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Local and District News.


Bettws, Abergele.


Bettws, Abergele. Temperance Meeting.âThe Bettws Tempe- rance Society held its last meeting at Sion Congregation Chapel last Tuesday evening, under the conductorship of the Rev O. Vaughan Jones, Congregational minister, when a good number of the young people of Bettws and the district came together. The meeting was opened by singing a hymn. Among those who took part in the pro- ceedings of the evening are the following names âMessrs J. Owen, Gwyndy; John Hughes, Ga banan J. Rowlands and W. Rowlands, Bodunig Dolwen Teddy Parry, Glanrafon J. H. Parry, Glanrafon and the Misses E. Davies, Cefncastell Kate Roberts, Minafon S. Salisburv, Post-office L. Roberts, Garreg-fayvr; Williams, GwyndY Uchaf; H. and J. Davies, Rhwngydduyffordd. The best speech on "Tea" was delivered by Master O. Jones, Bodowen, and the prize was awarded to him. The prize for the best six reasons for being a teetotaller, was awarded to Miss Parry, Peniarth- bach. The Rev O. Foulkes was also present, and addressed the meeting, as well as taking -part in adjudicating, &c. The temperance cause is gain- ing strength at Bettws. Many have already signed the pledge, and a few sign at every meeting- This was a very successful and interesting meeting, and it was unanimously passed to arrange a similar meeting soon.


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