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LLANGERNYW. THAXKf-GU VING SKKVICES.- -The difcront denominations in the district held their annual thanksgiving meetings on Friday. Special ser- mons were delivered at the Parish Church, while the Baptists and Calvinistic Methodists held prayer meetings. AINON (B.) CHAPEL.—The annual preach- ing meetings of the Ainon congregation were neld on Tuesday night and Wednesday last, when Revs. Morgan Jones and Evan Williams, both from South Wales, officiated. SCHOLASTIC.—Out of three candidates in the fmal selection, the Denbighshire Education Com- mittee last week appointed Mr Daniel G. Jones, of Blaenau Festiniog, to the headmastership of Pandy Tudur Council School, with a salary of £ 90 and house. PERSONAL.—Professor Henry Jones. M.A., Ll.D., Glasgow, paid a flying visit on Friday to his native place, on his way from attending the burial of Professor Edward Catrd, Oxford, his predecessor in the Chair of Philosophy at Glas- gow University. TESTIMONIALS.—By a curious coincidence, two rutin os of Llangernyw during the last few days have been presented with testimonials, both having served in their respective spheres for a period of 40 years. One is Mr Wm. Thomas (a native of Llangernyw), schoolmaster at Ponty- beren, South Wales, on his completing a record period of service ii-I th the South Waiiaris, while on Monday night the Rev. H. Cernyw Williams (B.), Cor wen, was presented with a testimonial on completing 40 years of active service in the ministry. The chairman of the meeting at Cor- wen was the Rev. W. G. Owen (Llifon). Ad- dresses were given by the Revs. J. H. Hughes, Manchester David Powell, Liverpool; E. K. Jones, Brymbo, and P. Williams (Pedr Hir), Boot1". besides local niinist ers. HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICES wore held in the Parish Church to-day wick a.nd on Friday. The services were as fcflow:- Thursday evening, in Welsh, the Rev. 0. G. Pritehard, Capel Gatrmon, preached; Friday, 8.15 £ .m., HoJv Commtmion; 10.30, Welsh -,er- viec and sermon, preacher, the Vicar of Capel Gannon; English services at 3 p.m., when the Rev. J. Thomson Jones, of Towyn, preached, and elsh service at 7, the preacher being the Rev- R. William, of Lianbedr. The Rectors of r, Llanr-annan, and Trofarth, also assis- ted at the services. Tlij congregations were large, and the singing of the choir, under the condtictor. hip of Mr H. Barnwell, was excellent. Miss K. Jones, The Cottage, accompanied effi- ciently. Tho church was tastefully decorated ho Mr W. and his assistants from Hafod- iinos Gardens. The offertories during the fes- tival were in aid of the Diocesan Societies.

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