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,ave ABERDOVEY. ',lie collee. tions at tiie ,-ervices were in a.d oi the funds of the National School and amounted to fj4 lis Id. SHII'TIM;.—The Russian barquantine George arrived last w. ek from Shcrbrooke, New Bruns- wick. with a eargo of sptoice deals for MrChidlaw Roberts, timber merchant. HERRINGS.—On Tuesday morning the fishin1 boats "Black Prince" and "Dewdrop came lu with catches of two hundred each of fine herrings. u Tuos 1 iy eight, but did not nets, the wind being unfavour- able. W. presided at. the temperance meeting at, the Assembly Rooms on Sunday night. Addresses were given by Mr J. M. Edwards (Barmouth), Mr 8. Davits (Swans-a), and others. Mr Richard Griffiths was elected chairman of the meetings for tiie ensuing month, WELSH GOLFING TJNHIN. — Ihis week the town is full of golfers attending the fourth cnampionship meeting of the above Union. At a meeting of delegates it was decided to hold nexr year's meet- ing at Conway. Colonel Mainwaring, Rhyl, was re-elected chairman; MrJ. M. Howell, Aberdovey, treasurer and Dr Collins, Cardiff, honorary secre- tary. PRESENTATION. —The Rev R. Garret" Roberts preached his farewell sermon at the Wesleyan Chapel on Tuesday evening, August 30th. At the close a meeting was hel.) when the reverend gentle- man was the recipient of two presentations. Mrs Harries, Prospect place, on beha!f ol the Church, presented him wiin a handsome marble timepiece for his successful efforts to clear the chapel debt and four volumes were presented to him by the inhabitants of Morfa-baeh district for the numerous services held by him at their houses during his stay at Aberdovey. Mr E. L. Rowlands, J.P., presided and addresses were also given by Messrs G. Owen, R. Griffith, and D. Jones. The speakers wished him and Mrs Roberts success and happine"c. in his new circuit, Pwllheli.