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1902 Bazzar Booklet, Names after surnames are the residence of the persons.

PENMAENMAWR SILVER BAND.
HANDBOOK OF A GRAND BAZAAR’
TO BE HELD AT ST. DAVID’S HALL, PENMAENMAWR,
On Wednesday & Thursday, April 23 & 24, 1902

THE PENMAENMAWR SILVER BAND
The Above Band consisting of 25 members was formed in September, 1894, each member paying on entrance fee of 20/- together with a membership fee of 1/-
per week. The Band had now in hand a sum of £25, a further sum of £25 was
required before the Instruments could be purchased. Subscriptions to the value of £12, and proceeds of Benefit Concert £6 were obtained, leaving a deficiency of £7, this is amount the members subscribed between themselves.
A set of Brass Instruments of the value of £140 under the following conditions
were purchased,—£50 deposit, the balance to be paid in monthly instalments. On February 19th, 1895, the balance was paid. The motto of the Band was, and is, efficiency, and its history for the following three years is summed up in the words
"steady progress".
In order to fulfil its motto, a better class of Instruments was required, and in May, 1898, a Set of Class A, Plated and Engraved Instruments in leather cases to the value of £372 were purchased, taking over the old Instruments as part of payment.
The property of the Band consisting Instruments, Music, Music Stands, Cases,
now amount to about £400. The Band have increased in their number since their formation to 27 members, have joined the F. Co. 3rd. V. B. R. W. Fusiliers, and have performed with the Battalion Band at the last two Camps.
From time to time they have taken part in various Contests, the result being highly creditable, viz :—Two Third Prizes, Seven Seconds, and Three First. To enable them to obtain their motto and be a credit to the Principality, they have availed themselves of the services of Mr. Alex. Owen, of Manchester, who is an expert in his profession, ,acting as a Trainer to some of the best Bands in England and Wales,
Great credit is due to Mr. J. S. COVERLEY, J. P., who has acted as Bandmaster from the commencement, and has been able to pilot the Band past innumerable dangers to the arena of first class combatants.
By thus giving a short history of the Band, we can confidently say, that they have at all times been most willing to assist at all Local Concerts, Processions,
We trust that on this occasion the public will show their appreciation of our efforts by COMING, SEEING, BUYING, and GIVING.

OBJECT OF THE BAZAAR
the Penmaenmawr Silver and has decided to hold a Grand Bazaar on the 23rd and 24th of April, .1902, with a view to clear the debt, which
remains on the instruments.
For this purpose a sum of £201 will be needed, and for this reason
they appeal to the public's generosity by means of this Bazaar.
A glance at the arrangements will prove that no effort has been spared to make this Bazaar a success, and the Committee appeals with confidence for the sympathy and practical assistance which may bring this scheme to a successful issue.

BAZAAR OFFICIALS
President :Mr. R. DAVIES Celyndu.
Vice President :Mr. J. ROBERTS, Mountain View Hotel.
Treasurer :Mr. D. G. JONES, Rhianfa.
Secretaries : Mr W. HUGHES Montrose
Mr. F. DUMBAVAND Wave Crest.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Mr. D. JONES, Victoria Cottage,
Mr. F. HUGHES, Chapel Street.
Mr. H. HUGHES, Water Street.
Mr. M. ROBERTS, Maenan Terrace.
Mr. 0. ROBERTS, Fern Bank.
Mr. J. S. COVERLEY, Rocklands.
Mr. F. D. CHANTREY, Bryn Derwen.
Sergt. Major DALY, St. David’s Terrace.
Mr. O. H. EVANS, Bodafon.
Mr. R. W. JONES, Central Buildings.

MASTERS OF CEREMONIES
Mr. R. DAVIES, Celyndu
Mr. F. DUNBAVAND, Wave Crest.
Mr. R. D. OWEN, Stanley Buildings

LADIES COMMITTEE
President :—Mrs. PICTON, Caerlyr.
Treasurer :—Mr. DARBISHIRE Plas Mawr.
Secretary :—Miss LOUlE DARBISHIRE, Plas Mawr.

 COMMITTEE
Miss DARBISHIRE, Plas Celyn.
Mrs. ARNOLD, Erw Fair.
Mrs. BOWEN, Bee Hive.
Mrs. CHANTREY, Bryn Derwen
Miss DAVIES, Penrhyn Villa.
Mrs. DALY, St. David’s Terrace
Mrs. DAVIES, Celyndu.
Mrs. DUNBAVAND, Wave Crest.
Mrs. FOYN, Burleigh House.
Mrs. HOVEY Eden Hall.
Mrs. HOPKINS. 1 Gilfach Cottage.
Miss HUGHES, Fron Wendon
Mrs. HUGHES, Montrose.
Mrs. JONES, Llys Arvon.
Miss JENKINS, Tanyberllan
Mrs, JONES, The Vicarage.
Miss JONES, Ormes Head View.
Mis. JONES, Tudno House.
Mrs. JONES, Rhianfa
Mrs. LEWIS, Moranedd
Mrs. M’CLEMENT, Sunny Bank.
Mrs. PROCTOR, Rhiwlas.
Mrs. ROBERTS, Cambrian Buildings.
Mrs. RHODES, Merton House.
Mrs. ROBERTS, Goleufryn
Mrs. THOMAS, Penmarian
Mrs. TREVOR, Dyffryn.
Mrs. WILLIAMS, Althorp.

DISTINGUISHED PATRONS
HON. MRS. HENRY MOSTYN
MRS. W. A. DARBISHIRE Carnarvon.
MRS. SWINGFORD WOOD, Conwy.
J. E. GREAVES, ESQ. (Lord Lieutenant of Carnavonshire).
COL. DIXON, Llandudno
J. H. HIGSON, ESQ. North View.
DR. PRITCHARD, Conway
C. J. PROCTOR ESQ. Liverpool.
 

OPENING CEREMONIES

THE BAZAAR WILL BE OPENED EACH DAY AT 2 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, 23rd, BY
His Worship The Mayor of Conway,
(ALBERT WOOD, Esq. J.P. & D.L.)
THURSDAY, 24th, BY
W.A. DARBISHIRE, Esq, J.P.
CARNARVON
A Selection of Music will be given each day by the Band.

Stall No. 1

PRESIDED OVER BY Mrs. PICTON, Caerlyr.
Mrs. DARBISHIRE, Plas Mawr.
Mrs. WILLIAMS, Ardre.
ASSISTED BY Miss DARBISHIIE Plas Celyn.
Mrs. WILLIAMS, Althorp.
Miss DAVLES, Penrhyn Villa.

Mrs. DAVIES, Celyndu.
MRs. FOYN, Burleigh House.
Mrs. HOVEY, Eden Hall.

Stall No. 1

Mrs. HUGHES, Montrose.
Miss JONES, Ormes Head View.
Mrs. JONES, Tudno House.
Mrs. LEWIS, Moranedd.
Mrs. RHODES, Merton House.
Mrs. TREVOR, Dyffryn.
Mrs. THOMAS, Penmarian.

Now ere you leave this bright and busy Hall,
Be sure to purchase at this tasteful stall,
Upon our Stall pray keep your eye,
And come dear Friends prepared to buy.

Stall No. 2

PRESIDED OVER BY

Mrs. PROCTOR, Rhiwlas.
ASSISTED BY

Mrs. CHANTREY, Bryn Derwen. Mrs. JONES, Llys Arvon. Mrs. DALY, St. David’s Terrace. Mrs. ROBERTS, Cambrian Buildings.
Mrs. ROBERTS, Goleufryn.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stall No.3

GENTLEMEN’S REQUISITES.
PRESIDED OVER BY
Mrs. P. H. M’CLEMENT, Sunnv Bank.
Miss LOUIE DARBISHIRE, Plas Mawr.
Mrs. WARREN ROBERTS, Coed AIun.
If you see anything yon want—Buy it
If you see anything you don’t want,—Buy it for someone else.

Stall No. 4

REFRESHMENTS.
PRESIDED OVER BY
Mrs. BOWEN, Bee Hive.
Mrs. JONES, Llys Arvon,
Mis. DUNBAVAND, Wave Crest.
Mrs. JONES, Rhianfu,
Sometimes counsel take, and sometimes tea .—Pope.

Stall No.5

FLOWERS & PERFUME.
PRESIDED OVER BY
Mrs. PROCTOR, Rhiwlas.
Miss JENKINS, Tanvberllan.
ASSISTED BY THE MISSES CLARKE, Liverpool.
“here is much to charm your eye,
If you look you’re sure to buy.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stall No.6

MAKING UP PARCELS, CUTLERY, and CHANGE.
PRESIDED OVER BY
Mrs. JONES, The Vicarage.
Miss HUGHES, Fron Wendon.

Stall No.7

SWEETS, (INDIA ROCK a Speciality).
PRESIDED OVER BY Mrs. FOULKES, Victoria Cottage.

 

HAT TRIMMING COMPETITION
FOR GENTLEMEN ONLY.
Judge:—Mrs. KNEESHAW, Graigiwyd Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PARCEL OFFICE and CLOAK ROOM,
UNDER THE CARE OF
Miss DAVIES, Penrhyn Villa and Mrs. HOPKINS, Gilfach Road.
Articles can be left here for the fee of 1d. per Article.. Babies 10/6.
This arrangement will enable you to have a free access to your pockets.

MISCELLANEOUS ENTERTAINMENTS

TABLEAUX ‘VIVANTS.
Table Tennis Tournament
Under the Management of T. DOCKSEY, Esq, Tyddyn Bach.

SHOOTING GALLERY.
Grand Prizes will be offered,
Under the Management of Sergt. Major DALY.

PAlMISTRY
Under the supervision of M’dsle ZARA.

Nail Driving Competition.
RULES.
Competitors will he supplied with a hammer, a piece of wood, and one 5 inch nail,
Nail must be driven in point first.
The Lady who succeeds in driving the nail in
straightest and Quickest will be the winner.
Entrance fee 3d. Admission to see the driving feat 2d.

 

Ladies’ Monkey Brand Polishing Competition.
A Novel, Healthy, Instructive and Exciting’ form of Amusement.
Prices:
FIRST PRIZE :—A Handsome Case of Best Quality CARVERS.
SECOND PRIZE :—A Case of Specialities manufactured by LEVER BROS LTD, comprising SUNLIGHT SOAP, LIFEBUOY Royal Disinfectant SOAP, SWAN white floating SOAP, LUX, MONKEY BRAND, &c., &c., with a beautifully Illustrated Certificate for Each Prize Winner.
Judge:—Mrs. W. A. DARBISHIRE, Penybryn, Carnarvon.
THE PRIZES ARE OFFERED BY Messrs. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, PORT SUNLIGHT, CHESHIRE,
conditions under which the competition will be conducted an as follows:—
The competitors will be arranged round the table (which should be without a cover) in such a manner that each may have sufficient elbow room to allow of free and easy movement. The pennies paid either as entrance fees or as price of admission to be placed in bowls, and so placed on the table that each competitor can, without difficulty, obtain the coins as required. The person in charge of the Competition to give a short discourse on the object of the Competition and the happy results attendant on the use of Monkey Brand on tin, copper, iron, paint, wood—work and for general household scouring and polishing. On the word “Go” each Competitor will take her cloth, moisten it, rob on the Monkey Brand Soap, and apply to the Penny, cleaning both sides, and polishing with a dry portion of the cloth. Immediately after finishing one penny, the Competitor will take out of the bowl another penny, and polish in the same way as before. Prizes will be awarded to the Competitor cleaning the largest number of pennies in the space of five minutes. Competitors will be divided into Groups of it or less, the Winner of each Group to compote in this Final.
Persons wishing to take part must give their names to Mr. V. Hughes, Montrose, on the first day of the Bazaar, and pay an Entrance Fee of 3d. each. A View to be obtained on payment of 1d. at entrance. Both entrance fee and admission to be paid in pennies.
First Round, Wednesday, at 7—10 p.m. Final Round, Thursday, at 7—10 p.m.

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