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CAPEL GARMON.

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CAPEL GARMON. PRESENTATION.—An interesting cere- mony took place, on Tuesday evening, when a. meeting was held at the Council School, for the purpose of making a presentation to Mr Owen Owens, Maesgarnedd, who is leaving the district for Patagonia, at an early date. Mr Owen has resided at Maesgarnedd almost the whole of his life, and is extremely popular, and his departure is looked upon as one of the greatest blows the parish has ever suffered. He is the senior deacon at the Calxtinistie Methodist Chapel, and there his family are held in the highest esteenp. The meeting was presided over by the Vicar (the Rev O. G. Prxfeh&rd), and the presenta- tion, which consisted of gold spectacles, a clock, walkh"s stick^nd dressing case, was 'JZ?* hy t £ e ^ev, Njnas Williams, C.M. Minister, who spoke iiMjjgh terms of Mr. Owens, and stjlso did 1b Chairman. On Monday afternoon, Mr Ow<\ entertained the whole of the school chlldren tea at Maes- garnedd.

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