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PWLLHELI. ST. PETER'S MUSICAL FESTIVAL.—This festival was held on Friday at St. Peter's Church and was most popular. Sermons were preached in the evening in the same place. EXCGRSIONISTs.-1he members of the girls' friendly societies from Portmadoc and Criccieth and a Sunday school from Bow Street, near Aber- ystwyth, paid a visit to Pwllheli on Wednesday and returned having enjoyed themselves very much. OBITUARY.—Mrs Hawkins, an old resident, and Mr John Evans of Penlan-street both passed away last week after long illnesses. The former was buried on Saturday and the latter on Tuesday at Denio Churchyard, the Vicar officiating. PICNIC.—The members of the Literary Society of St. Peter's Church journeyed to Madryn on Mon- day, June 19th, in conveyances. There was a picnic and sports. The day was fine and the outing passed off most satisfactorily. STORM.—A severe storm, accompanied by thunder and lightning, passed over Lleyn on Tues- day. The lightning was very vivid. Hailstones of the size of marbles fell and rain caaie down in torrents. No casualties are reported. EDERN.—On Friday last, the Calvinistic Methodists opened their new chapel Edern, when special sermons were preached to large con- gregations by the Revs David Williams of Lian- wrda, Samuel T. Jones of Rhyl, and John Hughes, M.A., of Liverpool. UNITED SUNDAY SCHOOL TRIP,—The united Sun- day schools of Salem, Penlan, and Zion Chapels organised a trip by special train to Llangollen on Monday, June 19th, starting at seven a.m. and returning at 10-15 p.m. About 600 persons went. The day was fine and the trippers enjoyed them- selves very much. SUNDAY SCHOOL FESTIVAL. —The M.C. Sunday school festival was held at Penmount Church on Thursday, June 15th. The presidents were Mr James Griffith and Mr William Jones catechisers, Rev John Moses Jones, Dinas, and Alun T. Jones, Brynrefail; musical conductor, Mr D. Jenkins, Mus. Bac. (Cantab), Aberystwyth accompanists, Misses Winnie Jones, S. J. Richards, Maggie Griffith, and Mr Henry R. Jones, Pwllhelli; and secretary, Mr W. W. Jones, Four Crosses. The meetings were held at 1-30 and 5-30 p.m., when lengthy programmes were gone through. The meetings, which were well attended by the members of the district schools, were a great success.


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