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ABERDOVEY. ONE Hundred Pounds ( £ 100) worth of Gentle- men's Woollen Underclothing to be cleared at reduced prices, also several hundreds of men's Cardigans, Umbrellas, Hats, Caps, &c., &c. R. 0. Richards, Tailor and Outfitter. fAdvt.] The Rev J. O. Thomas, M.A., as well as the Rev J. Glyn Davies have declined the invitation of the Calvinistic Methodist Sunday School Committee to prepare the text books for the new divisions, and the Rev J. Williams, B.A, Dolgelley, and Mr Thos. Owen, Aberystwyth, have been appointed to do the work. REWARD FOR BRAVERY. The Royal Humane Society has decided to award a medal to the young man Richards, who saved the life of a visitor's little girl in August last. Considerable disappointment is felt that the other young man who also rendered great assistance was not recognised. SALE.—On Tuesday and Wednesday Mr E. H. Daniel, of the firm of Daniel, Son, and Meredith, Aberystwyth, offered for sale the household furni- ture and other effects of the Marine Private Hotel. The sale was largely attended and very successful. WESLEYAN FOREIGN MISSION. On Monday evening, at the Wesleyan Chapel, a meeting to support the foreign mission was held. Mr E L. Rowlands occupied the chair. Addresses were delivered by the Rev. R. Jones (Towyn) and the Rev. R. Garrett Roberts (Aberdovey). The collectors for the present season are: Mrs A. Rowlands and Miss A. Roberts, Miss J. E. Jones and Miss Davies. VISIT OF A FAMOUS PREACHER,-Dr Oweu Evans of London, and lately of Llanbrynmair, paid a visit to the town, and preached at the Independent Chapel on Friday evening. On Monday evening he also preached to a large congregation at the Bethesda Chapel, Towyn, BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY.—The Rev D. Charles Edwards, the deputation from the parent society, visited this town last week. The chair was occupied by Mr W. Jones, and addresses were delivered by the Revs J. O. Thomas, Garrett Huberts, and D. C. Edwards. The balance sheet showed that last year a sum of X22 10s 7d was collected. The officers are as follows :— President, Mr J. Hughes Jones, J.P.; secretary, Mr Evans; treasurer, Mr Griffith Owen; depository, Mr G. Williams; auditors, Messrs W. Jones and W. Eves. The following have been elected collectors for the present year:—Western district, Mrs Pugh and Miss Owen, Pier House. Central district, Misb Lewis and Miss Vaughan. Eastern district, Mrs Tomlins and Miss Clayton. Cefnrhosisa, Mrs Lewis Roberts and Mrs Davies. Lower part, Mrs C. Lewis and Mrs M. Jones. HARVEST THANKSGIVING.—These services were held at the Church on Friday last. The services throughout were most hearty, the choir doing their work with much credit. The preachers were the Rev T. Lewis, yicar of Towyn, in the afternoon, English service; and the Rev H. Williams, Corris, in the evening, Welsh service. At the latter ser- vice the church was crowded.





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