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PENNACHNO. OBITUARY. Ihe interment of Mrs. Thomas, Llechwedd Hen, Bala, and former- ly of Bennar Farm, Penmachno, took place at Salem (C.M.) Cemetery, on Thursday, the services being taken by the Revs. T. J. James, Penmachno, and William Jones, Conway. A luge number of friends and relatives attended to pay their last tribute to one of the most kindheartcd ladies that ever lived in the parish. Two of her sons still reside at Penmachno, Mr. Thos. R. Thomas, Hafodwryd, and Mr. D. Thomas, Cae'n-y- Qmn, to whom we extend our deepest sym- pathy.—On Wednesday, Mr. David Hughes, Ty*nycoed uchaf, passed away suddenly as was following his occupation as a wood- 113ft on the Penrhyn Estates, a post he had filled for 50 years. He was 79 years of age. The interment took place on Saturday at the Ysbytty Ifan Parish. Church. The Ret. T. J. James officiating at the house and the Rev- T. Llechid Jones, B.A., Rector of Ysfoytty, at the graveside. He leaves a son and a daughter to mourn his loss. ORGAN RECITAL.—On Saturday an organ recital was given at the Salem (C.M.) Cbapel on the occasion of the opening of the T 1?rgan' built hy Messrs. Wordsworth ~°*> Leeds. The service was presided over by Mr. J. D. Jones, solicitor, Llanrwst, Whilethe organ was in the capable hands of Mr. Caradoc Roberts, Mus. Bac., F.R.C.O., A.R.C.M., L.R.A.M., Rhos. The soloists were Mr. and Mrs. Evan Lewis, Capel Curig, and renderings were given by the choir, con- ducted by Mr. J. E. Roberts, A.C. The secretarial duties were in the hands of Rev. T. J. James and Mr. F. O. Jones, Council School.

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