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Llandudno Urban District Council.

Colwyn Bay Property Sale.



GLANCONWAY. b PERSONAL.Mr C. B. Jones-Mortimer, J.P., and family, who are away at present, will spend their Christmas holidays at Bryn Eis- teddfod. "THE EVENING SCHOOL.—H.M. Inspector reports as follows :—" This school is in excellent order, the instruction is sound and good, and the work of the scholars is thoroughly satisfac- tory." DIOCESAN INSPECTOR'S REPORT.—The religions instruction in the National schools con- tinues to be very well done. The children passed an excellent examination. Repetition, discipline, and tone arc excellent. School classed Excellent." One special prize for dis- tinction, four honours, five first class, eighteen second class, fourteen third class, sixteen fourth, class, and nine fifth class certificates were } gained. THE MYSTIC MIRROR."—For this year's country pantomime, Mr T. Lewis, B.A., head mast ex of the National Schools, has chosen "The Mystic Mirror, or the Prince, the Pearl, and the Peri," and the inhabitants know full well that a treat is in store for them. Mr Lewis does everything in a thorough way, and hard work, which is his wont, for a long time past, is sure to produce most excellent results. The per- formances in previous years have been. of a splendid and talented character, and the panto- mime intended to be produced on Wednesday and Thursd'ay, the 29th and 30th, will, we un- derstand, eclipse its predecessors. A MODEL SOUIRE.-Tle National schools were visited on Thursday, bv Dr. Travis, Medi- cal Officer of Health, accompanied by Dr. Crow- ley, from the Board of Education, London. The latter spoke in the highest terms of praise with regard to the dental work performed upon the ohlldren during the past three years, the ex- penses of which have been so kindly and volun- tarily defrayed by the Squire of the village, Mr C. B. Jones-Mortimer, J.P. This is a work very rarelv met with in connection, with a day school. and it is worthy of note that the Squire is the pioneer in North Wales of such a boon to the rising generation, for which he deserves every praise. DEATH OF MRS. HUGHES, PANTY- FFRITH —We regret to record the death of one of the most respected inhabitant of the village. Mrs. Hughes, of Pantyffrith. Mrs. Hughes, who was 67 years of age, passed away on Monday morning. She leaves two daughters to mourn her loss, one being in South-Africa and the other—Miss M. O. Hughes—was at home with )er mother. The funeral takes place to-day (Thursday), at St. Ffraid's Churchyard. The de- ceased was a member of the Bryn Ebenezer eM. Chapel. LITERARY MEETING.A..t the last meeting of the Bryn Ebenezer Literary and Debating Society, under the chairmanship of Mr. Robert Hughs. Fehn Ucha', the subject for discussion was Dr. Edwards o'r Bala, introduced by Deacon Evan Jones, Minafon. The other speakers were Mr. Evan Evans, xy Newydd, and the Rev. Robert Williams, M.A., pastor.


Colwyn Bay Education Authority.

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