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ABERYSTWYTH.

THE ROYAL VISIT TO ABERYSTWYTH.

DOWNIE'S BEQUEST COMMITTEE.

BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

ABERDOVEY.

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ABERDOVEY. (Continued from page 3.) DISTRICT COUNCIL COMMITTEE. On Fridav evening a meeting of the Aberdovey Committee of the Council was held in the bstitntion. Present Mr. W. Jones Hughes, chairman, Captain Enoch Lewis, Messrs. E. L. Rowlands, J. M. Howeil, P. H. Hughes, surveyor, E. Williams, inspector, and It. p. Morgan, clerk cf works. The resolution passed at the public meeting was read and considered. The surveyor and clerk of the works guaranteed to the members that the work would be carried out in 9 days or less, also that it was advisable to make the connections at the same time. On the proposition of Mr. E. L. Rowlands, seconded by Mr. J. M. Howell, and suppoited by the chairman, it was re- solved that the works be commenced forthwith as formerly resolved by the council held the previous Tuesday, also to renew the surface water drain in Church street for about 100 yards and connect all the existing drains to the new sewer as going on to save further opening the streets, and to tempor- ary connect new sewers to existing drain in New street. At the time of writing after three days work it appears that the entire street will be com- pleted in less than 9 days as guaranteed by the surveyor and the clerk of the works. This is in addition to other considerable extra work in the street in laying surface water drains and about 90 yards extra sewer to connect up to the new Syndi- cate Houses. LLANFIHANGEL GENEU'GLYN. CHURCH SERVICFs.-Tlie anniversary services were held on Tuesday evening and Wednesday of last week. On Tuesday evening the preachers were Rev D. G. Phillips, vicar of Capel Colman, and Rev D. Worthington, vicar of Llangeitho, the service being read by Rev J. Davies. On Wednesday morning an early celebration, Rev E. Evans, vicar, officating. At 10.30 Rev Mr Phillips intoned the service, which was fully choral. Rev Eben Jones, Llanbadarn Fawr, preached in English, and Rev J. W. Roberts Felinfoed, in Welsh. In the after- noon Rev D. Worthington preached in Welsh, the Litany being intoned by Rev Eben Jones. In the evening Rev Tudor Evans intoned the service, and sermons were preached by Rev Mr Phillips and Mr Roberts. The sermons were good, and the congregations were exceptionaliy large, numbers being unable to gain admittance in the evening.

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