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Manchester to Dyserth in Two…

Technical Classes.

Mutual Improvement Society.

Competitive Meeting.


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Thanksgiving Services

The Evening Classes

Harvest Thansgiving at Rhewl…

"Bethania" Literary and


"Bethania" Literary and Theological Society. The Bible class for young people, which Mr Lewis Williams, M.E., established at the Wesleyan Chapel some three years ago, has now grown into a strong progressive society, having a membership of about fifty active workers. Last winter they enlarged their field of study, as is signified by the additional title of the society. The winter meetings were opened on Monday, and a social at the Schoolroom marked the occasion. A peep in at the doors would suffice to convince one of the healthy tone and activity that prevails among the members, and these are largely due to their devoted leaders, who have con- ducted the meetings on admirable lines. An excellent tea was served by the follow- ing ladies:—Mrs M. C. Jones, J. Hughes, J. Parry Misses M. L. Blackwell, S. Williams, M. Hughes, E. Price, M. Hughes (Ty Newydd), S. Edwards, Martha Jones. Mr Blackwell catering. A bright entertainment followed the tea, in which those who took part were :—Messrs J. Ellis, Jno. Hughes, James Lloyd. R. E. Elder, John Lloyd, L. Williams, M.E., and E. Davies (Llinegar Farm), made brief remarks, and Rev. J. LI. Hughes delivered a stirring address, in which he pressed the members to realise their personal duty to the Society. This age is an age uf learning, but they were studying the Bible the greatest book. Sir Oliver Lodge had said that no man was a fool who knew his Bible. The speaker went on to say that in order to have success this winter he would ask them to realise their duty, prepare by reading, and to attend the meetings regularly. The Rev. J. Lloyd Hughes was appointed to conduct them during the term, and Mr Lewis Williams in his absence. A vote of thanks to the ladies was passed on the pro- position of Mr Lewis Williams, and seconded by Mr John Lloyd.

North Wales Colliers' Dispute.

"Peniel," Pen-y-ffordd.