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GLANCONWAY. SEWING CLASS.—The sewing class met for thA first time this session on Tuesday afternoon at Bron Llan, when there was a good attendance of members. PERSONAL.—Miss Mary Jones, daughter of the parish clerk, who has been undergoing an operation in Liverpool, is rapidly recovering, and is expected home this week. "HARVEST HOME" SERVICES. Yesterday and to-day (Thursday) thanksgiving services are being held in the various places of worship. The first of the meetings was held in the Parish Church on Tuesday evening, when the Rev. James Davies, M.A., Liverpool, preached an eloquent sermon to an overflowing congregation. The service was fully choral, and the singing was most effective. Miss G. Lewis presided at the organ. The sacred edifice was tastefully decorated, under the superintendence of the following ladies': —Miss Brittain, Brynygynog; Mrs Rogers Jones, Rhianfa; Mrs Malek, Mrs Clough, Miss Bertha Jones, Misses Hughes, Ty Isa; Miss Bebb. On Wednesday the services were:—Ten a.m., Holy Communion three p.m., English service; and six p.m., Welsh evensong. Prayer meetings are held throughout to-day at the various Nonconformist places of worship. DEATH OF A WELL-KNOWN RESIDENT. On Saturday the interment of the late Miss Catherine Williams, Eagles Shop, Glan Conway, took placc at the Parish Churchyard. The de- ceased, who was well-known and much esteemed in the locality, was the youngest daughter of the late Mr W. G. Williams, Eagles Shop. For some years she had been in indifferent health, and she passed away on Wednesday week. During the whole of her lifetime she had been a faithful member of Bryn Ebenezer Calvinistic Chapel, and a generous supporter in all things pertaining to the advancement of the cause." As a neigh- bour and friend she had gamed the esteem and respect of all, and her death is a distinct loss to the little village. The Rev. R. Williams, M.A., pastor of Bryn Ebenezer, conducted a short and impressive ser- vice at the house, and after two hymns were sun" the mournful cortege wended its way to the graveside, where the Rev. B. D. Harris, Ffordd- las, read a portion of Scripture. Subsequently Mr Evan Jones, an old and esteemed friend of the family, prayed in fervent terms. After the singing of a hymn the Rev. R. Williams offered a prayer. The chief mourners were:—Messrs W. G. Wil- liams, Llandudno; H. Williams, Colwyn; Edward Williams, Barrow; Alfred Williams, Llangefni; J. Williams (brothers); Mrs Hughes, Kendal (sister); Mr Lewis, London (brother-in-law); Mrs Jones, Rhyl (aunt); Mrs Owen, Bangor (cousin); the Misses Hughes, Jones, Williams (nieces), Miss Bessie Williams and Miss Jones, Glan Conway.

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