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LLANFYLLIN.

LLANFAIR.

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LLANFAIR. RENT AUDIT.—On Monday the half-yearly rent audit of the Garthllwyd estate was held at the Goat Hotel. The rents were received by Mr Thomas Evans, the agent. Dinner was provided by Mr and Mrs J. B. Jones. The chair was occupied by Mr T. W. Davies, Gelligasson. MUSICAL FESTIVAL.—The Wesleyan denomination held their annual festival, on Wednesday. All the churches in the district being represented. The school children were examined and certificates awarded to the successful members. The afternoon meeting was conducted by Mr Wilfred Jones, Wrex- ham, the accompanist was Mr E. D. Roberts. Tea was provided for the whole ef the Schools. MUSICAL FESTIVAL.—The annual festival in con- nection with the Calvinistic Methodists was held at the Independent Chapel on Tuesday, when the Sun- day School was examined in the afternoon, tea being subsequently provided. The festival took place in the evening, the conductor being Mr E. Dryhurst Roberts and the accompanist, Miss Griffiths, Lower Hall, Meifod. Mr E. D. Roberts was presented with several volumes by the mem- bers of the different choirs on his leaving the neigh- bourhood. WEDDING.—At St. Mary's church a wedding took place between Mr. Robert Davies, Waenyclappia, and Annie, second daughter of the late Timothy Jepson, Esq., of Plasiolyn, both parties being well known in the neighbourhood. There was a large attendance of friends and well-wishers in the church to witness the ceremony, after which a breakfast was given at the bride's home, and later in the day they left for Aberystwyth, where the honeymoon will be spent. A large number of valuable presents were received. DEATH OF THE VICAR. It is with the deepest regret that we have to record the death of Rev T. Jeffrey Jones, Vicar of Llanfair, which took place unexpectedly at 2 a.m. yesterday morning at the age of 66. The deceased bad been suffering from illness for over two years, and for some time he had been unable to attend to his parochial duties. The loss of the deceased will be much felt by the parishioners, by whom he was greatly appreciated for his kind and unassum- ing ways. The funeral will take place on Tuesday at two o'clock, and will be public.

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