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CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR CONVENTION…

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CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR CON- VENTION AT COLWYN BAY. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. INTERESTING ADDRESS BY MR PATON WILLIAMS. The fifteenth annual Convention of the Col- wyn Bay-Llandudno and District Union of the Qhristian Endeavour Society was held at the English Congregational Church, Coiwyn Bay, on Mor*iay. The proceedings opened at 3.30 with a con- ference, over which Rev. John Edwards pre- luded. At tihe outset, the Chairman said the Colwyn Bay friends were very pleased to see so many | colleagues present from Llandudno and district, and to these they extended a cordial welcome. fie had never seen a better gathering at an I afternoon meeting, and this fact spoke of the progress made by the Christian Endeavour movement in the district (hear, hear). They welcomed old and new societies. In past years it had been necessary for the president or chairman to explain what the C.E. was, but its work was now known the world over. Con- tinuing, the speaker said tlhe world was ever fready to criticise Christians, because there were tome hypocrites. If there were nine good out of ten, and the latter was a hypocrite, the world J would point to the latter. It was therefore very Essential that each member justified his connec- tion with the good cause. The C.E. move- jment, oonoluded the chairman, was directed to- wards aggressive work, and for building up the Christian oharacter. The meeting then sang "Let the tide come in," Mr David Greenfield leading the singing. I Miss Davies, Llandudno Junction, then read a paper on the "Privileges of Christian En- 'deavourers." She said that two of the privileges were the surenosa of Christian Salvation, and being able to work for the Lord Jesus Christ. JjThey were often singing "What a friend we have in Jesus." Not only were they expected to have a friend in Jesus, but also to introduce him to others. It behoved them, if they were fclessed, to let others know of this blessedness. he out-and-out Endeavourer was always on j the look out for opportunities to extend the Kingdom. The speaker continued at some length, and urged all present to do their utmost for the cAuse. Miss F. Greenfield, Colwyn Bay, sang a solo, "The Better Land." Miss Butler, also of Llandudno Junction, read & paper on "Bible Study," a work, she de- scribed, as enjoyable and profitable to indulge in. One of the most cheerful principles of the C.E. was to read a.nd ptiudy, and "he com- mended the study aa a source of information and Inspiration.. Several others took part in the) proceedings, which were eventually brought to a close with the singing of the Doxology. A public tea was provided in tihe Lecture Hall, and a large number were thus entertained.

ELECTION OF OFFICERS.

PUBLIC MEETING.

"ALL CHUMS."

A COLWYN BAY BUILItER'S FAILURE.

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Igig-irNT99 "HUMORS OF HISTORY.",

HANES THOMAS A BECKET.—Rhif.…

LORD COCHRANE'S COMING OF…

THE GUESTS.

PENSARN BEACH.

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- WELSH COUNTY SCHOOLS.

PROPOSED LADY INSPECTOR.

THE WELSH ACCENT.

------' RELIGION IN COUNTY…

EXCITING SCENE AT PRESTATVN

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH…

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LLANRWST AND DISTRICT EDUCATION…

A DOCTOR'S CLAIM.

LEGAL ASSISTANCE.

APPOINTMENT.

CAPEL GARMON AND NEBO SCHOOLS.

COUGHS, COLDS,

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LLANRWST URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

EXTRAORDINARY TRAFFIC.

WATER MAIN EXTENSIONS.

COLLECTOR'S REPORT.

THE SWINE MARKET.

THE LETTING OF THE TOWN HALL.

THE REPAIR OF PAVEMENTS.

THE SPEED OF MOTOR CARS.

ALL NIGHT LAMPS.

THE COUNCIL AND THE ELECTRIC…

FINANCIAL.

CRAFNANT FISHERY.

ANOTHER LADY KNOWS.

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