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Psychological Sunday.

No Holidays for the M.I.S.

The Annual Competitive Meeting

Competitive Meeting.


Postal Facilities.

Postal Arrangements.

Pretty Wedding.

United Prayer Meetings

Social Supper.I

Juveniles Entertained.

Quarrymen's Dinner.

The Coronation Hall. j




The Church Social Tea on New…

Local Music Success.\

Subsidence on the Highway.

Old Age Pensions.



Wesleyan Circuit Quarterly…


Wesleyan Circuit Quarterly Meeting. This was held at Groes Chapel on Satur- day. Rev. K. Hopwood prosiding, when 86 delegates attended. After devotional exer- cises the contributions of the churches were received. Condolence was expressed with Mr Price (Teilia, Gvvaenysgor) on the death of his eldest daughter suddenly, also Mrs Evans (Gronant) on the accidental death of her husband Win. Evaus, with Thus. Parry (Newmarket) on his wife's death, and with the family at Voel Farm (Cwm) on the death of Mr T. Davies. The following appointments were made, with thanks for past services Messrs Griffith and Williams, circuit stewards Mr John Blythin (Axton) secretary of the meeting; Mr John Parry (Clerk Point of Ayr) as circuit chapel secretary Mr Robt. Ellis as treasurer of Foreign Missions Mr Tlios. Evaus (Tan y Morfa, Gwespyr) was thanked for past service, and Mr Goodman Ellis appointed for the ensuing year. Mr William Evans (Gronant) was also thanked and re-appointed treasurer of the Sunday School Fund. Mr J. B. Thomas, Gwespyr Council School, was appointed to a post con- nected with the Sunday Schools. A hearty reception was given to Rev. R. J. Hopwood, B.A., tutor at Richmond College, son of the superintendent.


Constitutional Club.

Cricket Club.


The Day Schools.