ABERGELE AND PENSARN. CHURCH SERVICES. St. Michael's Church.—8 a.m., Holy Com- munion, 2nd, 3Td, 4th and 5th Sundays in the month; 11 a.m. on the 1st Sunday; 9.45 a.m., Welsh Service and Sermon; Holy Communion on 1st and 3rd Sundays; 11 a.m., English j Service and Sermon; 2.30 a.m., Sunday School in the Church House; 6 p.m., Wcieh Servics and Sermon. St. David's Church (Pensarn). 11 a.m., English Service and Sermon; 6.30 p.m., Eng- lish Service and Sermon. Clergy: Rev. Canon T, Jones, M.A. (vicar), Rev. D. Richards Griffiths, M.A. (curate). Welsh C.M. Chap-el.-lo a.m. and 6 p.m., Rev. John Oweij, M.A., Criccieth. English Presbyterian Church (Pensarn).— 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. J. Henry Davies, pastor. Welsh Wesieyans.-IO, Rev. J). Morris; 6, Mr J. H. Jones, Llanfair. English at 11.15, Rev. D. Morris. Welsh Baptists. E-ev. W. G. Owen (Llifon). Welsh Congregationalists. Rev. W. Da- vies, pastor. BOY SCOUTS.—A party of Boy Scouts are encamped at Pensarn. Among the hundred who are quartered in Coed Coch Park are twelve from this district. They left the town on Saturday, and will remain under canvas until the 27th instant. THE REGISTRAR.—The district relieving officer and registrar of births and deaths (Mr J. Ellis Williams) has this week taken his tresidance at Albert Cottage, Castle Place. MR JUDSON'S SUCCESSOR.—Mr James Buchanan, of Oban House, Kinmed-terrace, being the only nominee for the vacant seat in Pensarn Ward, he has been declared elected as councillor in place of Mr G. Hubert Judson, who some weeks ago resigned. MORE ATHLETIC SUCCESSES.—Hardly week passes without a record being made the successes of local athletes. On the Skating Rink, at Rhyl, on Friday, the two- toile Marathon race was won by Charles Da- vies (Rhuddlsn-road). There were five com- petitors, and another local athlete (Will Da- vies^ came in second. Jack Davies (brother of the last named) also secured first prize in the high jump competition at Dolgelley the other day. S^XD-MODELLING COMPETITION. —. The names of the winners in the girls' class at the above competition, inadvertently omitted last week, are as follows :-J., Ruby Fairs and Elsie Toothboth, of Birkenhead (their model being a lion); 2, Enid Parry, London House, Abergele. Messrs Rodhouse, Dave-n,try, and Deane, Altringham, were the adjudicators. Whilst themod-els were being inspected the competitors were supplied with boxes to collect in aid of the Abergelo and Pensarn Nurses Fund. The sum collected Was 6a 4d. DEATH OF MR CARTWRIGHT. His any friends will learn with regret of the death, which occurred on Friday morning, of Mr Cartwright,of Girvan House, Pensarn, after a lengthy illness. The funeral took place at the public cemetery on Monday LARGE CONGREGATIONS attended' the services at the Baptist Chapel on Sunday, the preacher being the Rev. W. G. Owen (Llifon), the new pastor. Sir Herbert Ro- berts, M.P., was present at the evening ser- vice. SCRIPTURE PRIZE WINNERS.—At the C.M. Chapel, on Sunday afternoon, the book prizes awarded annually by the Abergele District Sunday School Union to those who. obtain the highest percentage of marks at the Scriptural examination were given to the following:—Lily Williams, Compton House; Gwyneth Griffith, Bryn Llywelyn; Enid Evans, Pentrema-wr Farm; Nellie Owen, Bridge House; Annie Parry Jones, Tan- "rallt Bach; Enid Parry, London House; IdwaJ Parry, do.; Ruth Lloyd, Grenville- tfcaoQ; Annie Williams, 7, Bryntirion. Henry Williams (son of Mr Thomas Wil- liams, New-street) was not present to receive his prize, having some weeks ago gone out to Canada. ANOTHER PRIZE FOR "ROCHWYN FOREST KING.This agricultural stallion, the property of Mr R. J. Davies, of Bod- Tochwyn Fawr, won premier honours at the Agricultural Show held to-day week at Mold, Mr George Inman's horse being second. Mr Davies is heartily to be congratulated upon his successes with this valuable animal. THE SMITHFIELD.— Mr Chas. P. Sheffield conducted his weekly sale in the Smithfield on Monday, and was favoured with a good supply of stock which, met a ready demand and a good clearance. Fat cattle soLd up to JB18. A good lot of barrens and young stock were on offer, and there were plenty of customers for them. A full market of sheep and lambs met an im- proved trade, practically all being sold at most satisfactory prices. Mr E. Roberts' lambs made 21s; Mr Henry Jones' 25s; Mr J. E. Williams' 25s 9d; Mr John Edwards' 21s 6d; Mr John Ro- berta' 20s 6d; Mr P. Pritchard's 20s 6d; Mr A. Borthwiok's Ms; Mr P. Jones' 23s 9d; Mr C. Pierce's 25s 9d; Mr O. Jones' 219 3d; Mr Thos. Davies' 239 6d; Mr P. Thomas' 21s 3d; Mr E. Jones' 21a 6d; Mr J. Williams, 238 6d; Mr Jno. Owen's 223; and others up to 208. Calves were Rsarce and) dear. The stock included J* Cattle, 46"; calves, 9; pigs, 13; sheep and' lanjSs, 720. 'An extra range of penning1 is now in course of erection, and will be ready for next sale on Monday next. The first annual safe of store cattle, ewes, and rams, and &tore lambs will be held second week in September. I
BETTWSYCOED. MR R. RA w LIN SON, an ex-member of the Council, is indisposed. MR FRED CHESTER intends restarting his entertainments on Friday at the Girls' School. BASKETS for the purpose of dropping rub- bish have been placed in different parts of the village. OBITUARY.—The dea.th occurred on Friday of Mrs Annie Foster, the wife of Mr Andrew Foster, Tanygarth, at the age of 75. The inter- ment took place on Mondiay, the Revs. R. M. I Jones and J. Edwards, vicar of Brvruiford, Holy- well, late vicar of Ysbytty Ifan, officiating. THE WATERLOO BRIDGE.— It was re- ported at the Denbigh County Council meeting on Friday that the Geirionydd Rural, the Bet- twsyoocd Urban, and Penmachno Parish Coun- cils had notified! their inability to contribute to- wards the improvement of the Waterloo Bridge. It was resolved to paint the bridge as suggested) by the Joint Counties Committee.
BLAENAU FESTINIOG. OBJECTION TO SUNDAY LABOUR. At <ho Urban Council meeting a letter was read from David Jones, caretaker of the park, ack- nowledging the Council's resolution dir-ee-ting him to have the park open on Sundays in future. He had, he said, served the Council. for nearly ten years, and had always agreed to anything reasonable, but in this matter he could not con- scientiously see his way to loee the Sabbath to look after the park, and he feit there WM need for caretalong if the place was open on Sundays. In the circumstances he suggested that the Council should arramge for someone elke to do the caretaking on Sundays. The Chairman (Mr C. Roberts) said Jones wanted to keep the Sab- bath himself, but had no objection to the Council appointing someone else to break it (Laughter). Mr John JOTIOR said they should pay for Sunday lalbour. He did not thcink their caretaker would have objected to do this work had the boa.rd offered to pay him. Eventually it was resolved that the surveyor should arrange with Jones, or someone else, for the opening and closing of ti.e park on Sundays.
COED COCH. BOY SCOUTS' CAMP.—On Saturday a body cf Scouts—forty in number—came to Coed Oooh Park to be entertained in camp for a week by Mr Ed. Wynne. Most of the boys are recruits Who are urdetgoing training in readiness for the second week of the camp when old Scouts will attend. Mr Wynne has provided all the necessary equipment for those boys who have none of their own, and the Scouts are having a time. On Saturday, they will be join- ed by a senior troop, making t'he total number up to about 120. The first and second Colwyn Bay troops will be included amongst the new arrivals. Mr Wynne is manifesting a lively .and practical interest in scouting, and the boys who have already enjoyed his hospitality are loud in their praises of his kindness to them.
DOLGARROG. WINTER SNOW SPOTS.—Mr Gethin Jones has contributed an article descriptive of the latest winter snow spots in England and Wales, which will appear in a scientific production to be published thortly.
COLWYN BAY. I.' L Christ Church, Brynymaen. SUNDAY SERVICES. ENGLISH I I a.m. & 7 p.m. Vicar REV. R. OWEN, M.A. 24458 (New College, Oxford). I I LOCAL EFITERTARNMENTS. PUBLIC HALL, every evening at 8 P-m>« Mr Harry Reynolds' Animated Pictures. Special matinees on Saturdays and Wednesdays-at$pjn. ARCADIA, West Promenadei 3 pan. and 8 p.m. daily, Catin's Pierrots give entertaaln- menJ.s. BOHEMIA, Eaist Promenade, 11 anL, 3 p.m., and 8 p.m., Mr Harry ReynoW Seranaders give performances. VICTORIA PIER PAVILION, Orchestral Con- certs at 11 a.m. and 7.45 p.m. Special Concerts, Friday and Saturday evenings. 7.45. Vocofist, Miss Edith Budhanan (soprano). This week, Messrs Adeler, Sutton and AUamdaie will pre- sent, "The Cruase of the Looser-tanner," a musical comedy. PLACES OF WORSHIP. The following is a complete list of services at the various places of warship in Colwyn Bay, for Sunday next, August 21st. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. St. Paul's Church (English), Canon Ro. berts, vicar: 10 a.m., Holy Communion; 11 a.m., Service and Sermon; 6.30 p.m., Service and Sermon; 2.30 pan., Sunday SchooL St. David's, Rhiw-road (Welsh), Rev. R. D. Hughes: 10 a.m., Service aiicL Sermon; 2.30 p-M., Sunday School; 6 pm., Service and Sermon. Holy Communion an first Sunday in the month, at 10 a.m. St. Andrew's, King-road rBngiLsh), Rev, Rees Morris: 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 11 a-m., Service and Sesrmon; 2 pjtn., CBsSdpen's Service; 6.30 pzL, Senrsoe and jSeniKMi. Holy Comnrurfian at the mid-day service on the first Sunday in the month. During Advent and Lent, Service and Sermon every Thursday, at 7.30 p.m. CALVINBSTIC METHODISTS. (Welsh). EngedS: 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., the Rev. John Williams, Corwem; 2, p.m., Sunday School Bethlehem: 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., the Rev. W. D. Morris, Cwmaman; 2 p.m., Sun- day School. Harmon: 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., the Rev. W. E. Davies, B.A., LLanbcria; 2, Sunday School. Rhiw-road Mission Chapel: 10 a.m. and 6, p.m., Rev. J. E. Davies, Hoiywell; 2 p.m., Sunday Sohool. Seion, Upper Colwyn Bay: 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., the Rev. W. Ffoulkes, Bodfifari; 2 p.m. Sunday School. WESLEY ANS. Horeb: 10 a.m. and 6 pjn., Rev. J. Wesley Hughes; 2 pjn., Sunday School. CONGREGATIONALISTS. Salem: 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Rev. H. R. Wil- liams, pastor; 2 p-m., Sunday School. BAPTISTS. Tabernacle: 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Rev. Peter Jones, pastor; 2 p.m., Sunday School. ENGLISH. Presbyterian: Service 10 am. andi 6 p.m.: 2 p.m., Sunday School, St. John's (Wealevan), Conway-road: 11 a.m. Rev. T. E. Freeman; 6.30 p.m., F. J. Brigga 2.30 p.m., Sunday School. Nantglyn (Wesleyan): 11 a.m., Rev. Dr. Find- lay; 2.30 p.m., Sunday School; 6.30 p.m., Rev. Dr. FindlLay. Congregational, Sea-view: 11 a.m. and 6.30 • p.m., Rev. R. K. Evang, M.A., Oxford; V.,30 p.m., Sunday School. Baptist hergel-e-road: 11 a.m. and 6.50 p.m., p, Griffiths, pastor; 2.30 p.m., Sunday ,v_ St. Joseph (V.LLOIIC Church): Mass at 8 and 11 a.m.; Evening Devotions at G r,.m.-ILev. Father Cummerford. EISTEDDFOD SEASON TICKETS.-The reserved season tickets for all meetings and oonoerts (except Saturday), transferable, which entitle the holders to pass in and out ofthe grounds, price 30s, are now on sale at :Mr"Å. J, Fleet's Music Warehouse, Penrhyn- road, Colwyn Bay, where plan may be seen. Season tickets (non-transferable), 20s, may be obtained from Mr Jos. H. Roberts, Council Ofhoe, Colwyn Bay. To prevent disappoint- ment, early application is advisable, as the tickets are being rapidly taken up. HARRY REYNOLDS' BENEFIT.-H.R'.s. ninth annual oomplamentary benefit concert will take place in the Public Ilali, on Tuesday next. This us always a very interesting occasion, and is looked forward to with pleasur- able anticipation by a large number of Mr Reynolds' numerous patrons. On this occaEicai, however, the popular Harry promises to surpass himself. He has arranged a very nov-el. "first part" entitled "Great Britain and her CoJocnea," including all new songs, cboruece, danoes, and concerted numbers, and a grand finale, with special costumes and effects. Reynolds' Animated Pictures will give a special display, and the wbcfe will conclude with the successful burlesque pantoracme, "The Babcu in the Wood," with Harry Reynolds in a leading comedy part. Reynolds' famous airship will make its appearance in this production. Read- ers are requested to book a seat in time for this night. THE PICTURE THEATRE.—An excellent programme of animated and coloured pictures is presented on nights when the Public HalL is not occupied by a play or nateical comedy. "The Dacrymaida" will be performed aigaini to-night (Thursday) at the Public Hadi by Mr Robert Macdoniald's company of 40 artistes. The vifcit of a London success is always welcome to our local playgoers, more especially if it be a musical play, but we question 6f there is a piece yet produced that has received a more cordial wel- come than "The Dairymaids." Its success has been great, and no greater compliment can be paid to a ¡Jay than the fact that "The Dairy- maids" can be seen again and agann and always enjoyed for its freshness and fun. The drees*. ingj is never out of colour, be it the dainty dairymaid^ of the first soen-c or the chicness of the gymnasium costumeB. The scenes are both rural and simple, yet delightfully pretty; the music is of the brightest, the songs are full of catchy melodies, the dialogue is crisp and bright, and the humorous situations are, to use on oft ^repeated phra,se, "enough to make a cat laugh." The cornpa.ny harc been selected by an expert. Seats may be booked for thds high-class attraction at Fleet's Music Stores. "HAVANA," a charming musical comedy, will be presented by MieK Maggie Morton's principal company at the Public Hall, next Wecmesday and Thursday. August 24th and 25th. The company consists of 40 artistes, including an operatic chorus. Tho performance wll be t> en- hanced by the beautiful costume- magnificent .scenery and effects. Mr Harry Reynolds is to be complimented u,pon bringing such a high. class attraction to Colwyn Bay, and it is to to hoped bumper houses will result. Seats may be booked at Fleet's Musuo Stores. TERRITORIALS IN CAMP.—Lieut.-Col C. Hurlbutt, commanding the 5th Battalion (to Ion which the Cohvyn Bay Co.'a are attached), has itemed the fcilowing message with special refer- ence to the earrup at Aberystwyth "No. 1 Mamoeuvres.-The officer commanding doesirea to place on record his appreciation of the cocduot of aJi raffikfl under his command during' the 15 days training at Bow-street camp, and to con- gratulate them on the very high praise accorded them by the G.OIC. in C. Sir Charles Burnett, by G O.C. Welsh Division, Major-Gemeral Fran- cin Lloyd, and by the O.C. North Wales Bri- gade, Golamel R. N. Dunn. The discipline was excellent throughout, and marksagToat improve- ment over any previous training, whilst the cheerful spirit manifested under most trying' ccr. oumetanoes, and in spite of great discomfort and weariness wsfc beyond praise, amd reflects the greatest credit on the reigcmont." SNAP-SHOT OF LORAINE WANTED.—Mr H. Go'ctenuth, secretary to the Rn Golf Club, writes:—I have received the following tele- gram: "Holyhead. Goldsmith, Rhos Golf Club, Coliwyn Bay, aooeipt my best thanks for courted ous hcapitality. Wcu2d be gfctd if you wouad send me some photographs of deeoeot and de- pa.rtu.re.-510A. Conduit St., London.—Roberta Jones. I don't see how to get in touch with the hundreds of amateurs whOHook snapshots of this but through the Presp. FRERE'S BENEFIT.—On Friday afternoon a special children s concert was given by tho Pier- rots. The Aroade was crowded, many adults being present, as well as the children. The p er- formers were humorous in the extreme. "The Hard-working police" were introduced, evoking I roars of laughter and applause. Charlie Edwin sang "Come over the' garden. wall," which was followed by a very humorous sketch, "Tho Bchoohnaster," after which toys were distributed to the children by the Pierrots. In the evening a special request programme was given, many of last year's songs being sung with much effect. To-night (Thursday) Mr Sidney Frere, the popu- lar managing-director, will hold his compliment- ary floral concert. This is the fourth concert of its kind given to Mr Frere at Colwyn Bay, and whose who have patronised past entertainments will need no encouragement to go again. The list will include the first production of "Arabia," a new song scena, written and composed by Mr Frere himself, an3 many new and novel features. All who intend going to the concert are advfed to book early. Tho booking office is open from 10.30 to 12.30 a.m. 3.0 to 4.30 pan., and 7.0 to 10 p.m. On Friday afternoon another concert will be given to the children, who will be pro- vided with musical instruments. In the evening a request concert will be held, and this will be followed on Saturday ovcnig by a special con- cort, COTTAGE HOSPITAL.—The Matron desires to gratefully acknowledge receipt of the follow- ing gifts:—Misg Bygott, eggs and periodicals; Mrs Jackson, o!d liren; M.r8 Edien, periodicals; Mrs Smith, PaTcia, tea and egigs; Mrs Petmber- ton, tea and eggs; Mia Osbom, Rydal Mount, garments; Miss Pxior, flovmrs and periodccafs; Mrs Eden, vegetable marrow; Mrs Sohi21, Naait- yglyn Hall, vegetables; Mr P. W. Maihere, Baycliffej books; Mr McDougall, -one pair crutches; Mrs Martin Smith, Lfysfaen, potartoes and vegetables; Mrs Eden, periodical's; Mrs Hailiwell, books; Mr Whitehead, vegetables; Mr T. E. Smith, hairdresser, razor strop. SAND MODELLING COMPETITION. A London periodical promoted a sand modelling competition en the Beach, east of the pier, on Tmesdwy afternoon. There was a. large mimbe-r of youthful codiBpeiitors, ai.1 of whom entered upon their work with the enthusiasm, whilst the crowd af visitors who gauxwed xoumd the space which-had been cleared for the ahildreni to work in, derived scarcely l enjoyment from the soene. Some of the s wero exceedingly clever and original, and tho successful compotii- tora were: -1. Fred. Fcrrester, 12andudno ("lion"); 2, C. Carter antdT. Bemesford ("crooo- dile"); 3, A. Stamford ("model of a garden1'); 4, E. Ermis; 5, J. Wigley; 6, S. Bowden; 7, A. W. RaiEPeli; and 8. A. H. Woodward. Tenam: L A. Snmth, R. Turner, and Robert Turner; 2, E. V. Preston and G. S. Wright; 3, Mises Owen. Mr Underwood's 'band was in attendL aace. GARDEN PARTY.—On Tuesday, a garden party was given by the students in the grounds of the African Institute. In the aftemeon a cricket match wae played between the students and visitors. The students wero easily the vic- tors, matking 80 runs for-six wickets to the visi- tors' 27 runs all out. Ponwayo bowfedl sifott- diQy for the students, taking seven wickets for 15 runs. Tea was provided in the grouzxte. An inteaesting ooil-c-tzon of African curiosities was exhibited by the students. Many useful and fancy articles were on sale from 3 p.m. for the benefit of the inestitution. In. the -evening garrneo were indulged in, followed by the concert, in which the following took part :Mi:ss Biddulph- Mr Jabavu, Mr A. O. Deio-Doeumu, Dr. Ishmael C. Pratt. Mr Nicholls, Miss M. Bottomlfey, Mr Drickson Monteioa, Mr Akiinola Pearoe, Mr Davidson Don Jabavu, Mi:'S Francis Spiro, Mr O. Lahanmi, Mr A. Ladapo Ohiwoie, and Mr Rochester Gilleepie. A most enjoyable time can be spent at the Institute. Another will bo held on Friday. COTTAGE HOSPITAL OPERATING THEATRE.—The Chairman of the Cottage 1108- pital Governors (Mr Walter Whitehead, J.P.) reports the receipt of a cheque for J025 from Mr J. J. Wooler (who is now touring through Aus- tralia.) towards the fund for the equipping the hospital with an up-to-date operating theatre. This subscription will no doubt afford the com- mittee some encouragement for the response to Mr Whitehead's appeal for help in furthering the scheme has been on the whd,o quite disap- pointing. This is much to be regretted, for no movement unti.ated in the locality during recent years, has been worthier of support, and it ia to be hoped that the splendid example set by the Chara-man, Mr Wooler, and others will 00 quick- ly followed. The exiistmg acooirumodatsow for operating at tho hospital is a'together inadequate and unsatisfactory, and the institution will be deprived of much of ¿t, usefulness until the new theatre is built. COUNTY COURT SITTINGS. With l'e- ference to the announcement made at the Coun- cil meeting last week ro the effect that (bounty Court sittings are to be held in future at Ccivvyn Bay alternately with Llandudno and Corn way, it would appear that the new order is not to coimo into force this year at any rate, because the judge's list of sittings up to December 31st have just been ircued, and there is in fit no referenoo to Colwyn Bay. Local business people wilh no I doubt, be disa-ppcinted. ALTERATION OF ASSIZE CIRCUIT SYS- TEM. A letter addressed by Sir J. Herbert Roberta M.P., suggesting the desirability of ar- ranging a deputation ropresentiViig the borough of Ruthin, the, Denbighshire Council, and other authority), to interview the law officers of the Crown was referred to committee at Friday's meeting ci the County Council. It will be re- collected that the propoe^d alteration would have tho effect of conducting all the assizo busi- nees for the three North W ales counties at Chester. TRADESMEN'S COVERED VANS. The County Council on Friday appro,d provision- ally a bye-law suggested by the Cheshire County Council as foHoWB Every tradesman's vain or other covered vehicle intended to be driven by a person sitting inside thereof, ebail bo 00 con- structed with side windows, or otherwise, as to enable such person to see the approach of ve- hicles from behind and either r-ido thereof, and the owner of such vehicit, not so constructed who allows the same to be driven in any street or public place, shall be guilty of an offence, and shall be liable on conviction to a. penalty not exceeding £5." SUGGESTED AMENDMENT OF THE MOTOR CAR ACT. — Having regard to the damage to roads caused by motor lurries, and to the fact that mch lurries only pay a registration fee of :Cl, the County County Council suggest that the Motor Car Act should be amended, and motor lurries be taxed according to weight, such licence to be taken out in the county in which the- are used. THE BROTHERHOOD. The reputation of the Oolwyn Bay Brotherhood for securing1 1I:ood speakers as wal I maintained, for the adda-es? given last Sunday in the Arcadia Pavilion, by the Rev. D. Griffiths (the b'ind preacher), wap, from eveyr point of view, exeunt. There was a very gratifying attendance, fully justifying the pteps which the committee took in arranging these outdoor meetings during the <summer months. The meeting was presided over by the posretary of the ATtrineham Brotherhood (Mr A. Trenton). Special music was rendered- by the Brotherhood Orchestra. Mr W. Hartley pre- sided at the piano.
CONWAY. For the c ivenwyi of the public in Conway, a letter-box has been affixed to the entrance of the Estate Office, near the Town Hall, where advertisemenls and copy for the "Welsh Coast pioneer" may be left. FOR ARTIFICIAL TEETH try Kay and Sons. Attends Conway on Tuesdays, 2 to 5, at Mr* Jones. 22, Upper Gate-street. Cali and aak for prices. 23730p. CHURCH OFFERTORIES.—The offertories at the Church-e.s in the parish for the month of July amounted to a total of < £ 33 14s O!d. TENNIS. A two-days' American tennis tournament commences at the Yicarpge Grounds to-morrow (Friday), and will be contin-ed on Saturday. Twenty couples have entered, and play will commence each day ab two p.m. THE CHAIN PRAYER. — The following paragraph is quoted from this month's issuo of the "Parish Magazine snowball prayer with its prophecy of evil to those who do not spread it among their friends is ap- parently still going round, for we gather that a number of people in Conway have recently been subjected to the annoyance of receiving it by post. Our advice to them, as it is also the advice of the Bishop of London, is, 'Put it in the fire.' LECTURE POSTPONED.—Captain W. A. Tuxford had arranged to deliver a lecture to the local oompany of Territorials at the Drill Hall, last Thursday evening, dealing with the "Battle of the Dovey," the manoeuvres in which the company took part whilst at camp at Aberystwyth. The address, how- ever, was postponed, and will be given at a later date. THE NURSE FUND. The proposed house to house collection on behalf of the District Nurse Fund will be made about the 22nd inst., and it is to be hoped that this attempt of the committee to place the fund on a more satisfactory basis will meet with a "general and generous" support. THE CHURCH FUND. The following additional subscriptions towards the Church Fund were received during the month of July: Mrs A. Wood, C2 2s; Sir Howard Grubb, Brynrhedyn, £ 2 2s; Miss L. J. Aitkeo, XI Is; Mr A. Bradbury, Berthlwyd, .£5; Mrs Hale, Brynhyfryd, 10s; Mrs H. Jones, The Plough, 5s. ROYAL WELSH LADIES' CHOIR.—The famous Royal Welsh Ladies' Choir gave a concert at the Town Hall on Monday evert- ing, when there -was a good attendance. Tho choir, conducted by Madame Hughes- Thomas, sang excellently a number of part- songs and glees, whilst the singing of the soloists, who included Misses J. Emmasleelj A. M. Lewis, Mabel Soott, S. Phillips, Nansi Langdon, M. Squire, and Ida Owen, was highly appreciated by the audience. HAVANA.—Under the direction of Mr Charles Road-Night that charming musical comedy "Ha van a' was presented at the Town Hall, on Saturday evening, to a crowded house. The caste was a capable one, pro- minent among the actors being Mr William Pringle, who played the part of the 'Bosun of the "Wasp" cleverly, and IMiss Josephine stm, ivam, who appeared to advantage as ConsueJor." The scenery and dresses were good, and on the whole the production was one of the best seen in the town for some time. OBITUARY. Yesterday (Wednesday) week, the death occurred of Mr John Evans, 14, Lower Gatostreet, who passed away at his residence after a long illness. The de- ceased, who was 45 years of age, was a native of Conway. He was a faithful member of tho Soar Welsh Wesleyan Chapel, Gyffin, and was one of the first deacons to be. ordained at that place of worship. The funeral took place on Saturday, at the St. Agnes' Church Cemetery, and was attended by a large num- ber of the friends and relatives. The Rev. J Wesley Hughes, Colwyn Bay, and the Rev. irJiiiilip Price, Con-way, were the officiating mmasters. WAIFS AND STRAYS.-On Monday even- ing, by the kind permission of Mr James btott, a most successful and enjoyable enter- tainment was given in the ball-room at the Oa,kwood Park Hotel by Dr. CbUison, on be- half of the Church of England Waifs and society. A large number of visitors staying at the hotel attended, and the Vicar of Conway (Rev. J. W. Roberts) and Mrs Ro- berts were also present. The entertain- ment consrsted of songs, and sketches, etc. Dr. Collison, speaking in an interval, gave a short account of the work which is being done by the society, and appealed for generous contributions. A collection was made by two lady visitors, and the amount realised was X7 2s. Votes of thanks to Dr. Collison and the artistes, and Mr Stott, ter- mmated the proceedings. A WEDDING was solemnised at the Seion Wel&h Congregational Church, on Monday, between Mr Lewis Hugh Roberts, Chapel- street, a popular and capable member of the Conway F.C., and Miss Harriet Jones, of Lismore House, Lancaster-square. The Rev. Wilham Edwards (Baptist minister) officiated T °fm?e P,astar of the church (Rev. J. Luther Thomas'), on holiday, and a large number of friends and well-wishers witnessed the union. The best man was Mr Wm. Llewelyn Parry (cousin of the bride- groom), and the Misses Jennie Williams, Ceidiog, Pwllheli (cousin of the bride), Ar- vona Roberts, Llandudno Junction; Gwen Jones, Sefton-road, Old Colwyn, and Arvona L.ovd Lxsmore House, Conway (nieces of the bride), acted as bridesmaids. The bride was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr J. Ambrose Lloyd, Lismore House, at whoso residence the wedding breakfast was after- rw* seT7??d- haPPJ couple left for Chester afterwards for their honeymoon. Their future home will be at Holywell.
EGLWYSBACH. THE HARVEST. -The corn harvest has been commenced in earnest here this week, oveai be- fore all the hay has been gathered in along the valley. crops are excellent this year, and it wants but a long spell of dry weather to make the season a s'ueoess. A HUGE PIG. Now tha.t the prices of hog a of all sizes are so abnornallv high the following which apf).cared, in the" Macclesfidd Courier and HenaJd for January 29, 1876, may be of jnio:i ,'ft — Qouritihijagf agricultu- ral society of ai We-Ish vale promote^ some won- derful feeding. A fat sow belongin-g to Mr Hugh Jones, Pennant Ca-nol, Egiwysbach, was bought by Mr Capper, pig merchant, and taken to Llanrwst town to be weighed, but at the inn where all kinds of piyis -had1 been weighed for years they had not sufficient weights to balance 'this fine animal, so that they had to resort to the weighing machine of the L. and N.-W. Rly. Co. The animal weighed 812 lbs, and realised to the owner nearly £ 17, and was bought and slaughtered by James Sharpley, pork butcher, Macclesfield. It produced' the enormous quanti- ty of 53 lbs. of leaf fat, and 32 lbs. of offal fat." The price at this period, as will bo seen, was even higilier than at present; it being fivepence per lb. livo weight, for fat sows.
LLANGERNYW. SUNDA YSCHOOL TRIP. The Church Sunday sohoJanj cihoae Rhyl this vea.r to go to for their treat, and the trip took place to-day week. They were taken to Abergele station, in oonv.ctamcoz; lent by Messrs RobertB, Tloe. Shcjp; Roberts, The Stag Hotel; Roberts, Hendreddu' Parry, Rhanhir; and Owen, Maesol; and the party showed tboir gratitude to them for their khidness in hearty chee-ps on arriving back in the ví11, A weU' catered meal awaited them on their airrivaJ in Rhyl. From that tiime to 6.30, whsn tlieir train was due, they took futl advan. tllige of the diifFererit ajnustimetiits Rhyl has go zr? K1 supplied for its summer vissitorti. Ahoat 9.30 the village of IJangernyw was reached again, and ail were ttgreed that they had had a thoroughly enjoyalilo diay.
LLANRWST, RELIGIOUS SERVICES. The following will officiate at the different places of worship next Sundav: Services urab: 10-50 a-Tn- aiwi 6 WeL,h i-^5' c?^a^y 8 Churcli: 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.. En gl«h Services. Seion (CM.): R<.v. J.E. Davies M.A., IWon. Sootland'-street (C. M.) Rev. B Hughes, Lfanelwy. -= Tabernacle (C.): Mr W. E. Roberts, Bala, College. Fbenezer (C): 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting. Horeb (W.): 10 a.Ill.. Reov. D. C. Roberts: 6 p.m., Reoy, W. Lloyd Davies Penuel (B) Open. Sr.. James' English Wesleyan Church: Rev. W. Me-Uor. Roman Caihobc (Cambro-Breton Mission^: Holy Communion at 3.30 a.m., Parochial Mass at 11 a.m., Weislh Devotion^ at 6.30 p.m.—G. M Trebaol, O.M.I. OUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE is Mr Chambers, 5, Poplar Grove, to whom all com- munications should be addressed, &itl who will also receive orders for tho "North Wales Chronicle." GIFTS OF BCOKS.—Mrs; Carver, Poplar Grove, has oreifintcd.1 the Readling' Room and library with a. collection of books and a similar gift to the Scotland-street C.M. Chapel Library. A FINE SEAL was observed in the Conway Riiver on Friday afternoon between Cower Fiidge and Trefriw. SUNDAY IN THE CHURCHES.—Tho l,< v. D. C. Davies preached at both churches, on Sun- day. St. Mary's in the morning- and the Pa.ris.h Church in the evening to large congregations. DEATH OF MR J. FLETCHER,—The death of Mr James FleLther, lato proprietor of the Pcn.ybryn Fruit Farm, reeen'Jy took place, after a sliort illness at the ago of 54 years. Mr Fletcher v at one time in business in Chee'ter- field, leaving to establish the Penybryn Nursery, which he conducted for 15 year*. After leaving- Llxunrwst he re-cornmenoed busineeE art East- wood, Rochford. TOOK WHISKEY TO ALLAY PAIN.—At a special court held oil Monday, before Messrs E. Jones Owen (presiding) a-ndT W. J. Willin Henry Martindale of Oldliam, was fined 2s 6d and costs or 7 days' imprisonment for being drunk in Denbigh-streeit on Saturday. The de- fendant said' he had hurt hM hand at Dolgarrog and that he had taken whiskey in to allay the pain. ANCIENT RELICS.—Chaplain 'Roberts has discovered another ancient stone hatchet, whidh with the previciufs hatchet lie foundl wili be exhibited1 in tho loan exhibitioo at the National Eisteddfod at Colwyn Bay. PREMATURE REJOICINGS—Mr L'oyd George's yieiti to Dohvyddelen on Thursday was accompanied by an amusing incideint. It ap- pea.rs thaid the Baaaar Committee had arranged to let off a train of rock canon on the appearance oi the ChancelloriB rnci..or car as a suitable recep- tion to tlieir eminent countrynwm. About 15 nrinaites before his arrival, however, Mr J. D. Jones, solicitor, Llanrwst, one of the presldante of the bazaar, acoornpa-nied by his sister, arrived in a motor car. Those in charge of the rock canon appear to have taken at for granted that it was the Chaaiceiior'a car with tike result töhat the whole series were fired. When Mr and Mrs Lloyd1 George arrived, tho smoke from the explosions was just merging into the white ciouds flitting- overhead. RAILWAY STATION ENTRANCE PR1). PEKp £ .—The Railway Company baying- written claiming' right of frontage to the road on land; now fenced at the enitnujoe to the railway station, some correspondonoo haii passed be,twc3-i them and the County Council. The County Surveyor contends that the land has remained in the poGseasdon of the County Council from 1893 until recently, when it wad given up to uao Llanrwst Urban District Council at an annuu chargo of £1. At Friday's mooting of the County Council it was deodied to reply to tho oorapaary refusing to admit the right olaimed. CQNCERT.—The Royal Wefeh Ladies' Choir's concert at the Church Hail, on Friday evening, .proved a-^pronounoad success, the large hall being crowded with an appreciative aradienoc. CRICKET1. The cricket season ended last wcA4 and Orton, the club's "pro. left town yesterday. FOOTBALL. A .general meeting Af tho Football Cliia was held lost night, a report of which wiii appear in our next lasue. VISITORS. There is a record number of "rifutora in town at I )re&wA, all apartments, ob- tainable being taken up. A MESSAGE FROM SOUTH AFRICA.-Mr II. Roberts, writing to his brother, Mr G. W. Rotertsi Poplar Grove, from Obei.p. South Weeft Africa, states tha-t "a valuable fjoid field has been discovered in the district, and that he hat. staked a claim on a promising1 spot." CAETiGRAIG MART. Meters Bkikvv .-i-I, Hayes end Co. conducted their Tieriodicad sale at the above mart on Tuesday, when they suc- ceeded in disposing of a large numiber of ani- mals at exceptional good prices. Fat iimbm realised 279 6d; iambs, 129 6d; yearling!?, 123 td; fat calves, 35s; and heifers with calves Lll 159. PERSONAL. Colonel Hi-geon, J.P., pr madocj is suffering from tho effects of a aDd is confined to his rooms. THE FOOTBALJj CLUB.—Mr Norman R JorteB, ban. seo. ctf the town club, in BubrnÚûn-g the annual balance sheet, states "that ho te. grets to have to report an adverse balance, which was due to .the heavy liability left over from the pffevnoug season. The deficit oif lzrt season, amounting to JS15 4a 7d, has, owing to the loyal support of subscribers, been practijally 4.. wiped off." The horn, secretary ad43 Lha, a large amount is still outstanding, but wo trust that this amount wiM be recovered beiore t;he next smson oommmiom. Tho club ha^ on the whole had a very successful season, appearing fourth on the North Wailes Const League 1aLh:. The committee wish to heartily thank all who hlave assisted tho dub in the past, and hope to secure th-eir support in the future. "The balance sheet, including the essets and liabilities, shows a deficit of 15s 7d orcly. ACCIDENT.-—As Mr D. Jones, Hwylfa, Ys- bytty, and Mrs Edwards, Dylasa Ucha, of the same parish, were driving to Llanrwst market on Tuesday in the former's conveyance, the horse became restive near Muria, with the result that the trap was smashed, and the occupants thrown into the roadway, both sustainig serious injuries to their heads. The horso was taken charge of by Mr T. C. Roberts, relieving officer, while Mr Jones and Mrs Edwards were driven by Mr W. Pierce, butcher, Penmachno, to Llanrwst, where they were medically attended HIGH GAME.—Mr J. H. Targett, electrical engineer, Poplar Grove, on Tuesday received a postcard from Salisbury dated September 8th, 1905, intimating that a hamper full of game nad been forwarded to him by rail. It appears that the postcard had been mislaid at Porton, and rested behind a partition for five years without being discovered. VALE OF CONWAY AGRICULTURAL SHOW. A fulii report and a complete list of awarda will appear in to-morrow morning's "Nort'i Wales Chronicle," which will be on le at ij., the newsagent j' shops.at Llanrwst. OBITUARY. As the roie bad, touched by the iate Spring frost, witbere and falli*, so Efeie, the three and a half yeiar old daughter of Mr and Mrs Roberts, Cartiesfle, passed away on Saturday. She was a Iill).&t wi-n:s-oiiio and lovulb'o child, as full of ani- matden antd c-ha-rm us she waa beautiful in feat- urciB. The deepest sympathy is felt with the be- .reavod family in their gaeat ioss. The interment took place pc-storday (Wednes- day), at. tSeion (C.M.) Cemetery, tho Rev. John Owen, M.A., Carnarvon, officiating at tie house, and. the Rev. W. Thomas at the cemetery. Am<Hg\_i the chief mourners were: Mr and Mrs Roberts (parcnte). Messr;* C'iynne Roberts and EdnyfocJ Roberts (brothers), Doris Roberts (sister), ,\fill Jorues (a'unt), Mr and Mrs Jones, Craig, Lanfair P.G. (uiic' eaullit); Mr W. Itoberts, Bryniog; Rev. J. Owen, M.A., Mr Ro- berts, Croeelon, Carmel, Caniarvon (uncle); Miss G-adys Jones, G.raig; Mr Edie Robe.rts, Liverpool; Mr Pieixjo, S«Jfc,rt.h; and Mr Wiil. hams; Bl'aenant (oour-ins) • togothor with illo-;s.rs T. Tudor Willi aims, W. II. WSiiams, Sta.tion J. D. Jones, so'rlcitor; R. G. Owen,Green- wich Houi-c; and T. R. Jonoe, Bcdeifion. The pall bearers were Messrs Norman Jonefi, Gwilym Jcmes, The Hand; Arthur Jones, The Bul'l: Edie Roberts, Idwol Davies, and R Wit- Jiamf,, B'aenanit Wreaths were sent by: Father and Mother, Glynne, Dyfed a.nd Do M Jones., Cartresle faumt); Unele J. D..Jone", Uncio Tudor and Auntie Lii. Florrie and Louie Jenkins, Marjerv Targett, Madge Cham bora; Family, Stafford House; Uncle and Auntie, Bodcifkm; Mr and Mis&as Evans, Bcmford-rd. Mr and Mrs DGyit Brumwick Hone: MrandMr^. W. H. Wiiiiann, Station_ Howse; Mattie, Auntie and Gladys (Llanfair P.G.): Ilai-oLd Gerrard, Primrose Cot- tage; Mr and Mrs Rogers Jonefl, Gorphwysfa; Ivor Price. Wiib^'t-nM, Beatrice and Harold, Mr and Mrs Pierce, Liverpool; and Mary, Green.. wiúh Hou. "Nef wyrth Ú'(',Jdl (Ii phrydiferth wch—omd Elcne Ddaw'n dlyi3aoh nac wylwch Mae hi yn IJDon, er mewn ilweh, Yn ddinam nieun dyddanwch R. E.
I LANDUDNO JUNCTI0;-f FOR ARTIFICIAL TEETH try Kay and Sons. Attends Llandudno Junction every Thursday, 2.30 to 5.30, at Mr Jones, chemist. Call and ask for prices. 23730p
tl ,ANF AIRFECHAN," THE SEASON.—The influx ot visitors con- tinues most satiafaetory and a noticeable featuTe is 1110 unusually large -number of ) ian<iiies who have ooane down. The lawn tennis tournament, in the Viefoi'ia Gardens attracted thirty-Stx entries, and was such a success that the T.I.A., who promoted it, will evidently con- diaet^t on a more ambitious scale relxt year. A sensible arrangement, has been arrived at 00- tween Glanlavan, Male Voit e Choir and thc.-x> in charge of tine Children's Mission Ser- vices. Instead of holding gatherings at each end of tho parade the children and the choir ccim-bined forces last Sunday with Llc result that visitors were treated to some stirring hyinu eiinginig1. MODEL YA(;HT CLUB REG ATT A.—With Dr. Clifton Hughes as commed'oie, Dr. Archdall as vice-commodore, and Mr W-cod and Mr Tim- mil1;3 ad judges, this annual regatta was held on Saturday. Tho results -Itace for bova I under 12 years: 1, N. Jorss; 121n. 1, W. Wil. hams, The. Parade; 2, \V. J. Jones. lain. and under: 1, W. J. Jones; 2, John Hughes 24 in and under: 1, W. J. Jones; 2, Wm, Williams." 13m. and under: W. J. Jones. Over n. 1, W. J, Jon-es; 2, W. Willlanis. Club race: 1. W: Williams; 2, W. Timmins. ^CHOIR EXCLUSION.— The choir bovs of Christ Ohurcii had a trip to Manchester on Wed- nesday. GOLF LINKS.—From 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., golf links* are well patronised. It is pro- poeed1 oo Iroid competitions during the winter months.
LLANDUDNO BIRTHS AND DEATHS.—During the mont.h of July the births and deaths at Llandudno wore at the following rates per 1000 of the population: births, 12.4; deaths, 5.1. MISCHA ELMAN.— This famous violinist, who was sulivrtcd. by talented artistes, gave a successful matinee concert at the Pier Pavilion on Tuesday afternoon". There. WM an apprecia- tive audience. BUILDING-LAND SALE.— As will be seen I from our advertising columns, Mr T. W. Grif- fith will, next month, soil by auction valuable buildiag-landl, known as Ty Liwyd, ill the parish of Penrhvnside. WEDNESDAY'S WEATHER.— A fine day, with refreshing showers, was experienced at Llandudno on Wednesday. The amount of bright eunsthine recorded during the day was five hours, accompanied by moderate southerly breezes. The maximum temperature in the shade was 07, awl t., millimulffi 58. The baro- meter was 30.030. FREE TRADE.— An open-air meeting was held on the Council Field on Friday evening, when addressee on the "Free Trade" policy were delivered by Meeers Samuei Cleave, Man- chester, R. Henry Roberts, South Hackney, and Harry Do Pass of London. Mr John Roberts, Bryn Celyo, presided.
LLANDDULAS. A BOYS' BRIGADE CAMP is being held at Rhydyfoel, near Lianidulas. About 120 of the boys hail from Denton, and about 250 trom StocR-port. On Sunday morning the Stockport boys held a service in camp, while the Denton boys attended the Wesleyan Chapel at Rhydyfoel. On Wednesday their annual sports are being held SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR Mr Thomas Hughes, of Rhydyfoel, obtained two first prizes at the Denbighshire and Flintshire Show at Mold to-day week for dressed chickens and duck- lings hatched in 1910.
LLANELIAN. LLANELIAN PARISH CHURCH. An English service will be held next Sunday .t 10.45.—27947p NEW CHURCH ORGAN. — On Wednesday next the new organ at the Llanelian Church will be formally opened, and dedicated to church use. In the afternoon a service will be given in Eng- lish by the Rural Dean (Vicar of Abergele), which will be followed by an organ recital by Mr Llewelyn Jones, F.R.C.O., Llanfairfechan. In the evening the Rev. Canon Roberts (vicar of Colwyn Bay) will preach in Welsh, after which there will bo another organ recital by Mr Clifford
OLD COLWYN, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH (ENGLISH) SUN- DAY SERVICES.—Rev. J. Griffiths, vicar 11 a.m., Service and Sermon; 6.30 p.m., Servico and Sermon; Thursday, 7 p.m., Service and Sermon. OPENING NEW BOWLING GREEN. The Old Colwyn Bowling Club, recently formed, will open their new green on Saturday next, at 2.30 p.m. The green is situated off Bodelwyddan Avenue. Communications should be addressed to Mr Hindle, Chandon, Old Colwvn. 28319p THE ANNIVERSARY SERVICES of M.o English Baptist Church will be held next Sun- day, when sermons will bo preached by the Rev. D. Witton Jenkins, Sa-lexidine Nook, Hudders- field, in the morning at 11, in the evening at 6,30 A SUCCESSFUL' INVENTION.—Mr Lloyd, of the Marine Hotel, Old Coilwyn, whow) i.atent brake for carts and other vehicles attracted such attention at the Old Colwyn Show recently, was also on. show lai-t week,- at the Denbighshire and P.intehim Exhibition at Mold. Ever since public attention was first drawn to the patent orders have been coming in steadily >o Mr lilo'.xi; and at the Mold' Show a Obesteu- merch- ant. ordered no less than a dozen cartti fittf-d up with Mr Lloyd's device. TIIE TRIOEEES are givng their usual on- certs, morning, afternoon, and evening, to delight audienccs at the Oid Colwyn end of the Promen- ade, the artistes of both sexes giving complete satisfaction. The fact that the audienccs are steadily increasing in strength is in itself sub- stantial evidence of their growing popularity.
PENMAENMAWR. THE CHURCH HALL. The foundation stone of the new Church Hall will be laid on Saturday next by Mrs WiKiame.. of Glyn^art.h Pailaoe. Bangor. A service w11 be held at S'. se: Church at 3.30, when a short address wiil be given by t-he Boshop of Bangor, and tho i?tonc-la-yiii,g ceremony will follow immediately a.fter the service.
CHILD'S FATAL FALL. The Coroner for Carnarvonshire (Mr J. Tontir Williams) conducted an inquest at Bryn Hyfryd on Friday, touching the death of Edith Mary Sidebottom, the five-year-old daughter of Mr William Sidebottom, Wednesfield, Staffordshire. It appears that the parents and the girl were spcnd.yig a holiday at Penmaerimawr. On Thursday the family had been to Llandudno, returning about 9 p.m. After supper some friends called at the house, and Mr Sidebottom went out on the lawn, followed by the little girl. The latter .accidentally slipped, and struck her head on the leg of a chair. She cried, and even- tually was put into her cot, when she appeared to be all right. About two o'clock on Friday morning she was taken out of the cot, and placed in a bed. The father afterwards went to see Dr. Farmer, who is acting locum tenons to Dr. Jenkins, who said lie would come to see th, child after consulting hours. Tho child appeared to be getting worse, and Mr Sidebottom went at once to summon Dr. Farmer, but <b'n they ai- rived at the house the child was dead. Evidence was given by Dr. Farmer that there was no outward appearance of the cause of death. His opinion was that there was a pressure f a bone on the brain. The jiirv (Mr W. O. Thomas being the fore- man) returned a verdict of "Accidcntal death," and on behalf of the jury, Mr W. O. Thomas ex- pressed sympathy with the family.
PENMACHNO. PERSONAL.-—Mr John Eldon Bankes, K.C., and party are staying at Coed Ffynnon, for the grouse shooting. AiJCIDEN'iS. — A young lad named Pritch- ard fell against a scytlie at Cwm, on Friday, sustaining severe injuries -to hi* leg. He wa-s promptly attended to by Dr. W. M. Williams.— On the same, day Wynne Wiliame, Hitgh-etreet, a i-ix year old Had, sustained such severe injuries to one. of hiis eyes from a spYnter that he hadl to be. removed to t.he Ban^gq-r Infirmary. HORTICULTURE. A number of Joeal hor- ticulturists have entered for the L'ao.rwv.it S.how, and expect to give a good account for thenw eclves. PARISH COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of this Council was held on Tuesday, Mr E. Davies Jones presid- ing. The County Councils of Carnarvonshire and Denbighshire submitted a scheme for the '00 strengthening of the Waterloo Bridge, and the Clerk was instructed to write to both County Councils to thank them for giving the matter such prompt attention. Mr I). Wiiiia.iis called attention to the de- sirability of fixing )t13 for the accommodation of visitors at convenient, places in the district, and the Clerk was instructed to write to the var- ious landowners for their consent to carry out the project. It was reported that the repair of the Rhi w Bach q'uarry path had been completed. Mr Richard Tho.inas enquired whether the Parish Council had any authority over the dis- tribution of loaves to the poor in the district as complaints were loeelved relative to the quantity a.nd quality of the bread provided. The Clerk was instructed to perutse the report .of the Chari-
I SAI LINGS. CUNARD LINE ROyAL NIAII, STEAMERS. „rn LARGEST AND FASTEST VKShELS in the WORLD. "FRANCONIA" and "LACONIA" (d 18,000 tons gross and Twin-Screw) now buildillso LARGEST AND FASTEST SHJPS TO BOSTON. From LIVERPOOL (Via Queenetown). TO NEW YORK. TO BOSTON. sø Mauretania, s'at., Aug. 20 Saxonia, Tnes., Au £ > jj Caronia, lues., Ang. 23 | lvernia, Taea., SeP«* CANADA.—FAST ROUTE, SPECIAL BAjJ? For further particulars, apply to Local or to THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP C0» PANY, LTD., Liverpool. PLEASURE STEAMERS. THE STEAMERS OF THE OLD-ESTAB- LISHED COMPANY, ST. GEORGES S.S. CO., LTD., will ply ("weather tro other causes perxøit" tmg) on one of the most beautiful Rivers in WaieB, between DEGANWY, CONWAY AND TREFRlW- AUGUST. Steamer Steamer leaves leaves returns yr. Deganwy. Coin way. Trefn 19 Fri 8.48 a.m. 9. 0 ajn. 10.40 &• 20 Sat 9.40 a.m. 9.45 a.m. 11.25 22 Mon. 10.5 a.m. 10.20 a.m. 12.45 23 Tues 10.50 a.m. 11. 5 a.m. 1-25 9-r* 24 Wed. 11.30 ami. 11.45 a.m. 2. 0 25 Thura. 12.20 p.m. 12.25 p.m. FARES.—Fore End, Is; Return, 2s. End, Is Gd; Return, 2s 6d. Children, I price. 276S9l>.
TREFRIW. A TRAP ACCIDENT.—While Dr. Moore, eompanied by a lady, was driving through village on Saturday, the horse becamc reS with the result that both shafts of the g°verD car were broken, and the occupants throw0 They fortunately escaped without injury- CONCERT.—A successful concert, proQ10^ by tiie young men of Penuel C.M. Chapel, i° of the now chapel building fund, was held at Public Hall on Thursday evening. Mr W- »° M.P., presided, and delivered an address T to the past history of the village. Mr Owen, London, conducted. The following known artistes took part:—Mrs Henderson Talysarn, Mr Jann.'s Sauvago, Mr E. j*. Jones, and Mr D. Francis (the blind harp On the motion of Mr J. D. Jones, ee°°n £ g' Mr Pierce Evans, a warm vote of accorded the chairman, conductor, and FUNERAL. — The interment of Mr 1 Griffith Picrco took place on Tuesday cemetery, the Rev. John Gower officiating" GROUSE SHOOTING.—To-day week Cooper and party, of the Hotel Bello vueCol shooting over the Bryn Negesa and Moors, killed 17 brace of grouse; five brae Friday, and 21 brace on Saturday. VISITORS AT HOTEL BELLE VUE. Major W. H. Edwards, J.P., Holyheia. George Hope, Esq., London. Mr, Mrs and Miss White, Liverpool. Mr B. White, do. Miss Fothergill, do. Mrs Simpson Cross, Southport. Mr and Mrs Drayson, London Dr. and Mrs Johnstone Redmond, do. Rev. E. Vincent, Taunton. Miss Vincent, do. Mr J. Cooper and party, Chester. Mr and Mrs Peele, Peterborough. Mr and Mrs Edgar Smith, Edinburgh. G. Fcatherstone, Esq., Croydon. Mr and Mrs Walters and friend, LondoP* Miss Walters, do E. Roy Coventry, Esq., Liverpool. Mrs Platt, London. Hamish Cross, Esq., Bridgnorth.
TOWYN. MR GRATTON'S SUCCESSES.— Mr Gnat ton, whose successes at the Denbigh sbô were referred to in our last issue, was ag^ to-day week very suocessfcl at the DenD*»^ shire and Flintshire Show at Mold, obta^^ several of the chief prizes with his spfc* Welsh sheep.
TALYCAFN. MAIN ROAD IMPROVEMENT. T re-^aivl to the proposal to widen the main at Dolwydbach, SamymjTiach, and Talycafn, (k>untv Surveyor ha.s been instructed to P am estimate of the prooable cost of the fu extension of the widening at Dolwydbach war<l. Tho total amount spent already on three widenin-gs is JB253 43 2d.
LIST OF VISITORS. (Continuation from 2nd page.) COLWYN BAY. LIMEFIELD, Marino Road. Mr and Mrs Reston, Leicester. Master Reston, do. Miss Heat, do. Mi&s Ward, do. Miss Alston, Worcester. Mies Sheppard, Torquay. Mrs Bromwich, Rugby. Mr Williams, Manchester. Mr a,nd Mrs Robuiso.n, Walsall. Miss Robinson, do. Mr Ratseeli Knowles, Chelmsford. _-g, Tho Rev. J. l>jugias AVilliams and 4), lland'frit-h, Cheshire. Mrs Conroy, Upliolland. Mr and Mrs Middleton, Work&op. Mr and Mrs Donalcbon, Chester. M iss Donaldson, do. OLD OOLWYN. THE SEFTON. Mr and Mrs E^-inton, Birmingham. Mr J. Egginton, do. Mr and Mrs Ilaigh, Manchester. Miss Haigh, do. Mr and Mrs Kitchen, Liverpool. Miss Kitchen, do. K. H. Gonial], Esq., London. Mr and Mrs Goadby, do. A. Dilger, Esq., Peterborough. Mr and Mrs Barclay, Manchester Mr and Mrs Hood, do. Mrs Martin, do. RHOS. THE TOWERS, Abbey-road, Rhos. Rev. and Mrs Beaoh. G. Clayton, Esq., Manchester. Mr and Mrs Hudson, Heaton Norrifl. Mrs and Miss Hollingworth, NottinghwA Dr. Johnstone, Bolton. Mr and Mrs Johnstone, do. Mr and Miee Kitchen, Sheffield. Miss Leake, Malvern Wells. Miss Smith, do. Mr a.nd Mrs Taylor, Stockpcrt. Mr R. Taylor, do. Mr and. Mrs Taylor, Bramall. Misses Taylor (3), do. Mr F. Taylor, do. J. Thompson, Esq., Liverpool. Miss Webuter, BakcwaiL t. ,1.
CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB.—The interior of the Constitutional Club in Mostyn-street has been thoroughly renovated and deeoratcd. Above the archway connecting the billiard- room and reading'-room in bold illuminated let- ters are the words "For God, King, and Empire." The work was carried out by Mr J. B. Jones. SPECIAL SERVICES.—The Rev. D. Gwyn- fryll Jones is announced! to preach at the special English services at Ebenezer Wesleyan Chapel on Sunday next, and, on Monday Mr Jones will deliver hia popular lecture on "Peter Mackon zio." During the three years the Rev. Gwyn- frym Jones, was pastor of Ebenezer Chapel ho made numerous friends at Llandudno, who are eagerly looking- forward to his visit to his old church. SEA ANGLING COMPETITION. The local Sea Anglers' Association, held an open com petition in the bay on Wednesday, When Mr Trevethian, Belgium Hotuso, was awarded the first prize, his total weight of fish caught amounting to 15 lbs. 15 ozs. Rev. J. Raymond and Mr L. Underwood's "catch" weighed 22 lbs. each, but as they came in three minutes late they were disqualified, and the prize went to Mr Trovetbian, who was also awarded the prize for the heaviest fish caught, this weighing 15 lbs. The second prize went to Mr A. Halstead, and the third to Mr G. Berkley, Roby House. The ladies' prize was won by Mrs Halstead. THE WEEK'S WEWIEER.-During the week ending the 16th inst, the amount of bright -air,- shine recorded at Llandudno was 34 hours md 54 minutes. The rainfall was 0.690 inches.
ty Commissioners respecting the subject, and re- port the result to the next meeting. Mr D. Williams called attention to the sir ability of forming an Improvement .^°cafv^ for tbe district, and to correspond L. and N.-YV. Riy. Co. and Messrs Abel ti wood and Co., Manchester, with the viewf getting tlie places of interest in the district clucDed in their guides. the pllpijo- Mr J. Williams stud that none of the of tlie Council had competed at the jjft Scliool Entrance Scholarship Examination. also wished to know what provisions h3^ made for the opening' of night schools the ensuing winter season. The Clerk w!U3 strutted to approach the schcol managers the subjects.