TALSARN. I OBITUARY.—One of the oldest inhabitants of tha Vale of Aeron, Mr Thomas Jones, Dolfridi, has passed away. The interment took place in the Parish Churchyard of Llanfihangel Ystrad under the new Burials Act. The funeral sermon was preached in the house by the Rev B. Carolan Davies, Ty'nygwndwn. The following ministers also took part The Revs — Phillips, Temple Bar — Parry, Cilcennin Gwilym Evans, Aberayron and John Evans, Abermeurig. Amongst those present were the Revs Jones, B.A., Pwllheli Edwards, Neath Williams, Rhydvgwin and Morgans, the vicar. Mr Thomas Jones was the last survivor of a family of thirteen children. He was a veteran full of peculiarities and eccentri- cities, but was beloved and respected by all.
TREGARON. WEDDING.—The marriage of Miss Maggie Morgan, eldest daughter of Mrs Morgan of the Talbot Hotel, and Mr Stephen Jones, 42, Warwick- street, Belgrave-road, London, was solemnised on Wednesday of last week. The bride, who is a native of Tregaron, is well known throughout the district and her genial, pleasant, and social manners have endeared her to all who know her. The bridegroom, up to a few years ago, was an assist- ant chemist at Mr Jones's, the Post Office, and is now in business in London. He is a native of Swyddffynon and, though not so well known at Tregaron as the bride is, during the time he was at Tregaron he was a great favourite amongst those who came in con- tact with him. At the time fixed for the wedding, large crowds of people thronged the streets to see the party going to the chapel and flags and banners were largely displayed and the event celebrated by gun-firing and other forms of marriage rejoicing. The chapel was tastefully decorated for the occasion and when the party arrived it was soon filled. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Morgan Evans, in the presence of Mr Peter Williams, the registrar. Mr William Jones, 35, Askelon-street, Battersea, brother to the bridegroom, acted as best man. The bridesmaids were the Misses Nancy and Cassie Morgan, sisters of the bride, with Miss Eleanor Jones, the Post Office. Miss Foulkes of the Intermediate School played the Wedding March. The bride was charmingly attired in ivory white silk-trimmed chiffon and orange blossoms with tulle veil and a bouquet of lilies of the valleys and roses, with trail. The bridesmaids also were prettily dressed in spotted muslin over mauve silk, with hats to match of white chiffon and feathers. They wore brooches of heart-shaped amthyst stones set in gold which, with the bouquets of chrysanthemums and roses, were the gifts of the bridegroom. The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr J. D. Rowland of Cardiff. After the ceremony at the chapel, the bride's mother held a reception at the Talbot Hotel, the Assembly Room of which had been profusely decorated for the occasion with flags, evergreen, and mottoes. Appropriate speeches were made by Mr J. D. Rowland, the Rev Morgan Evans, Mr Tom Jones (Post Office), and Mr Morgan Morgans. On the toast to the Bride and bridegroom," the bride- groom suitably responded and Mr Dan Jones after- wards gave an excellent rendering of True till Death." In. the evening, at the same place, a large number of guests were entertained when various kinds of amusements were indulged in till a late hour. The happy couple left by the afternoon train for Cardiff en route for Ilfracombe to spend their honeymoon, accompanied by the good wishes of all. The bride's travelling dress was a royal blue costume with velvet picture hat trimmed feathers. The following are the presents:—Bride to bride- groom, gold ring; bridegroom to bride, gold bangle; Mrs Morgan (bride's mother), household linen and cheque Miss Nancy Morgan (sister), china tea service Miss Cassie Morgan (sister), oil painting (her own work); Master Willie Morgan, cheque Mr J. D. Rowland, Cardiff, cheque Mr and Mrs Pearce, Builth, pair of oil paintings; Mr and Mrs Williams, Chester, silver kettle and stand, also cheque Miss Agnes Roderick, Chester, white china coffee service Mr and Mrs Morgan, Pen- rhiweeibr, marble clock; Mr and Mrs Jones, Factory, dinner cruet stand Mr and Mrs Johnson, London, marble clock Miss Ana Jones, Factory, pair of ornaments Miss Jane Jones, Factory, fruit spoon in case; Mr and Mrs Watkin James, Aber- ayron, pictures Mr E. Rowlands, Ystrad, pair of carvers Mr W. Rowlands, Ystrad, brass fire irons and dogs to match Mrs Jones, New Bush, brush and comb Mr and Mrs Jeffrey Jones, Llandrindod, silver coffee pot; Mr and Mrs G. Williams, Aber- ystwyth, breakfast cruet stand Mr and Mrs Jones, Wenallt, silver toast rack Mr and Mrs Jonathan Thomas, The Square, damask tablecloth; Mr and Mrs Davies, Feathers, Aberayron, silver teaspoons and tongs Master Tommy Davies, Feathers, Aber- ayron, brass fire irons; Miss Jenkins, Feathers, Aberayron, silver pickle fork and knife Misses Jones, Lioa Hotel, silver sardine box Miss Row- lands, Dolsuaeron, half-dozen knives and forks; Miss M. Rowlands, Plas Llangeitho, silver cake basket; Mr Rees Rom lands, Tyndolau, hall lamp Mr and Mrs Wm. Jones, London, skin hearth rag Mr Dan Jones (bridegroom's brother), London, Axminster drawing-room carpet; Mr and Mrs R. D. Jones, Aberystwyth, silver ink stand Mr and Mrs Jones, Post Office, silver cake basket Miss Eleanor Jones, do., silver and ivory (carvers, rests; Mr and Mrs Rees Jones, Emporium, silver tea and coffee sarvice Miss Jones, Emporium, table centre Miss Nancy Jones, do., Japanese tea caddy Miss May Jones, do., flower vase Dr and Mrs Lloyd, china afternoon tea service Mis Jones, Treoreky, china cake stand Rev Morgan Evans, C.M., books Mrs Jones, Nantllwyd, satin tea cosy and lace scarf; Misses Evans, Werna, silver-mounted carvers, steel and rest in case, pair of silver salt cellars in case Professor Williams, Abercoed, silver fish carvers in case Miss Lizzie Evans, Talbot, silver and glass butter dish Mr and Mrs Evans, Penddol, silver butter knife Mrs Jones, Drewaun, damask table cloth Miss Jenkins, Compton, jewelled belt; Mrs Morgans, Hafodnewydd, glove and handkerchief boxes Miss Amelia Williams, Llangeitho, silver breakfast cruet; Mr Hallet, Bristol, dozen knives and forks Miss Evans, Medical Hall, glass vase Mr and Mrs Jones, Commerce, Llangeitho, silver- mounted biscuit box Mr and Mrs Jones, Aeron House, silver cucumber slicer Mr and Mrs Jones, the:Mill, silver jam dish; Mr and Mrs Morgan, Workhouse, pair of silver salt cellars in case the Misses Morgan, Workhouse, damask table cloth Miss Mary George, Emporium, tray cloth and duchess cover Miss Lewis, Emporium, tray cloth and duchess cover Miss George, Emporium, table centre and sideboard cloth Miss Polly Rowlands, Emporium, sideboard cloth; Miss Alice Jones, Talbot, table cover; Mr D. T. Davies, Pantybeudy Hall, silver cake knife Mrs Jones, Dolgoch, damask table cloth Miss Mary George, Llanddewi-road, linen towels; Mr M. Morgan, Albion, hearth rug; Mrs James, Camer, table cover Mr Walter Jones, Gwalia Stores, tea; Mr and Mrs Rowlands, Coed Camer, pillow cases Mr pnd Mrs Jones, Monarch, china kettle; Mr and Mrs Lloyd, Penybont, white counterpane Mrs Rowlands, Brynwernen, money; Miss Davies, Pen- trebrain, silver breakfast cruet Miss Charlotte Rowland, Ystrad; crumb tray and brush Mr and Mrs D. Evans, butcher, white counterpane Mr and Mrs Lewis, Penyrhodyn, cups and saucers and butter coolers; Miss Catherine Davies, Doldre, toilet cover Miss M. Jenkins, Llanilar, water bottle, Miss Gwen Jones, Doldre, pair of orna- ments; Rev and Mrs Watkins, The Square, silver fjam spoon and butter knife in casel; Mr and Mrs Evans, Rhydyronen, silver and glass Eickle stand Mr John Lodwick, Ystrad, copper ettle; Mrs Sal Evans, Station-road, china tea caps Miss Caynor Davies, Station-road, towels Mrs Hughes, The Mill, money; Miss Mary Herbert, Station-road, afternoon tea and tray cloth Miss Williams, Stanley House, brass reading stand Mr J. R.Dewi Williams,do., pair of b, .ahes on bracket; Miss Rowland, Station-road, silver bread fork; Idiets M. A. Rowland, Lion, silver sugar tongs Mrs Jones, Bron'rhelem, purse M Dan and Mr J. T .Owen,Swancea,fish carvers in case; Mr Jones, Sunny Hill, complete dinner service; Mr and Mrs E O. Jones, London, silver-mounted salad bowl; Mr and Mrs Caronian Evans, Chapel-street, leather hymn book Miss Sarah Evans, Llanddewi, cushion Mrs ReeB Jones, Tychwith, pair of fl6wer vases Miss M, A. Jones, Derlwyn House, silver ladle; Mrs John Jones, Pentre, damask tablecloth; the Misses Jones, Pentre; pair of bath towels Mr and Mrs Thomas, Wern Villa, money Miss Jenkins, Trecefel, silver jam spoons, pickle fork and butter knife in case; Mrs Williams, Brenig View, toilet set Miss Jones, Aigoed, damask table f )v r; Mr and Mrs Daviea, Pentre, money Miss Ht .1ah Davies, do., mirror racket; Mrs: Driscoll, do., celery vases; Miss Catherine Williams, do., knife box MisslJane Jones, Tyn- gwndwn, money Mr and Mrs Phil Rees, Fountain, pair of trays Miss M. A. Beynon, do., sugar basin and cream iug Rev and Mrs Caron Jones, Borth, pair of vases Miss Jones, liar House, tray cloth Mrs Jones, Berwyn Villa, damask table cloth; Mrs Hannah Davies, Pentre, glass cake dish Mrs Rees Jones, do., pair of vases; Mrs Lodwick, do., antique jug; Mrs Richard Jones, do., two pair candlesticks; Mrs Dd. Jones, do., glass flower vase and honey pot; Miss Nancy Rees, Doldre, hand- made pincushion; Miss Mary Rees, Doldre, glass flower vase; Mr L. 4 E. Thomas, Berkhamstead, silver jam spoons in case; Mr D. W. E. Rowland, Garth, Family Bible Mr Bob Rowland, Garth, silver serviette rings in case Miss Margaret Morgan, Pentre, glass butter cooler; Mr and Mrs Rees Jenkins, Sunny Cottage, table centre Miss Jones. Dinam Villas, leather hand- kerchief satchet; Miss Williams, Poplar, table cover; Mr and Mrs Evans, Brynmawr, silver dinner cruet; Mr Waterhouse, B.A., B.Sc., Intermediate Schools, case of scent bottles; Mr D. D. Evans, Lampeter, china egg stand Mr Jones, Nantymaen, white counterpane; Miss Felix, Llanddewi road, money Mr and Mrs D. Jones, Chapel-street, tea spoons; Mr and Mrs Thomas, Cambrian House, damask table cloth; Mr and Mrs Tim Morgan, Llanddewi, breakfast cruet stand Mr Tom Davies, Castle, Lampeter, hot water jug; Mr and Mrs Joseph Morgan, Llanddewi, table cover; Mrs Morgan, Cwmberwyn, tea spoona and sugar tongs; Miss Ann Morgan, Treflynfach, towels Mr and Mrs George, Treflynfach, china, tea pot on stand Mr and Mrs Thomas Rees, Chapel-street, pillow cases and towels Mrs Jones, Red Lion, Bont, silver teapot; Mr and Mrs Edwards, Nantstalwen, white counterpane Mrs Edwards, ditto, inkstand Mrs Davies, Pentre, pair of ornaments Mr R. M. Williams, Pentre, teapot; Mr Caville, Carmarthen, Florence gloves Mrs Catherine Davies, Trawscoed, table spoons; Miss E. A. Rowland, Medical Hall, tray cloth Mr and Mrs Dan Jones, Liverpool, pair of curtains Miss Rowland, Railway Hotel, brushes on racket; Mrs Jones, Llwyngarreg, cash Miss Williams, Pengaron, epergne Miss George, Piccadilly, money Mr and Mrs Evans, Doldre, basin and cream jug; Mr Murray, London, pair of handsome Japanese vases; Mrs Alford, London, coal scuttle Mr Beckerlcgge, London, table cover Mr J. Jones, London, pictures; Mr and Mrs Gooch, Doldre, picture Mr Jones, Crown, silver nut cracker and butter knife in case; Mr Evans, contractor, Llanybyther, silver preserve spoons in case Mr and Mrs Joseph Edwards, Pentre, hot water jug; Mr and Mrs Tom Rees, Doldre, toilet cover and tray cloth Miss Maggie Emma Jones, Chapel-street, antique china dish Miss Maggie Jones, Tanyffordd, antique jug; Mrs R. Jones, Pentre, china cups and saucers Mrs Evan Jones, Pentre, antique jug; Mr and Mrs Morgan, Bush, table cover; Miss Morgan, Ivy Bush, silver butter cooler and knife; Mrs Jones, Sunny Side, damask table cloth; Mr Evan Edwards, Cross House, cash; Miss Lloyd, Aberystwyth, silver paper knife Mrs Edmunds, Ivy Cottage, cash Messrs Davis and Sons, Aber- ystwyth, silver-mounted claret jug; Miss Hope, Aberayron, silver bonbon dishes Mr and Mrs Williams, Rhydyronen, chamber ware; Misses Annie and Floreuce Williams, do, antique jugs; Mr D. Jones, London House, silver hot water jug; Mrs Davies, Corner House, coal ecuttle; Mr Hugh Rees, B.A., Clifton, photo frame Miss Nellie Shepherd, London, afternoon tea cloth; Miss Amy Shepherd, do, painted plaque; Mrs Ellen Evans, Willow Cottage, afternoon tea cloth; Master Danny James, Aberayron, wood carving Miss Lloyd, Tanyrorfa, glass vases Mr John Williams, T*- 11_ i.1 C? A Q ~l 1 A. i i. m xatuut, vticijuc y ouuuajf ouuuui teacners oi Are- garon Methodist Chapel, book.
COHWEJN SALE OF A FREEHOLD FARM. -On Friday Messrs David Roberts and Sons, auctioneers, offered for sale at the Owen Glyndwr Hotel, Corwen, the free- hold farm known as "Pont-y-Swil," situated on the road leading from Carrog to Bryneglwys and con- taining by admeasurement a.. Or. 4p. of fertile land, in the occupation of Mr Thomas Jones as tenant. The sale was well attended and the bidding was spirited. The property was knocked down at £1,030 to Mr Robert Hughes, Tydraw, Denbigh. BOARD OF GUARDIANS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH.-Present: Dr Jones, chairman Messrs R. E. Jones, J. Jones, and G. Parry, Ccrwen I. Hughes and John Hughes, Gwyddelwern W. E. Williams, Llangar; John Hughes, Owen Evans and Rev Ivan T. Davies, Llandrillo Messrs Maurice Jones, Bryneglwys; David Jones and W. A. Jones, Cerrigydruidion; F. E. Rooper, Llansantffraid G.C. .William Ellis, John Williams, and John Roberts, Llangollen (Rural) Joseph Nanson, Miss Edith Barker, Mrs Richards, and Mrs Roberts, Llangollen (Urban); Rev J. S. Jones, Llantysilio Colonel Lyne, Messrs Henry Herbert and Simon Jones, Llangwm; Ellis Jones, Llanfihangel G.M. E. O. V. Lloyd, Rhagatt; Thomas Hughes, clerk Dr Horatio E. Walker, medical officer Messrs E. Derbyshire and E. Foulkes, relieving officers, and R. Williams, master. Statistics. -Out-relief administered during the past fortnight, Corwen district, per Mr E. Derby- shire, f58 Is OJ to 223 naupers corresponding fortnight last year, £ 59 10s 6d to 246 paupers. Llangollen district, per Mr E. Foulkes, f58 14a 6d to 238 paupers corresponding fortnight last year, 956 7s 6d to 252 paupers. Number of inmates in the House, 55; corresponding week last year, 48. Number of vagrants relieved during the past fort- night, 28 being the same for the corresponding fortnight of last year. Condolence. -A letter was read from Mr Williams, master of the Workhouse, thanking the Guardians for their kind expressions of sympathy with him and his family in their sorrow and bereavement.— The Chairman said that he hacTagain the painful duty to refer to the death of Mrs Williams. Gwer- class, which sad event took place sudden, and at the very time when at the last meeting they were pass- ing a vote of condolence with the Master and his family, on which as all would remember Mr Williams (Gwerclas) spoke so feelingly and sympathetically. He was sure all were anxious to pass a vote of con- dolence with Mr Williams and his family. He pro- posed that.—The motion was seconded by Mr R. R Roberts, and supported by Mr E. O. V. Lloyd who said he felt more acute'y as very recently he had been himself stricken by the hands of grief. All present signified their approval by standing up. Poor Law Legislation in 1898. —A circular letter was read from the Local Government Board draw- ing attention to the Poor Law (Scotland) Act, 1898, and the Poor Law Unions Association (Expenses) Act, 1898, passed during the last session of Parlia- ment. DisenfranchUemmt- of Members of Friendly Societie,s.-The following resolution passed by the Wolverhampton Board of Guardians was, upon the motion of the Rev Ivan T. Davies, seconded by Mr W. A. Jones, adopted by this Board:—" That this Board is of opinion that all recipients of out relief belonging to a friendly society should not be dis- enfranchised and calls upon all other boards of guardians to pass a similar resolution with the view of petitioning Parliament to so alter the law that the above may be carried out." Fulura Management of the Work-house. -Owing to the death of Mrs Williams, the matron, the question of the future management of the House was taken under consideration.—Upon the motion of Rev Ivan T. Davies, seconded by Mr J. Nanson, Miss Williams was appointed to act temporarily as matron.—It was also resolved, upon the motion of Mr R. R. Roberts, seconded by the Rev J. S. Jones, that the question of the future management of the Work- house be referred to the Workhouse Visiting Com- mittee. Tenders.-The tenders of the following for pro. visions, &c., for the Workhouse for the ensuing half- year were accepted: Groceries, Messrs John Parry and Co. beef and mutton, Mr Lewis Edwards butter and milk, Mr J. Owen, GlaLalwen bread, Mrs Humphreys, the Queen's coal, Mr J. Watkin Jones. EOEYRNION RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL (Adjourmd Meeting), FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH. -Presenb Mr R. R. Koberts (chairman); Dr Jones; Messrs Godfrey Parry and John Jones, Corwen; Isaac Hughes and John Hughes, Gwydde:wcrn; W. E. Williams, Llangar; John Hughes, Owen Evans, and Rev Ivan T. Davies, L!andriLo; MrE. P. Jones, Llansantffraid G.D.; Mr Thomas Hughes (clerk), Mr Ed. Edwards (surveyor, &c). Acl-nowledgment. -Letters were read from Mr R. Williams (master of the Workhouse) and Mr W. E. Williams, Gwerclas, thankfully acknowledging the votes of condolence passed with them at the last meeting of the Council. Sewerage.-A letter was read from the local Government Board adverting to previous corres- pondence which the Board had with the Council relative to the sewerage of the district and inquir- ing how the matter now stands.—Upon the motion of Mr R. R. Roberts, seconded by Mr Godfrey Parry, it was resolved that at the next meeting a committee be appointed to ascertain how the dis- posal of sewage by the septic system works. Instructions as to Provisional Orders. -A circular letter was read from the Local Government Board enclosing instructions as to applications for provis- ional orders. The letter was ordered to be laid on the table. Ddol Road and the Proposed New Bridge over the De.-The following report from the County Council was read :—"The sub-Committee appointed to enquire into the application submitted by the Edeyruion Rural District Council with reference to the proposed new bridge over the river Dee at Cor- wen having submitted the following report, namely (a) that in the event of the projected new bridge over the river Dee being erected, the Ddol road, Corwen, be not declared a main road; (b), that the County Council do not undertake to make all proper approaches to such new bridge, but that the Council contribute the Water S,upply.-The Inspector was directed to make a general inspection of the district and sub- mit at the next meeting a list of all the houses which he may consider not having ample and pure supply of water at a reasonable distance from tnem. Almshouses, Corwen.—The Clerk was.directe to give a notice to the Trustees requesting tnem to close the almshouses at Corwen, as being un lor human habitation.. Hafod Footbridge. —A communication was re- ceived from the Hon. C. H. Wynn, R0g, 8^fcin« ^at he intended rebuilding the footbridge by Hafod, but should the Council desire to have a more substantial bridge made there forjthe use of the public, he would abandon his bridge and contribute the amount he proposed spending on his bridge towards the Council 8 bridge. A committee consisting of Messrs R. E. Jones, W. E. Williams, and Rev Ivan T. Davies, were appointed to enquire into the matter and to report to the next meeting.
llanbadahn FAWR. SCHOOL BOARD. -A meeting of the Board was held on Wednesday evening when there were pre- sent Messrs H. E. Bonsall. M. D. Williams, and Miss E. Davies, and Mr H. G. Atwood, clerk.—The Board passed a vote of condolence with Mrs Clarke, Trevor-road, in the death of her husband. A letter was read from Mr Samuel Evans, clerk to the Aber- ystwyth Intermediate School, announcing the suc- cess of two pupils from the school, Mr Hubert E. Jones and Miss Margaret J. Keane, in the scholar- ship examination. The scholarships, which are of the value of L5 each, are tenable for one year.
ABERDOVEY SHIPPING —The steamer Esteria arrived here with cement on Friday and left on Monday after discharging a cargo of cement for the Rhayader Waterworks. The steamer "Telephone arrived from Liverpool on Sunday with a mixed Cargo and left for Barmouth on Monday. SCHOOL BOARD ELECTIOlf. —T he election is carried on in this place in a quiet manner. It is impossible to foretell the result as the voters are spread over a largedistrict including Pennal, Aberdovey, Towyn, and Bryncrug. The Liberals here have two good candidates in the Rev J. O. Thomas and Mr E. L. Rowlands. The polling takes place on Friday (to day). GOLFING.-As a result of the visit of the Welsh Golfing Union to this place, a large number of new members have joined the mechanic and tradesmen's branch of the Aberdovey Golf Club, including two district councillors, Mr E L. Rowlands, chairman of the Council, and Mr W. Jones Hughes, ex-chair- man. A match was played last Saturday between the mechanics and the caddies when the latter won by six holes up. Major Green, president of the Club, is leaving Aberdovey to the great regret of the members and inhabitants generally. OBITUARY.—Another of the old inhabitants of this town passed away on Sunday, when Mrs Laura Hughes, widow of Mr W. Hughes, builder, died at T> J A u U:1t IIC1 1COIUCUUC, XJI lUgRUU AlUl'SircCl, at the advanced age of seventy-nine years, after a long illness. The funeral took place on Wednes- day afternoon, when the remains were taken to | Llanegryn and buried in the Churchyard. There was a large attendance of relations and neighbours, the funeral cortege consisting of the hearse containing the body and fifteen vehicles. The chief mourners present were Mrs Owen, Eglwysfach (daughter), and Mr Owen, Capt J Rowland Evans (son), Mr W. Jones Hughes, D.C. (son), and Mrs Hughes, Mrs Davies, Liverpool (sister), Mrs Daviee, Wrexham (niece). &c. The service at the house was conducted by the Rev J. 0. Thomas, M.A., and in the Church and at the grave by the Rev D. Hughes, vicar of Llanegryn. Tea was provided for all at Cefncoch Inn after the service. Wreaths were placed on the coffin by the children, nieces, and Misa Morgan, Cliff Side.
The Commission summoned to examine the dossier in the Dreyfus case and report whether there is any ground for a revision of the trial met in Pans on Wednesday. It is expected that they will conclude their task in time to allow M. oarrien, the minister of justice, to report their decision to the meeting of the Cabinet next Mon- day. The Correctional Tribunal on Wednesday commenced the hearing of the charges against Colonel Picquart and M. Leblois, who lare alleged to have revealed documents concerning the national defences. The representative of the Public Pro- secutor asked for and obtained an adjournment of the proceedings on the ground that General Zurlinden had demanded the institution of fresh proceedings against Colonel Picquart in connection with the documents known as the petit bleu. Colonel Picquart oisde a speech to the Court, in which he said that he would perhaps sleep that night in the Cherche Midi Prison, and he made a Point of declaring that if he found there the rope of Lemerceir-Picard or the razor of Colonel Hepfy it would be a case of assassination, for he had sot the slightest idea of committing suicide.
CAP-fciL BANGOR. HARVEST FESTIVAL. -Harvest borne services were held at this church on Wednesday At 10-30 a.m. there was an English service and sermon. The Rev M. Morgan, vicar, intoned the service and Mr J. E. Morgan, U.U.W., and Mr Hugh Jones, Ystrad Meurig, read the lessons and Rev J. E. Lloyd, St Michael's, Aberystwyth, preached At 2-30 n.m the Rev T. Davies, Goginan intoned the Litany in Welsh and the Rev L. Williams, Prior, Denbigh preached. At 6-30 p.m. the Rev J. E. intoned the service and the lessons were read bv Mr J. E. Morgan and Mr Hugh Jones and the Rev Nathaniel Thomas, Llanbadarn, preached The attendance was large throughout the dav but especially in the evening when the church was crowded. The church was prettily decoJated bv Mrs Rees, Mra and Miss Burdett, Uiai Brook^ Mra Richards, Miss Preese, MwsGaudet, MiaJ | nd Mr J. E. More an. 'JSlws Lawence,
AGRICULURAL EDUCATION IN WALES. The departmental report just issued, shows that grants of JE800 each are made to the University Colleges. of Aberystwyth and Bangor, and that Bangor College gets an additional grant of 9200 for the college farm. Dealing with the work done at Aberystwyth, the Inspector of the Board of Agriculture calls especial attention to the experimental garden of three- quarters of an acre, from which it may be possible to show by ocular demonstration what is the actual regular appearance of any particular farm crop when grown under certain known manurial con- ditions. From this it may be but a step for a per. son by studying the appearance of the crops on any particular field, to form a very fair opinion as to what are its manurial requirements. Some plots are treated as if they were miniature fields and taking the wheat crop for example, experiments are in progress showing the effect of sowing large grain or small grain, thick seeding as opposed to thin seeding, one variety obtained straight from England compared with the same after it has been grown for two years in Wales, and so on. Of the thirty-nine elementary students, five came with county scholarships from Staffordshire and the re- mainder with county scholarships from Welsh counties. Field demonstrations were conducted at twenty-five centres, including five in Merioneth- shire and five in Montgomeryshire. Lectures on general agricultural subjects were given at four centres in Montgomeryshire, where the audiences averaged seventy-three. The expenditure for the year was £ 2,300, to which six county Councils con- tributed £1,030, and fees and miscellaneous receipts produced JE330, while the scholarships awarded by county councils amounted to JE645. Of Bangor College, the Inspector says the normal work has proceeded without much material change. The principal point of interest in connection with the work during the year has been the acquisition by the College of a farm which will supply a long- felt want in the scheme of agricultural education provided for North Wales. The dairy school at Lleweni Hall, Denbigh, was open for nine months of the year and seventy-five pupils attended and all but seven stopped for the normal course of six weeks and many remained for two or three months Travelling dairy schools visited all the counties in the district of the College. In Denbighshire, courses wpre held at four centres and were attended throughout the full length of each course by forty-four pupils. At one of these centres a cheese as well as butter class was held. This form of instruction shows signs of increase and a demand is springing up for it not only in reipect of Cheshire cheese, but also of Cheddar, Stilton, and soft cheese. In Flintshire classes (including, at one centre, instruction in cheesemaking) were held at three centres and forty-two out of a total of forty-three pupils received the full course of ten days' teaching. In Montgomeryshire provision was made for butter- making instruction at four centres. There was a total attendance of forty-two pupils, only five fail- ing to take the full course. Field demonstrations had been carried out at twenty-six centres, including one centre in Denbighshire, six centres in Flintshire, and two in Montgomery- shire. One of the experiments in Flintshire was of a new character and dealt with the improvement by means of manurial treatment of rough mountain pasture, and it was likely to yield useful results. Courses of lectures were given at seven centres in Denbighshire, with an average attendance of thirty- two, and at nine centres in Montgomeryshire, where the average attendance was forty-nine. Dur- ing the season travelling libraries, consisting of six or seven standard works, had been started, and the libraries were lent for a period to such centres as desired them. The cost of the College work, exclusive of the farm, was £ 2,195, to which county councils granted £ 1,058.
Jcrcal anb ietdd. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS.—Approximate return of traffic receipts for the week ending September 18th, 1898: Miles open, 250. Passengers, parcels, &c., £ 4,245; merchandise, minerals, and hve stock, £ 2,873; total for the week, £ 7,118; aggregate from commencement of half-year, £ 86,639. Actual traffic receipts for the corresponding week last year: Miles open, 250. Passengers, parcels, &c., £ 3,673; merchandise, minerals, and live stock, £ 2,793; total for the week £ 6,466; aggre- gate from commencement of half year, £ 82,981. Increase for the week: Passengers, parcels, &c., f,572 merchandise, minerals, and live stock, JE80 total for the week, £ 652; aggregate from com- mencement of hall-year, £ Decrease for the week Passengers, parcels, &c., ;C- mer- chandise, minerals, and live stock, £ —; total for the week, £ 5 aggregate from commencement of half-year, -C-- Aggregate increase: Passengers, parcels, &c., ;fcl,SM9; merchandise,minerals,and live stock, £ 1,719 total for the week, £ — aggregate from commencement of half-year, JE3 66S. Aggre- gate decrease: Passengers, parcels, &c>» £ —5 merchandise, minerals, and live stock, £ — total for week, ;C- aggregate from commencement of half-year, ;C-.
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(Continued from Page 5.) 48, Marlborough House, Mrs Bevan- Mr E M Press, Miss Robinson, Miss Prees, Narbiton Mr and Mrs Whitaker 49, Mrs H Humphreys— Mr and Mrs Sankey, family and maid, Bilston Mrs Williams, Miss Davies, Berwynfa, Bala;. 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Nelson- Mr and Mrs Jebb, Shrewsbury; Mr Woodbridge, London Mr Barrett, lnkberson, Worcester- shire 65, Clifton House, Mrs Stockwell- Miss Perkins and maid, Wolverhampton Mr and Mrs Henderson, London; Mrs and Misses Morgan, Dr Leake, do Miss Watson, Sheffield ALBERT PLACE 1, Dumbarton House, Mrs Humphreys- Mr R H Marshall, Mr E Marshall, Walsall 3, Broughton House, Mrs Lewis- Mrs Hughes, Miss Hogg, Shrewsbury Mr and Mrs Jones, Miss Bladen, Newcastle, Staffs Queen's Hotel, W H Palmer- Misses Head, St Leonards-on-Sea; Mr and Mrs R Taylor, Shrewsbury; Mr and Mrs Adams, Mr & Mrs Coulson,lLeamington; Miss Hudson, Mr and Mrs Macaulay, London Miss Anthony, Miss Birrell, Caerphilly; Mr Cooper, Derby Mr and Mrs Watts, Manchester Mr Leacli, M P, London; Mr Hawkes, Bir- mingham; Mr, Mrs, and Miss L Hutchings, London; Mr and Mrs Waterhouse, Sheffield; Mr Lloyd Morgan, M P Mrs Bissell, Mrs Jones, Manchester Dr Holliers and friend, Salop; Col, Mrs, and Miss Walker, Llandud- no; Mr Vaughan; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Owen, Oswestry Mr, Mrs, and Miss Hope, Hud- dersfield; Sir Richard and Lady Mcttram, Manchester Mrs Wakefield and maid; Mrs Briscoe, London Mr Roach, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Williams, M P, Morriston; Mr Bradwell and family; Mr H Lambert and family, London VICTORIA TERRACE Ocean View, Mrs Wm Kensit- Mr Hardoastle, Sheffield; Mrs Milnes, Birming- ham; Mr and Mrs Humphreys, Oswestry Miss Batho, Ellesmere Mr S E Bevan, Sedg- ley; Miss Edden, Birmingham; Mrs and Master Sutton, Bargor on-Dee 5, Plyn lymon House Boarding Establishment, Mrs E A Hall- Mr and Mrs Madgawvar, Bombay; Mr McLeod, Manchester; Mr and Mrs Greenhalgh, Cheshire; Mrs and Miss Bullock, Wolverhampton Mr T F Cooper, Northampton; Mr Wolverton, Norfolk Miss Whitmore, Suffolk Mrs Lloyd and maid, Lampeter Mr and Mrs Bridges, Wolverhampton Miss W Jaggard, do Mr and Miss Blackwell, Shrewsbury; Mrs Richards Mrs Peacock Trafalgar House, Mr R Felix- Mrs Henry Herrick, family and nurse Mr and Mrs A Wright, son and nurse, Alderley Edge Miss L Cunliffe, Handforrh Miss Warrington, Miss Painter, Forest Hill; Mrs Dowdes- well, West Bromwich Miss Spencer, Hands worth Brighton House, Mrs J. 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Wellington Messrs Jones and Wilson, Llandinam 27, Mrs J A James— Mi-s S P Pugh, Barge, Shrewsbury Mrs M Evans, Hainwood, Llandrillo Mrs and Miss L Wilde, do Miss M Cooper, The New Hall; do NEW STREET 9, Miss Evans- Mr and Mrs Hamlett, Malvern Link Misses Pryce and Morris, Builth Wells 16, Mrs Davies- Mr and Mrs Hughes, Dudley; Misses Holt, London Wandsworth House, Miss Richards— Miss and Mr Heath, Birmingham; Miss Evans 13, Miss Williams- Mr and Mrs Kreicher, Neath; Mr and Miss Boughe, Miss Lee and friend, Nantwich POWELL STREET 2, Mrs Hughes- Mr and Mrs Davies and son, London Meadow View, Miss Jones- Mrs, Miss, and Master Enoch, Leominster Mr Whittington, Dinas Mr G A Lewis, Treorky; Mr Levis, Toii, Ystrad 9, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Hughes, Salop; Mr and Mrs Roberts and family, do Rose Hill, Miss Humphreys- Mrs Jones, children and nurse, Miss Richards Dowlais GEORGE STREET 2, Npwry House, Mrs Lloyd- Mrs Jones, Borough, London; Mr and Mra Lee, Richmond Messrs J H and Roberts Liverpool Mr and Mrs Swift, do Messrs Moore, Collins, and Churchill, Birmingham Mr Robinson, do Mr Hughes, Mold Mr aud Mrs Rowley, Wolverhampton KING STREET 7, Castle House, Mrs Evans- Mrs and Miss Griffiths, Miss Dyas, Messrs F Corbishley and S Beach, Madeley Mr R A Daniel, Cornwall QUEENS ROAD. Troedybryn, Mrs Jones— Mrs and Miss Ludlow. 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