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BANGOR. 1 f BANGOR CATHEDRAL.—Saturday, 5 p m. Service Stanford in B. flat. Authern, By the Waters or Babylon (Boyce). Sunday, at 8 a m., Litany and Holy Communion; 11 30 am, hymn, 353 I Service, Garrett in F. AN then, "All ye who Weep" (Gouud). At 4 p.m., hymn 279. Service, Stainer in E. Anthem, "My God, my God" (Reynolds). CTFABPOD LLENYDDOL.-Oa Saturday evening last a eyfarfod llenyddol was held at Ebenezer Chapol,—Mr W. 0. Davus, chairman. There weie Various competitions for solo and choral singing. The pr;z3 for choir singing was carried off by the choir from Tregarth. Miss M. Davies took first priz3 for solo singing- Mis3 Jane Pritchard took first priz3 for an essay on "Order." Mr Robert Jones took first prize fcr map.drawing Mr Mills Was successful also, his essay taking first prza tn the competition he entered. Miss Williams (Hir- ael) was awarded first prize for crewel work. The singing of a young girl (ffiss Brereton) was quite treat, she was accompanied by her brother (Mes- ter Brereton). Advantage wes taken cf this meet- ing to present Mr and Mrs Lewis Jones wit!i a handsome silver t;a and coffee service, together With a beautiful tray. The presentation was made by Mr George Eardley, who in his remarks I, Called attention to the loss which the chapel sus. tained in loosing tho services o! Mr Jones as Axusical leader. Mr Jones while leader of the choir had always worked hard and conscientiously. It had been indeed a labour of love with him, as his heart was thoroughly in the work Mr Davies (ruinister of the chapel) followed with some rele- vant remaiks. There was a very large attendance. A LITHRARY MEETING was held at Twr Gwvn Chapel, on Tuesday evening, presided over by Mr n. Williams. An afternoon tea meeting was also held for the children. A very. pleasant evening Was spent. FREEMASONRY.—The annual installation in con- lection with the Royal Leek Lodge took place on St. David's Day, at the Masonic Hall, Bangor. Bro. Greaves (Poitmadoc) was installed W M., Bro. Colonel the Hon. W, E. fcia kville-West, P.M., P.P.G.S.W., Oxfordshire, being the instal- ling officer. Amongst the visiting brethren were Bro. John Hugbes, W M., and Bro. Meshach Ro- berts, I.P.M., St. David's, 383. The banquet was Ssived by Mess s Pugh and Brown, Britieh Hotel. CARNARVONSHIRE AND ANGLBSEV INFIRMARY WEEKLY RapoM.MABCH 4TH 18 4 -In-patients, 19. Total numberjof out-patients admitted since October 2oth, 1883, 498. Ditto, during the past week, 31. liome patients, 69. Visitors for the ensuing week, Mrs Davies and the Lord Bishop. Hon. Phyai. citn for the ensuing week,—Dr Richards. Eoi burgeon for the ensuing week,—Dr Hughes.—M. ■Rowland Jones, House Surgeon.

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