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BETHESDA EVANGELICAL SOCIETY.—Under ilie auspices of the .above society, on Monday evening united prayer meetings were held at Jerusalem and Salem chapels. OBITUARY.—We regret to record the death of Mrs Margaret Pritchard, wife of Mr David H. Pritchard, Gerlan road, Beth- esda. Deceased had been ailing for some time. Much sympathy is felt with the family in their bereavement. BETHESDA LITERARY SOCIETY.— At the meeting of the above society last week, Mr D. J. Williams, County School, presiding, papers were read by Miss L. A. Jones, Pant, on "Ann Griffiths;" Miss M. E. Parry, Penybryn, on "Williams Panly- celyn;" and Mr J. R. Thomas, Cloth Hail, on the "Battles of the Bible." MEMOES SERVICE.—On Saturday afternoon, at the Bethesda Chapel, a mem- orial service was. held, conducted by the Rev W. W. Uoyd, Brynteg. Alderman W. J. Parry, Coetmor Hall, delivered an eloquent address to a. large congregation. The following also spoke :—The Revs T. Dennis Jones, Thomas Griffith, Bethania; Thomas Hughes, Siloam O. J. Owen, Ger- lan. The "Dead March" was played on tho organ by Mr E. p. Lloyd.

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