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BEAUMARIS. A LARGE and handsome organ, erected at the English Presbyterian Church, built by the Church Organ Works, I Islington, London, will be opened on Sunday next. No SERVICE AT LLANGOED PARISH: CHURCH.—It appears that for the last three Sundays no services have been held at the parish church, at Llangoed. It will be remembered that the vicar was the person who preferred a charge against a domestic servant at the last quarter sessions, and that he was subjected to rather a rigid experience, the chairman remarking that. the girl left the court without a shadow of blemish on her character. The reverend gentleman has not conducted any service since. THE WILLIAMS-BULKELEY ARMS HOTEL.—The fifth annual meeting of the shareholders of the Wil- liams-Bulkeley Arms Hotel was held on Wednesday atternoon, Colonel Henry Platt occupying the ch air. Mr William Griffith, secretary, presented the report of the directors, which referred to the efficiency with which Miss Williams, the manageress, had conducted the business. The nett profit of the year showed an increase of ES(A) upon those of the previous years, and were sufficient to declare a dividend of 1nt per cent. It was recommended that the dividend should be at the rate of 10 per cent., carrying the balance over to the reserve fund, and that additions should be made to the hotel. The retiring directors, namely Colonel Hampton-Lewis and Mr William Dew, were re-elected, and Mr Hall of the Old Bank, Chester, was appointed auditor.

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