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'NATIONAL UNION OF WOMEN SUFFRAGE.

CHRISTMAS IN THE CHURCHES.…

NEWMARKET.

LLYSFAEN.

RHYL.

RHUDDLAN.

RUTHIN.

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ABERGELE & PENSARN.

ST. ASAPH.

LLANDDULAS.

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GLAN CONWAY. j

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LLANDUDNO. APPOINTMENT. At a mcuhing of the dirccitons of the Workmen's I>W(edildEgts "um- pa«ny, Ltd., Mr Art,hour Hewitt was appctinted aigKcmt amd aaxlhfit&o^ to fili the "vnaoaxacy •dauged by tfluo djcitih otf Mir Edwin Tursbgr» Mir Hewotit tis adeo arefoiheclt to the Iiaaidudino Pitar (3mnqiaoy. AMATEUR DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE. —-At tho Grand Theiatre, on TnieEdtay oven- img, the Codiwytn Bay ArtLaheair Draanaitdjc So cooty gtave a very onedi/ba-bQe peirfonaance of a fiaircttciail oomooty, anrtiirtjlied "My aodddetr boy." The plRlOC is exoocd-itngly humoncras, and. the ajOtisitg was a ciredSt (to the ooanpany, who have a very high neiputaftioai. THE KING EDWARD MEMORIAJL.-The oofmancititeie appcemitied at the publde meeitimg, hieM. on Deoeanbeir 9th, luave decided to air- nanigia for a housie^tio-thioajsie oamvas for oanitri- butitooiis, to take plraoe duiriing the tihiad week din J.am uary. Im order that the contribute oai of Itliatududno to thie CemtiraJ Fumd may ap- pear as large as pcssrilble, amd worthy of the town, hiouecholdcirs axe invited to pay any, oocwtrrilbuit'ioin tbey in<tcmd to nua-ke into the loflad fumd. The dhada-mtam otf the local -m- rarbt&e is MT E. E. Bonie, and the treiasuenea: is Mr Alfred Ctwioddy, Town HalO, Llan- d-udno. SLEEPING OUT.Lt tihe Poildioe Court, on Wedfntasdiay, bafare Mr J. Adiey Wolds, a tiianv niaowd J.a.mics Lawfiietss was seimtciaoed to ibUlTltlclun d!ao-B' hia,-d lejbaur foir B^eapduj^ out in oai out-howe, at Bodarficwi. THE HAPPY VALLEY MINSTRELS—At the, Fxoe 'rlrude Ilw?61, Manchz?ot-v, an &I-x-Andtay I OvOn'mg, Mx W- J. ?hum&"L's H24TY ValLb3Y, Mitmsrtireils openued tibcasr Chnistimas poasoo. The qpacious bodil was ctrowdcd, ajid the pro- gtnaname was chainaiatefrised by the Maaieiheerbar' Puces a»s "a huge Bu^ocesB.'•, A QUIET CHRISTMAS. Midd weatbar preWlæleid dluirsmg the Chrastmuas holadays at Lliaiciduidirio. The hydiros arud hoteils of the town wxnre mrill fiiliiad with viaitors, but, ad- beit, the town w,as vciry quint, most of thei pfiaoeB of busdinicss Ixung cljcocd from Satur- day might umitdd Thuirsckay momding. Wirth: the exoqpitiikxn of the a-wimijaitcd paeituinee at the Prdimce's Tbeiaitire amd the Pdetr TSseiat-re ofi Vacidtks, togaatibcir with a perfoinmainoe bT the Coiwym Biay Arraabimr I>ra«niiaitic Sooiefby, on Tiia-iday eveoidaig, there were no otheoc din the town. Qud/te a large nttmibar of towtn-folk avadded tbeomaalves of 'ohe -cih?e?-p exour-,t;cms to v:&' ft th-a peo0acm-,mi-m -it Li- -pK,61 aaid -ATam-oh,;? ,cL or. WEDDING. At Ebemezer WeiLah Wcs- leyiam Chapcd, oai Wedmesdiay, the mn.rriagia took place of Pojioo-Ckxnstabl-o John Williams (29), Llysrfiaefri (fioemK-ffCiy of I.,L,aaidudmo), and Miss Dorothy WidQiiiams, daug-hibetr of Mr a.nd Mrs ILaary WiEdBims, Ti-ypbinia House, IiLaai- diudaio. The •oariemaoouy was performed by the Rev. R. W. Robtute, assiistei by the Rev. LewilS Wiittiiiaarus. Mdss Miaggde Widliaims was the brdidtcemadd, wlhdde M'r W. P. Waildi^ros aetod as bast mian. On Thursday ewuiini*, the briido wsas pireajmitcd wdith a handsictme Quqan Amnne a'llv.cir t- 3 by the mcsm- bars of t'he 0ajeffOHd«m Weefeyan Mission, in ixaoogunitikjin of her services as Œ)-()rga.nil9t at the miieciioin fc-tr ecwcriaJ ye«,rs. HOT-POT ENTERTAINMENT.—Mx Saral., Hugtbcs (jusnT.), with his usiuaJ gt-fnerosdfty, gave bis fifth anniual ctnitrctainmeat in add of the Christinas Hot-pot Fumd, at the Pier Theatre of Varie<tios, on Thxursday evemdmg'. Oouncilllor T. W. Griffith, J.P., presided* Speioikioig in tihe lin/tcffval, Mr Griffith retfeirned to the exiaalkmt work done by the Hot-pot Fumd Goamndititoe, on bodialf of the poor ctf tlie towoi, ætd mtcmbimirid that not omly dad the oomamiftbeie provide 1M appertaining' Cferist- nuas dimauen' for evenry pctar a.nd desccviing fanrily of the town, but last year they had pnetsen/hed over 150 paiins of boots to poor cthil- drctn. He also thanked Mr Hug'hes for pro- xrucitiiig the eantetrt,adnimie<nit, and tibo artlisites for th,)i,,r kind ecirviccs. In edditiorm to the initcaesitamg eerios of aii.mated piotures whieh had boon specially sfleeted for tho ocoaisicMi, Mr John Roberts, assiated by the U,ndnd,m Canpany of Boy Scouts, gave a<n edfeotive remdcdic.g' of pa-triotic ùongs. Mr L. O. U. Jones, Llandudno's favourite oome- diian, was im. aapitaJ form, and Miss Florrie Lmtheir, the juvoaiile made impersonator, was eqisailiy suocesstful. ALLEGED POISONING OF GEESE. La.8t waetk, several goc&s were found dioad Pit Bryn Pydew, near Llandudno. They were exa,maned by Mr William Little, the Siandtajry imspecteir to the Llandudno Urban lXetnefc Co'umcdll, who cuino to the conclusion that the goc03 had betcm poiscaitcd. Mr Luttle brought the maitteii' before the Llandudno Couueid, who insJt/ruoticd him to fee ward one 01 tiie gpcpe to a chemical exaamm-ir in Loii.(ion, 'llhits was dome, and the latter oanfi.rm-;d YA Ldittile's oj>imom tha.t it was a caee fif phc«» phetrxwis podeondEig. The police are inquiring isnito the mraitteir.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

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HOLYWELL.

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ICHRISTMASTIDE AT RHYL

PROVISION FOR THE POOR.

CARNIVALS AT THE PALACE RINK.