llfrfi Quni n MISS GRACE HUTCHINSON CDii v»^U LL/ The celebrated Hygienic Corset Lecturer and authority on Deep Breathing, will PAY A VISIT TO W. R. BROOKES & CO'S ESTABLISHMENT, uXt^ | A niro for ONE WEEK from MONDAY, OCTOBER 24 th to 29th (inclusive), I MI J\ I ij This lady insists that ill fitting Corsets give rise to nervous troubles, gastric disorders and many other diseases. Miss HUTCHINSON is much in favour of the ChaufTeuse," which has the famous Pulfront Suspenders and may be seen f/CO^r' \A/C A in our Showrooms. They are cut on strictly anatomical lines so that no incon- W>( ( } W I M 1*1 venience can arise from their use, and medi-al men invariably approve of them. They are at the same time, graceful in style and in harmony with the new mode of costume. OODOC I O Ladies are invited to avail themselves of this opportunity of visiting this WWI1VJI— I VJ ■ Special Corset Demonstration. Miss HUTCHINSON will also persona ly lit the 9^=^' corsets, if desired. P)gC*f We bave over 600 pairs to select from, ranging in Prices from 2/11 to 50/- per pair. iyg1) w. rl6ROOHes&-co. f 25 & 27, Mostyn Street, b I a n d u d n o. ||^Q§j!f|
LLANFAIRFECHAN. TEMPERA.NICE.-On Monday evening, a very successful temperance meeting was held in the Baptist Chapel, when there was a good attend- ance. A TREAT IN STORE.—In connection with the local branoh of the Gladstone League, Mr. Wm. Jones, M.P. for the constituency, will pay a visit to Llanfairfechan on Friday evening, and deliever a lecture in the Public Hall on A chapter in the history of Wales." Mr. W. E. Moulsdale, will preside. THE RAILWAY STATION.—The work of improving the railway station is proceeding satisfactory. A large gang of workmen are em- ployed, and already the down platform has been raised to a considerable height, making it a great deal more convenient to enter and alight from the trains. It is also proposed to proceed at once with the up platform. HIGH TIDE.—Owing to the very high tide on Thursday night, the sea broke over the promenade, and carried with it a quantity of shingle and seaweed which was scattered all over the front. There was only very little damage caused. THEATRICAL.—On Tuesday night in the I Public Hall, Miss Hilda Hutton and Mr. Victor Gordon's company occupied the boards and gave a representation of Not peace, bit a sword," a stirring tale of the Chinese Mission fields. There was a good audience. TARIFF REFORM.— On Monday night there was considerable amusement at a Tariff \.eform" meeting held in the Public Hall, presided over by Mr. G. H. Burnley, when Miss E. Sadler, of the Women's Amalgamated Unionist and Tariff Reform Association, deliver- ed an address on the subject. There was a fair attendance, and it was noticeable at the outset that the majority of those present were Free Traders, It was at the close of her address, when she invited questions, that the real amuse- ment began, for one of the inmates of Heath's Memorial Home ascended the platform, and gave Miss Sadler a number of pertinent questions, which were loudly cheered by the audience. The meeting concluded with the usual thanks.
PENMAENMAWR. A NEW COMPANY.—A company called The Grand Hotel, Ltd." iPenmaenmawr), has just been registered with a capital of £ 2,000 in £ 1 shares to carry on business as hotelkeepers, the directors being William J. Kingsman, Chas. T. Bright, Athol M. K. Gee, and Ernest Kings- man. The subscribers are Charles T. Bright, 23, Budge-row, Cannon-street London, and Ernest Kingsman, Stanhoe Hotel, Worthing, one share each. The registered office is 23, Budge- row, Cannon-street, London, and any further re- ference can be made from the file No. 112,242 at Somerset House. MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY.— Satisfactory progress 1: being made "n the formation of a successful society. Mr. J. Parry, St. David's-terraoe, has been elected president; Mr. R. D. Owen Stanley Buildings, Vice-Presi- dent; Mr. J. E. Williams, postmaster, treasurer, and the secretaryship has been undertaken ty Mr. Ivor E. Davies, Penrhyn Villa. A general meeting of the Society will be held at the Co- operative Society's Committee-room on Friday evening. Intending members should attend this meeting tor enrollment, and if unable to attend should notify the secretary of their desire to join. BAND OF MERCY.—On Thursday last, at the Co-operative Hall, Mrs. Dr. Morrish, Plas Coch, who has organised the Band of Mercy Movement in the district, provided the National School children with a special treat. This took the form of an hour's entertainment by a com- petent conjurer, and the children thoroughly en- joyed it. The headmaster (Mr. C. Jones) at the conclusion asked the children to show their appreciation of the lady's kindness, and this they did in a most heartv manner. Mrs. Morrish then thanked the scholars, and called upon Mrs. Urwick, Plas Moel Lys, to present them with footballs '\Ild skipping ropes. Among those piesent were Miss Morrish and Canon Royd. NORTH WALKS BRITISH WOMEN S TEMPERANCE.—At a meeting held on Tues- day at the Baptist Chapel, <he following mem- bers weie elected officials for the ensuing year in connection with above movement. Presi- dent, Mrs. Owen, Brighton-villa Vice-President, Mrs. Hughes, Llewelyn Cottage; Treasurer, Mrs. Jones, Bryn Arvon Secretaries, Mrs. Davies, 2, Wern-villas, and Miss A. L. Philips, Cynlas. THE FOOTBALLERS—The local team, who have commenced the season so well, are due at Menai Bridge on Saturday in a junior league encounter. The following have been selected to represent Penmaenmawr :-R. Lloyd, W. E. Hufhes, and H Jones; R. Brown, J. Jones, and Tom Jones; J. W. Lunt, A. G. Jones, R. Morris, C. Gloare, and Caleb Williams. A MINISTER'S FAREWELL.-The Rev. E. C. Hart, who for the past 14 years was the pas- tor of the English Congregational Church, hay- ing accepted the pastorate of a ch.uich. outside Birmingham, the members made a presentation to him on Monday night as a token of the es- teem and the appreciation of his services. The presentation took place on Monday evening, Mr. W. H. Rhodes, M.A., C.C., presiding over a large attendance at the English Congregational Church. On behalf of the subscribers, Mr. Rhodes handed over to Mr. Hart a beautifully inscribed gold watch, together with a purse of gold, and to Mrs. Hart a beautiful silver tea service. Amongst those who spoke in eulogistic terms of the excellent services of Mr. Hart were Col. C. H. Darbishire, Revs. Caleb Williams, and Dewi Williams, B.A., the Vicar (the Rev. Griffith Matthews, B.A.), Mr. P. H. McClement /Chairman of the Urban District Council), and Mr. Thomas McClement. The Rev. Mr. Hart feelingly responded or. behalf of himself and his wife. THEATRICAL.—On Saturday night Miss Maggie Morton's company presented "A Thief in the night to a good audience in the Ox- ford Hall. CONCERT.—On Tuesday a tea was given in the Glyn C.M. Chapel, followed by a very en- joyable concert. A large number attended. DEATH.—The death took place on Friday of Mr. Robert Roberts, 2, Glyn-terrace, after a long illness. The deceased, who was a native of the district, was 52 years of age, and was at one time deacon of the Glyn C.M. Chapel, Dwv- gvfylchi, but later attended the Jerusalem C.M. Chapel. The funeral took place at Dwygyfylchi on Tuesday afternoon, the officiating minister being the Rev. Dewi Williams, B.A. The de- ceased leaves a widow and a daughter to mourn hi' loss.
LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. PROPOSED DEBATING SOCIETY.—Many of our readers will remember that it was pro- posed Last winter to form a united debating society in the Junction, but for some reason or other the matter was not brought to an issue. It is gratifying to note that there is now more enthusiasm displayed in the project, and a meet. ing of all interested will be held at the Ty'nyfron Assembly Room to-morrow (Friday) evening to consider the steps necessary for at once in- augurating such a society. There are some good debaters in the Junction and surrounding places, and it is well that there should be a place where those abilities may be fostered. THE JUNCTION RESERVES.—On Satur- day, the Reserves of the Junction Railway Tem- perance team journey to Llanfairfechan to play a second division league match. The doings of the Junction in the football world are increasing in interest, as the display given by both the Juniors and the Seniors has been gratifying. PUBLIC LIGHTING.—At the meeting of the Conway Corporation on Wednesday, the Borough Engineer reported that he had supplied the necessary information to the Clerk of the Rural District Council, with reference of the lighting of the Junction, but as no reply had been re- ceived, it was resolved to communicate further with the Rural and Parish Councils with refer- ence to the matter. ANNUAL PRHACJirXG.—On Tuesday even. ing and all day yesterday (Wednesday), the an- nual preaching meetings in connection with Pen- sarn C.M. Chapel took place, and were success- ful.
TALYBONT. FOREIGN MISSION —On Sunday the Rev. R J. Williams, Secretary of the C.M. Foreign Missionary Society, gave an excellent address on the work of the Society at the Talybont C.M. Chapel. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR SOCIETY.—On Sunday evening the weekly meeting of this So ciety was held, Mr. George Smith presiding, when Mr. Elias Hughes, Tuhwnt i'r afon, gave a very interesting address on Christmas Evans." ALUMINIUM WORKS.—A number of work- men from Scotland started work at the Dol- garrog aluminium works last week. RECOVERING.—We are glad to be able to announce that after a long and severe illness Mrs. Williams, Bryn Awel, is now progressing ■^ery favourably.
PENMACHNO. THE BUGAIL SLATE QUARRY.—At the Llanrwst County Court, on Friday, the action of Nathaniel Edwards against the Bugail Slate Quarry Company tried at the last Court was mentioned. Mr. Davies Jones appearing for tiv: plaintiff, and Mr. A. O. Evans for 1 c defend- ants. His Honour stated that on reading the statement of claim, he found that there WS5 no allegation in it of fraund as against the def-ad- ants, although the case had been fougnt by the plaintiff, and defended on behalf of :ne cif lend- ant as one of fraud, i.e., fraudulent misrepre- sentation on the sale of the share 'n question in the action. Mr. Davies Jones applied for leave to amend the statementt of claim,* so as to plead fraud. Mr. A. O. Evans objected to any leave to amend being given, but his Honour said that inasmuch as the action had been fought by both sides on the question of fraudulent misrepre- sentation, he would allow he claim to be amended to meet the case, and that he would give his decision at the next Court. He granted the defendant the costs of the day. THE NEW ORGAN.—Messrs. Wordsworth 'and Co., Leeds, have completed the new organ at Salem (C.M.) Chapel, and it was used for the first time on Sunday morning, when the Rev. O. Gaianydd Williams, Roewen, preached, and the organist, Mr. E. R. Davies, presided at the organ. The date of the organ recital is fixed for November 5th. BLACKWALL, HAYES & CO.—The well- known auctioneers, Messrs. Blackwall, Hayes and Co., Llanrwst, conducted a sale at Bryn Eidal on Monday, which was well attended by farmers from the neighbourhood. BETHANIA SOCIETY.—The young men of Bethania (W.) held their Cultural Society on Saturday, being presided over by the Rev. H. Meirion Davies, when a miscellaneous pro- gramme was gone through.
ROE WEN. THE WATER SUPPLY.—At the meeting of the Llandudno Council, on Friday night, a let- ter was read from Mrs. Holland, Gell, Llan- bedr, asking the Council to supply water through a standpipe to Chtirch-row, Llanbedr. The Council resolved to supply the water by meter at the usual charge of is. 3d. per 1,000 gallons, the applicant to fix the standpipe, pay the charges for tapping the main, together with the usual meter rent. Mrs. Holland further inquir- ed if the Council would be prepared to supply- water to the village of Roewen if asked to do so by the Conway Rural District Council. The Eingineer was empowered to reply that the Council would supply the water through a meter, the Rural Council to bear all incidental costs. EVENING SCHOOL.—The first meeting of the evening school was held on Tuesday even- ing, in conjunction with the Literary Society, the Rev. O. G. Williams presiding, when an ex- cellent address was given by the Retf. D. P. Hopkins, Llanbedr, on The Christian as a Socialist." In future the Literary Society meet- ings will be held on Monday evenings. MISSIONARY WORK.—On Tuesday the Rev R. J. Williams, Liverpool, and the Rev. Gerlan Williams, one of the Khasia missionaries now on a visit to Wales, gave addresses on the work of the Missionary Society at the C.M. Chapel. NEWYDD-DDYFODIAD. Llawen gennym longyfarch Nurse Morris, b Fangor, ar ei sef- ydliad yn ein plith. Cartrefa gyda r Llythyr- gludydd", Mr. Fzeciel Thom.is, ai briod, ym Mrongain, Ty'nygroes. Bydd yn gaffaeliad gweithfawr yn sicr. Mawi lwydd iddi. CWRDD DIOLCHGARWCH -Dydd Llun yr oedd v pentrefi cylchynol yn cynnal yr uchod. Cafwyd cynhullisdau rhagorol, a chyfarfodydd gwlithog, a gresy i fuasai iddo tod yn amgen, gan mor fendithiol y cynhaeaf ymhob man eleni CYDYMDEIMLAD.—Drwg gpnnym mai par- hau yn wael mae Mr. W. Davies, Croes y Ro. Mae gartref ers dros flwyddyn, a sicr fod cyd- ymdeimlad yr ardal a Mrs. Davies a'r plant yng ngwyneb hvn yn fawr. Dymunwn iddo ad- feriad lwyr yn fuan.
LLANRWST. PREACHERS.—The following will be the preachers for next Sunday: Zion (C.M.): Rev. Tlios. Hughes, B,A., Rliiw Scotland-street (C.M.): Rev. VVm. Jones, Conway. Horeb (W.) Prayer Meeting. Mr. O. Foulkes. St. James' (English) (W.) Kev. W. Nlelltir, Conway. Tabernacle (C.): Kev. Thos. Jones. Prayer Meeting. Ebenezer tC.) Sunday School. Mission Service. Penuel (B.): Rev. Glyn Edwards. Llantair. Breton Mission (R.C.). Holy Communion, 8. 30 a.m. Parochial Mass 110 a.m Welsh Devotions, 6.30. G. M. Trebaol, O.M I. MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY.—At the wetkly meeting of this Society, held on Wednesday, the subject for debate was In- Wednesday, the subject for debate was In- stinct and Intelligence," opened by Dr. Huw Williams. The chair was occupied by Mr. John Hughes, Berwynfa. APPLICATION FOR NEW TRIAL.—At the Llanrwst County Court, on Friday, Mr. R. O. Davies made an application on behalf of John Davies, auctioneer, Blaenau Festiniog, in the action of Hugh Jones, farm labourer, Pencraig, against the said John Davies, in which judg- ment had been given in the last Court in fav- our of the plaintiff with costs. Mr. Twigge Ellis opposed the application on behalf of the plain- tiff. Mr. Davies submitted that he could now produce the defendant's diary, and highly re- spectable witnesses to prove that his client was not at Pencraig at the date material, and on sev- eral days before and after, inasmuch as the mat- ter was importantant for his client, he strongly appealed to His Honour to grant a new trial, even if the defendant would have to pay the costs of the previous and future hearing. His Honour refused the application, stating that the defendant should have brought his evidence at the previous hearing. Mr. Twigge Ellis applied for his costs of the day, which were granted. TABERNACLE LITERARY SOCIETY.—At the weekly meeting of this Society, held on Friday, the Rev. W. Cynwyd Williams presid- ing, a paper was read by Miss Berry on Esther." Others who spoke were Messrs. D. O. Jones, R. Maddocks, W. Davies, Enos Wil- liams, R. G. Davies, Oswald Davies, Mrs. Griffith Jones, Mrs. Cadwaladr Jones, Mrs. Hughes and Miss Davies. ZION LITERARY SOCI ETY. The Homes of Welsh Celebrities was the subject of a lecture delivered by Mr. S. Maurice Jones, of Carnarvon, at the Zion Lecture room on Friday evening. There was a good attendance, presided over by Mr. Evan Jones, County School. The Lecturer's remarks on the various homes, were al! the more interesting for the lecturer had thoughfully prepared a painting of each one, which he exhibited whilst discoursing. The lecture throughout was much appreciated. DRUNK.—At the Petty Sessions on Monday, before Colonel Sandbach, Messrs. John Black- wall. and W. B. Halhed, Edward Jones, Well- place, and David William Jones, Narrow-street, were charged with being drunk and disorderly. The former was fined 2s. 6d. and costs, a further charge was preferred against David William Jones, of assaulting the police. P.C. Owen stated that whilst prisoner was being locked up on Saturday night, he deliberately kicked wit- ness in the shin causing a very ugly wound. The Chairman characterised prisoner as an in- corrigible, always getting drunk, having been previously before them for that offence 43 times. His master appeared in Court, and was prepared to pay the previous fines which prisoner had not paid, also the fine that day. Prisoner was fined 10s. and costs for each offence. POLICE CHANGES.—P.C. Jones is being removed to Denbigh, and his place will be taken bv P.C. Williams, now of Denbigh. DELEGATE. Mr. David Jones, Berlin House, was the delegate representing the Llan- rwst Tradesmen's Association at the North Wales Advertising Board conference held at Llandudno last week. STOCK SALE.—On Tuesday, Messrs. Black- wall, Hayes and Co., conducted a sale of the whole at" he live "tack from Ty Coch, Wybr- r.ant, Dolwyddelen (removed for the conven- ience of sale to Cae'r Graig), the property of Mr. David Williams. There were 220 ewes making from 14s. gd. to 19s. 3d, mountain weth- ers, a draft of 150 realised from 12s. od. to 19s. each; ewe lambs up to ios., and wether lambs to 8;; 6d., calving cows made up to "11 12s. 6d., and yearling bullocks and heifers averaged £ 6 5s hciicrs with calf at foot realised £10 10s. HOREB.—The young people's society at Horeb have decided that the coming session shall be taken up with reading, and a class will be held weekly. COUNTY SCHOOL GOVERNORS —A meet- ing of the Governors of the school met on Wednesday, Mr. W. J. Wiiliams presiding. There were also present Mrs. Tsgoed Jones, Miss M. R. Jones, Colonel Sandbach, Rev. John Morgan (Rector), Messrs. D. J. Willi am s, W. H. Williams and E. Jones Owen with the Clerk, Mr. Thomas Griffith. A letter was read from the Denbighshire Education Authority enclosing resolution passed ot their meeting as follox-s:- that the consideration of the proposed exten- sions to the Llanrwst County School be further deferred, until the proposals of the Joint Educa "tion Committee for amending the present scheme are finally approved, and that the school Governors be informed that as soon as the new scheme is m operation, the plans will have the immediate attention of this committee." On the proposition of Col. Sandbach, seconded by Mr. W. H. Williams, it was resolved that a letter be sent to the Board of Education and to the Central Welsh Board, enclosing a copy of that resolution, in order that they may see the position of the Govenor's in the matter On the motion of Mr. D. T. Williams, it was decided that the question of granting internal scholar- ship for year 1911-12 be submitted to a small committee, in conjunction with the headmaster. DEATH.—We regret to announce the death of Mrs. Griffith Roberts, Talybont, which took place on Monday, in her 57th year. She leaves a husband and family to mourn her loss. The funeral-takes place at St. Mary's Churchyard, on Saturday. ON A VISIT.—After a stay of over twelve years in Canada, Mr. Walters, George street, has come on a -isit to his native town, accom- panied by his wife. ILLNESS.—We regret to report the continued illness of Mrs. Tones, Feiin Ucha and Mr. Thomas, Station-road, late Tyddyn e wish them both a speedy recovery. APPOINTMENT.—Mr. W. Charles Hughes, son of the Rev Hugh Hughes. Groesffordd Cottage, I lanrwst, has been appointed head- master of an industrial school at Glasgow. There were 115 applications for the post COTTAGE GARDENING—A special meet- ing of the Education Authority was held on Monday, Mr. Wm. Hughes presiding, when the replies of the masters of the various school re cottage gardening were considered. The follow- ing schools have agreed to include gardening in their curriculum Glan Conway, Eglwysbach, Janddoget, and Llanddewi, and arrangements are being made to include that item at Gwytherin. The Clerk was instructed to obtain a list of implements necessary ior use at each school. FISHING.—With the advent of fresh water on Wednesday, anglers turned out in good num- beis. Mr. II. E. Blackwall secured a fine fish on Thursday weighing iS^lbs.
2 BETTWSYCOED. WEATHER OBSERVATIONS AT BETTWSYCOED For the week ending Saturday, Oct. 22nd, 1910. Mean Maximum (in Shade) 55'4 Mean Minimum (in Shade) 42'4 Highest in Shade 58 Lowest in Snade 38 Maximum in the Sun — Lowest on the grass 37 Bright Sunshine 95 hrs. Mean amount of Cloud. 7 "4 percent. Observer—DR. HUGH WATSON ^OX. PERSONAL-.—We are. pleased to report still further progress towards recovery in the con- dition of Mr. R. Parry, J.P. ACCIDENT.—Whilst following his employ- ment at the Pool Mine, on Friday, Mr. David Roberts, Diosgyd Isa, met with an accident, from the result of which he is confined to his bed. TEMPERANCE.—A meeting of the Women's Temperance Association was held at Bryn Mawr, on Thursday, when t was res "nved that Mrs. Parry, Bryn Derwen, should attend the conf- r- cnoe to be held at Penygroes this week The following are the officers for the coming session President, Mrs. Parry, Bryn Derwen Vice- President, Mrs. Hughes, The Ferns Secretary, Miss Eccles, Tanymarian assistant secretary, Miss Roberts. De Kresby House; Treasurer, Mrs. Roberts, l'yllati. FOOTBALL.—The following will represent Bettws in the replayed tie at Bettws on Satur- day against Llandudno Junction :—Tom Davies R. Ellis and W. Ellis; Jim Owens, Salisbury Roberts, and Joe Thomas W. Jones, R Owen, Stephen Hughes, Gethin Davies and Gillett.
TREFRIW. BLODWEN STOKES, TUEITUW.—The right place for good work, call or drop a card to William Keen, Plumber, Glazier, h. and c. water Engineer, Sanitary Work done, Electric Belb xed. Jobbing punctually attended t). WEDDING.—A popular wedding was solem- ,h nized at St. Mary's Church yesterday (Wednes- day). The contracting parties were Miss Lizzie Jones, Rhianva, and Mr. Isaac Roberts, now of BettwsycoeJ, better known as a vocalist of some repute. The cerenionn was performed by the Rector (Rev. John Gower). On leaving the Chmcn, the happy couple were the recipients of hearty good wishes and showers of confetti. DEATH.—It is with regret that we announce the death of Mrs. Anne Williams, of Fir Villa, which occurred early on Monday morning, in her 70th year. The deceased had been in the enjoyment of fairly good health up to a short time ago, and was present at the thanksgiving services. She contracted a severe cold which developed into into pneumonia, from which she succumbed. She was a native of Dolwyddelen, but the greatest portion of her life was spent at Trefriw. She was predeceased by her husband some years She leaves one son and two daughters to mourn her loss. The funeral takes place at the Cemetery on Friday. PERSONAL.-—We are pleased to report that Mrs. OckleSitone is recovering from the effects of her recent illness.
EGLWYSBACH. OBITUARY.—We record with regret the death of Mr. Edward Evans, Tan y Berllan, who passed peacefully away last Wednesday morn- ing. Deceased, who was only 31 years of age, had been ailing for a considerable time. Since coming from school he worked at the Bodnant Gardens, where he was respected by all. His loss will be keenly felt at the Bryn Seion Chapel, as he was an active worker with the Baptist cause there. We extend our sympathy to his sister and two brothers in their bereavement. The funeral took place on Saturday, and a large number of relatives and friends were present. The Rev. T. Gwilym Roberts and the Rev. B. D. Harries officiated by the house, whilst the Rev. H. L. Davies, B.D., conducted the service in the church and by the grave. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. David Owen, Graig. MISSIONARY MEETING.-On Monday night the annual meeting in connection with the Wesleyan Mission was held at Ebenezer Chapel. The Rev. W. Roberts, Penisa'rwaen, led the introductory portion of the service, and the Rev. Meirion Davies, Penmachno, followed with an admirable sermon on Exodus xlii. 1-4. PRESENTATION.—Mr. David Roberts, Bryn y Fran, has acted as local collector for the Wesleyan Mission for 50 years. His devotcd- ness is naturally highly appreciated by the So- ciety, and at the conclusion of the sermon on Monday night the Rev. T. Gwilym Roberts, on their behalf, presented Mr. Roberts with a valu- able book to commemorate his jubilee as col- lector.
TALYCAFN. MART SALE.-Messrs. Robert and Rogers" Jones conducted their periodical mart sale on Tuesday. There was a heavy entry, consisting of 1,041 fat wethers, ewes and lambs, the for- mer making up to 20S., and the latter to 24S. breeding ewes made up to 24S wethers a similar price. The fat cattle section comprised 65 f;. beasts, for which there was a keen demand at better prices, making up to £19 5s. 20 calving cows and heifers up to Zlg 2s. 6d. The 35 store cattle sold readily at prices up to Zii 5s. fat calves to ^5 porkers to f2, and breeding sows to £ 6. The next sale is announced for Monday, November 7th, 1910.
LLANDDOGET. HARVEST THANKSGIVING.—The annual thanksgiving services were held at the Parish Church on Wednesday evening, and continued on Thursday. The preacher was the Rev. Geo. Salt, Bodfean. There were good congregations at all the services, and the singing was very hearty. The Church was tastefully decorated by Mrs. Priddle, Mrs. Ellis Davies, Miss Wil- liams (Post Office), Miss M. Griffith, and Mrs. Thomas (Tan Lan). Contributions of fruit, flowers, corn and vegetables were made by Mrs. Priddle, Miss Lenthall, Mrs. Hyde, Miss Leigh- ton, Mrs. Rogers Jones, Mrs. Roberts (Ffynnon Newydd), Mrs. Jones (Tv Coch), Mrs. Rowland (Wern), Mrs. Roberts (Tan y Graig), Mrs. Ro- berts (Tan LJan), Mrs. Thomas (Tan Lan), Miss Griffiths (Maesbach), Mr. Jones (Ty'ntwll), Mrs. Evans (1 vnclJol), Misses Esther and Jennie Williams (Tan y Bryn., Mr. Evans (1 v Gwyn), The following clergy were present at the ser- vices :-Revs. J. Titley Williams, T. l.lechid Jones (Yspytty Tfan), O. G. Pritchard (Capel Garmon), and T. Roberts, R.N.
LLANBEDR-Y-CEWIIV. PARISH MEETING.—A parish meeting was held at the Council School on Friday evening, Mr. Joseph Jones, Penygarth, presiding. The overseers' accounts were read, and showed that all the rates had been coliected with the excep- tion of 4s. 2d., and that there was a balance in hand of £3 after paying all calls. A letter was read from the County Council re adopting bye- laws under the Children's Act. The Clerk was instructed to write that the Act was not applic- able to this district. He was also directed to call the attention of the District Council to the nuisance caused at Llanbedr by the throwing of dirty water from the houses on the roadside. It was resolved to ask the District Council to ac- cept the third alternative offered to them by
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LLANGERNYW. THE BIBLE SOCIETY.—Rev. T. Gwilym Roberts (W.), Eglwysbach, delivered an address as a deputy on behalf of the London Bible So- ciety, at the Llangernyw Schools on Tuesday night. A good number were present in spite of the unfavourable weather. PRIZE DISTRIBUTION.—Books and certifi- cates as prizes were given by the Denbighshire Education Authority for good attendance and good conduct were distributed to scholars of the Llangernyw Schools on Friday morning. Addresses were given afterwards to the school- children loy the two managers present, Colonel Sandbach, J.P., and Rev. E. J. Jones, B.A. If ♦OBITUARY.—After a painful illness, the death occurred on Sunday of Mrs. Mary Ro- berts, wife of Mr. Isaac Roberts, Bron'rhaul, at the age of 70 years. The interment took place on Thursday afternoon, at Llangernyw Church- yard.
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the Cowlyd Board in connection with supplying water to residents along the main. OBITUARY.—On Wednesday, at the Salem Churchyard, the funeral of Mr. John Griffith Davies," Rhiwgoch, took place, the Rev. D. P. Hopkins officiating.