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PRESENTATIONS AT BEAUMARIS

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PRESENTATIONS AT BEAUMARIS Last week, the Rev Harry J. Morgan, M.A., brough to a close his 5 years ministry as curate of Beaumaris, and entered upon his new duties as Reotor of Barmouth. During1 has stay at Beaumaris, Mr Morgan has made himself very popular with all classes, and the news of his preferment was received with mingled feelings of pleasure and regret. Ort Wedenesday eve- ning, tha teachers and scholars of the Sunday Kcihool assembled at the Town Hall, to make a presentation to him. The Recbdr, Rev T. 1;1. Kyffin, 'was in the ichair, was supporting- him on the stage were Mrs Kyfiin, Mrs Morgan, Mrs Phillips, Mrs H. H. Thomas, Mrs Price Jones, the Misses Ridsdale, Delamere: E. Stan- ley, Geary, Owen Williams, J. A. Williams, ihe Rev O. B. Williams, Menai Bridve Messrs W. Griffith, Roibert Owen J. 0. Jones, Hugh Parry, H. H. Thomas, D. J. Evans, and the Sunday School officials. Mr Richard Taylor said that Mr Morgan hiad done marvellous work in the Sunday School, and he felt, as their Rector did, that he was about to lose his right hand. All they could wish him was good luck, with health and hap- piness to himself, his wife, and baby girl. He then called upon Mr William Delamere, acting superintendent of the school, to make the for- mal presentation. Mr Delamere asked Mr Morgan, on behalf of the teachers and scholars, to accept the small gift as a token of esteem and affection for his valuable services. He also referred to ;Mrs Morgan, who was always so readv to heln in every good work in the town. Mr Dela- mere then handed to Mr Morgan a combined barometer, thermometer, and clock mounted in silver. Mr Morgan said that save the members of his own little family, he was leaving all that was dear to him in leaving Beaumaris. and its dhuroh. Thanks were accorded the Rector "for presid- ing, and Mr Delamere for making the presenta- tion. Tn the evening amdtihier presentation was made to Mr Morgan. The chair was again taken by the Rector, who was supported by Messrs Idoyd Williams and Griffith Thomas (churchwardens), F. 'Geary, W. R. Jones, J. Eraser. H. H. Thomas, D. J. Eivuns, James Huigihes, J. 0. Jones, R. Taylor, W. Delamere, Llew. Williams, Robert Owen, W. Griffith, W. E. Jones (organist), Dr Bock, Revs O. B. Williams (Menai Bridge), P. Jones £ Llanddona), J. Hillier (C.M.) and W. G. Owen (Presb.). The Rector said that they were met to pre- sent Mr Morgan with a token of esteem, which when he was far away would serve to remind him of his friends and well-wishers at Beau- maris. Mr Lloyd Williams (churchwarden) was then called upon to present Mr Morgan with a hand- somely-framed illuminated address. Enilocist ie references were then made bv the Revs Peter Jones, 0. B. Williams, W. G. Owen, J. Hillier, and Mr F. Geary. Mr Morgan said he could not tell how pleased he was to have the presence of his Nonconform- ist brethren on the platform that evening They all knew he loved his church, but he never t.hmi<rht it necessary to prove his Churchmsii- Rilvip by vilifyinig the opinons of those opposed to him.

MENAI BRIDGE URBAN COUNCIL

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