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WELSH WESLEYAN DISTRICT MEETING.

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LLANBADARN FAWR.

TREGARON.

LLANFIHANGEL-AR-ARTH.

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COMING OF AGE OF Mr. E. W. WILLIAMS WVNN.- The rejoicings arranged for Monday, June 3rd, to cele- brate the coming-of-age of Mr. E. W. Williams Wynn, of Cefn, St. Asaph, have been postponed in consequence of the death of Lady Williams, widow of Sir Hugh Williams, of Bodelwyddan, and sister of Sir Watkin W. Wynn, which we announced last week. FUNERAL OF LADY WILLIAMS, BODELWYDDAN. The remains of Lady Williams, of Bodelwyddan (whose death we recorded last week) were taken from The Brow," Ruabon, on Saturday, to Rhuddlan station and thence to Bodelwyddan Church for interment in the family vault, by the side of her husband, the late Sir Hugh Williams. The attendance of relatives and friends was large, including Sir W. Grenville Williams, Bart., and the Messrs. and Misses Williams. Bodelwyddan, Sir Watkin and Lady Williams Wynn, the Earl of Powis, the Very Rev. G. Herbert, dean of Hereford, the Rev. Watkin H. Williams, Mrs. Williams Wynn, Cefn, and Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Mainwaring, Oteley. The dean of St. Asaph officiated, and at the grave the choristers sang Bishop Heber's hymn, "Thou art gone to the grave." The pro- ceedings were very plain and unostentatious, ten of the workmen acting as bearers. Lady Wynn and others placed beautiful wreaths on the coffin. The deceased lady was in her 60th year, and her loss will be greatly felt in the district. Lady Williams was the daughter of the late Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, fifth Baronet, of Wynnstay, and sister of the present Sir Watkin. She was born August 10, 1818, and married to the late Sir Hugh Wil- liams in 1843. Two of her ladyship's daughters are mar- ried, one to Mr. Edmund Peel, of Brynypys, and the other to Mr. S. K. Mainwaring, of Oteley Park, Ellesmere. Mr. and Mrs. Peel are at present in Switzerland. The lamented lady's death was very sudden. She took a car- riage drive in the afternoon, and was apparently in the en- joyment of excellent health. In the evening she was taken suddenly ill, and died of apoplexy before medical aid could be obtained. GOOD TEMPLARY IN NORTH WALES.—On Saturday, June 1st, the members of the English District Lodge for Mont- gomeryshire held its quarterly session in the Calvinistic Methodist Church, Montgomery. There was a good at- tendance of delegates from the various lodges in the county. The chair was taken by Bro. the Rev. D. Burford Hooke (Mold), the G.W.V.T. of Wales, who opened the district lodge in the usual form. Bro. W. Cooke (Newtown), the present D.D. for the county expressed a strong wish to be allowed to retire from his official duties, but yielded to the unanimously expressed wish of the district lodge to con- tinue in office for the present term. The district officers were then installed by the G.W.V.T. as follows :-D.D., Bro. W. Cooke; D. Conn., Bro. C. J. Newell, Newtown; D.V.T., Bro. Henry Driver, Welshpool; Dis. Sec., Bro. R. Powell, Welshpool Dis. Treas., Bro. T. Hughes, Welshpool; Dis. Chaplain, Bro. Rev. Rd. Jones, Llanid- loes P.D.D-, Bro. J. Smith, Montgomery D. Mars., Bro. J. B. Morgan, Welshpool; Dis. Guards, Bros. TroW and Butterworth, Newtown Dis. Asst. Sec., Bro. J. Pryce Jones, Welshpool; Dis. Dep. Mar., Sister E. Evans, Welshpool; right and left hand supporters, Sisters Cooke and Driver. It was resolved to devide the county into four districts, each to have two special deputies, who will co-operate in starting new lodges and strengthening weak ones. The choice of these deputies was left to the execul tive council, who recommended Bros. E Powell and G. P« Jones for the Welshpool district (which is to include Llan" santffraid and Meifod), Bros. J. Davies and T. Humphreys for the Llanidloes, Bros. T. P. Jones and R. H. Lloytl for the Newtown, and Bros. Rev. J. Davies and J. Smith to. the Montgomery sub-district. After tea, which waS provided in the National School, lent by the rector, the G.W.V.T. of Wales exemplified tho new unwritten work- It was agreed to hold the next district lodge in LlanidloeS during August and the members separated with a re- newed determination to do their utmost for the support of the order in Montgomeryshire.

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SINGULAR AND FATAL ACCIDENT…

THE CORWEN CHAIR EISTEDDFOD.

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