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CARNARVON SUNDAY SERVICER GETOBCH OF ENOLA2TD. I Vioar Eev J. W. Wynne Jones, M.A. Christ Church 8-30, Holy Communion 111,Matins 6-30, ETen Song. St. David's .•10-30, Matins; 6,Even Song. St.'Mary's Eev Gwilym Lew Is. B./ 8-30, Ho'y Communior. 10, l^atins; S. EvenSong. Llaubeblig Rev D. Alban Lioyd, B.A. 10, Matins; 6, Even Song. BAPTISTS. Caersalem Rev Dr O. Davies. CALVENISTIC METHODISTS. Castlfl Square (E iRh) Rev D. Hughes, M.A. Beulah I Rer R. D. Rjwland Engedi P.iv F. Jam' Jon", M.A. Moriah Rev Evan Jones Siloh (Guild Hall) Rev J. E. Hughes, M.A. CONGBEGATIONALISTS. Salem Pilneipal Propart Pendref Rev Bryniog Roberts WESLEY ANa. TTngliah (Castle street) Ebenezer 10, ReT Hp:;h Cuny, Penygroes 6, Rev. W. Ll. Davin, x er-'sa'rvtaen ROMAN CATHOLICS. St Peter and St Paul Rev Father Jones. The new Intermediate School was opened on Tuesday. The formal opening will take place in three or four weeks time. Twenty-two young men have joined the Rifle Volunteer Corps during thie past fort- night. Private David Jones, of the Scot Greys (son of Mr Robert Jones, Llainbupur), who was wounded at the relief of Kitnberley arrived home this (Thursday) morning. Detachments of the Artillery and Ritle Volunteers formed part of a guard of hon- our at Holyhead on Friday when the Queen, on her return from Ireland, arrived at that place. Mr Cecil J. L. Allanson, R.A., who was appointed 2nd A.D.C. to Sir John Wood- burn, the Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal, last October, from an Elephant Battery in the Punjaub, and whose appointment ter- minated in April, has been re-appointed till next October, and has gone with the Lieutenant-Governor to Darjeeling from Calcutta. ACCIDENT. While Mr Henry Jones, South Pen'rallt, was engaged doing some work in connection with the cutter "Mar- garet," now lying in the dock his hand was caught by a hook which ripped it in a fright- ful manner, necessitating the amputation of one or two of his fingers. THE MILITIA.—The recruits, who num- ber about 80, marched through the principal streets of the town the ether day, their smart appearance being generally remarked upon. To Captain Berners, who is deser- vedly popular with the men, must be attri- buted, in a(great measure, the impetus given to recruiting at the barracks this year. SPECIAL OOURi. On Wednesday, before the Mayor (Mr W. J. Williams) and Mr J. R. Pritchard, John Morgan, gardener, was charged with stealing a pair of football booits from the Market Vaults. It was stated that the boots were given to the defendant bv a lad, and the Betach dismissed the case, and cautioned the defendant against re- ceiving anything from a boy. BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT — On Monday, before the Mayor (Mr W. J. Williams), Mr E. Hughes, Mr J. R. Prit- chard, Mr W. Hamer, and Dr G. R. Gri- ffith, Hugh Edwards, Pool Hill, was fined 2s 6d ana costs for drunkenness. — David Edwards, alias "Crane," charged with as- I saulting the police on the oerasion of the visit of Mr D. Lloyd George, M.P., to the town, was fined 10s and costs, or in default 14 days' imprisonment. Edward Griffiths, Eagle Hotel, was mulated in a penalty of 2s 6d and costs for leaving a number of barrels in Newborough street for an unrea- sonable time. OBITUARY. After a very brief illness, at the ripe age of 81 years, an old inhabi- tant of the town passed away on Thursday, April 26th, in the person of Mrs Ann Wal- ker, 34, Chapel street. The deceased was the relict of Mr James Walker, who was for many years a warder at H.M. Prison, Carnarvon, and mother-in-law of Mr Ro- bert Griffith, bootmaker, &c., Pool street. She was one of the oldest members of the church at Ebenezer. The interment took place at Llanbeblig Churchyard, the funeral being of a private character. Much sym- pathy s felt with the family in their bereavement. COUNTY MAGISTRATES' COURT. On Saturday; before Mr J. Menzies and other magistrates, Hugh Jones, Pentre Farm, Pentir, was fined 5s and costs for using profane language.—William Hughes, Treddafydd terrace, Penygroes, was fined 10s and costs for drunkenness.—Ann Owen, Porthlleidfiog, applied for an affiliation order against William Roberts, Tremadoc. Mr J. T. Roberts appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr Humphreys, Portmadoc, defended. The plain+iff, in the course of her evidence, said that the defendant and two other men tried to force her to swal'low a quantity of liqusid contained in an egg cup. The d fendant said it wculd do her a great deal of good, and that she would not have a child if she took it. Some of the stuff, which had the smell of turpentine, passed her lips, and she became sick and- vomited. The Bench made an order for 2s 6d a week. PERFORMANCE OF A GANTATA. — At the Moriah Chapel on Thursday night, a juvenile choir, under the leadership of Mr Ben Jones, A.C., gave a performance of the sacred cantata "The -Good Shepherd" (H. W. Wareing, Mus. Doc.). Mr William Gri- ffith, Wellington terrace, presided over a fair attendance. The choir rendered the various choruses in a delightful manner, while the youngsters, to whom the different solos were allotted sang with good taste and effect. The performance reflected the greatest credit upon the conductor, to whose painstaking efforts must be attri- buted the high degree of efficiency attained by the choir. The principals were Lizzie M. Jones, J. S. Fletcher, Katie Owen, Katie Jones, Eveline Jones, Jennie Rich- ards, Lizzie Owen, D. Charles Roberts, Katie Pritchard, and Agatha Williams. Songs and duetts were also contributed by Miss Mia Williams, Mr J. Peris Jones, and Mr Cefni Jones, and Mr Orwig Williams, who was the accompanist, played a selec- tion of music on the organ. The concert throughout was eniovable, and it was to be regretted that there was not present a larger audience. CONCERT. A concert, which can be described as a treat in every sense of the term was held at the Guild Hall, on Tues- day night in aid of the Beulah C.M. Chapel, of which the Rev R. D. Rowland (Anthro- pos), the well-known poet is the energetic pastor. There was present a large and fashionable audience, presideâ over by Mr Charles A. Joneis, solicitor, whose rare plants were kindly lent to beautify the platform of the hall. The artistes were Madame J. Thomas, Llanelly; Miss Gwen- doline Dew, London; Mr R. Brothen Jones, Mr Tegfan Roltsrts, and Mr J. Cottrell's party. Mr Orwig Williams (organist of Moriah Chapel) was the accompanist. The following was the programine —Song, Mr Tegfan Roberts; Song, "Llam y Cariadau" (R. S. Hughes), Madame J. Thomas; Song, "Honour and Arms" (Handel), Mr R. Brothen Jones Song, "A Memory" (Gor- ing Thomas), Gwendoline Dew; Glee, "In this Hour of Softened Splendour" (Pin- suti), Mr Cottrell and party; Song, "Y Milwr Clwyfedig" (R. S. Hughes), Mr R. Brothen Jdnes; Song, "Gwlad y Bryniau" (Griffiths). Madame J. Thomas Song, Mr Tegfan Roberts; Song, "Come, Sweet Morning," Miss Gwendoline Dew Glee, "Y Blodeuyn Olaf" (J. A. Lloyd), Mr Cottrell and party; Song, "Ernani, 0 come, fly with me" (Vardi), Madame J. Thomas; Song, "Soldier's Song," Mr R. Brothen Jones; Song, Miss Gwendoline Dew. Mad- ame Tl mrs, who made her first bow to a Carnarvon audience on Tuesday night, is an accomplished singer. It was she who won the chief prize in the soprano solo competi- tion at the Llanelly National Eisteddfod, and ever since that time she has takrn part in all the -important concerts in South Wales and other parts of the country. Her singing the other night greatly impressed the audience, who demonstrated their ap- preciation of her efforts by encoring two of her songs. Miss Gwendoline Dew, a daughter of Mr W. Dew, of Bangor, the popular and genial auctioneer, is a great favourite withNorth Wales concert-goers. In addition to a charming presence she pos- sesses a voice of great purity which she can use with excellent effect. She too, was en- thusiastically and deservedly encored for a beautiful rendering of "Come, Sweet Morn- ang." Mr Brothen Jones and Mr Tegfan Roberts gained unstinted applause, and Mr Cottrell's party, which is familiar to Car- narvon audiences, sang two glees in a pleas- ing manner. The secretary of the concert, which will yield a substantial surplus, was Mr J. Roberts, Victoria Stores, Mr Moses Evans, Brynhendre, being the treasurer.

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