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THURSDAY, MARCH I 1TH.

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FRIDAY, MARCH 12TH.

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. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17TH.

ABERGELE.

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ABERGELE. TEA PARTY AND LECTURE. A successful Tea Party was held at the C.M. Schoolroom on Wednesday afternoon last week. In the evening, Mr. Goroiiwy Jones, Prestatyn, delivered his lecture describing a recent visit to Egypt, to a good audience. The lecture was much appreciated and a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Mr. Jones at the close of the proceedings. ELECTION. There are three candidates for the two seats vacated by Messrs. D. C. Hughes and T. Evans on the Urban District Council. Mr. Hughes does not seek re-election, and Mr. Isaac Roberts will contest the seat on behalf of the Wesleyan Body Mr. T. Evans seeks re-election and Mr. W. T. Mason, Brooklands haR also issued an address. COMPETITIVE MEETING. The Moelfre Wesleyans held two Competitive meetings at St. Paul's Chapel, Abergele, on Thursday last week. The Rev. R. Rowlands presided at the afternoon meeting, and the Rev. G. Wesley Hughes in the evening. Mr. J. Jones, Market Street, conducted, and the secretarial duties were efficiently carried out by Mr. T. Roberts, Llety. Mr. David Owen, Rhyl, acted ai adjudicator on the musical portion of the programme, the Rev. T. O. Jones (Tryfan), Mold, adjudicated the poetical compositions, the presidents the essays, the miscellanous portion of the proceedings being adjudicated by Messrs J. Lloyd Jones, Dinorben, J. R. Ellis, and J. Parry Jones, Abergele. The principal prize- winners were Mr. and Miss Roberts, Hendre- llwynymaen, Mr. Rowlands, Llanfair, Mr. T. Roberts, Llansannan, Messrs T. Roberts and T. Williams, Moelfre, Messrs. W. Jones, and B. Cybi Williams, Abergele.

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