CORRIS.|1900-02-08|Welsh Gazette and West Wales Advertiser - Welsh Newspapers Online
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CORRIS. BEGGING.—On Friday last, at the Police Court, Corris, James Macdermot, of no fixed abode, was brought up in custody before Mr. H. Davies, charged with begging alms. P.C. Thomas Parry having given evidence, accused was sentenced to 14 days' hard labour. BIBLE SOCIETY.—The Corris Branch of the British and Foreign Bible Society held their annual meeting at Sniloh (W.) Chapel on Monday even- ing, The Sev D. Charles Edwards, M.A., Llanbedr, represented the Society, the Chairmau being Rev. Rhys Davies (Cong). Mr. H. Davies, J.P., Aber Corris, Treasurer, (in the absence of Mr. Lewis Jones, secretary, read a report of the Society at Corris which showed that the neighbourhood con- tributes liberally towards the Society. The attendance was meagre. FUNERAL.—On Thursday the funeral took place of Mr. Thomas Morgan, Esgergeiliog, at Rehoboth Churchyard, Corris. The deceased was well re- spected in the neighbourhood and his funeral was largely attended. 'The following took part:—Revs J. Roberts (C.M.) Corris; J. J. Evans (C.M.), Aber- llefenni; E. Ffoulkes Roberts (C.M.), Machynlleth E. Isaac (W.), Corris; Rhys Davies (Cong), Corris H. W. Parry (Cong), Aberllefenni, also Messrs John Evans, Esgaergeiliog, and D. Ifor Jones, Corris.

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