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Abergeie. Call. The English Presbyterian Church, Pensarn, which has been without a pastor for- three or four years, has given a call to the Rev J H D-ivies, Ewloe Green, and it is confidently anticipated that the rev. gentleman will accept. Although quite a young man, Mr Davies enjoys considerable popula- rity as a preacher. He is a great favourite amongst Rhyl Presbyterians. Died in his Chair. Mr David Jones. dairyman, Glossop Terrace) Pensarn, a well known and much respected resi- dent, was on Sunday afternoon found dead in a chair in which he had sat down to r3st after his duties, the sad discovery being made by his wife. The -news of his death came as a great shock to both relatives and friends, as nothing whatever appeared to have been ailing him. Deceased was for many years a faithful servant of the late Mr John Roberts, Bryngwenallt, and after his death started a dairy on his own account. He was 73 years of age, and leaves a wife and grown-up family. A doctor being able to certify the cause of death, no inquest was held. The funeral took place on Tuesday amidst many manifestations of respect, the officiating minister being the Rev Francis Jones, pastor of the C. M. Church, with which deceased was connected. The remains were interred in the C.M. Cemetery. Fatal Scalding Accident. Dr J R Hughes, coroner f?r West Denbighshire, held an inquest at Abergele on Tuesday relative to the death of Peter .Tones, son of Jonathan Jones, labourer, Peel Street. Evidence was given to the effect that whilst running round the tea table on Saturday evening the little fellow upset a pot of hot tea, and was badly scalded about the neck and chest. He was promptly placed under the care of Dr Richardson Jones, but he never recovered from the shock and died on Monday. The jury (foreman, Mr Crill) returned a verdict amounting to accidental death. The Church Bazaar. Last week's bazaar in aid of the Church House enlargement scheme realised £ 235.

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-----Illness of the Archdruid.

Chester Sun=Blind Accident

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