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Manchester to Dyserth in Two…

Technical Classes.

Mutual Improvement Society.

Competitive Meeting.


Gwaenysgor. ----




Thanksgiving Services

The Evening Classes

Harvest Thansgiving at Rhewl…

"Bethania" Literary and

North Wales Colliers' Dispute.

"Peniel," Pen-y-ffordd.


"Peniel," Pen-y-ffordd. The annual tea and concert was held last Saturday, both meetings being well attended. The eatables were delicious, being home-made by Mrs Parry, Caer. Among those serving I r_l at the tables were :—Mesdames P. Williams, H. Williams. T. Edwards, T. Owens, D. Jones, J. E. Edwards, M. Roberts Misses Dora Saunders, Jessie Jones, Esther Hughes, Annie Parry, K. Edwards, A.. Davies (Rhyl), and Harriet Williams. In the evening an enjoyable concert was given. The chair was taken by Railway Inspector J. Jones of Rhyl, accompanist. Mr J. Spencer. The Gwespyr Brass Band opened with selections. Solos were admirably ren- dered by Mr E. Lloyd, Garth, Mr Morgan, Bagillt. Mr R. O. Williams; the Misses Roberts, Prestatyn Recitations by Master J. Ellis. Duet by Messrs E. Lloyd and Morgan, The Land of my Fathers was sung by the audience at the close of the meeting, led by Mr Lloyd. We are informed that Peniel," which was erected a few years ago, and is capable of seating about 200, has become much too small, and that the chapel leaders have bought a plot of land a short distance higher up, on the opposite side of the road, for the erection of a larger chapel, the building of which they hope to commence next year.