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WELSH CHURCH BILL. ___I

:NEW PICTURE PALACE AT BANGOR

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I rEHFOKMANCE OP "CLAUUIAN."

"LA VIE" NEXT WEEK. I

I BARMOUTH COUNCIL ELECTION.

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ANG-LESEY COUNTY COUNCIL.

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TYDWEILIOG SCHOLARSI AND TEACHERS.

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TYDWEILIOG SCHOLARS I AND TEACHERS. ENTI:'T?:,Il I Office AND MRS I J. V ÃuNE-FINCII, On Saturday, the 7th imet., the children of Tydnveiliog School and the teaching staff, to- gether with the managers and their wives, also children aiiwl staffs of Edeym and Dinas iiiid greatly enjoyed a tea., provided by Mr and Mrs Wynne-Finch, who are spending their a t Cefn- amwUch, the hridlegrccni's a.ne-esti'ai home. Mr John Charles Wynne-Finch is an officer in the ColdsIre41.n1 Guards*, and the eldest son üf Mrs Wynne-Finch, and the late Colonel Cha.rles A. Wynne-Finch of CeinannvkJh and Veelas Hall. The bride is the youngest clraighter of the Right Rev. and liell. Edward Ca.rr Glyn, D.D., Bishop of Peterborough, and Ladfv Mary Glyy, niece to tho Duke of Argyll. Following the tea, a, meeting was held, and ad<lrc0S>e.^ -were delivered cooiigTatuIatiBig the baipipy pair, and thanking t-lioni iVar their pre- sence to honour tlie event. Amongst the speakers were the Rev. Owen Thomas, Vicax- aige, Messrs Daniel Jones, Bryncdlol; J. P. Jwi«8, Porthywgadett.; Oweln WiLiaiito, llitrdre- fnwr: aiul. Oaipt. J-liomas Owen, F R.G.S., Mimavon. Mr Wynne-Finch acknowledged the refer- ence made to himseltf, Mrs Wymjte-Finch, and thx; Cei'na.mwLc.h family, and pwid a hiigh coan- pl;innen,t to the Llejrn people in geneaal, thank- iiiig thom for what they had do-n-e for ham in the past, which lie -would always rexnember wit,h gratitude and pleasure. Under the leadership ef the. Head Teacher, the children sang several pieces in Welsh and English, to the great delight of all present. A11 tlie chiIdren were presented by Mrs Wyaine-Finelh with cakes and oranges at the of the meeting. Credi-t is due to the manasretrf?' "wives and Mr H. G. Joshes, baiMiBF, Cefnaanwleh, and chairman of the managers, focr the efficient T)?!&<nn?r in which the ajramgeineruts were so ffillCÅri'uJly carried cmt. Th( prac?edtngs terminated by sim?ing "Hen wlad fy nhad&u" and "God nave the King."

WELSH CHURCH BILL. ___I