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DOLGELLiSY. WESLEY GUILD.-At the last gathering on Friday evening last the members sat down to a repast provided by the lady members of the Guild. Pre- siding at the latter were Mrs Jones (Wesley House), Mrs Williams, and Miss Evans (Maesyffynon\ Mrs Meredith (Llys Meirion), Miss Jones (5, Mount- street), Miss Barnett (Maesyffynon), and others. A miscellaneous programme, consisting of music, recitations, &o., followed. SCHOOL BOARD.—The monthly meeting was held on Thursday, there being present Messrs W Hughes (chairman), R Williams, John Price, E W Evans, John Lloyd, Revs John Williams, T Llewelyn Wil- liams, with Mr R Jones Griffith (clerk), Mr W T Lloyd (assistant).- The Board agreed that the meeting to distribute prizes at Brithdir School should take place on Monday the 26th inst.—The report of the Attendance Officer (Mr Ellis Williams) was adopted.-The question of the staff at the girls school was left to the Rev John Williams and Mr E W Evans to report thereon.-The appointment of school cleaner for the Brithdir School was left in the hauds of the Rev Llewelyn Williams and Mr John Price. T he Visiting Committee for the ensuing month will be Town Schools The Rev John Williams, Mr E W Evans; Islaw'rdref: The Rev Llewelyn Williams and R Williams; Brithdir: The Rev Llewelyn Williams and John Price.-It was agreed to defer the consideration of the question regarding pupil teachers' instruction until the next meeting.-The Chairman and Mr R Williams were appointed to visit the evening continuation school. FUNERALS.—The remains of the late Mr Samuel DaviEs, Cnxton Buildings, were interred in St. Mary's Churchyard last Saturday afternoon, and were carried out, in pursuance of the special wish of the deceased, under the new Burial Act. A short service was held previously at the Wesleyan Chapel, of which deceased had been a faithful member fo many years. The Revs Peter Jones (minister), E Owen (Llanbedr), Evan Roberts, and J Williams, B.A., oRiciated.—On Monday the remains of the late Mr Richard Williams, Waterloo, were interred at Salem C. M. Chapel, the Revs J Williams, B.A. (minister), E Roberts, and Hugh Roberts, officiating. Deceased for years was a faithful member and deacon at Salem Chapel.—The mortal remains of the late Mr Richard Humphreys, Arran-road, were laid to rest also last Monday at St Mary's Church- yard, the Rev J Lloyd (Rector) officiating. The deceased, who had a painful illness, was but 35 years of age, and leaves a widow aud children to uioui a his sad and unexpected icss.