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ABERDOVEY. GENEROSITY. Again this year Mrs Howell, Craigydon, and Mrs Lewis, Biyndovey, have shown their deep sympathy with the local poor by gener- ously distributing amongst them coal and other necessaries during the past two or three weeks. THE ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR.âCollections were made in the Aberdovey Church on Sunday in com- pliance with the Queen's request, to augment the Mansion House fund for the wives and families of our soldiers row fighting in South Africa. The amount collected was 128 Os 3d. This, in addition to the sum|previously [subscribed (.637 Is 6d)lby the Churcbpeople of Aberdovey brings the total sum to z665 Is 9d. The Rev S Evans, B.A., preached morning and evening, the Vicar, the Rev J Row- lands, M.A., being absent owing to illness. The Rev W Williams, M.A., the Bishop's Chaplain, assisted at the morning service. The collection was one of the largest ever made in the Church. CRICKET CLUB.âAt a meeting on Tuesday even- ing it was decided to form a cricket club for the town. It was stated that satisfactory arrange- ments had been arrived at with the Cambrian Railways Company in regard to the land between the railway station and the main road, where it is intended to make the pitch. Captain Enoch Lewis was elected president of the club, Captain John Evans treasurer, Mr W Vaugban Thomas and Mr Z Jones (National Schools) secretaries. Captain Edwards and Captain Bill were nominated to can- vass the town for subscriptions towards the club. The following were elected on the committee :â The President and the officers, Captain Edwards, Captain Bill, Messrs R 0 Richards, J Daniel Hughes, R Festin Williams, E L Rowlands, J M Howell, W Jones Hughes, and Arthur Tomlins. The club has excellent prospects.

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