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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. The Marquis of Anglesey has purchased ,the mansion of I'las Llanfair, Anglesey. Lord Penrhyn on Friday arrived at Pen- rhyn Castle from Scotland. Lord Harlech, Lady Harlech, and Mr. Ormsby-Gore, M.P., have been staying for a few days at Glyn. An official of the South Kensington Museum has offered ^250 for four oak carvings of Scriptural figures in the Bangor Corporation Estate. The dea'th has occurred at the port of Rufisque, West Africa, of Captain Lewis Jones, commander of the Elder Dempster steamer Prahsu. Captain Jones, whose age was 39 years, was a native of Aberdovey. William Evans, a Welsh giant, was porter to Charles the First, and had as fellow-ser- vant one Jeffrey Hudson, a dwarf. At a masque at Court the giant drew out of his pocket the dwarf, to the great amazement of the King and his guests The Rev. R. Prys Owen, pastor of the New Broughton Calvinistic Methodist Church, near Wrexham, has accepted an invitation to become minister of the Llangefni Calvin- istic Methodist Church, Anglesey, and will enter upon his duties there at the beginning of the new year. Mrs. Margaret Hughes, of Birkdale, South- port, has been appointed chief mistress at the Llangollen County School out of fiftv-six applicants. Mrs. Hughes—then Miss Hyslop —was one of the original staff of the school on its formation. Mr. T. P. O'Connor, M.P., has promised to deliver an address to the Bangor Univers- ity College Debating Society on the 24th of March. The Bangor Liberal Association have seized the opportunity to ask him to address a Liberal meeting in the town after- wards. The Association have also asked Mr. John, of Llanidan Hall, Anglesey, to deliver an address on Federal Home Rule. -¥- n The death took place at Prestatyn early on Saturday of Mr. Millward, in his 90th year. Mi. Millward was formerly in business as a draper in Abergele, and was one of the two remaining members of the coroner's jury who sat at the inquiry into the terrible acci- dent at Abergele in 1868, when the Irish mail was set on fire through colliding with a goods train containing barrels of petroleum Mr. Eric Robinson, who was for some years a pupil at Alun County School, has been recommended by the Colonial Secretary to a post in the Malay Federated States forest Service. The salary attached to the post is £OO, rising by regular increments to £8-+°, with a possibility of reaching £1,200 per annum. Before going abroad Mr. Robinson will be attached to Oxford Uni- versity for two years to undergo a course in forestry. Mr. Robinson is a B.Sc. of Wales, and he received his University training at Bangor. At a meeting of church members of Beth- e-ida Calvinistic Methodist Church, Mold, on Sunday, it was decided to give a unanimous call to the Rev. Griffith Parry Williams, of Pontypridd, South Wales, to become the pastor of the church. Mr. Williams has been at Pontypridd about eight years, and prior to that he was Professor of Hebrew and Greek at Trevecca College. The new Moderator of the North Wales C.M. Assembly is the Rev. John Williams. Educated at Bala Colloge, he was for five years headmaster of the Clynnog Prepara- tory School, and subsequently, for 15 years, he had the pastoral charge of Tabernacle Church, Bangor. In 1895 he removed to Holyhead to take charge of the largest Meth- odist church in Anglesey.




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