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TREMEIRCHION. HARVEST HOME SERVICES.—The Harvest Home Services in the parish church of Tremeirchion were held on Thursday, Octobor Hth: The morning service commenced at 11 a.m., when prayers were read by the R^v, 1. ^V. Griffith, M.A., curate, and appropriate lessons by the Rev. W. Trevor Parkins, M.A., curate of Wellington. The latter gentleman delivered a powerful and tellmg sermon from Psalms 65,12th, 13th, and 14th verses, which by a coincidence were also the words of the anthem Thou visitest the earth," &c., by Dr Fowle. The day being throughout observed as a holiday by the inhabitants of the parish, the Vicar with his usual and characteristic generosity regaled the school •hildren with tea and cake. Tili kindness was also shown towards the choir, after a. concert in the schoolroom. The choir sang several glees and were assisted by J. Hopkinson, Esq., Dr Lavis, Miss Williams, Glynarthur, the Misses Deery, and Miss Lavis. Miss Oldfield, Brynclwyd, accompanied. The singers previous to the Pea were presented with a nicely framed picture by the Vicar. Before terminating the happy gathering in the schoolroom, the Vicar was presented with a large Welsh Prayer Book for the use of Tre- ¡ meirchion church. Mr Griffiths in a short and appropriate speech explained that the Prayer Book was purchased with the money collected by eight school-children, named Louisa Davies, Anne Hughes, Anne James;' Eliza Davies, Amelia Ellen EllIs, Jane Roberts, Margaret Jane Jones, and Harriett Senoni. The Vicar acknow- ledged in suitable terms the gift. Evening prayers were read by the Rev. T. Evans, Eglwysnewydd, and the sermon was preached by the Rev. Mr Morris, Cwm. Tne church was handsomely and appropriately decorated by the following, ladies: Miss Oldfield, Brynclwyd, the Misses Deery, the Misses Pennant, Nantllys, and Mademoiselle Peggi, while flowers and hothouse plants and grapes were as usual supplied by the Llannerch family.. Flowers were also sent in quantities by Mrs Hopkinson, Brynbella, the Misses Lloyd, Bhualit, and corn by the churchwardens, Messrs Evans and Williams. The English and Welsh anthems were accurately rendered, reflecting great credit on the training of Mt Ellis, who aQQ sang the solo parts.

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