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BARMOUTH. ALTERATIONS are now being carried oat at the Wesleyan Chapel, where a new organ is bemg fixed. In the meantime the services are held at the Board School. TEMPERANCE.—The united temperance meeting was held at the Welsh Congregational Chapel, ttDder J;he. Barmouth Union Ga Monday Rev Arberth Evans.—The weekly meeting of St. David's Church was held on Wednesday under the presidency of Mr Lewis Jones, when n lecture was delivered by the Rector. BILLIARDS.—The annual billiard handicap in connection with the Sailors' Institute came to an end last week. The first prize in the senior com- petition was secured by Mr Evan Richards, and the second by Mr J Ellis Morris. In the junior the first proved to be Mr Wynne Griffith and the second Mr Owen T Morris. BAPTIST CHAFEL.—The net proceeds of the com- petitive meeting, held on Boxing night, in aid of the funds of the above chapel, reached the sum of £ 11 after paying all the expenses. EDUCATIONAL.-Our Barmouth readers will be pleased to heir of the success of a Barmouth schoolmaster, Mr David T Jones, at his school, Gellywen, St Clears, Carmarthenshire. In the report for 1900, the examiner states :—This school is adma-ably conducted and taught. The Inspector fw 1901 (not the same. one) says:—This school is exceedingly well taught under many difficulties.— Mr Jones was apprenticed at the Barmouth Board School. WJESLEYAN LITERARY SOCIETY. — The weekly meeting of the above was held on Thursday even- ing, under the presidency of the Rev Cadvan Davies, when an interesting paper was read on Selections from the biography of the late Rev W Ambrose, Portmadoc," by Mr John Lloyd, Glan- ywerydd terrace. During the evening a duet was rendered by Miss L M Jone3 and W Owen Griffith. BAKUOUTH AND DYFFRYN DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION.—The report for the fifth year of this association has nothing but steady progress to record. Happily there have been no changes, nor difficulties of any kind, and Nurse Jones is still carrying on her excellent work in the quiet, cheerful and con- scientious manner with which we nave all become familiar. The district has been singularly free f om severe sickness among the class of patients who most need our Nurge's services, and the number of new cases is les3 than last year, but the number of visits paid much larger. There have been 68 new cases, and Nurse has paid 1,671 visits. Among the more serious cases have been pleurisy 5, para.lysis 5, bronchitis 5, peritonitis 1, mental 2, eczem> 2, and erysipelas 1. The Reserve Fund with acOUtnuIated interest now amounts to £7.314s 7d and is placed on deposit, so that in case of emergency sum could be withdrawn at short notice.






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