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PWLLHELI. I A CARNEGIE DONATION.âMr Carnegie has given J6 250 towards the new organ iiistalled at Salem Chapel (C.M.). ELECTION OF DEACONS. Mr D. H Parry, main road surveyor, and Mr O. Robyns Owen, tiolie-itor, have been elected deacons ot Penrhos C.M. Chapel. CONDOLENCE. â The Board of Guardians have passed a vote of condolence with the Rev. J. Edwards on the death of his mother, who re sided with him for many years. ASSISTANT -ORGANISTS. âMr Alexander Parry, B.A., and Miss Davies, Morlais, have been appointed assistant organists at Penlan Chapel. MILITARY TRIBUNAL.âThe local mili- tary tribunal has been re-appointed. They agreed with the Llevn Rural District Tribunal that permission should be given to recruits to choose their own battalion. INFLUENCE OF BODY ON MIND. A paper was read at the Penlan Literary Soeiety, last Friday evening, by Mr Coleman on "The influence of the body on the mind." His brother also read another #a.per, the subject being "The duty of the voting." Mr John Ellis presided. AFRICA. ITALY, AND WALES.âMr Gwil- vm T. Ellis read a paper at Penmount Literary Society, last Frid.ty evening, in which he dealt with the climate, people, and trade of Africa; Mr R. P. Roberts, New-street, and Miss A. Mary Jones, Argraig, also read papers on Italy and Wales respectively. OBITUARY.âThe body of Mrs Laura Morris, Pwll March, widow of Mr Owen Morris, Cwmcoryn, was brought here from Llangybi, where she died in her daughter's house, last Fri- day, and was buried in her husband's grave at 1 jlanaelhaiarn. She was 84 years old, and was born and brought up at Galltberw. MISSIONARY MEETING.âThe Rev. Wm. Evans, a C.M. Indian missionary, addressed a meeting at Abererch on Sunday. TEMPERANCE WORK. -Temperance meet- ings were held at Abererch la-st week, and ad- dresses delivered by Plenydd and others.âMiss Jane L. Roberta, Yiiye, has been elected president of the local Women's Temperance Society, in succession to her mother. PERSONAL.âMr Sainucl Roberts, Penydon, is progressing slowlv from his illness. WELSH FOLK-SONGS. â Mr R H. Jone! schoolmaster, Llangwnndl. gave an address at Pencraig, last week, on "Welsh Folk-Songs." The Rev. R. J.I. Edwards presided. A party of children rendered some of the songs, and Mr W. 0. Roberts plaved Welsh airs on the violin. WELCOMING A NEW PASTOR.At Car- diff-road Congregational Chapel Schoolroom, on Wednesday, there was a large gathering to wel- come to the pastorate the Rev. David Thomas, Clydach. The lady members and their friends had mad a ample preparations for the gathering. AddrelJses were delivered *by the Revs. J. Rhydd- ereh (who was in the chair), H. N. Hen. derson, Bangor, who represented the North Wales Union of English Congregational Churches, and E. Mostyi-k Jones; Messrs E. J. Hughes and O. J. Robinson, deacons; D. Caradog Evans, and others. During the meeting songs and reoitations were rendered by Misses Anthony, B.A., E. M. Morgan, and Davies, Morlais; Mrs Rbydderch, and Mrs J. B. Anthony.

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