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DOLGELLEY. SUCCESS.—The success is announced of Mr Robt Pagh Arran road, of the town, who has successfully passed his final examination for master mariner's certifica te. SERVICES.—Last Sunday the services at the local chapel were conducted as follows: Salem, Rev Evan Roberts; Bethel, Rev R Morris; Tabernacle, Rev W Parri Huws; Ebenezer, Cadvan Davies; Judah, Rev R G Roberts; English Congregational, H N Henderson; English Methodist. Rev Myrddin Rees, Pwllheli. WATCHMGHT. —The annual watehnight was held at the Wesleyan Chupel ou New Yoar's eve. Although the attendance was perhaps not as large as usual, the building was well filled. The chair was taken by tne pastor, the Rev D Thomas, while the proceedings were ably conducted by the Rev W Parri Huws, B.D., who recited some original engleyniou suitable to the occasion. The fallowing programme was lendered, all the artistes giving a very good account of them- selves: Ton gy nulleidfaol, Emyn 1, Gweddi Agoriadol; address, Chairman; chorus, Beth yw'r Udgorn," Cor Ebenezer; solo, Lleuad Dlos," Mr G Jones (Gutyn Eivion) Rong," Gyda'r Wawr," Miss L C Meredith; soug, Y Bugail," Mr W Roberts; solo, I will extol Thee" (encored), Mrs Eivion Jones; trio, Duw bydd drugarog," Mr and Mrs Eivion Jones and Mr H M Ellis song, "Y Gardotes Fach," Miss May Williams; duet, Mae Cymru'n barod ar yr Wys" (encored), Messrs W Roberts and H M Ellis; hymn tune, Sandon song, Y Dyddiau Gynt," Mrs Eivion Jones Bong," Dream of Paradise," Mr H M Ellis; duet, I. Canaf i'r Arglwydd," [Mr and Mrs Eivion Jones; song, "Bwthvm "y Amddifad," Miss Bertha Jones: chorus," Yr udgorn a gan," Cor Ebenezer; song, My hope is in the everlasting," Mr G Jones (Gutyn Eivion) song. Pwy sy'n myn'd i'w fagu ef, Mrs Evion Jones: hymn tune, Crugybar." Messrs John Roberts and D R Meredith ably acted as accompanists. PRESENTATION.—A short time ago a movement was set on foot, the object of which wad to suitably mark the departure of Mr H R Jones, of the office of Mr J Charles Hughes, who recently secured a good appointment in London. During his stay in Dolgelley of 14 years, Mr Jones assisted in every deserving cause, and his friends felt that he should not be allowed to leave the town, without the opportunity being taken of showing their apprecia- tion of his many services. With this object Messrs D G Wake. Williams and J Fitchard were appointed secretaries of the movement, with Mr T H Roberts as treasurer, and on Monday evening a complimen- tary banquet was held at the Ange o e a excellent repast kad been provided. Those present were Messrs T H Roberts, R Jones-Griffith, J S Fitchard, E Arthur William?, Meirion Davies, D G Wake-Williams, R Norbury Bickna l, Rodgers, H R Lloyd, Ed Griffiths (Brynadda), Edward Williams (Llew Meirion), W M Griffith, Mns Bac, Haydn Bevan, D K Moore, Dr Robt Jones. R Guthrie Jones, R Cattermole, and 0 0 Roberts. Mr T H Roberts in the chair. After- songs had been rendered by Messrs R Jones Griffiths, J S Fitchard, and E Arthur Williams, the Chairman in a brief but happy speech handed over the presenta- tion which consisted of a handsome album and a parse of gold. Mr Meirion Davies then rendered a song in capital style, after which Mr H R Jones suitably responded, expressiug his grateful thanks for the gifts and the feelings of warm friendship which they represented. A recitation by Mr Guthrie Jones followed and songs were rendered by Meisrs Edward Williams, H R Lloyd (N. and P Bank), R Jones Griffiths, S«rgt-Instructor Cox, and a very memorable and enjoyable evening was • —to a close with a song by Mr Meirion