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ABERGELE & PENSARN. NEXT SUNDAY'S SERVICES. St. Michael's Church: 8 a.m., Holy Com- munion, 2nd, 3rd, 4tli, and 5th Sundays in the month- 11 a.m. on the 1st Sunday; 9.45 a.m., Welsh Service and Sermon; Holy Com- muuion 011 1st and 3rd Sundays; 11 a.m., Engiu= h Service and Sermon; 2.30 p.m., Sun- day School in the Church House; 6 p.m., M'dsh Service and Sermon. bt. David's Church (Pensarn).—11 a.m., English Service and Sermon; ,6.30 p.m., Eng- lish Service and Sermon. Clergy: Rev. Canon T. Jones, M.A. (vicar), and Rev. D. Richards Griffiths, M.A. (curate). C.M. Chapel: Rev. 11. Barrow Williams, Lb rdudno. Vvesley an: 10 Mr Robert Dav.;c3; 6 p.m. Etf, Daniel Williams. iiitpti»ts: Rev. G. Owen (Llifon). i •ongregationalists ilev. IvI. Davws. Lugiisa ^Presbyterian Church (Pensarn): Processor J. O. Thomas, Bala. MEMORIAL TO ARCHDEACON E, VANS.- Next Sunday morning the Bishop of St. Asaph "wih unveil at Abergele Parish Church the mem- orial tablet erected to t.he memory of the late Archdeacon David Evans, for many years vicar oi the parish. MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT AT ST. GEORGE.—On Monday evening, a musical aaid dramatic entertainment was held in the Y.illago fial4 St. Gtorge. The programmo was as fol- lows:—Violin solo, Mr G. F. James; song, Rev. Lester Jones; gong, Mrs C. Roberts; humorous musical sketch, Mr Arthur II. Gregson; song, "Rosamond," Mr Vv. E. Hand ley song,"Flight cf Ages," Miss James; humorous song, selected, Mr Arthur 11. Greg-son; song, Mr W. Vaughan; song, "Nant y Mynydd," Miss Roberts; song, Rev. Lester Jones; song, "Sergeant of the Lino" Mr- W. E. Handley; monologue, Mr Arthur H. Grc-gson. An excellent1 performance was given of a comedietta entitled "Woman's Wrongs," the characters being sustained by Misses Hughes, oi Kinmel and Mr Setoin Kerr. TiiE HARRIERS. The local harriers had their second run to-day week, the route being from town to Tyd'dyn Ccha and back by Siam- ber Wen. Charles Davies got home first. The movement has "caug'iit oil" remarkably well, and is regarded as likely to become one of the most successful institutions in the town. SERVICES FOR MEN.— Canon Jones has arranged fcr a eeries of services for men to be held m St. Michael's Church th;s winter again. The first of the saries will take place en Sunday "Weok at 3.50 p.m. METHODISTS' PREACHING FESTIVAL. —'The Hoys. flcwel H arric-s- Hurj'hes, of Liver- pool, and H. M. Pllgh, of Carmel, were the h preachers at a well-attended prcaching festival held by the local Methodists last wcck. RELIGIOUS EXAMINATION RESULTS.— 'I'tea head-teachers of the Abergele National Schools (Misses Gittins and Jones and Mr Henry Bcdiord) and their assistants are to be congra- tulated upon the gratifying results of the re- ligious examination recently held. The boys', Jr! and infants' departments arc again do- scribed us "excellent" in religious knowledge, discipline, tone, and repetition." The Inspec- tor's report is as follows:- Infants: "Careful and conscientious work is done in this depa.rt- ment." Girls: "The girls continue to be very v.'e!l taught throughout. Miss Gittins and her etaxf ure doing very conscientious work in the matter cf religious instruction." Boys: "The brys have done ad mira bly throughout." OBITUARY. The death of Mr Edward Millward, senior, on Saturday at the residence of his daughter at Prestatyn, where he had lived since his rotirv-m-ent some twenty or twenty-five years age. He was in his ninetieth year. The mtcrment, a private one, took place at Ilenllan C-burchyard on Tuesday. The "death of Miss Eliza Hughes, fourth daughetr of Mr and Mrs Hughes, of Prospect House, Pensarn. took place suddenly on Tues- day. The deceased was 25 years of age. CAFE LITERARY AND MUSICAL SOCIETY. Pres.dir.g- on Friday evening at the well- attended first meeting of this society—a musical evening, hc-:d in the Locture Hall, Mr G. T. Evans said he hoped the members would be de- termined to make the session now commencing success. Laist winter s meetings, he said, were lot very successful; but a fair amount of suc- -?93 attended thér efforts two years ago. They "were new starting with a very excellent pro- gramme, with a variety of subjects to suit every taste, to conclude on the first of March with a competitive meeting. Mr Evans offered sug- ons "w ith the view to making the meetings successful. Firstly, he would like to lay stress upon the importance of a good attendance; the danger with them was to crowd to smoking con- certs and keep away from lectures and debates. Secondly, ne found among the young people of the town a deal too much inclination to seek enmscment, and to forget higher things He would like to see more general interest evinced in the subjects for discussion. Every member jould do a little to support the society if only l-.ey would try their best (applause). The programme was then proceeded with, the *ol 'owMig taking part:—Miss Bessie Jones, Bridge-street; Messrs W. P. Morris, Robert Roberts, Glasfryn; T. Ll. Jones, Rose Cottage; Ben Cybi Williams, T. Williams, Pensarn; and R. E. Needham (gramophone). Messrs T. G. Morgan, N. Williams, and B. Cybi Williams Were the accompanists. ts. On the motion of Mr J. R. Ellis, a hearty ■vote of thanks was passed to all who had taken part. To-morrow evening, Miss Gittins will read a "I pajter entitled "The after career of some dull schoolboys.






















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