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| T DIN AS MAWDDWY. I SUNDAY SCHOOL MUSICAL FESTIVAL. ^ho'1-3 *:rea'; was enjoyed by the several hundreds I the" In their Sunday clothes, were seen wending t}ie ^ay on the evening of Thursday and during °^e Friday, May 28th ond 29th, to the old it|je 8 Church of Tydecho at Slaliwyd. They were tk ^^bers of th<? Church Sunday Schools of y^awddwy, Slinllyn, and Slaliwyd. On ^li\. -v evening an impressive sermon was I bej|J.ered by Rev. J. R. Roberts, Rector of Garth- I ^°l)p0' youngest son of the late Cation FOR rts (Elis Wyn o Wyrfai) —A man whom Wales I taxations to come will honour as one of the itlggoltest and most worthy of her sons. The meet- 1181) n Friday morning consisted, in addition to the service, in catechising the children in the 7th *^ilf I c'iaP,"ers °f Rhodd Mam," which was Cue, ? ^one by Rev. T. D. James, of Llanfair- ^0^eini°n. At the afternoon meeting Rev. J. R. 'bil:l't, of Garthbeibio, displayed considerable Ity in eliciting happy discussions and answers Points in St. John iii, 1-14; and in the I 1le:lng another eloquent sermon was delivered by thr .1'. D. JamEs, of Llanfair. The services at- the 11. e 5neetings on Friday were intoned by Rev. J, whilst the united choirs of the three 8 rendered, with praiseworthy spirit, several of and anthems, under the able eonductorship A- C. Davies, Dinas Mawddwv. Mr Davies who, in spite of his modest and retirin Co^ion, is fast coming into prominence as g onSltlon, is fast coming into prominence as g JfiQpj^or, adjudicator, and composer, and has done ^0 footer musical taste amongst his acquain- W?- Ihe meeting, being the iifth of its kind 911it In the district, was in every way a success— °lic|- a c°nibinaticn of spiritual worship and Stf^y niaking. Through the kindness of Sir SCJJQ Buckley, the members of the Minllyn J>ict entertained their friends in the historic and 6Sc'CIe summer residence called Bryn Cleifion te], e.re> as some of our local authorities persist in I lojj„ lng> the battle of Camlan was fought long, s a*o.

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LLANFAIR.

OSWESTRY.

POOL QUAY.

! WHITTINGTON.

I ELLESMERE. I

I PARLIAMENTAEY.

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