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LLANRWST. PREACHERS.—The following will be the preachers for next Sun,diav. Parish Church Rector. Rev. J. Hamer Lewis. St. Mary's (Eng.): Rev. J. Ilamer Lewis. Rector. Zion (C..Ni.): Rev. T. C. Roberts, Rev Cynvvyd Williams. Scotland Street (C.M) Rev. Cynwyd Williams, Rev. Wm. Thomas Horeb (VV\) Rev. R. Rowlands, Rev. T. C. Roberts. St. James' (W.) (Eng.): Mr. Tomkinson, Colwyn Bay. Tabernacle (C.) Rev. Wm. Thomas, Rev. R. Rowlands. Ebenezer (C): Sunday School. Service. Penuel (H): Dr. Shankland, Bangor. MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY.— Capital punishment was the subject dealt with at the weekly meeting on Wednesday even- ing. The discussion was opened by Mr. IivDr Pughe Roberts, Arfon View, and the chair was occupied by Mr. Thomas, Metropolitan Bank. ZIO'N LITERARY SOCIETY.—At the weeit. meeting two papers were read, on,e on The influence of Wales on the: world," by Mr. Thos. Owen, Carrington-terrace, and the second by Mr. Hugh Jenkins, on The Minority Report of the Poor Law Commission." There was a .good attendance, presided over by Mr. T. Tudor Williams TABERNACLE LITERARY SOCIETY.—The monthly meeting took the form of a social. Suppei was provided by the young ladies of the church, after which a good programme was gone through under the presidency of Mr. R. Maddocks. The vocalists were Messrs. John Lloyd, Arthur Williams, Roland H. Williams, David O. Jones; recitations were given by Miss I-I. M. H. ghes; selections by Mr Lloyd's party; poetical effusions by Messrs. W. G. Owen, Harker, and others. Master Ivor Pryce Wil- liams contributed a pianoforte solo. The ac- companist was Miss Lally Roberts. WELSH CATTLE.—At the Birmingham Fat Stock Show, held last: week, Mr. William Jones, Berth ddu, secured second prize with a Welsh htifer. MART SALE.—The periodical sale of cattle and sheep was conducted by Messrs. Biackwall, Hayes & Co. at the Mart, Cae'r Graig, on Tues- day, when the following prices were realised :— Breeding ewes, up to 13s. gd. fat ewes, 16s. 3d. fat wethers, 14s. 3d.; fat iambs, us; cows and heifers with calf at foot, £ 13 7s. 6d yearling store cattle, £ 7 10s. A few colts and fillies changed hands at prices up to £ 10. MODERATOR-ELECT.— At the Calvinistic General Assembly, held at Llanidloes, last week, the Rev. Wm. Thomas, pastor of Zion Chapel, was elected Moderator for the ensuing year. The reverend gentleman has received many congratu- lations upon thi honour bestowed upon him by I the Connexion he has served so well. DEATHS.—We regret to record the death of Mrs. Ellen Owen, Back Watkin-street, which occurred on Friday, in her 77th year. The funeral took place on Monday, at St. Mary's Churchyard, the rector (Rev. John Morgan) officiating.-The death has also taken place of Mr Owen Thomas, boot maker, Denbigh-street, in his 53rd year. The funeral took place on Wednesday, at the Parish Churchyard.

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