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(JALVIMSTHJ METHODIST I ASSOCIATION.

Pwllheli.

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Pwllheli. AN EVENT.—The preacher at South Beach chapel next Sunday is the Rev Thomas Hughes (Machynlleth), who is 94 years old. SYMPATHY.-Magwen, the little girl of the late Mr and Mrs O. Lewis Edwards, Plastirion, died a few days ago. She resided with her grandfather, Mr Robert Jones, Plas Tanyrallt, with whom the deepest sympathy is felt. A NEW VESTRY.—The Wesleyans are working energetically towards erecting a vestry room attached to the chapel. Such a room is very much wanted. THE POLICE COURT.—There was nothing of importance before the County Police Court last Wednesday. ST. JOHN'S AMBULANCE CLASS.—A St. John' Ambulance Class has been formed, and about 3 members have already joined, with Inspecto Rowlands as secretary. Dr Rees has kindly con- sented to give the lectures gratis, beginning next week. Inspector Rowlands has been awarded already the Honorary Serving Brother insignia, and has received from the Queen a beautiful medalion THE SCHOOL BOARD.—A meeting of the School Beard was held last week, when there were pre- sent Rev W. Thomas (ill the chair), Messrs W. Owen, James Griffith, W. H. Thomas, and J. T. Howells (clerk). The object of the meeting was to elect members to fill the vacancies eaused by the resignations of Messrs Anthony, Davies, and Jones Owen. It was proposed, seconded, and carried unanimously that Messrs Robyns Owen, David Williams, Cardigan View; and Morris Ro- berts, South Beach, be elected members to fill up th.. said vacancies.-When the Messrs Owen, Wil- liams, and Roberts received the intimation of their election, they accepted the appointments.-Last Tuesday another meeting was held, there being present: Messrs W. Thomas (in the chair), David Williams, O. Robyas Owen, Morris Roberts, Wm. Owen, W. H. Thomas, James Griffith, and J. T. Howells (clerk). The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. It was resolved to pay the accounts. The clerk read a letter from Mr John Roberts, resigning his post as compulsory officer. The resignation was accepted. Penmorfa, near Portmadoc. NORWAY.—Mr J. R. Prichard, J.P., gave an illustrated lecture at Zion Ctiapel (Con.), la^t Saturday, Mr Henry Roberts, Portmadoe, being in the chair. The subject of the lecture was Norway. Mr David Williams, Ivy House, Portmadoc, manipulated the oxy-hydrogen lime-light, and showed the views en the canvas. The slides were kindly lent by the Home and Foreign Travel Association. Songs were rendered by Eos Alltwen, Mr R. Rowlands, Mr R. B. Morpe, and Miss Williams.

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