Fisher, do J. Walien, Esq., Halifax. Mrs Walton, do. Mrs Inglia. London. Misa Tweecfie, do. F. Seaioy, Esq., do. Mrs Seaiey, db. Miss Higgins and maad, do. C. Edwards, Esq., Staffs. Miss Edwards, do. Miss O. Edwards, do. G. Dewhurst, Esq., Preston, Mrs Dewhurst. do. F. Mollinger, Eaq., Arnheim. Mrs Mollingwr, do. Miso Moll'inger, do. Bedell, Esq., Manchester. Mrs Bedieil, do. Bilton Brook, Esq., and family, Hudderslield Mrs Brook, do. G. Greatbotch, Eaq., Stoke. Mrs Greatbatch, do. F. Wedsworth, Esq., Macclesfield. Mrs and Mies Wads worth, do. Archer, Esq., Manchester. Miss E. Ratsey, Hants. Ms Ratsey, do. Miss Thompson, Chester. W. Miles, Esq., King's Lyim. Mre Miles, do. J. Redmond, Esq., Dublin. E. Turner, Esq., Iiosfcan. G. TunstaH, Esq., Warrington. E. Sankey, Esq., Leigh, Misa Newton, Oldham. S. Harris, Esq., London. G. Harria Esq., do. Miss E. Thompson, Ouddington, Miss Tempest, London. H. B. Jones, Esq., Liverpool W. S. Jones, Esq., do. W. Bates, Esq., Chester. M-i-sa Robinson, Blackburn. R. Pym, Esq., Oldham. Mrs Pym do. Master Pym, db. Misa M. Oox, U S.A. Mias Arnold, do. S. Sankey, Esq., Warrington. Tho Rev. Mr Nixon, Liverpool. The Rev. Mr Poland, do. CRAIGLANDS (Hawa-rden Road). Mr and Mra Charnook, ToHerton, York. The Misaee Charnook, do. Miss Wiooass, OsbaWwick. Miss Ogden, Mandvester. Baby Whitehead, do. Maaier Fred (Hough, db. Mr and, Mrs Chapman and baby, do. Mr and Mra Denby Berry and baby, do. Mrs Moffifc, do.
PENMACHNO. SPECIAL SERMON.—Mr John Pugh Jones preached-at a special service held .at the Wes- iejam Chapel, on Sunday, and has been re- tained to preach, at the special service to be heLd <m the first Sunday next August. CROWDED CHURCH.-A special English service was beld at the Parish Church, on Sunday, the Rev. Ben Jones-oiffciating. The Church was crowded with visitors staying in the district. HONOUR FOR LOCAL FANCIER.—Mr T. R. Jones, Moss Hill, the -WeU-hm*wn -oollic breeder, has been nominated judge by the Kennel Club Show, Birmingham. He recent- Jy acted as judge at the Wirral Show. ANGLING.—A meeting of aniens is to be Jttdd next Saturday, at the Church House, with the object of forming a local Angling Association. The Ma<ihno liiver ia oive of the best in the Principality for trout, but -owing to -the scarcity of river watchmen, the fish- iag is somewhat marred by thie depxedationa of poachers. It is proposed to re-stock the riy,ir, and peg it out against the attacks of poAcb@r0 IMPROVED TEIOROUGHFASIL — Tbe County Ooancil's oontract in Tepairing the road leading into the village has Almost been oomyLetad. with the result that the -entrance À88 been much improved. Me lasd for the purpose of widemng the road wa« given to the County Authority by Dr. W. M. Wil- t. liana and Mr Hugh Hugbee, J-E.
I Plftft -<)i LLANRWST. RELIG ioUfl^SERVICES. The fonowmg wiil officiate at the different; places W'DrdhaD- UeWt BMXkr: Pariah Church. 10.30 aon. «LXid 6<p.m., Welsh Devotiona. St. Mary's CSmrch: 11 a.m. and 6 pra., Eq. gliáb. Devotions. Seion. (CJ^Ll: Rev. Lewis Williazns, Codwyn. (C.M.): Rev. R. 0. WilStenu, i Amlwch. Tabernacle (GJ: Rev. J. Hughes, Festiniog. Ebenozer (C.): 6 pan^ Prayer Meeung. Horeb (WJ: Rev. Gwilym Roberts. Benuei (B4: Prof. Evans, Bangor. St. Jaxuea' English Wesleyan Church: Rev. T. F. Elfewnan.. Roman. Oathoiio (Cambro-Breton Missioaii; Holy ComnHiTtion at 8.30 aan., Parochial Mass at 11 a.m., WeL-1 Devotioing at 6.30 p.m.—G. M. Trebco1 O.M.I. OUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE is Mr Chambers, 5, Poplar Grove, to whom ail coni- munications should be addressed, and who will also receive orders lor the "Nortn Wales Chronicle.3' THE REV. J. JONES, formerly Wesleyan minister at Exlwysback cccupiod the pulpit at Horeb on Sunday. UNION INN.-At the petty eeesions on M, on- day, con the-«pplioafcion of Mi J, R Humphreys, Mr Robert-P. Roberta was granted a permanent transfer of tho liicenoe of the Union Inn from Mrs E. S. Richards. VISITORS.—A large number of visitors are staying- in the town and district, while numbers of trippers patronise the old tnwD. daily. AN OFFICIAL HAOB et the eports on Mon- day between three well-known residents resulted in Mr D. G. Wilson winning easaly. ACCIDENT.—WihdJe a motorist was passing a bh&rabano in StaAion-toad yeaterdiy aitemoon the motor oar knocked a ^barrow stamdmg by the cuspb-atooo tiaougti the wimdfcxw of tSua Man- chester ofathrwig establghn-ieiyt. MOTOR SPEED.—At the petty sessions on Momdayi Mr O. Iqgoed Jonea drew Attention to the exoeaeave epeeefc Stained by motor cars travelling through the town. Some of the drivers, he a" were respectable persons, but a large number were "absolutely mad," and took no notioeof the speed limiiof ten JELIIM throagh the town. He conaidcsed five miles an how even too fast round the daiigcroua curves where the pedesuiame continiBally barely saved them- aeJnres from being run over.—Sapt. Boresford said the police lead timed a large number of motor c&ra which traveUed-At the prescribed .rate through Station-road. He quite agreed that five miles an hour was sufficient speed to go. round the curves. PETTY SESSIONS. — Thes9 sessions were held on Monday, before Mr O. Lsgoed Josaes (chairman), Colonel Higson, Messrs W. J. W £ l- hams, E. MilJs, L. O. R. Ashdey, and Holland Roberts, David Roberts, Swch yr Bafod. lion- ddewi. and David W. Jonea, Narrow^treet^w-ere each fined 10s and costs for being drunk in Bridge-street on August 4th. P.C. J. Jones stated that he had guooeeded in keeping the men from licensed premises, but women subsequently broughlt drunk for both men. The Chairman said such a state- of affairs was not to be tolera- ted, And he instructed the police to adopt proper measures in such oasas. SUNDAY SCHOOL CHILDREN ENTER- TAINED.—The Misses Jones, Tynycaeau, on Saturday entertained to tea the children attend- ing Tarfaxnfedw Sunday SchooL SUCCESSES.—Master H. Watling, &on of J3r H. J. W. Watling, J.P., has gained a. scholarship at the Bradfield College, Birks.— Mses Janes, Rhiwdafna, and Mr Caraxioo Mills won prizes at the Oorwenj Eisteddfod. TRADESMEN'S ASSOCIATION.—At a meet- ing of this Assocdafcon on Monday, Mr At fred T. Hughes presiding, it was decided to call the attention of the auttooritiea to the speed1 attained by motor oara passing through tbe town, which, it was stated, occasionally reached the rate of 20 mitea an hour. FOR THE GUIDANCE OF VISITORS.— The signboard ordered by the Urban Council denoting places of interest in the district was erected near the station entrance on. Tuesday. THE VALE OF CONWAY SHOW.—Great interest is evi-uoed in the horticultural section of the Vale of Conway Agricultural Show. This is an innovation and is likely to become a per- manent feature of the show. THE READING ROOM AND LIBRARY.— Mrs Carver, Poplar Grove, has intimated her intention of presenting to the Public Reading Room ajnd Library two book cased in memory of her late father, the Rev. Do Charles Evans, F.G.S. PERSONAL.—Colonel Higson, J.P., was driving through the town on Tuesday in his cew motor car. lie was acoompaaiied by Major Priddle, J.P., and Mrs Priddle.—The daughter of Mr Isaac Jones Town Hill, and her husband are over here on a visit from 'the United States. Mi Foulkes, J.P., the chairman of the Holy- head Board of Guardians, and Mr Jones, the master of the Valley Workhouse^ visited' the town on Friday.—Inspector Wvse has recovered' from the effects of his recant ilineKs. MARKET SQUARE.—Excellent results have followed! the use of tar macadam on the Square. GWYDR CASTLE, which is open to the pub- lie, has been visited by a large number of people during tho past fortnight. "ARWEST GEIRIONYDD. A corres- pondent writ ;What has become of the 'Arwest Gearumydd' ? I hope such an ideal Welsh meeting which 3*as proved so su<j3essful ia the past will not be allowed) to fall through." FOR AMERICA. Miss Enid Thomas, Fron- FOR AMERICA. Miss Enid Thomas, Fron- deg, accompanied by a friend, sailed for New York by the S.S. "Carmania" cm Tuesday on" a visit to her aunt and other relatives. BANK HOLIDAY SPORTS.—The following are the results of the q-uoiting matches held in connection with the above sports, the finals be- ing decided subsequently —Open C2ass Davies (postman) and Stephen Hughes beat T. W. Orlpn aDd David Jones 21 to 19; prizes box oi cigars, presented by Mr Idwal Parry and S.M. pipe in case by Mr W. Morris. Novice Class Humphrey Roberts and W. E. Roberts bea.t Archie Carter and John Casey; prizes, silk square presented by Mr W. J. WilHams and smokers' companion by Mr John Thomas. A FINE SALMON.—Mr Norton, Penmaen- mawr, fishing in the Well Pool on Saturday, landed a salmcm weighing 181bs. THE CHURCH.—The P^ov. D. C. Davies, late curate of the parish, is announced to pleach next Sunday morning at St. Mary's Church, and in the evening at the Parish Church. RESIGNED.—Mr John Davies, Bryniog, has resigned his membership of the Llanrwst Rural District Council and the Board of Guardians and this will necessitate an election, in the Llan- rust rural parish. TABERNACLE BAZAAR—Mr T. Rogers Jones held a sale by auction on Friday of the articles unsold at the recent bazaar which al- together realised1 hetwecm £ 260 and £ 500. At the termination of the sale, Mil John, Berry, on behailf of the Bazaar Committee, presented Mr Rogers Jones with a gold pendant for conduct- ing the sale. The Rev. Cynwyd Williams also spoke in eulogistic terms of Mr Rogers Jones* services. VALE OF CONWAY AGRICULTURAL SHOW.-Th-e entries for the show this year has constituted a record since its establishment. Providing the climatic conditions are favourable it will also undoubtedly prove a record financial success. THE PENRHYN QUARRY BAND verted the town on Tuesday and dined at the Eagles Hotel. Subsequently they gave selections on the Square. NO FURTHER ACTION. A special nutting of the Geirionydd Council was held at the Board Room on Tuesday, when it was decided Jot to take further steps relative to the Maenan gulley dispute. OBITUARY. The death occurred yesterday week of Mr Richard Jones, Gwydr View, after a lingering illness, at the age of 52. The de- ceased, who was bom at LLanrwst, left with his parents for London when 6 months o!d and he stayed there untnl 1891 when he was married, and returned to his native town to reside. He was the youngest soa of Mr Jones, Grigfryn Farm, Lknsadfraid, his mother being the daughter of the late Mr J. IJoyd, Sheffield House, Llanrwst. He was a member of the Bantiet Church and politically a staunch C'hn- eervatave. He leaves a widow and -one daughter to mourn their loss, Tho interment took place on Monday at St. Mary's Church Cemetery, the Rev. E. Rvacs, Bangor, officiating at the house and tbe Rev. Jenkin Jones at the graveside. Amongst the chief a-UTnem were:—Mrs Jones (widow), Miss Aimio Iloyd Jon" (daughter), Maea A. LI Jones, Loudon (sister), Mr Idris Ii Jones, Anglesey House (nephew); Mrs Williams, Penybryn, Llanddoge* (sister-ra-Law); Misses Sophia Jones and SaHio WilHams, Trwyn Swch Farm (nieces); Messrs T. Williams, Trwyn Swch Farm; D. Owen, Maes, and Elis Williams, Brynsaitb (brothers-in-law), Mr W, E. Jones, Anglesey Hoom. Dr. How Williams, Mr Uewelyn Jones, LlY8 Ivor; Mr Arrihie Carter, Mr A. Haarker, aDd Mr A. S. Helms.Wres.ths were Bent by Mrs Jones (widow), Miss Jonea MM, Miaa A. Li. Jones (London), Mrs Jottes (Loradon), Mrs Jones (Birmingham House) and Mr Helms (Electricity Works). Mr J. Wynne had charge of the f uneral arrangements. j THE LATE MRS W. G. OWEN. Her numerous frkracfc will hoar witih regret o £ tbe death of Mrs Catherine M. Owen, tho wile of Mr W. G. Owen, Metropolitan Bank, which took pliaco on Wednesday evenimjp last week, at the itgo of 34. The deceased lady was tho daughter of Mr Robert Evan^ 19. Bufford-cd., LiYerpool> and granddaughter to tile late Mr Griffith Owen, Greenwich House, She was mar- ried to Mr W. G. Owen about 6i years ago, when she oame to reside at Llanrwsrt* where sbs aoon drew around her a large oiroia of adm.;r- iojr friends. She was-a mamber-of the Tafcor- nacle Congregatioisal Chapei, and .man'¡ed the deepest interest in everything appersi,-iuis to tOO church and the cause. She was of a most charitable dzpoqotacm,, and leaves a blank in local eooad drdea which it witl be diffi.- oult to ill un. Sh6 IS survived bv lher husband and two fittle children, with wh-tbø keeaiest aynapathy a felt. The interment took place on Saturday, at Sedon C.M. Cemetery, the Rev. W. Cynwyd Wil- liams, assisted by tie Rev. R. G. Beery, offici- ating. Amongst the chief mourners were:—Mr W. G. Owen ftiusband), Mr Glyime Evans, Liverpool (bro); Messrs R. G. Owen, Green- wich Housa; J. R. Jorta^ Aelygrlh, Portmadooj D. G. Owen, Brecon; A. LL Morris, PortniadoCj J. Charles McLean, Aberystwyth; and Llew. William^ Crosby (brothci^in-law); Messrs H- Owen, Bangor; T. Owen, Liverpool; Owen Owen, Pwllhela; and W. J. Rogers, Wrexham (undue); Messrs Gwilym Owen, Bangor, and Mr Arthur Owen, Llanrwst (coufin^); and the deaoons of Tabernacle Chapel. Wreaths we>re eent by:—Mr W. G. Owen and Misa Megan, Owen (kuaband and daaigb- tar); Mr R. Evans, Liverpool (father); Misses Evans and Mr Glyone Evans; Mr and Mr& LL Williams, Crosby, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs R. G. Oweo, Greenwich House; Mr and Mrs J. B. Owen, Portmadoo; Mias Janette Owen, Wrex- ham j Mias Mary Owen, Greenwich House; Mr and Mrs W. J, Rogers, Wrexham; Mr and Mrs D. G. Owen, Brecon; Mr and Mrs Å Ll. Morris, Portmadoo; Mr and MJS A. T. Hughes* Comp- tan House; Mr J. D. Jones, solicitor; Mr and .Xim T. Rogers Jones, Gorphwysfa; Mrs JEvaiip, Glanaber hot4 Bettwsyooed; Staff, Metropoli- tan Bank; Miss Gladys Pritchard, Liv.erpool; Mr T. Latimer Janets samd-Qr Mr and M-rs J. R. WHTiaana, Barmouth; Dr. And Mis Morgan, Conway; Moss Marian Jones* Bootte-j Mr & Jones Owen, J.P.; Mr J. E. Jones, London .and Midbjid BanIk; Mra RobertB and Miss-Joes, Car- trefle; Mra Owen, Bridigo-stroet; Mr and Mrs Targett, Poplar Grove; Mr and MMoLaan, Aberystwyth; and Misses Margaret and &axs2i WSliams, Bank House. Mr D. G. Wilson, Staitioxuroad, carried out the funeral arrange- meats.
LLANDDULAS. NEW CHURCH HOUSK—On Satarday week the Countess of Dundonald will lay the foimdSa,- tion. stone of the new buikExtg* whadh is now be- ing ereoted at the corner of BaWAh Avenue. Tlie ceremony will be performed by her lady- ship at 3 pan., and a collection will be r.- &d0 towards the Building Fund. The balance re" quired amounts to £ 600. ENGLISH SERVICES are being held during this month at Salem Wesleyan Chapel, Rhydy- foel, conducted by Mr Barrow, a Liverpool gentleman, who has visited the neighbourhood for several seasons. The services are well atten- ded. THE CURACY FL-NTD.-Towards this fvnd Messrs P. Owea Davies, Pennington Terrace, and R. Henry Hughes, Tycroes Lodge;, have collected upwards of £10. THE REV. J. A. ENOCH, pastor of the Ckm, salem Church, preached at the Great Mersey- street Chapel, Liverpool, on Sunday. CHURCH LADS' BRIGADE.-Tho mem- bers of the Church Lads' Brigade, in connec- tion with St. Peter's t2 Church, will arrive here on Saturday for their camp. ThiO Rev. A. H. Barnes, who will be in charge of the Brigade, will preach at the Church, on Sunday morning. MOTOR ACCIDENT NEAR TAN"ROGO.- On Sunday a motor accident occurred mesx Tan'rogo Hall, WhiitLe a Llanduxkio car, con- taining a lady and gentleman, was coming from the direction of Abergele another car came down the hill from Clip-y-Terfyn, and to avoid a collision the Llandudno gentleman swerved his machine to the left, coming into violent contact with the wall. Tho glass SCroet1 waa smashed, and the broken glass cut the lady's faoo some- what severely. Aid was promptly procured, and the lady was taken to Llandudno by carriage. The gentleman's prompt action undoubtedly avoided what would otherwise have been a serious accident.
LLANGERNYW. SUNDAY SCHOL MEETING.-The quarter- ly Sunday School meeting of the C.M. Churches was held at Garnedd C-M. Chapel on Sundteuy, when delegates were present from Gwytherin, Cae'rgraig, Tynypant, Pandy Tudnr, Cein Coch, Garnedd, and Llangernyw. At the morn- ing meeting, the children were catechised, tho afternoon being devoted to catechising the Senior Division. The subject for discussion was "The duity of parents to be faithful to the Sun- day School, which was opened by Mr Peter II. Roberts, Cao'rgTaig, followed by Messrs Evan Davies, Richard Jones, J. M. Jones, and Rev. E. J. Jones, B.A. CERNYW COTTAGE (otherwise called Cwm) has been let for a few weeks to Surgeon-Sodonel Coatee and party from Manchester. SCHOLASTIC.—A correspondent -A-riteo;- The non-appearasice, liitherto, of the district rcsul t3 of tho retort scholarship examina;ti«n in connection with tho Llanrwst County School causes some comment locally, reeing that other County ohcol district results have been ahe^iy published. TESTIMONIAL TO "HYWEL TUDUR." TESTIMONIAL TO "HYWEL TUDUR." —The Rerv. Hywel Roberts (Hywel Tudur), who has he.1d the pastorate of Capel Uew, Clynncog, eiooe 1897, has for some time been in ill-health and is about to undergo an operation. A com- mittee oontristin.g of the religious leaders of Clyriinog district ha-ve decided to make a testi- monial to mark their appreciation of his services as & pastor, preacher, writer and poet. Many in Llangernyw, of which the rev. gentleman is a native, will no doubt be glad to hear of this movement, and all will wish Mr Roberts a speed v recovery. C.M. CHAPEL BAZAAR. A successful bazaar in aid of the new C.M. Chapel funds was heM on Wednesday and Thursday last week, which resulted in a profit of £ 140. The bamar was declared open on vy ed- nesdiay afternoon Ijy Lady Roberts, of Bryn- gwenallt. whilst Colonel Sandboch, J.P. Ilafod- unos, acted as chairman. The proceedings on the second day were opened by Miss Morris, of Liverpool gM Llansarman, with Dr. J. O. Jones, of Llanfaar, as chairman. The following' is a list of the stallholders: — Elwy Stall: Mm-E. J. Jones (president). Miss Edtaiarcte, Ribosymaun; Miss Owen, Tanyffos; Mil" M. Owen, Maeeol; Mrs Owen, Gerddi Gloieion; Mrs Jones, Bron Wylia; Misa Annia Morris, and Nurse Jones. Gollen Stall: Mra J. M. Jones, The Mill (pre- sident); Mrs J. Jones, College; Miss Owen, Maesol; Miss M. Edwards, Rhosymaun; Mrs Davies, Penybont; Mra Jones. Penrhiw; and Mrs Evans, Fron Gclkn. Cledwen Stall: Miss Jones, Pentre Wern (pre- sident); MTs WilEams, Pentre; Miss Jones, Tyddyn Ucjha; Miss Williams. Dolau; Mra Jones, Bont Faen; Miss A. Jones, Pentre Wem; Mrs Davies, Nant; and Mra Williams, Shop Isa. Gerwyn Stall: Mra Williams, (president); Mies Williams; Mrs J. Jones. Penisa'rllan; Mrs Jones, Goel; M-r-s Davies, Peinisa'rllan; and Mrs Roberts, iynypwIL Collen (Refreshments) Stall: Mrs Parry, Poet Office (president); Mrs Manod Owen; Miss Wil- liistms, Canol Llan; Mra Edwards. Rhosymaun; Miss Ellis, Twlo; Mre Owen, Maesol; Mrs Jones, Tulhwait-i'r-'Nant; Mrs A. Williams; and Mrs Mary Williams, Canol Llan; and Miaa L. Davies. Nant. Miss Davies, St. Asaph, and Mrs Liew Wynne, Liverpool, took charge of the China Stall and Provision Stall, with Miss Brown (Southport) and Mrs Thomas, of Liverpool (a native of Llan- gernyw) also recdeied valuable and material help. The mtertainmenta were in charge of Messrs Llew. Wynne and Majood Owen, and the foHow- ing took part in tbe programme:—Madame
A. J. FLEET, The Music Warehouse, Penrhyn 7(gad, COLWYN BAY. Agent for the Celebrated CHAPPELL PIANO. Library of Music Rolls for Piano Players. Sole Agent for the 11 ELECTRELLE HLAYER-PIANO. PIANOFORTES, MUSIC, GRAMOPHONES, &c. HIGH-CLASS TUNERS. TUNERS-Llandudno and Colwyn Bay Pavilion Pianos* -i T~\ T T r\ O T) T? T? AT Corner of Ahbe? Road J^IIUO \JJ K JtL JLL IN and-Marine Drive, near (GARDEN CITY) (Colwyn Bay). IDEAL HOMES BUILT TO PURCHASERS' OWN IDEAS FROM X250 AND UPWARDS. Architects:—SYDNEY MOSS, 4, St. Ann's Square, M-A-NCHESTER. A T^. r.R. A. or JOSEPH PEAKCE, Royal Insuranoe BuildSngs, LIVERPOOL. ,r HOTEL BELLE VUE, TREFRUai SPH. OVERLOOKING Biver Conway and bea-atiful Trefriw Valley, under entirely BieW < V-r Maaa^eBnent. Bteofcrib IigihSi thsrou^>ou±. Reserved Trout and Safenoii free "W Ilotal TM(56OTS, Bifiiardb, Motor Garage, Boating on River Cozwsaj, Go £ X^NKA, luata Temde efo. Iisvdy Waits, Mouotzuneeiing. Ooactsaa fexzn Liarudadco paas daily. AV. Steamboan at Quay aiQc&iiaig Hotei. Teiepiiaoe: 200, Llaimrst. Deaznptive TsraS.—Mto* agcreea. T
OLD COLWYN. ST. JOHN'S CHURCII (EMIMH).-Rev. J. Griffi-tlts, yicar.-Il am, Service and Sermon; 6.50 p.m., Servioe and Sermon; Thur-qday, 7 p.m., Service end Semxa*. THE TEtlOLKEB.—,A. ncnrcl troupe of enter- t&iiiCTS ha-ve made tlheix aptpoaranoo at the Oid Coisryn end of tho Pioioeaapde. Tber incksdo vooaliaiB of a liigh order, and ootoadiaica of different shades of humour. Mr Banry GiL moro's J1*1 Tfy iniorpoSatisoDS 3*re feature o £ the entertaincaeni, wthile Mr Ghats. Hnrtwfonrs ia greeily epplstuded. Mr Jack BadisuxJaoa acta as acoompBiniat and solo pianist. Of the lady meriten of the troupe Mitts Beoiaaoe Fisher a a i&VOUZ-Ite, while Mr Dot Irsiog's daJirang grea^. ly attracts. Ine propnstor and manager, Mr Roger Alwyn, hia^ hsid & wide esporienoe aa vocalist, comedian, stage, and business manager at the Sivcrv MOMbre, London, and elsewbem YISnXIBS.—A great, number of visitors are now staying at Old Colwyn. PKRSO-NAL.-The Rev. J. Griffiths, vicar of Old Colwyn, is spending a. well-earned holiday. ST. JOHN'S CHTJBCH.—The Rev. George Roberta, vicar of GwersyUt, near Wrexham, will preach at the morning and evening ser- viacs, on Sunday. The offertories will be in aid of the Church Tower Fund. BOWLING.—It is proposed to form a. bowling club et Old Cfclwyn, and for this purpose a public meeting is to be held in the Assembly Rooms, when all interested ar ted to iatend. WEDDING.On Tuesday morning, at St. Catherine's Church, the marriage took pla-ce of Mr Archibald Douglas Stewart, of Keel, Staffs., and Miss Mary Young, Brooklyn, Old Colwyn. The bridesmaids were the Missee Young (gistera of the bride), and the bride- groom was accompanied by Mr Ash-worth. The bride-waa given aw-syby herfather. The Rev. LL A. Richards, M.A., officiated. The wedding1 breakfast was served at Brooklyn. The h.appy couple left for Barmouth to spend their honeymoon.. AT ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, on Sunday, after evening service, an organ recital was given by Mr Bryan Warhurst, A.R.C.M., L.R.A.M., assisted by Mias Gladys Sander- son, Miss Elsie Stephenson, and Miss Ger- trude Bond. The programme was as follows Preludio largo-(Oorelli); and-antino (Lemare); recit and air, "Ye, Sacred Priests" (Handel), Miss Elsia Stephenson; andante (from "Yio- lin Concerto"), (MenSLelasalm); song, "0, Divine Redeemer" (Gounod), Miss Gertrude Bond; eong, "The Lord is my Light" (Allit- sen), Miss Gladys Sanderson; march (from "Tannhauser"), (Wagner). The Church was crowded and a collection was made in aid of the Choir Fund. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. On Friday morning, P.O. Holgate, Old Oolwyn, was summoned to Cadogan Storea, where -his attention was directed to a man, who appeared to be suffering from severe injuries to his throat. Hia name was given as Henry Bell Cooke, and he was described as a coachdriver. Cooke made a statement to the officer, and in consequence, he was conveyed in charge of P.C. Holgate and P.C. Williams, Penmaen, to the Conway Union Infirmary, where he now lies, being medically treated by Dr. R. Arthur Prichard, the Union medical officer. Cooke, who is 42 years of age, had been somewhat depressed of late, in consequence of some dispute as to a cer- tain estate. At Friday's meeting of the Conway Board of Guardians, Mr J. W. Rayrues, Llysfaen, enquired whether any payment from the police or other authorities for attendance and maintenance at the Workhouse was made to the Board in such cases? The Clerk re- plied that, from the enquiries he had made, he believed Cooke would be able to bear whatever expense was incurred. The unfor- tunate man hailed from Norwich. It was de- cided that the matter of preparing the man's bill should be left in the hands of the Col- wyn Bay Relief Committee. It is anticipated that Cooke will appear before the county magistrates after he has recovered sufficient- ly from his injuries, when he will be charged with attempted suicide.
LLANGWSTENIN. LOCAL FOOTPATHS—A letter from the IiangTTstenMi Parish Council wath reference to local foatpailis was read at a meeting- of the Ocmwtay Pau-al District Council, on Friday, in wiicsh tho ramal a»than5ty were asked whether they wotfld be prepared to approadh the Com- mons and Footpaths Preservation Society for their as to the free footpaths in tbe parish. it was -pesoWed to tatngr t2- matter be- fore the OouraeH at their next meeting.
TALYBONT. THE C.M. BAZAAR.—The sum of £ 150 was realised at the bazaar recently held in aid of tho C.M. Chapel building fund. PERSONAL.—The Rev. W. E. Williams con- tinues to make good progress towards recovery after his recent illness
ROEWEN SEION (M.C-).-Y SafcJwgh nessuf gwzsagU nzz&etihsxr am ddsg y booea a dtareah y new gun Bwcfti Iaecao Jodqs, u. ^^HBENJ5XI8i (A j—GarasanraethiLr am ddau gtash gaa y Perah. J. £ L Jones, swaimidog. I YMW-isLwylL--Nw ydym wodi gwejbft cysEBJUt o ynwpehryr citocd y ffonH hja ao £ -^ydd aj1 Lyn o bryd. Mse ifisweroBoB jn d^a$ troeodd o Aber, T j»rcfa>r/KtM,rl a TV»iin»>flTwrrM»^^5 a riiasd dweyd n«d oes end yohyd^g nad y&pitL yn gwario ar lywiwtih noa galydd -er-dBaani/jxi pentaiofwyd. Gresyn fod oyn. Qeded o -at gymerjd ymwelwyr. GWIBB ysgol y M., fyned i Rhyl dydd Lhm ncaai, a'r AsmsfcynwSJtfi i LajKfadno. IJogi oarfcydan o Trefriw1 jj,' by<kEts hwy bob blwydtiyirv. Gwetaia haoee Iwyei Bgwyafcaoh. wedi ymiurio a'u gilydd fyned i'r an He.
RHOS-ON-SEA. NARROW ESCAPE PTtOM FIRE.—lafl week tie Rfcos-oai-Soa Goef Ghrb hoaa» narroiiB escaped DESTEACFCKAN by Sre, W3MC& brcJoe out NG one of the bedrooms. Luddly, it was sx onoe debacted, and tbe burndnp anatertiais thrown <AI$ of the window.
"LLANELIAN. LLAN E HAN PARISH CHURCH. — J4 English service will be held next Sund-ayll 10.45.—27847p
LLYSFAEN. OBITL ARY.—Miw JOAne ILoTd Robei^k dBughter of Mr R. Roberta, StczeZtouse, Ut^ £ i faen, passed a reoessfcly at tOO eoirly age C BDrtean. Hie Rev. D. Dsavies, roctor of i3)t parish, officiated at the funeral. Mr and Roberts wirih to tend their erinoerest 11 LS tJ» frieoda and infoaisraztta of 3Ljyfr»en for iheti kind syanpatSiy in tSiear greai, bereavement. afIi, for the Sowea rand wseaa^eent in, resmembraoiaS cl -Lhc--r dearly loved daucbbw,
EGLWYSBACH. VLSITORS. AU available aooommodsutaqjl' here 1B taken by tihe locltgmg- j ing wedl booked till tbe end of fih-ia month. II more tian -,vza zt&iifible no dooubt this valley wouid bo well patronised during the soro* mer months. NEW SUNDAY SCHOOL.— The Wesleya* Connexion hem p-p- Shortl-y to IDP- a n" Sunday Sdhool brajodi at Talyoscfa. Negotåaior tiona have been opened with Lady McLaren £ qg the purchase or lease of a suitabfe plot of laflS for tie erection of a new fciuiiding" for tViia petapi POSB. PARISH COUNCIL.—Mr Evan Jones, Rhiw« presidied at a meeting of this Council to-d^! week. Tho deputations appointed to via* various footpaths in the district reported tbarel on; and it was resolved to repair the Footpath ccmdtiianaily upon the bm=uts proiw ing the neoeseary stones and cartaga. It was »«■ eolved) also to repair tbe stiles on Oaiiorys Foofr path, and to place a new stile on Ty'n-y-GsK, Footpaah, On the mc-tion of Mr Jesse WillianBt it was decided to call the attention of the CbaDt ciJ to the state of the Bontruerwydd Bridge ami river, and to aak them to have the bed of thtt river cleared, at this place, as in winter tin*#1 tfae footpath alongside is flooded, and totally fit to be used. A letter was read from 'flL Postmaster-General, statang- &xt the osnal for businesB an the rural poet oSioae were irtXBQ 8 a.m. to 8 .m., and asking Oomodl if change would make any inconvenience here. It was resolved to accede to the usual order; tho hours of business at the Post Office will themew fore be as follows:—Week days: 8 a.m. to a p.rn.; Bank Hobdays, 8 a.m. to 10 &m.; Sw days, 8 a.m. to 9.30 LID. ENGLISH SERVICES are now being hoW every Sunday a.t the Parish Oiwxroh; and -•'ly at tbo Wesleyan (Ebeaiezer), Chapel. Last Sxrothw the Rev. H. L. Davies, B.D., vicar, ofiEriafce* at the former in the morning, and the Rev. W. laoyid Davies, Penmaefam, occupied the pulpit at the latter in the evening.
PLEASURE STEAMERS. THE STEAMERS OF THE OLD-ESTAB- LISHED COMPANY, ST. GEORGES S.S. CO., LTD., will ply (weather and other causes permits tmg) on one of the most beautiful Bivera in Wales, between DEGANWY, CONWAY AND TREFRIW. AUGUST. Steamer Steamer Steamer leaves leaves ret-arna f roa Deganwy, Conway. Trofriw. 12 Fri. 1.55 p.m. 2. 0 p.m. 3.45 pja, 13 Sat. 2.30 p.m. 2.40 p.m. t4.30 pzol 15 Mon. 5. 0 p.m. 5.10 p-m. t7. 0 p. 16 Tues. 6. 0 pjn. 6.10 p.m. f7.50 pm- 18 Thuis.. 8. 0 a.m. 8. 5 a.m. 9.45 a.m. t Xioubtful if Steamers reach Trerrrw. Fare oocard- ing to distance. FARES.—Fore End, Is; Return, 2s. Aftez End, Is 6d; Return, 26 6d. Children, Half- price. 27689p ———————————! SAILINGS. CUNARD LINE ROAL MAIL STEAMERS. LARGEST AND FASTEST VKSSEL5 In the WORLD. "FRANCONIA" and "LACONIA" (eadIj 18,000 tons gross and Twin-Screw) now building, LARGEST AND FASTEST SHIPS TO BOSTON. From LIVERPOOL (Via Queenstown). TO NEW YORK. TO BOSTON. Campania, Sat., Aug. 13 j Ivemla, Tues., Aug. 18 Manrctania, n.at., Aug. £ 0 | Saxonia, Toe»., Aug.* CANADA.—FAST ROUTE, SPECIAL RATES For further particulars, apply to Local Ak'e*rta, or to THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COM* PANY, LTD.. Liverpool. f GREAT SALE OF FURNISHING GOODS SlS'AV AT IMPORTANT REDUCTIONS FROM REGULAR PRICES. PIONEER ) £ "d A A I Blinds Made Free. HIRE TERMS. t)nT n Qrrt3 wnr I Casement Materials over i/- per Yard A11Purch^"OTer40/. f n V-/ LJ U JL JLV XW j-/ 1 1 I Made Free. Delivered Free to any L *• A I T Railway SUtion in fit- f _,T— I Special Extra Discount off Linen Goods Britain. V LIV E R P O O L
liew Wmm, Mmllughes, Llince Zlwl; -Man** a Orel W £ IL D»rl» Tod P*rry (Bet- fcwsj, «ad Jtfea Morria, with hia party, wnSat ifim Iftiglrast Bryn Gwylau, and Miae Kitty Joaes, tie GardpHifl, acted The d Yr Wynne and Mzocd Owen oos^ibuted xmicli to the suooem of tbe baraar. Anxmgrt tioao who aoooarited the moyeinent trvacj support were Mia W. Oernyw Jones, of Idrerpool astd iJangeesiyw, and Mr T. IL Itobcrto, Stag Hotel. Lmiigeruiyw. The offieuki of the Bunax Coanmitiee were:—Mra E. J. JonGB, president j Misa M. A. Willi&ms, trea surer, and Mias Lloyd, Ty Du. aa the emergetio BBaretaxy.