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BETTWSYCOED. WEATHER OBSERVATIONS AT BETTWSYCOED. For the week ending Saturday, Nov. 5th.— Mean Maximum (in Shade). 48'2 Mean Minimum (in Shade) 35"7 Highest in Shade 56 Lowest in Snaae 30 Maximum in the Sun — Lowest on the grass -30 Bright Sunshine 16 2 hrs. Mean amount of Cloud.. 60 percent. ,1 uoserver—DR. HUGH WATSON rox. PERSONAL.—We are pleased to report | further progress towards recovery in the condition of Mr. R. Parry, J.P. He is now allowed to leave his bed daily, and is gardu- ally gaining in strength. WAIFS AND STRAYS.—This was the subject of a lecture delivered on Thursday at the Girl's School by Miss Arnold. The chair was occupied by the Vicar, the Rev. R. M. Jones. In addition to the lecture statistics of the society's work was given by the Secretary for North Wales, the Rev. Philip Rees, and a collection was taken. On the motion of Mr. W. E. Jones, seconded by Mr. Rolands, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded Miss Arnold for her kindness in delivering the lecture. TEMPERANCE. A meeting of the Women's Temperance Society was held at the Brynmawr School on Thursday evening, Mrs. Parry, Brynderwen, presiding. The opening exercises were performed by Miss Edith Roberts, De Eresby House, after which a reading was given by Miss Jones, l-rondeg, followed by a solo by Miss Katie Jones, Glan'rafon, and a recitation by Miss Eunice Thomas, Glan'rafon, an account of the recent Conference held at Penygroes was given by the President and Miss Jones. A special hymn was sung in memoriam to the late Miss Davies, Green Oak, an old and faithful member. SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETING.— The Sunday School meeting in connection with Brynniawr and Elin Chapels was held on Sunday, when delegates attended from the various chapels within the district. The President was Mr. David Hughes, Rhyd-y- Meirch, at the morning meeting. A chapter from Scripture was recited by Miss Katie Rogers Griffin, and several pieces were sung by the children, conducted by Mr. Albert Jones. The juveniles were catechised by the Rev. T. James, Penmachno. A discus- sion relative to the Sunday School was taken part in by several of the elder members, and the meeting was terminated by Mr. Rees Jones, Ebenezer. The afternoon meeting was opened by Mr. John Jones, Capel Garmon, after which the middle class was catechised, followed by a report by both superintendents on the work, number of the schools, etc. Two anthems were sung. The evening meeting was devoted to the catechis- ing of the elder scholars. FOOTBALL.—An attractive football match will be played at the Royal Oak Park on Saturday between the Bettwsvcoed cup team and the Old Brigade.



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