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COLWYN BAY. MR AND MRS HODGKINS beg to thank their numerous friends for the kind sympathy extended to them in their sad bereavem-ont.- Advt- INTER-VARSITY DEBATE. Mr D. S. Owen, Colwyn Bay, has been selected to take part in the Inter-Varsity Debate at King's Col- lege, London, to-morrow (Friday). The subject of the debate is "Capital Punishment." CONVALESCENT. Mr A. R. Tudman, electrical engineer to the Colwyn Bay Urban District Council, is happily convalescent after three weeks' confinement to his bedroom by a somewhat serious attack of influenza. DISTRICT NURSfNG ASSOCIATION.—The bon. secretary begs to acknowledge the following donations towards the special sick fund for sup- plying nourishment to the deserving sick poor: The committee of the Free Church Girls' Guild, per Miss Ayles, hon. secretary, and Miss Shewell, hon. treasurer, L5; Mrs Schill, E2 2s; Lady Ratcliffe, JEl; Miss Entwistle, 10s 6d; Mrs Hammond, 10s 6d; F.E.S., 10s; Miss Lewis, 10s; Mrs Bourne, 5s; Mrs Thomas, 2s 6d; Mrs Crosbee, 2s 6d; and Mrs Graham, 2s. LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.-On Friday even- ing,' at the Liberal Association, the discussion of the paper read by Mr Fred Griffiths, at the previous meeting, on "Unemployment: Its Causes and Remedy," was continued. An ex- ceedingly interesting debate followed, in which Messrs R. Thompson, J.P., J. Crompton, T. Roberts (Penrhyn View), L. M. Burrell, S. Glynne Jones, B.A., D. W. Griffiths, S. G. Jones, T. J. Dowell, and others took part. Mr Griffiths was accorded vote of thanks for his paper, and the Chairman (the Rev. Thos. Lloyd) was also thanked for presiding. AGRICULTURAL LECTI;RE.-The Science and Art Classes' Executive Committee have ar- ranged a course of six lectures, dealing with agriculture, to be given at the Infants' School. The first of these took place on Friday, when the lecturer, Mr R. G. White, B.Sc., N.D.A., of the University College, Bangor, dealt with "The Cultivation and Manuring of the Soils." TEAM FOR SATURDAY.—The Amateurs of Llandudno are down to appear against the town team on the Rhos fields, on Saturday, in the second round of the Welsh Amateur Cup. Un- fortunately for the Bayites, there is a rule in the competition which debars players residing I outside a five miles' radius from taking part, so that they will be without their clever Abcrgele right wing pair, Moss Jones and Will Jones. The team to do duty will be;—C. Hallwood; H. Tonkin and 0. E. Williams; E. Griffiths, T. Welling?, and R. Rowlands; J. T. Owen, T. Mc- Cann (capt.), E. Parry, W. Parry, and J. LI. Owen, forwards. The kick-off is timed for 2.30 prompt, and Lord Kinnaird, president of the English Football Association, is expected to set the ball rolling. PUBLIC HALL LETTING—Mr Harry Rev- nolds, the popular amusement provider, has taken the Public Ha.11 for twelve months, dating from January 1st, with the main object of pro- viding accommodation for his troupe of Seren- aders on wet days during the season. For the earlier months, however, he is booking a num- ber of theatrical companies in pantomimes, etc. By the way. could not Mr Reynolds be pre- vailed upon to run a troupe for the short but busy Easter season? THE STORM.—During Sunday and through the night severe weather prevailed here. Rain ] fell heavily for hours without ceasing, and the Wind became a hurricane about midnight, but, fortunately, it came from the west, and the town was fairly well sheltered, so that very little damage to property is reported in the district. Notwithstanding the difficulty experienced in getting to the Promenade, owing to the strength of the wind, large numbers gathered on the front in the evening to watch the high sea running. It w as all imposing spectacle. As usual, much ] shingle was borne on to the Promenade. REFUSED TO QUIT. Elizabeth Bryan, of 27, Park-road, was fined 5s and costs by Dr. W. M. Venables Williams and Mr George Bevan, on Tuesday, for being drunk and disorderly on the previous day. From the evidence of P.C Evans, it appeared that defendant had unsuccessfully Bought drink at the Imperial Hotel, whereupon Bh-o stubbornly decided not to quit the place. After considerable trouble she was removed to the parapet outside, but thence to the police station. She had to be conveyed in a handcart. MISSIONARY CAMPAIGN. On Sunday, at the English Congregational Church, a week's missionary campaign was commenced. Rev. J. Ernan Evans, Holywell, preached in the morn- ing, whilst in the evening the special monthly service was conducted by the Rev. J. Irvon Da- vies, Llandudno. On Monday evening a public mooting was held, when the Rev. J. Irvon Da- vies delivered an address on "Our Missionary Service and Martyrdoms." On Tuesday evening, Mr J. W. Clark, who has recently returned from China, gave "A business man's impression of missionary work in China." Last evening the Rev. T. Gasquoine, B.A., Bangor, was the speaker, and his subject was, "The Watchers' Band Meeting." The meetings will be continued until urdyy. S" A I'll PICTURES.—The silvograph pic tare .h:bition was resumed on Monday for two nights, and attracted good houses. The films exhibited formed an enjoyable programme. As the hall had been previously engaged for these dates, the pictures were again withdrawn for a couple of days, but will be again displayed to- morrow evening, when there will be an entire change of programme. I.O.G.T.—Some time ago the Pioneer Lodge of the I.O.G.T. fell through for lack of support, I but successful efforts have just been made to re- suscitate the branch. On Monday evening tho third sessional meeting was held in the English Baptist Church, and the installation of officers took place in the presence of an encouraging at- tendance. The ceremony was performed by Mr A. G. Jones, lodge deputy, and the following officers were appointed :—Chief Templar, Mr Ed. Jones (P.G.C.T. of Wales); vice-templar, Miss Owen secretary,Mr J. Owen financial secretary, Mr D. O. Evans; treasurer, Mr W. J. Hill; chap- lain, Mr Abraham; past chief templar, Mrs E. Jones; assistant secretary, Miss Vera Roberts; marshail, Mr J. E. Roberts; deputy marshall, Mr P. Evans; guard, Mi Yarwood; sentinel, Mr M. Roberts. After the ceremony, addresses were given by Messrs F. Jones and W. J. Hill, and a solo was rendered by Mr Abraham. Ar- rangements were made for an inaugural publio meeting, when the Rev. J. A. Rees, of Rhos- oolyn (Grand Chief Templar for Wales) will give an address. AN EXCEPTIONAL SALE. Mr Charles Morgan, auctioneer, is advertising in our col- umns a sale of exceptional ink-rest, to con- noisseurs, art collectors, curio dealers, etc. At the Auction Room, on Wednesday next, he will offer for sale a collection of genuine old china, hand-painted ware, rare old plaques in brass and copper, handsome Sheraton and Chippendale cabinets, a number of valuable oilpaintings, en- gravings, etc. Catalogues can be procured on apnlication to the auctioneer. COTTAGE HOSPITAL.—The Matron desires to acknowledge the receipt of the following gifts: —North Cambrian Guild of Needlework, per Mrs B ovan Davies, 20 articles of clothing; Mrs and Miss Digby-Smith, Llanddulas, curtains and flowers; Mrs Bowker, Beston, Notts.. a scrap book; Mr Raynes, rabbits; Mrs Norris, Rhos, fruit; Mrs Booth, turnips; Mrs Hignett, Liver- pool, parcel of books; Miss Williams, Tandder- wen, jam; Colwyn Bay Hotel, per Miss Thorpe, plates, water bottles, cups, etc. HOREB WESLEY GUILD.-A well attended meeting of the Wesley Guild was held in the Horeb Schoolroom on Thursday evening, the president (Rev. J. Wesley Hughes) in the chair. Three excellent papers were read: "Novels," Miss Emily Griffiths, Lawson Villa; "Character," Miss Richards, The Poplars; and "Robert Burns," Mr W. O. Griffiths, Rhos. Further remarks werei made by Mr John Evans, Victoria Stores, and the president. NANTifGLYN P.S.E.—There was a large at- tendance on Saturday evening, under the presi- dency of Mr S. Johnston, secretary of tho Y.M.C.A. An enjoyable musical programme was presented, in which a number of youthful local artistes took part. Miss Sallie Parry, who was responsible for the programme, is to be congra- tulated upon the success achieved. SUNDAY SERVICES. The preachers for next Sunday are as follows:—St. Paul's Church: Sorviccs at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Mission Church, Coed Pella-road 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. English Congregational Rev. Thomas Lloyd, pastor. Salem (Welsh Congregational): Rev. Henry R. Will iams, pastor. St. John's Wesleyan Morn- ing. service as usual, 11; evening,service as usual, 6.30. Nantyglyn-road Wesleyan: Morning, ser- vice as usual; evening, service as usual, 6.30. Tabornacle (Welsh Baptist): Rev. Peter Jones, pastor. English Baptist: Rev. H. T. Cousins, Ph.D., pastor. Engedi (C.M.): Rev E. J. Jones, M.A., Carnarvon. Bethlehem (C.M.): Rev. Ahram Olivor.Portmadoc. Hermon (C.M.) Rev. Thomas Parry. Scion (C.M.): Services as usual. Rhiw-road (C.M.): Rev. D. O. Davies. Pwllheli. Horeb, Rhiw-road (Welsh Wesleyan): Services morning and evening. Presbyterian: Rev. -E. Pierce. Society of Friends (Erskine-road): Meet- ing at 11 a.m. Old Baptist Union, Greenfield- road: Services 11 a.m. end 6.30 p.m. African In- stitute: Services at 7 p.m., addresses being given, by the African students and friends. HERMON LITERARY SOCIETY. There was a good attendance on Monday evening, pre- aided over by Mr T. F. Pugh. An interesting" paper was given by Mr Francis Evans, on "The Reading of Fiction." AH the members present took part in the discussion. ENGEDI LITERARY SOCIETY.—Mr L. M. Burrell presided an Monday evening, when a

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