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BAGILLT. 1 LAYING THE MEMORIAL STONES OF THE NEW ESLEYAN CHAPEL AT WALWEN. As v'e announced a few weeks ago, it'has been decideu to erect a Wesley111 Chapel at Walwen, near Bagillt, at a cost of £ 600, and Saturday last was the day set apart for laying the memorial" stones. The day being exceedingly fine, it was but to be expected that a large concourse of people would assemble, as was the case. The members of the Bethania and Soar Sunday Schools met at Bethania Chapel, whence they proceeded, bearing a handsome new banner, to the site of the new chapel, accompanied by several ministers, preachers, deacons, and others. After the opening aexvice had been gone through, the audience as- sembled, was addressed in a very able manner by the Rav Lewis Jones, Chester, and also by the Revs E. Humphreys, Holywell: Lewis Thomas, Flint; W. Thomas, Bagillt: and J. Evans (Iota Eta), Oonway; and by Mr Richd. Gratton, chairman of the Holywell School Board. The great event of 1, r the day—the laying of the memorial stones—was gracefully performed by Miss J. Gratton Evans, Conway; Mrs J. Hughes, Bagillt; and Mrs J. Thomas, Liverpool, amid loud cheers. The collec- tion on the stones was upwards of £100, and the day's proceedings weie closed by the Rev W. Thomas offering up prayer.

HOLYWELL.

HOLYHEAD.

LLANDUDNO.

ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE CABMEN…

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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ELECTION…

RHYL.

A MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT AND…

THE INQUEST.

THE ILLNESS (If LORD BEAC(¡S-FIELT).

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