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Bangor. At the English Wesleyan Chapel, on Tuesday night, the Sister Charis delivered an address, illustrated with limelight views, on Dr Stephen- son's Children's Homes." The Bev Dr Herber Evans, Principal of the Bala-Bangor College, completes the 21st year with the December number as editor of Y Dysged- ydd." Instead of his usual Monthly Notes," Principal Evans gives some interesting extracts entitled, A few pages from my diary as an editor." LEGAL.—Mr J. T. Williams, Conway, who was articled to Mr W. Huw Rowland, Bangor, and spent the concluding term of his articles with Messrs Inderman and Brown, Chancery-lane, Lon- don, has passed the final examination of the In- corporated Law Society. HOREB LITERARY SOCIETY.- On Thursday night a miscellaneous entertainment was held when songs and recitations were given by members of the society. On Tuesday next a debate will take place on the subject," The electric light for Bangor -will it prove beneficial to the town ?" Mr J. R. Pritchard will take the affirmative and Mr W. Howard Lewis the negative side. UndoubtedJv there will be a large attendance, as great inter? taken in the question, i ST. PAUL'S LITERARY SOCIETY.—A mis- laneous entertainment was held on Monday II under the presidency of the Rev R. Lloyd Jo. Songs were rendered by Miss Polly C. Jones, MIOS Lizzie Roberts, Miss M. Owens, and Mr D. O. Jones, Brynmeirion. Master Trevor Lloyd Jones gave a violin solo, and a party from Garth enter- tained the company with tableux vivants. A num- ber of competitions in singing also took place. Mr J. R. Clayton, who plays the harmonium in St. Paul's chapel, was presented with a purse contain- ing a sum of money in recognition of his services. The money had been subscribed by those attending the chapel, the presentation being made by Mrs Lloyd Jones, who, with Mrs Williams, Ludwig Villa, was instrumental in collecting the amount. SCHOOL OF DIVINITY.—THE NEW WARDEN.— The r.ewly-elected warden of the School of Divinity is the Rev H. L. James, M.A. This school, or Church hostel, as it is sometimes called, admits those men who are students at the university college in Bangor, and whose intention is to pro- ceed to Holy Orders, while it also gives a year's theological training to graduates of the English universities who mean to work in the diocese. Its first warden was the present Archdeacon Williams, of Merioneth its second, whose resignation has now occasioned the vacancy, the Rev Edmonds Jones, while the third is the gentleman above alluded to. Mr James, who was a scholar of Jesus Callege, Oxford, and a graduate in honours of the same university, has had an extended parochial experience, having served such bilingual curacies as Llandudno, Llanddeiniolen, and LlanfairiBgaer. His brother is the Vicar of Llwynpia, in the Rhondda Valley. Western Mail." THE SCHOOL BOARD 'ELECTION.—Tuesday last was the nomination day of candidates for seats on the School Board. The following were nominated (an denoting retiring members) I *Principal Price, Normal College (C.M.) Professor Phillips, M.A. (Congregationalist) ;'Dr E. O. Pryce (C.M.), *Mr W. Lloyd Jones (W.), *Mr W. P. Matthews (B.), all of wbom have been adopted as Noncon- formist candidates and supporters of undenomina- tional education; *Mr Charles Pozzi (Catholic), Colonel Sackville West (Ch.), Miss Wynn I Jones, *Dr Richard Jones, and Dr Langford Jones, adopted as Church candidates and supporters of the Voluntary Education Schemes. Messrs *Ro- bert Roberts and Charles James were nominated as independent Church candidates,and Mr W. Huw howland, solicitor (C.M.), as independent Non- conformist. There are nine seats to be fillod, and the election takes place on the 14th inst. It may be added that much surprise and pain had been caused to many Churchmen by the rejection of Mr Robert Roberts by the wirepullers of the Church party, especially as Mr Roberts has been always faithful to his duties as member of the Board. PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY.—Before Messrs T. Lewis (chairman), the Mayor(Mr J. E. Roberts), W. Pughe, H. Clegg, John Edwards, and Moses Evans. DRUNKENNESS. Griffith G. Jones, Caellwyngrydd, Bethesda, was fined 2s 6d and costs for drunkenness. FIREWORKS. A lad named William Owen was charged with indulging in fireworlrs.-The case was dismissed. ASSAULT. Mary Walsh preferred a charge of assault against Catherine Carter, both residing in Clarence street. — The Bench dismissed the case. DRUNK WITH A HORSE AND CART. Owen Owens, Bethesda, who did not appear, was charged with being drunk in charge of a horse and cart at Bethesda.-P.O. J. Jones (31) proved the case.—A warrant was issued for his appre- hension.


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