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DOL3ELLEY. VISITORS to Dolgelley should not fail to inspect the display of Clocks, Watches and Jewellery, on the premises of Williams Bros, Eldoa Square, where the Dolgelley Challenge Cup and Medals can also be seen. [Advt. OBITUARY.—The death occurred on Christmas- day of Mr Evan Pugh, gardener, Pendref Chapel House, of this town. The deceased, who was only 43 years of age, was much esteemed in the district and great sympathy is felt with the family. THE FRIENDLY SOCIETIEs.-At the meetings of the societies, which have been held during the past few days, all have pledged themselves to support the new doctor, who started on his work yesterday, which is the commencement of the societies' year for one of the clubs. Dr Pritchard will begin with the others on the 1st of March. SERVICES.—The following were the preachers at the various chapels on Sunday The Tabernacle, Rev W Parri Huws, B.D.; English Congregational, Rev H N Henderson; Salem (C.M.) Rev R H Watkins, Bryncrug; Bethel (C.M.) Rev E Roberts; English Methodist, Rev R Morris, M.A., B.D.; Ebenezer (Wesleyan) Mr Peter Williams, morning, and Mr W M Jones, evening; Judah (Baptist) Rev R G Roberts. PRESENTATION.—On Friday, 27th ult, a repre- sentative body of teachers in the distriet met at the Criterion Restaurant to present Miss Pritchard with a token of their high esteem and regard for her on the occasion of her recent marriage. During her long connection with school work the recipient was always painstaking and successful. In the infants' department, where she was employed, she was presented with a silver service by the children and staff, in addition to the testimonial given by the teachers. CHRISTMAS MEETINGS. — Competitive meetings were held at nearly all the chapels here on Christ- mas-day. At Salem the Rev John Williams, B.A., presided over a large and successful gathering, where a very interesting meeting was held.—At Bethel Chapel a similar meeting was held in the evening. The ^president was Mr R Brodie, and Mr Harvey Jones acted as leader, and a good meeting was the result.-At the Congregational Chapel the meeting was presided over by Mr W Hughes, Penrallt House, and led by Mr Richard Humphreys. At the Baptist meeting the Rev R G Roberts presided and Mr E Wynne Williams led.- I The Wesleyans also had a successful meeting.- Altogether Dolgelley fblk were well provided in this direction. WEDDING.-An interesting event took place on Thursday, the 26th ult., at the English Presbyterian Church, when Mr William David Pugh, of Bir- mingham, late of Dolgelly, acd Miss Maggie Pritchard, for many years infant mistress at the school in this town, were married. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Richard Morris, M.A., B.D., pastor of the church, assisted by the Rev David Thomas (W), in the presence of Mr Tom Parry, registrar. Mr Richard Barnett, a prominent member of the School Board, acted as best man while the Misses Maggie Davies, Katie Pierce, and Annie Pugh acted as bridsmaids. The chapel was ftlled to overflowing by well-wishing friends. Miss Blodyven Williams ably officiated at the organ, and the happy pair left the building to the strains of the Wedding March, and aplentiful supply of rice and confetti greeted them. Mr and Mr* 1 ugh left for Birmingham later in the day. The presents were numerous and costly, one worthy of notice being a silver tea service, presented by her fellow-teachers and the school children, who during; the afternoon were provided with a plentiful tea. in honour of the event.

BARMOUTH.

CORRIS.

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