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PLACES OF PUBLIC WORSHIP I AND THEIR MINISTERS. St. George's Church. Sundays. Morning Service [English] 10 30 Afternoon Ditto 3 30 Evening [We)sli] 6 0 Tie Holv Communion administered the second and fourth Sundays in the month, after morning service. N.B.-The Holy Communion will also be ad- ministered in this Church at 8 o'clock in the morning of the above 2nd and 4th Sundays, to meet the wishes af the worshippers in St. George's Hall. Prayers on Wednesdays and Fridays, at 10 30 a.m. ORGANIST. Mr George Owen CLERK AND VERGER. Mr. Lot Williams, Gloddaeth-street. Notices of Marriage', Baptisms, and Churchings, to be given to the Clerk over night. SvNDAY SCHOOL.—Mixed [English and Welsh], at Two o'clock, in the National School-room. St. Tudno's Church. [Weather permitting]. Sundays.-To commence 5th June. Morning- English 11 o'clock a.m. Evening—English 5 o'clock p.m. The Holy Communion every 1st and 3rd Sunday ia the month after morning sertice. CLERK, Mr. Richard Hughes, Dolfechan. St. George's Hall, Mostyn Street. Sundays Morning-English at 111 a.m. Evelillig-English at 7 p.m. Ice worshippers at the Hall can participate in the Holy Communion in St. George's Church every 2nd and 4th Sundays, at 8 o'clock in the morning. Rev J. Morgan, B.A., Reetor Rev Thomas Jenkins, B.A., Curate CHURCH-WARDENS. Mr J. Williams, Bodafon Mr. James Williams, St Georges's Crescent SIDESMEN. Mr W F Chapman, Tehed Bryrmaenol Mr T A J ones, Bodhyfrjd Congregational Church. Rev Richard Parry. Minister. Sunday [English] 10 30 a.m. if 11 6 Op.m. &ev Dr Vaugban of London will preach to-morrow, Conqreqational Lecture Room. Rev. R. Parry, Minister. Welsh Service, 9 30 a.m. and 6 0 p.m. Sunday School [English and Welsh] 2 0 p.m. Englhh Baptist Chapel. JJe -a. J. Griffith, and J. Thomas, Ministers. Morning Service 10 30 Evening" — 6 0 Rev. G. M. Gale, of London, will preach to-morrow. Welsh Baptist Chapel Revs J. Griffith, and J. Thomas. Ministers [Welsh] 10 a.m. and 6 op.m. English and Welsh School, 2 0 p.m. English Weshyan Chapel. Rev. F. Payne, reaident Minister Morning Service 10. 30. Evening Service 6. 0. Rev. F. Payne will preach to-morrow. Service on Tuesday evenings at 7 Welsh IVesleyan Methodist Chapel. Sutiday,-Weiiih, 9 30 a.m and 6 0 p.m. English and Welsh Schools 9 a. iii Presbyterian Chapel. GLODDAETB STRICET, NEAR THE MARKET HALL. Sunday [Welsh] 9 0 a.m. and 6 0 p.m. School. 1 30 p.m. PUBLIC BUILDINGS. St. George's Church, Church Walks St. Tudno's Church, Great Orine s Head Congregational Church, Tudno-street Baptist Chapel, Llewelyn-street English ditto, Mostyn Stret. "Wefleyan Methodist Chapel, Cw.ach-street English ditto, Lloyd-street Calvinirtic Methodist Chanel, Gloddaeth-street National School, Church Wølkv Infant School, ditto Turkish Baths S George's HaU, Mostyn Street Tudno-street Lecture Room, Tudno-itreet j Market Hall, Gloddaeth-street Stand for Carriages, Ponies, and Donkeys Mostyn-street Public Baths, Marine Parade Police Station, out of Church Walks, Henry Jones, officer Marine Telegraph Station, Great Orme's Head. Electric ditto, Railway Station Assembly Rooms-Public Baths Railway Station, Vaughan-street The Llandudno Gas and Water Company's, Offices, Church Walks Ocme's Head Branch of the Royal National Life Boat Institution Station, Vanghan Street [supported by voluntary contribu- tions], Rev. J. Morgan, chairman; Mr. J. Williams, secretary; and Mr. W. Owen, N.P. Bank, treasurer. LLANDUDNO IMPROVEMENT ACT,-1854. LrST or COMMISSIONERS. Mr. Thomas Parry, 2, Glon-y-mor Terrace Morris Pritchard, 1, Gloddaeth Crescent Richard Jones, Bodnod House Isaiah Davies, 12, St. George's Crescent Wm. „ Thomas Roberts, 5, „ „ James Williams, 4, „ Wm. Williams, 9, Mostyn Crescent, Owen Thomas, Builder Evan Hughes, 11, St. George's Crescent Joseph Jones, Centre Vale Thomas Jones. Frondeg Thomas Hollick, Cwlaca W. F. Chapman, Tebed Bryn Maenol Wm. Pritchard, Draper Thomas Ower, Leamington House John Hughes, Ruck Villa C. S. Lemon, Llwyn onn Chairman of the Board-The Rev John Morgan, B.A. COMMITTERS. Finance Committee.—Mr. Thomas Parry [No. 3]! Mr Thos Jones [No. 2] Mr. J. Williams [No. 14] i Mr Wm Prichard [No 13.] Roads Committee.—Hr Richard Jones [No. 20] Mr. M. Williams, [No. 5] Mr. T. Roberts [No 10.] Inspection, Lighting, Sewerage, Water, Market, Pony Stand, and Slaughter ijouses Commietee.- M r. J. Jones, I No. 8]; Mr. E. Hughes [No. 4] Mr. 1. Davies, [No. 16]: Mr F. Madren [No. 17]; Mr. Owen Thomas (No. 19.) Valuation Committee.—Mr- Thos. Owen [No. 15]; Mr. Richard Jones [No. 20] Mr. Owen Thomas No. 19] Mr. Morris Prichards, [No. 1] Mr. John Hughes [No. 12]; Mr. Joseph Hughes, [No. 11.] Chairman of the Committees—Rev John Morgan, B.A. Monthly Meetings of the Commissioners- The last Monday in every Month, at 10 o'clock, a.m. OFFICERS. &C. Treasurers.-Messrs. Williams & Co., Bankers, Bangor. Surveyor of Town Buildings.—Mr. George Felton, Architect, Church Walks. Surveyor of Town Seiterage and Inspector of Nuisances -Mr. Wm. Brookes, Victoria. Irane-tor of Jfarket, Carriage and Pony Stands, Bath ing Machines and Pleasuri Boats.—Mr. Wm. Brookes, Victoria V Police Station.-County Police Officer, Mr Henry Jones, Collectot, of Rates.-Mr. David Williams, St. George's Crescent Auditors.—Mr John Jones, Plas Madoc Mr. E. J. Watkins, Gloddaeth Street. Clerh to the Commissioners.—Mr. John Wil.iams Bodafon. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICF.-Church Walka.-Atten- dance daily, (Sundays, Christmas Day. a"od Friday and Public Fasts excepted, from ten till twelve a.m. Post Office -Afostyn- s t reet, Mr W. Powell, Postmaster Arrivals from all parts [from Conway] 5 15 a.m., and 5 p.m. Despatch, 8 15 p.m. The box is closed at 8 30 p.m. Delivery 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Sunday, olrce closes 10 a.m. Delivery 7 a.m. Despatch 8 p.m. Money Order Office open from 9 a.m., to 6 p m. On Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 7 30 p.m. Pillar Letter Boxes, opposite the Adelphi Hotel, and in Church Walks, near St. George's Church.