Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

11 erthygl ar y dudalen hon



DOLGELLEY. DR. OWEN EVANS.—On Thursday evening, the Rev. Dr. Owen Evans, of London, visited this town, and delivered an address at the Welsh Congrega- tional Chapel. SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETING.—On Sunday, the bi-monthly meeting of the C.M. Sunday Schools was held at Llanfachreth, Mr. R. Mills, Dolgelley, presiding. In the morning, the children were catechised in the History of Jesus Christ by the Rev. E, Jones Edwards. At the delegates meeting 14 of the Schools were represented. The chief subject for consideration was the resignation of Mr. R. Davies, as conductor of the festival, owing to a letter which had appeared in a local paper, hy one of the ministers of the district. A copy of the resignation had been sent to all the schools, and also to all the ministers informing them that the matter would come under consideration at this meeting. Letters were received by the secretary from the Revs. Evan Roberts, Dolgelley: John Davies, Bontddu; H. Morris, M.A., Dolgelley, and E. Trever Evans, Llanfaehreth; expressing their wish that Mr. Davies should be asked to undertake the conductorship. Sixteen of the schools had sent their decision, of which fifteen voted for Mr. Davies, whilst the other sent no resolution, but expressed the willingness to abide with the decision of the majority. A vote bsing taken, Mr. Davies was unanimously asked to undertake the duties, and Messrs. R. Mills and D. Caradog Evans, were delegated to convey this to Mr. Davies. Mr. E. W. Evans, Dolgelley, enquired into the state of the school at Llanfaehreth. and it was found that the school was in a very satisfactory state. The next meeting was announced to be held at Rhiws- pardyn, October 29th. At the afternoon meeting, ih« middle-class was catechised in the History of David by the Rev, E. Jones Edwards. A dis- cussion followed on the Freedom of Protestanism" which was ably opened by Ali-, W. G. Jones, Dolgelley, and was followed by the Chairman, Messrs. E. W. Evans, Dolgelley; Owen Jones, Bontddu, and the Rev. E. Jones Edwards. In the evening, the elder class were catechised by Mr. Edwards.

Fishery Case.




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