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CAERHUN. HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICES were held at St. Mary's Church, Caerhun, on Thursday. In the unavoidable absence of the Vicar, the Rev. D. Price, through the death of his sister, tho services were conducted by the Rev. R. Wil- liams, rector of Llanbedr-yn-Cenin, and the ser- mons were preachcd by the Rev. J. Davies, M.A., vicar of St. David h, Liverpool. The order of services were as fdflows:—10.30 a.m.. celebration of Holy Communion; three p.m., evensong and sermon (English); seven p.m., evensong and ser- mon (Welsh). The church was full to overflow- ing. Miss Roberts, Maescastell, and Miss Da- vies, Red Lion Hotel, very ably presided at the harmonium. The church was beautifully de- corated by tho following ladies:—Mrs Gee, Caer- nun Hall; Mrs Edwards, Coedmawr; Miss Bra- zil,I< fynon Pedr; Mrs Williamson,Bryntirion Mrs Price, The Vicarage; Miss Williams, Tan-y-Bryn. Gifts of fruit and llowers were also received from Mrs Norton, Penrhnvardwr; Miss Taylor, Ger- lan; Mrs Turner, Groe; Mrs Roberts, Maes- castell Mrs R. Nick.;on, Cefn; Mrs Parry-Jones, Cefn; and Mrs Fisher, Doierwm.

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