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lOOAI ;;D GENERAL SEWS 'ned meeting of th* diocesan at Pq1! diocese of Bangor, held ti0ri Z niao°v' 'as~ week, the following mo- dioopR 8S SUDm't'ed by the Bishop of the (Mr j' ^PP01" by the Lord Lieutenant *dopteri • ^,1T':ives)j and unanimously of aj) ~y_ "That this combined! meeting Of jj e diocesan societies of the diocese its d«p*°r Pern"tted to express lose ci snrro'-v tor the immeasurable the £ Snv by His }'hx ~W the Kin-' family, and all Hi,s Majesty's Queen v ^°^h ^10 of Her Majesty the Ki lc'or'H' and to assure His Majesty ^letrin'11^ ^'e nsvcr-failing devotion and ^jest*0^ c''ocese al' times to His *ector fTp "^>cn'"ro' (the Rev W. Morgan, ia 0 Wan Conway), recently wrote an ^Qecrnerl0r^aM oc'c' entitled "Victoria, *erse k 1?1Press' 1837-1901," a copy of the riflp+I ein8 eer't to the King by Earl Car- Welg},11, "Penfro" has also written in fieived iinev> ^ational Anthem. He re- <rWinH Allowing acknowledgment: — Ctmjw. s°f Castle. Sir Francis Knollys is ec^ bJ the King to thank the Rev the a °r^an ^(>r the verses winch he sent for ai-y J^ance <if his Majesty. 7th Fcbru- Positi^ Uv.ilym Uowlvd, Chief Bard Welsh eT?^ £ ) institutional Order of ^S' on behalf ^is brethren, Kinc a congratulatory telegram to the CoB{^' an^ °ne to the German Emperor, ttSup°111 lim the degree of Patron 'Jrder and Gorsedd of Bardism. Chief6 ^ev Hugh Price Hughes, as the l&eeti fi^)e]a^er on Thursday evening at a inK & "eld to celebrate the recent open- n^7 Wesieyan Church, Penarth, W*1* the liturgical form of service in the ln a Rection of the Wesieyan Church. c&larn>+^'aC^er sa'^ that one of the greatest Troyji1 that could befall the Own fltrcjji^7e to do away with the beautiful that PT;iUr?1 and musical arrangements Hot As the strength—he would 4»ltVn0lthe A" glo-Saxon race, but the Taces° race—laJ' 'n its mixture of its S° ^ie strength of Methodism lay in ^J^bination of Anglicanism and Dis- ideal Methodism would be a Ur rch with one sanctuary with the lit- th The liturgy was no mor,3 confined 06 Anglican Church than the Bible was afternoon Mr W. W. Evms, tljg ast Denbighshire coroner, opened .^jjj^,lll<luest on the four men whO) were at the Minera Lead Mines, near O,rn, through the bolt of the carrier. speoto Way- Mr O. R. Jones, assistant in- j,r metalliferous mines, and Cap- iat manager of the mines, were pre- hear, After evidence of identification had Si^en, the Coroner stated that it o^i his intention to finish the in- Owp t ^ay> but he understood from Mr chief1- cs ^eve Foster, the ^Hahl lnsPec^or» desired an adjournment to ,e the bolt which broke and caused the Scie eilt to sent to the Royal College of ftlin I-'000'011 to be thorougnly osa- thg- and rsported upon. He felt that 9vei44v?°r^auoe t'le occasi°n warranted flUvp being done that could throve for &ht upon the matter, and he there- foy^P^P^ed to adjourn the inquest for a e tenth of thei great annual Welsh St pr^n^s a8ain this year in Tk ^8 Cathedral on St. David's eve, *tonrS<^a^' the 28th inst. Sir John Pule- 4toll and an E-nelrgetic committee of repre- btative Welshmen have completed the angements, which ar.e necessarily on a » r8e scale. The pulpit will be occupied y the Ven. Archdeacon Evans, of St. As- Never since these mammoth gather- 8b Were first inaugurated has the pro- r-^nirie contained a selection at once so s.and so appropriate for a purely Welsh th t C6' c^°ir be nearly double any previous year, and will be com- of picked Welsh Church :-ing.;rs m :a:don., The famous Welsh tenor, Mr "If avies' W1'^ «ng the following solos <«y ^th all your hearts" (Mendelssohn) and »pi e that love the Lord" (Dr Joseph Parry). 'Sto ^sonf> will be read by Sir John Pule- Mr Thomas Jones, the senior Welsh ty Missioner, while the first part of the ce. will be sung by the Rev Principal I je 0nias> Home £ tod Colonial Training Col- j.6e> and the second part by the Rev Evan chaplain of the East End Welsh ^*ch Mission. ,j the Llandudno County Court on Fri- Tj^' before his Honour Judge Sir Horatio ^'ss Martha Carrie Allen, on at- ^ctive looking young lady, living at Haw- orue Yina) Deganwy, applied for an Ij ^ent order against Nathauk-1 Wd- ^ams, of Bryn Derwen, Towyn, near Con- y* Mr Porter, who appeared for the f1 Santiff, said the defendant was plain tilt's ^pfather. The plaintiff held Bryn Der- under a three years' lease from her other; whose property it was. Notwith- aHding that defendant retained posses- r °f a room in the house, of which he Used to giv,e< up posse-ssion. His client sued for lecovery of possession, and a of £ 8 15s. in cross-examination by taV^ar^ J°nes, plaintiff said that she had ,«en the lease of the house from her Otller, as they could not get defendant th othpr way (laughter). She took j ^l«ase so that she could bring this action of her mother, to whom defendant ^as married. Mr David Jones said this a bogus lease got up for the purpose of ejecting the defendant, but his Honour, ting out that the deed apparently ^ectly valid, gave judgment for the J* amtiff, reducing the amount claimed, QWever, to £ 5, the defendant to quit in 4 days. -t

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