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COLWYN. THE ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL SALE OF WORK.—Last week's sa:le of work realised close upon [7°, and the members of the church are to be congratulated, upon their success. The object of the bazaar was to liquidate the small .debt upon current expenses, and the debt upon the land for the new church. PREACHING THE GOSPEL.—The annual preaching meetings in connection with the Welsh Wesleyans ot Bethesda were commenced on Sunday, when sermons were preached by the well-known Capel Garmon evangelist, Mr Griffith Jones. On Monday evening, the Rev. David Morris, of Abergele, preached", and on Tuesday evening and throughout yesterday ;(Wednesday) the pulpit was occupied by the Rev. T. Isfryn Hughes, Llanrhaiadr, Oswestry, and the Rev. Charles Jones, of Llianfyllin. The services were all well attended, and the preach. ing was impressive and eloquent. COMPETITIVE MEETING.—A successful competitive meeiting was held at Ebenezer chapel on Wednesday last. The Rev. T. Ro- berts, Llanelian, presided over a fairly lull house. Mr Eivion Jones, organist of Christ Church, Llandudno, adjudicated upon the music, and opened the proceedings with the Hallelujah Chorus upon, the organ.. The Rev. W. Williams, Colwyn Bay, was the litexary adjudicator and the accompanist was Mr R. W. Williams, The Emporium. Solos and pen- i,lildon were rendered by Mr. D. Jones and Mr W. Bryn Roberts. The following were the winners of the various competitions —Juve- nile recitation, Lizzie Roberts, Winnie Jones, and Maggie Jones, Colwyn Juvenile choir^ "Mordaith bywyd" (Dr. J. Parry), Ebenezer Band' of Hope Choir, under the leadership of Mr Robert Jones. Challenge recitation, Mr David John Moss, Colwyn, and Mr J. Hughes, Colwyn Bay. Challenge solo, Mr Tom Morris, Colwyn. Essay on The last hours of Jesus," Mrs D. E. Jones, Arfonia.. Quartette, Penmaen Party. Stanza, The Aeroplane," Mr E. Owen Colwyn Bay. The secretary was Mrs Roberts,' Avondale, and the treasurer, Mrs T. C. Davies', Bethafen., who deserve much credit for their efforts to make the society a success.

IYSBYTTY IFAN.

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