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Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

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BRIWSION.

Children's Sunday

"Bethel" Wesleyan Church.

Gilchrist Lectures at Prestatyn.

Church History.

A Band of Hope

Mutual Improvement Society.

Harvest Thanksgiving.

A Late Motor Train

The Schools.

The Parochial Tea.

Football Notes.

Q RON ANT. Coming Events.

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COMING EVENTS.

Moriah C.M. Chapel.

Our M.P.

The Point of Ayr Colliery…

L. & N.W. Rly. Parcel Agents.

Fire at Penyffordd.

Memorial Service.

The Day Schools.

SUNDAY SERVICES AT FFYNNONGROEW.…

The Late Mr. John Hughes.

Saturday Night Entertainments.

Evening Continuation Classes.

SUNDAY SERVICES AT MOSTYN…

LADY MOSTYN'S LETTER. - -…

Lecture at C.M. Chapel.

Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

Lecture at C.M. Chapel. On Tuesday evening the Rev Hugh Roberts. Hoy well, delivered a most interesting Welsh lecture on his experiences as a missionary in India. The chair was occupied by Mr Ed. Jones, Saron, and the lecturer kept the large audience highly interested for a couple of hours. Exactly 43 years ago the rev. gentle- man, his wife, and two others started from Liverpool to take up missionary work in the Khassia Hills, four months being taken in reaching Calcutta. Arrived at his destination Mr Roberts stated he had many drawbacks, and at times became disheartened, but he was glad to say that the fruit of the labours of his predecessor (Rev Thos. Jones), him- self, and others was now apparent, there being over 30,000 converts. A pathetic part of the story, which touched the audience deeply, was the fact that Mr Roberts had buried his wife and two children while out there. During the lecture the rev. gentleman gave several examples of Khassia singing. At intervals the Trelogan Male Voice Choir (leader Mr W. Boberts) successfully rendered selections. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded all concerned, on the proposition of the Rev. E. Pierce. The proceeds were in aid of the children's clothing club, towards which a handsome donation was received from the chairman.

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