CORRIS. PERSONAL.—Mr J. R. Dix, the well-known and popular manager of the Corris narrow gauge rail- way, is the subject of an interesting biographical sketch in the last number of Papur Pawb." TEMPERANCE FESTIVAL.—The annual temper- ance festival for this district, which has been held regularly for the past 60 years, took place on Thurs- day last (Ascension Day). The meetings were ably presided over by Mr D. Ifor Jones, the Post Office. The officiating ministers were the Revs Hugh Jones, Bangor, Peter Williams (Pedr Hir), Bootle, and Edmund Griffiths, Liverpool. The proceedings proved a complete success, and it was freely ex- pressed that this year's festival surpassed all its predecessors. At five o'clock the children of the different churches in the neighbourhood formed into one large procession, carrying flags and banners and led by the amalgamated brass bands of Aberllefenni and Corris, marched through all the streets of the town, returning to Rehoboth chapel for the evening meeting. At this meeting a resolution was passed urging on the Government to pass during the present session of Parliament the measure to prohibit the sale of intoxicating drinks to children under 16 years of age, Sunday closing in Monmouthshire, and also to amend the present law for Sunday closing in Wales. It. was also de- cided to send copies of the resolution to Lord Salisbury, Mr Balfour, and Mr O. M. Edwards. It was also resolved that a congratulatory telegram be forwarded to her Majesty the Queen on the attainment of her 81st birthday. i I J&.
The Annual Meeting of the C.M. Sunday Schools of North Cardiganshire. The annual meeting of the Sunday School was held this year at Libanus Chapel, Borth, on Wednesday May 23rd. The Chairman was the Rev. W. Morgan, Fwllglas, Penygarn, the treasurer, Mr Daniel Thomas, Draper, Aberystwyth, and the secretaries, Messrs Thos. Owens, County School, Aberystwyth, and J. Barclay Jenkins. Great Darkgate-street. The morning meeting at 10. a.m. was opened with prayer by the Rev. D. R. Williams, Salem, Aberystwyth, and a large number of representatives were present from the various schools in the district. Messrs A. T. Joseph, Cwmystwyth, and J. Morris, Penllwyn were appointed auditors for the ensuing year. and contributions towards the expenses of the meeting were received by the treasurer from various districts. The following scheme of examination for the next year was then discussed and approved of. The annual written examination is to be held on Wednesday April 3rd, 1901. The first eight chapters of John's Gospel were chosen as the portion of Scripture to be studied by the senior classes during the current year. Senior division for those over 21 years of age. John I-VIII generally, and a silver medal to be awarded to the first, and prizes in books of 10s., 4s., and 2s. 6d., for those coming next on the list. Second division, those between 16 and 21 years of age John I-VIII, historically, with questions on geography and the meaning of words occurring in the history, a silver medal for the first, here also, and prizes in books to the value of 10s., 8s., 6s., 4s. and 2s. for the next in order on the list. Third section, those between 13 and 16 years of age, John I-VI, treated historically, with questions on geography, and the meaning of words occurring in the history, and a silver medal to be awarded to the first in this division also, and prizes in books to the value of 7s., 6s., 5s., 4s., 3s. and 2s for those coming next in order on the list. Fourth Division, for those between 10 and 13 years of age. the History of Jesus Christ, lessons 41-50 (both inclusive), in the '4th standard syllabus published by the S.S. Union, and prepared by the Rev. T. Levi, and a bronze medal to be awarded to the first and prizes in books to the value of 6s., 5s., 4s., 3s., 2s. and Is., to the next in order on the list. Fifth division, for those under 10 years of age, easy question on the same lessons as the fourth division, with a bronze medal to the first, and prizes in books to the val^ 4s., 3s., 2s., and Is., to those coming next in oflfe on the W The following gentlemen were appointed examiners for the various divisions next year, to serve as usual for South Cardiganshire should the arrangements continue. Senior division: Rev. D. K. Williams, Salem. Aberystwyth: Second division, Rev T. M. Jones, Ysbytty. Third division, Rev Isaac Joel, Gosen, Rhydyfelin; fourth and fifth divisions, Mr Joseph Morgan C.M Aberffrwd. The usual arrangements were made in regard to the examinations, in respect to questions, centres, superintendents, and other points relating to the conduct of the examination. The following portions of Scripture were chosen to be learnt by heart, and certificates will be awarded to those learning them as follows. First class, John I-YIII, and Proverbs, XI-XV. Second class, John I-VIII. Third class, John I-IV. The following teachers were appointed to examine the children in the Catechisms, in the various districts. Aberystwyth district Messrs Ll. Jones, Shiloh, Aberystwyth. and R. Jones, Salem, ditto Swyddffynon and Rhydfendigaid district, Messrs John Williams, Borth, and T. Morgan, Ysbytty Cynon district, Mr Richards, Mynach, and Morris Jones, Cagel Afan Penllwyn district Messrs James LV;J.;¡S, Goginan, and Daniel Jones, Madog Tabor district. Messrs Daniel Morris, Carmel; Llanilar, and Rowland Ellis, Moriah Garn district, Messrs David Jenkins, Taliesin, and Win. Morris, Soar, Borth. The Executive Committee is to consist as usual of the Chairman and Secretaries of the various districts, with two other representatives from each district, together with the officers of the annual meeting. Candidates who have passed the highest division of the county examination were urged to prepare for the Connexional Examination next April, for which a gold, silver and bronze medals are given by the General Assembly, the subjects being, (1) John I-VIII., and (2) the Christian Instructor, Chapter X, and prizes in books to the value of 15s 10s and 5s will be awarded to those from North Cardigan who come highest on the list of success- ful candidates?, unless they gain the medals, when these "ill be given to the next in order of merit. The portion of scripture chosen to be studied in the following year was John IX-XXI, and this will also be one of the portions to learnt by heart for that year, viz 1901-2. The names of the successful candidates in the examinations in music in the various districts are to be incorporated with the general report, but the lists must be "ent to the secretaries on or before June 30th.. and the various districts were urged to continue to unite in bringing out a uniform pro- gramme for the ensuing year, and the hope was expressed that the districts which have not yet united will do so this year at any rate, especially in view of the General Assembly which will be held in Aberystwyth in May next year. The secretaries were authorised to get the usual cards containing the work for the ensuing year, printed and sent to the schools as soon as possible. The second conference began at 115 p.m. when the reports of those who had visited and examined the schools in the various districts were given. Aberystwyth District: Messrs J. Thomas, Gosen, and Superintendent Phillips, Shiloh, Aberystwyth; Tabor District: Messrs E. Davies, Rhydlwyd, Lledrod, and John Ellis, Bethel; Penllwyn District: Messrs J. Parry. Tyllwyd, Penllwyn, and T. Jones, Llwyn, Cwmerfin Garn District: Mr Davies, Graig, and Mr Beynon, Soar,-Borth. The various district* were urged to see that the visitation to the schools should combine, an inspection of the general work and organization, as well as catechising the schools in the prepared questions set for the upper sections. The General Superintendent, Rev D. Morgan, Penllwyn, was asked to combine the reports given, and prepare them for publication in one geneial report. The annual statistics were read by Mr J. Barclay Jenkins, which showed that the number of schools was 82, teachers 736, scholars 6,525, total 7,892. Average attendance 4.533, number of verses learnt 60,4736. The Annual Examination—Senior Division: First class 5, 2nd class 2, 3rd class 5; Second Division 1st class 27, 2nd class 25, 3rd class 4; Third Division 1st class 71. 2nd class 73, 3rd class 39; Fourth Division 1st class 55, 2nd class 63, ai d class 66. Learning by heart: 1st class, epistle ot James and Proverbs I-X. 341; 2nd class Proverbs I-X, 141; 3rcl class Epistle of James, or Proverbs I-IV, 381. The Catechisms Mothers gift, 92; Fathers gift and The Holwydoreg, 23; Holiedyd Bach, 9. In all as many as 1,411 certificates have been awarded. Rev. D. Morgan. Penllwyn, gave his annual report as general superintendent, and was afterwards re-elected for another year. Resolutions were passed urging the schools to be faithful to the temperance cause, and especially to patronize the temperance festival in Aberystwyth, June 6th. Also resolutions were agreed to, to send petitions to the House of Commons asking the Government to give facilities for the following three bills, which have already passed their second reading, to become law: (1) Mr Souttar's Bill forbidding the sale of intoxicating liquors to children under the age of 16 years; (2) Mr Spicer's Bill extending the provisions of the Welsh Sunday Closing Act to the county of Monmouth, and (3) Mr Herbert Roberts' Bill, amending the Welsh Sunday Closing Act. At three o'clock the conference adjourned to Soar Cuapel as the children were catechised in Libanus Chapel in lesson 30 to 40 of the 4th standard book by John Edwards, Penllwyn, and an address .vas given to them afterwards by the Rev. H. Davies, Penuerdd Maelor. In Soar Chapel a very lucid and interesting paper was read by Mr John Morgan, Bont, Penterwyd, on How to get a revival in connection with Sunday School work," and an able end practical address on the same subject was delivered by the Rev. D. R. Williams, Salem. Both gentlemen were cordially thanked for their addresses, and after some discussion the following resolution was unanimously agreed to, That we urge the various schools in the district to make strenuous efforts to get all the members of the churches and congregations to be faithful and constant members of the schools, and that special arrangements be made to visit absentees and en- deavour to bring new members into the schools in each place." It was also decided in order to lay special stress on the work of the Sunday school in the new century that a special conference be held in con- nection wiih the annual meeting next year, and that each district was urged to hold a similar con- ference, as was done in 1885, at the time of the centenary celebration of the Welsh Sunday Schools. The arrangements for these conferences were left to the Executive. The churches were asked to arrange for special references to the work of the Sunday schools on the two Sundays appointed for that purpose, viz., September 30th, 1900, and April 25th, 1901. The results of the annual examination and the reports of the examiners were then read as pub- lished below, and cordial votes of thanks were accorded to the examiners for their arduous and faithful services, as well as to the friends at Lib- anus for their kindness and hospitality to the large number ot representatives entertained by them. It was decided to send reports of the meetings to the papers as usual, and announce that the next annual meeting will be held in the Aberyst- wyth district, the time and place to be made known again. Thus a very successful meeting was brought to a close, and the representatives departed full of zeal and enthusiasm for another year's work. In the evening the adults were catechised by Mr Evan Evans, solicitor, Aberystwyth, in the first chapter of the General Epistle of James, and the meeting was greatly enjoyed, The silver medals given this year were given by Mr Evan Evans, solicitor, Aberystwyth, and Mr D. Samuel, M.A., County School, Aberystwyth, and the bronze medal by the Rev William Morgan, Garn. The gold medal is given by joint subscrip- tions collected by the Secretary, Mr T. Owens, Aberystwyth. The following is the Ji"t of successful candidates in the annual written examination held April 4th this year:— OVER 21 YEARS OF AGE. Examiner-Rev. E. Morris, Aberayron. CLASS 1. William Evans, Ponterwyd, 90; E. L. Mytton, Graig. 85; Un o Siloh, 83; John Ells, Bethel, 80; Evan Edwards, Afan, 70. CLASS II. M. Phillips, Moriah, 60; William Thomas, Siloh, 60. CLASS Ill. Annie Davies, Afan, 40; M. A. Jones, Graig, 32; Rees Jones, do., 31; D. Jones, do., 30; D. Thomas. Salem, 30. The gold medalist in this class is Mr. William Evans. Ponterwyd. UNDER 21 YEARS OF AGE. Examiner-R. E. Jones, Llanon. CLASS L M. Edwards, Penllwyn, 90; W. M. Jenkins, Graig, 89; D. Williams, Siloh, 88; S. A. Owen, Tabernacl, 87; E. S. Thomas, Siloh, 86; Charlotte Phillips, Blaenpant, 85; E. Jones, Rhydlwyd, Rees Evans, Siloh, 84; G. Richards, Dolfor, M. Davies, Garn, 83; John Rees, Siloh, 82; A. Evans, Rhyd- fendegiad, A. Jones, do., 80; E. D. Evans, Tancae, 79; E. R. Thomas, Siloh, 78; John Roberts, Cwm- ystwyth, 77; J. E. Davies, Ebenezer, 76; L. M. Williams, Rhydfendigaid, 75; Catherine Edwards, Cwmerfin, 74; Una Morgan, Siloh, R. J. Thomas, Gorsen, Jennie Jones, Sion, 73; S. Morgan, Siloh, M. E. Davies, Rhydlwyd, Tom Jones, Afan, 72; Maggie Pritchard Graig, John Evans, Sion, 71. CLASS 2. A. M. Herbert, Waun, 69; Ceridwen, Blaen- plwyf, 68; Nesta Morgan, Siloh, 67; M. Morgans, Rhydfendigaid, Thomas Evans, Tabor, 66; H, T. Hughes, Afan, 65; E. Edwards, Afan, E, Evans, Moriab, 64; Polly Jones, Bronant, M. Jones, Bronant, 63; M. E. Jones, Moriah, 62; Bessy Evans, Shiloh, M. J. Jones, Rhydlwyd, E. J. Evans, Rbydfendigaid, 61; J. R. Jenkins, Soar, D. Jones, Afan, 59; M. E. James, Tabernacle, 58; E. Evans, Moriah, Ap Gwaenog, Tabor, E. Williams, Bron- ant, 57; Lizzie Morris, Gosen, Gwangalon, Cynon, 56; E. G. C. Jones, Libanus, 55; D, R. Williams, Tabor, 52; L. A. Lloyd. Ebenezer, 57. CLASS 3. Wm. G. Owen, Salem, 49; J. D. Hopkins, Taber- nacle, 39; J. T. Evans, Afan, 35; Ll. D. Davies, Ebenezer, 33. The silver medalist in this class is Miss Margaret Edwards, Penllwyn. UNDER 16 YEARS OF AGE. Examiner—Mr J. C. Lloyd, Brongest Board School. CLASS L William Tom Williams, Siloh, 100; Gwladys Jane Adams, Penllwyn, 99; D. O. Morris, Penllwyn, Mary E. Penllwyn, 98; D. Morgan Rees, Rhydfen- digaid, 97; Phillip Frederick, Rhydfendigaid, 96; Lizxie Daniel, Penllwyn, 95; Evan Hughes Davies, Caradog, Mary J. Davies, Rhydlwyd, 94; Lizzie Richards, Glandovey, D. Rees Jones, Ponterwyd, 92; Wm. R. Evans, Tabernacl, John Morris Edwards, Cilcwm, 91; Wm. LI. Jones, Rhydfendig- aid, Samuel Morgan, Shilob, Elizabeth A. Richards, Berth, 90; loan ab Shencyn, Blaenplwyf; Llew. Jones, Sion, Jane Morgan, Ponterwyd, 89; Catherine Richards, Dolfor, 88; Eben Rhys Thomas, Siloh, Lizzie Morris, Gosen, Wm. George Jones, Dyffryn, 87; Beatrice Morgan, Ponterwyd, Ellen Morris, Blaenpant, 86; Una Morgan, Siloh, Solomon Haydn Jones, Penllwyn, David John Evans, Capel Seion, 83; Wm. Bonner, Afan, Evan Edwards, Tabernacl, Sophia Evans, Siloh, Mabel Edwards, Siloh, 81; Isaac R. Lewis, Ponterwyd, W. H. Morris, Penllwyn, 80; Esther Morris, Blaen- pant, Kitty Jones, Sion, 79; Margt. Evans, Bethel, Lydia Rees, Rhydfendigaid, 78; Mary Phillips, Blaenpant, Emily Evans, Siloh, John Rees, Rhyd- fendigaid, 77; Anne Jane Evans, Tanycae, 76; Sarah Jones, Afan, Anne Jane James, Pier-street, Charolette Edwards, Bethel, D. M. Hughes, Carmel, 75; Nesta Morgan, Siloh, Ed. Williams, Penllwyn, A. Parry, Carmel, Phoebe Lloyd, Carmel, 74; M. E. Hogan, Ysbytty, 74; J. L. Morgan, Garn, Anne Jones, Berth, J. Edwards, Cwmerfin, William William Owens, Penllwyn, Anne Edwards, Cwm- erfin, 73; Dd. R. Jenkins, Graig, Lizzie James, Rhydfendigaid, 72; Margaret Jones, Rhydfen- digaid, Un o'r Cwm, Tabor, John Davies, Cynon, 70. CLASS II. David J. Jones, Libanus, E. W. Jones, Pont- erwyd, Elizabeth Thomas, Gosen, Arthur D. Williams, Tabernacle, 69; Bessy Evans, Siloh, John Jones, Salem, 68; Thomas Williams, Rhydlwyd, Mary J. Evans, Dyffryn, J. R. Hughes, Ponterwyd, 67: Jane Rees, Bethel, Dorothy Jones, Libanus, Ellen James. Blaenpant, 66; David H. Williams, Libanus, Elizabeth J. James, Cwm, Mary Williams, Tabor, 65; Mary Jones, Bronant, David Ll. Davies, Rbydlwyd. 64; Maggie Richards, Dyffryn, E. D. Richards, Tabernacl, Enoch Davies, Berth, William O. Jones, Garn, Emily Morgan, Dolfor, 63; M. A. Evans, Pantcrug, E. J. Jones, Berth E. A. Jones, Afan, J. R. Weaver, Taliesin, 61; Catherine Mor- gans, Rhydfendigaid, A. A. Thomas, Tabernacl, Lizzie A. Jones, Bethel, William Jones, Siloh, Lizzie Parry, Blaenpant, 60; Mary Evans, Moriah, M. L. Davies, Libanus, Isaac Edwards, Afan, Mary James, Tabor, E. M. Hughes, Afan, Mary Morgans, Bronant, M. E. Williams, Bronant, Morgan Jones, Berth, Elizabeth Evans, Tabor, D. Richards, Berth, Anne Richards, do., J. A. Jones, Salem, M. Griffiths, Sion, T. J. Morgan, Moriah, 59 Lizzie Rowlands, Rhydfendigaid, J. Ll. Evans,; Gosen, D. J. Benjamin, Horeb, Anne Jones, Berth, Wm. J. Gwyer, English Chapel, Wm. J. Lunt, Libanus, 67; E. C. Hopkins, Blaenpant, Wm. J. James, Soar, Wm. G. Owen, Salem, 56; D. D. Lewis, Mynach, Lewis Jones, Afan, 55; D. R. Morgan, Bethlehem, M. A. Griffiths, Sion, S. A. Morgan, Goginan, 54 Wm. Jones, Rhydfendigaid, Esther Richards, Pantycrug, Thos. E, Evans, Dyffryn, 53; M. K. Richards, Siloh, D. J. W. r rumps, Alonan, bZ U. W. Jones, Libanus, Lewis Pugh, Rehoboth, Elizabeth Thomas, Bethel' 51; M. A. Evans, Dolfor Thomas H. Jones, Tabernacl, Jane Richards, Berth, R. L. Jones, Garn, M. A. Griffiths, Sion, F. Blodwen Edwards, Siloh. 50. CLASS III. R. J. Griffith, Cynon, M. S. Edwards, Salem, E. B. Williams, Bronant, 49; Lewis Davies, Bronant, J. R. Lloyd, Ebenezer, 48; Ab. Cledwin, BIaen- plwyf, H. J. Constable, Bath-street, James Evans, Moriah, 47; Anne Rees, Bronant, J. D. Hopkins, Tabernacl, 46; Margaret Davies, Bronant, Lizzie A. Rowlands, Tabernacl, 45; Thomas Jones, Salem, Thomas D. Davies, Carmel, 44; Nancv Humphreys, Shiloh. 44; Williamm Jos. Evans, Afan, M. B. Vaughan, Salem, 43; Wm. D. Lewis, I Ponterwyd, Mary Edwards, Tabernacl, 42 Maggie Evans, Rhydfagwyr' R. J. Ellis, Bethlehem,^41; Mary James, Rhydfagwyr. John Jas. Parry, Bethel, Mary.'Jones, Rhydfagwyr, Thomas Morgan, Madog, 40 William Williams, Pantglas, David E. Jones, 40; Madog, J. E. Evans, Capel Dewi, 39; Thomas H.' Michell, Waun, Robert Jones, Tabernacle, 37; A. Jane Jones, Bont, Harold Thomas, Salem, 36. Lizzie Davies, Blaenplwyf, 36; David Lloyd Davies, Cynon, M Ciayton Rees, Tabernacle, 34; H. M. Morgans, Bont, 32; M. Thomas, Ysbytty, 31; Anne Jones, Bethel, Fred Thomas, Gosen, 30. The silver medalist in this class is Mr. W. T. Williams, Siloh. UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE. Examiner—Miss R. Davies, Penuwch, CLASS 1. Wm. Hopkins, Berth. 100; A. M. Rees, Rhydfcn- digaid, 98; E. A. Jones, Ponterwyd, 96; D. Thomas Jones, Berth, 93; Ebenezer Jones, Swyddffynon, 90; Anne Jones, Berth, 88; D. Jones, do., 87; E. A. Jones, Ponterwyd, 86 John D. Rees, Penllwyn, 85: E. T. Richards, Ysbytty. 84 D. James, Rhyd- fendigaid, W. J. Dudlyke, Swyddffydon, R. Hughes, Penllwyn, M. Lizzie Rees, do. 82; D. R. Thomas, Carmel, 81; Mary Jones, Penllwyn, Mary Morgan. Ponterwyd, Beryl Morgan, do., M. J. Morgan, Car- mel, 80; Mary M. Jones, Ponterwyd. Mary Jones, Berth. 79; J. J. Evans, Tabor, E. J. Lewis, Ponter- wyd, Jane Morgan, Bronant, John Pugh, Sion, 78; Maggie Ellis, Elim, Ivor Prys Morris, Penllwyn, E. J. Lloyd. Carmel, A. S. Morgan, Garn, 77; Sarah Evans, Tabor, Annie Davies, do., Margaretta Evans. Ponterwyd. J. E. Williams, Bronant. 76; J. R. Jenkins, Tabor. 75 Thomas Davies. Berth, E. J. Jenkins, Carmel, 74: Mary Lewis, Elim, William Jones. Rhydfendigaid, Henry James, Berth, E. A. B. Morris, Carmel, 73; Gwladys Thomas, Carmel, Mary A. Morris, Carmel, Lizzie Thomas, Siloh, 73; Edith L. Jones, Ponter- wyd, J. W. Jonathan, Ysbytty, Sarah Oliver, Garn. 72; Jennie Joseph, Blaenplwyf, J. R. Morgan, Bronant, Mary Benjamin, Swyddffynon, J. Thomas Evans, Sion, 71; J. Jt Edwards, Tabor, D. Herbert, Rhydtendigaid, Wm. Evans, Swyddffynon, Annie ] Jones, Sion, David Jones, Graig, 70. |! :;0. t — -l"- CLASS II. M. E. Williams, Penllwyn, B. Richards, Berth, M. A. Davies, Bethel, John Jones, Rhydfendigaid, 69: David Jones, Berth, William Jones, Berth, Daisy Hughes, Borth, 63; Mary Edwards, Tabor, A. Cledwyn, Blaenplwyf, 67; E. J. Edwards, Ysbytty, S. A., Evans, Siloan. 1) J, Williams, Salem, 66; Jane Edwards. Elim, Dalli,.1 Jones, Borth, E. J. Evans, Sio! 05; A !;>•-« P..it** Bath- street, Margaret William-, owvddtr'vnuii <r. M Evans, Elim, W. R. iiww Kh^ydfend- gaid, John Davies, Bronant. ■ M Morgan* Rhydfendigaid 63; M. f:i,, Palltgla, 62; Miriam Hughes. qwmvsrwvth, 61; J. Humphreys, Penllwyn, D.' Lewis, Berth, Margaret J. Morgans, Bronant, 60; Thomas Edwards, Afan, Lizzie Bonner, Afan. Tom Jones, Rhydfendigaid, 59; J. M. Jones, Ponterwyd, 58; E. J. Griffiths, Bont, J. Oliver, Rhydfendigaid; Thomas Thomas, Ysbytty, J. Morgans, Rhydfen- digaid, E. Rees, Rhydfendigaid, E.J. Jones, Pont- erwyd, 56; Nellie Edwards, Borth, Mary Davies, Borth, D. T. Edwards, Rhydfendigiad, D. J. Evans, Siloam, A. M. Thomas, Penllwyn, H.J. Jones, Afan, 55; Evan Edwards, Tabor, E. Howell, Cwruystwyth E.Jones,Bethel, A. M. Hughes, Dolybont,E. D. Jones, Blaenpant, 54; A. Hughes, Blaenplwyf, 53; M. Morgan, Ysbytty, J. J. Hughes, Penlllwyn, 52; Mabel Thomas, Bath-street; S. A. Reeves, Salem; A. J. Williams, Garn, W. D. Morris, Pantglas, G. M. Edwards, Rhydfendigaid, A. Jones, Gosen, 51; E. M. Evans, Dyffryn, Jennie Hughes, Blaenplwyf, J. Davies, Cwmystwyth; Nellie Williams, Bath- street, Hilda Jones, Bont, A. Williams, Borth; C. M. Green, Bath-street. CLASS III. M. A. Isaac, Bethel; Lizzie Jones, Soar; Nellie Jenkins, Soar, 49; F. E. Edwards, Siloh, 48; M. A. Davies, Soar; Isaac Jones, Madog Lizzie Phillips, Blaenpant,47; Annie Edwards, Penllwyn ■ Thomas Williams, Pantglas, 46; B. J. Lloyd, Lebanus; R. R. James, Borth; J.H. Hughes, Babell; D.J.Hughes, Babell; R, Ll. Jones. Rhydlwyd; D. Jenkins, Soar, 45; T. D. Jones, Ponterwyd; M. Phillips, Blaenpant, C. Davies, Ysbytty; M. E. Lewis, Blaenplwyf; E. D. Evans, Siloh, 44; J. T. Pugh, Rhydfagwyr,. 43; E. J. Thomas, Gosen, 43; L. Davies, Rhydlwyd, D. Evans, Pantcrug, Maggie Evans, Afan, O. Jones, Tabernacl, Hilda Frances, Libanus, E. Thomas, Gosen, 42; D. Morgans, Rhydfagwyr, John Isaac Bethel, 41; John Hughes, Blaenpant, S, Morgans, Rhydfagwyr, W. Williams, Garn, 40; J. J. Davies, Libanus, 40; E. J. Owens, Soar, A. L. Hughes, Libanus, J, James, Blaenpant ill, A. Rowlands, Blaenpant, 40: E. Beynon, Soar, 39; E. Rowlands, Tabernacl, E. Edwards, Taber- nacl, 38; H. B. Beynon, Soar, Ll Beynon, 37; S. Owen. Babell, Ph. Thomas, Siloh, 37, D. 0; Lewis, Blaenplwyf, A. J. Evans, Tancae, A. B. Davies, Libanus, 36; B. ill. Davies, do., Thomas Williams, Sputty, 35; D. H. Jones, Berth, E. R. Morgan, Bethel, Thomas Jones, Graig, 34! Charles G. Williams, Libanus, L. M. Jones, do, F. Meddins, do, M. E. Jones, Salem, 32; A. Jones, Graig, 32; J. L. Jones, Bethel, M. Hughes, Garn. M. L. James, Capel Dewi, 31; Dilys Joseph, Blaenplwyf, L. Watkins, Tabernacle, J. J. Vaughan, Libanus, W. Evans, Raydfagwyr, E. Jones, Bronant, 30. The bronze medalist in this class is William Hopkins, Berth.
Dolgelley Sunday School Festival. MORNING MEETING. The annual Sunday school festival of the Calvin- istic Methodists^f the district was held at Dol- gelley on Mond.4". The large number that attend- ed from the various schools testified that the Sunday schools of the district are still enthusiastic in their zeal for the Gymanfa." In the morning two meetings were held at the same hour. At Bethel, in the absence of Mr John Evans, Llwyngwril, through illness, the Rev. E. Vaughan Humphreys! Llwyngwril, presided. Four young ladies from Rehoboth school recited the first chapter of the epistle to St. James in an excellent manner, and Mr W. G. Jones, Goleuad office, catechised the two middle classes in the contents of 1 Samuel 1-10, and the answers were far excelling anything heard from this class for many years. The names of those who had committed St. James' epistle to memory were then called by the Secretary (Mr D. Caradog Evans), and distributed by the Rev. John Williams. The names were as follows :-Abergeirw, Miss Pollie Evans; Bethel, Mrs Brodie, Miss M. Edwards, Miss A. J. Evans, Mr D. R. Mills; Rehoboth, Miss Marian Williams, Miss Annie Ashton; Llwyngwril, Miss Mary Owen, College, Mrs Ann Williams, Frondeg, Miss Ellen Pugh, Miss Williams, Miss Griffith, Miss Ann Catherine Pugh, Mrs Catherine Roberts Seion, Mrs Jones, Pantllan Salem Mrs Richard; Owen, Mrs Evan Jones, Mrs Griffith Jones, Mrs David Griffith, Mrs Catherine Griffith, Miss Jane Pugh, Miss Mary Ellen Jones, Miss Sarah Ellen Jones, Miss Jane Owen, Miss Elizabeth P. Williams, Miss Sarah Jane Evans, Miss Nellie Meirion Roberts, Mr Herbert Emmett, Mr John Roberts, Mr Cadwaladr Jones, Mrs Davies, Miss Williams, Miss Barbara Roberts, Mr David Davies; Llanfachreth, Margaret Jane Ellis; Bontddu, Ann Williams; Saron, Miss Sarah M. Lewis, Miss Elizabeth Davies, Miss Mary E. Williams, Miss Elizabeth Davies, Miss Elizabeth E. Davies, Miss M. J. Williams, Miss Laura J. Jones, Miss Mary Jones, Miss Jane Roberts, Miss Cati Roberts, Mr Wm. Williams, Mr Evan Lewis, Mr Lewis Lewis, Mr Samuel Davies, Mr Rowland Jones, Mr Cadwaladr Williams; Soar, Mrs Evans, Aelybryn, Miss Gwen Morris; Pendref, Miss Elizabeth Roberts, Mrs Jane Jones. Certificates and prizes were then distributed to the successful competitors in the Scriptural examination. CLASS II (ufider 21.) 1, Annie C. Pughe, Llwyngwril; 2, Jane y LI. Jones, Salem; 3, Annie Jane Evans, Bethel; 4, William Roberts, Salem 5, Catherine Rowlands, Zion; 6, Annie J. Roberts, Llwyngwril; certificates, Thomas Arthur Lewis, Zion Sarah Jane Evans, Salem; M. S. Brodie, Bethel; Mary Catherine Pugh,Bontddu; Ellen Jane Lloyd, Llanfachreth Catherine Roberts, Llwyn- gwril; Georgina Evans, Zion R. Richards, Bontddu; Catty R. Wynne, Seion Sydney P. Griffiths, Llan- fachreth and Annie Roberts, Salem. UNDER 16. CLASS III. First prize, Morris Rowland, Zion 2, Robert J. Roberts, Llwyngwril 3, Jane Roberts, Friog; 4, Howel Lloyd Roberts, Zion; 5, Elizabeth Parry! Llwyngwril; 6, Nellie M. Roberts, Salem; certifi- cates, Mary Jones, Llwyngwril; Jane Parrv, Llwyn, gwril; Winnie Ellis, Bethel, Dolgelley; Elizabeth Parry Williams, Salem; Jennie Jones, Bontddu: Elizabeth J. Roberts, Llwyngwril; Maggie Jane". Salem William Morris Williams, Bontddu Bertie Davies, Dolgelley; John David Williams, Salem; Maggie Williams, Bethel; Cati Roberts, Saron; Sarah E. Thrower, Zion; Winnie Jones, Bontddu; Robert William Peter, Zion. At Salem at the same hour. Mr William Pugh, Llanelltyd, presided. Pendref chapel recited a chapter. The children sang several times under the conductorship of Mr W. Pryce Williams, Brithdir, and the singing was praiseworthy. The children were catchised by the Rev E. Trevor Evans, Llanfachreth, in the history of Jesus Christ, and the answers were very o-ood. AFTERNOON MEETING. In the afternoon two meetings were held at Bethel. Mr Rowland Williams, Salem, presided, and the meeting was commenced with a recitation of a part of the ninth chapter of Hyfforddwr" by the whole congregation. The elder class was then catechised by the Rev Evan Roberts in the same portion, and the answers were general and good. Prizes and certificates were then distributed by the Treasurer (Mr John Thomas) and then elected secretary (Mr Robert James) to the successful canid- dates in the scriptural examination, Elder Class (St James) 1st prize, Evan Ellis Evans, Bethel 2, William Owen Williams, Bethel; 3, William Wynne, Zion certificates. Elizabeth Roberts, Pen- fIref; D R. Jones, Bethel; Cadwaladr Williams, Saron; Richard Lewis, Saron; Rhys Puw, Llan- fachreth and John Thomas, Llanfachreth elder class (Hyfforddwr)-ht prize, Evan Ellis Evans, Bethel 2, Richard Lewis, 3, William Wynne, Zion certificates Cadwaladr Williams, Saron and D. R Jones, Bethel. In Salem at the same hour, Mr Owen Jones, Bontddu, presided. A young lady fron Bontddu recited a chapter. The Rev E. Trevor Evans, Llanfachreth, catechised the children, and the answers were again good. Several tunes were also sung in fine style by the children, conducted by Mr W. Pryce Williams, Brithdir. Prizes and certificates were then distributed by the Secretary (Mr D. Caradog Evans) as follows:— FIFTH STANDARD. Scriptual examination 1 William Emyr Williams, Pendref; 2 Maggie Jane Owen, Llwyngwril; 3 Nesta larry Owen, Llwyngwril 4 Goronwy Wynne, Seion; 5 Johnny Goodwin Owen, Bethel; 6 John Anwyl Jones, Saron. Certificates Robert Roberts Carruei; Maggie Thomas, Llanfachreth; W. Morgan Williams, Saron Evan Jones, Carmel; David John Williams, Bethel; Griffith Ellis, Bethel; Griffith R. Jones, Llanfachreth; Lizzie M. Roberts, Salem; Kate E. Pugh. Llwyngwril; and Robert Pugh, z, Saron. a FOURTH STANDARD. First. M. "Eluned Williams, Pendref; 2 Hugh Rowland Roberts, Salem 3 John Roberts, Salem 4 Jane Wrilliams, Saron; 5 Mary Ellen Jones, Bontddu 6 Richard R. Jones, Seion. Certificates Kate Pugh, Llanelltyd Lizzie Pugh. Llanelltvd Florence M. Williams, Zion John Williams, Bethel; Daniel R. Williams, Llanfachreth; Mvfanwv Wynne, Zion Netta Williams, Salem Bessie Evans, Bethel; Robert O. Thomas, Llanfachreth; and Hughie Jones, Bethel. HYFFORDDWR. Catherine Grace Davies, Salem. HOLWYDDOREG. J. Goodwin Owen, Bethel; Nesta Parry Owen, Llwyngwril; Florence Mary Williams and Richard Ashton, Zion; Elizabeth Parry Williams, John Roberts and Griffith Jones, Salem Ellen Price, Rhiwspardyn; Maggie Williams, and Mary Ellen Jones, Bontddu; Jane Williams, Saron; Martha Laura James, Siloh; Eluned Williams, and William Emyr Williams, Pendref; Ellis Roberts, Dorothy Lewi.s and Evan Lewis, Soar. HOLIEDYDD BACH. Ellen Price, Rhiwspardyn. RHODD MAM. T. Evan Williams, and Megan Evans, Bethel; Anne Lewis, Catherine Jones, and Morris Jones, Seion; E. Meirion Roberts, W. Williams, David Griffith, Griffith Owen, William Thomas, Robert Owen, Thomas Roberts, Caradog Thomas, Robert Williams, Thomas Jones, Cadwaladr Griffith Jones, Morris Jones, Lizzie Laura Hughes, and Elizabeth Jones, Salem; Maggie Griffith and Lizzie Mary Griffiths, Rhiwspardyn; Ellis Edward Williams, Owen David Humphreys, Maggie Davies, and Owen Edwards, Bontddu; John Richard Jones, Siloh; Edward Hall Williams, Susannah Jones, Evan Edward Jones, and Robert Lloyd Morris, Pendref; and Lizzie Roberts, Llanelltyd. EVENING MEETING. The evening meeting was devoted almost entirely to music. J. Meyrick Jones, Esq., presided in his usual able manner. The meeting was commenced with reciting the Ten Commandments by the whole congregation, and Mr. John Jones, Rhiwspardyn, offered prayer. The Chairman then in a brief address referred to the great losses Wales had during the year by deaths, and then called upon the musical conductor, Mr. Robert Davies, Dol- gelley, to take charge of the meeting. The follow- ing tunes were then sungLudwig, Ascalon, Tre- lalas, Y Wlad Well, Tydvil, Glancerri, Ystwyth, Trecastell, Llanddowror, Adgyfodiad, Eirinwg, Balducci, and Regent's Square; and the part-song, "Enaid Cu." The singing was worthy of great praise, Mr. Davies conducting in his usual fine and artistic manner, devoid of all pompness, and we felt that we were at a festival where the training work had been done beforehand, and not a rehearsal festival. The conductor and the musicians seemed to have had the secrets of the hymns and tunes revealed to them. During the meeting the Rev John Williams, B.A., proposed a resolution in favour of the Temper- ance bills now before Parliament and the Rev E. Jones Edwards seconded, and it was passed unanimously. The Chairman expressed his sorrow that Mr D. Caradog Evans, the secretary, was going to leave the district, and referred to the great work done by him during the past, and said that the great loss they suffered would be a great gain to the district he was leaving for. The Secretary distributed the certificates won in the musical examination as follows JUNIOR. Robert Pugh, Ynysfaig, Friog; Robert Pugh, Tynewycld, Llanelltyd; Katie Pugh, do.; Anne Elun Jones, Ty Capel, Rhiwspardyn; Robert William Jones, do.; David John Williams, Arran Bridge; Lizzie Mary Roberts, Salem Chapel House; Mary James, Arran Bridge Lowry Ellen Griffiths; Elizabeth Cassandu Evans, English- terrace; Jennie Evans, Victoria House; Annie Roberts, Springfield; Maggie Jones, Eldon Row; Sarah Jones, Tanygoeden; Edward Hall Williams. ELEMENTARY. Annie Roberts, Springfield; Maggie Jones, Eldon Row; Elizabeth Parry Williams, Margaret Eluned Williams, William Emyr Williams, Robert Pugh, Tynewydd, Llanelltycl. INTERMEDIATE. Messrs Ellis Roberts, Fronheulog; Richard Roberts, Salem Chapel House. On the proposal of the Rev Evan Roberts, seconded by E. Jones Edwards, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to tne Chairman. At the morning and afternoon meetings, Miss Maggie Jones and Mr D. R. Mills acted as accompanists, and in the evening, Miss Griffith, Coedcelyn; Miss Blodwen Williams, Clifton House; and Mr D. R. Mills accompanied. The festival was one of the most successful ones held in the district for many years.
Cymanfa Ysgolion Dosbarth Corris. Cynhaliodd Metliodistiaid Calfinaidd y Dosbarth hwn eu Cymanfa eleni, am y waith gyntaf, yn Aber- llefeni, nawn a nos Sadwrn, Mai 19eg. Arferid ei chynal yn flynyddolyn Nghorris. Eleni, rhoddwyd prawf ar ei chynal ar gylch, a pbrofodd y gyntaf hon yn llwyddiant hollol, Daeth tyrfa fawr gyda'r tren ddau o'r gloch o Esgairgeiliog, Corris, Corris Uchaf, ac Ystradgwyn. Llywydd y cyfarfod cyntaf oedd Mr D. If or Jones, Corris. Yn ystod y cyfarfod hwn, holwyd y Dosbarth Canol gan y Parch J. J. Evans, Aberllefeni, yn Hanes Dafydd, ac yr oedd yr holwr a hwythau yn deall eu gilydd yn dda. Holwycl torf fawr o blant ar Ddydd y Farn," gan y Parch John Roberts, Corris. Mae yn anmbosibl i'r rhan hwn o'r cyfarfod beidio cario effeithiau daionus ar feddyliau y plant a'r gynulleidfa oil. Gwobrwywyd y rhai canlynolAtebyn gyhoeddus y Rhodd Mam,"—Eliza Breese, Bethania; Robert Hughes, Aberllefeni; Kitty Jones. Corris; Alfred Jones, Esgairgeiliog Ernest Jones, Corris ac R. H. Williams, Aberllefeni. Arholiad Dosbarth Canol-Mary Wood, Corris T. J. Ellis, Aberllefeni; a W. Griffith, Corris. Arholiad cyhoeddus yn yr Holiedydd Bach,"—Evan Morris, W. J. Davies, a D. Lewis, Corris. Arholiad y Cyfarfod Misol-y rhai agosaf at y buddugwyr—Safon iv., Lizzie Lewis, Thomas Jones, R. G. Davies, a J. E. Lewis, Corris. Eto, Safon v., Elias R. Williams, Bethania; R. G. Davies, Corris; W. Jones, Aberllefeni; a C. M. Roberts, Corris. Arholiad ar 2 Samuel (dan 16 oed),—R. G. Davies, W. T'Davies, A. R. Jones. Meredith J. Lloyd, D. Hughes, a D. Jones. Arhol- iad adrodd yr Hyfforddwr i.—vi.—M. A. Jones, Corris; M. E. Jones, Pensarn E. H. Lewis, R. G. Davies, W. T. Davies, A. R. Jones, Corris; a Hugh Jones, Aberllefeni. Ar ol y cyfarfod hwn, aeth corff y gynulleidfa i ystafell eang, perthynol i Chwarel Aberllefeni, lie yr oedd byrddau wedi eu hulio a danteithion gwerthfawr gan Mrs Davies Plas, yn cael ei helpu gan lu o garedigion yr achos yn y lie. Gwnaeth y cyfeillion yn y lie yr oil oedd yn eu gallu i wneyd y dieithriaid yn gysurus, a gofalodd y nefoedd am ddiwrnod hafaidd hyfryd i'r Gymanfa. Llywyddid y cyfarfod hwyrol gan Mr E. T. Williams, Tynyberth. Yn ystod y cyfarfod hwn, gwobrwywyd John Hughes, Corris, mewn arholiad ar Epistol Iago; Edward Griffith, Ratgoed, yn ail; ac Evan Lewis, Corris, yn drydydd. Eto, arholiad ar Hyfforddwr ix.—laf, Evan Lewis, Corris 2il, William Jones, Esgairgeiliog. Eto, am egluro emyn, Mrs Ifor Jones, Corris. Cafwyd syl- wadau ar ystadegau y Cyfarfod Ysgolion gan Mr Richard Owen, Corris. Yna holwyd y pwnc, sef Hyfforddtvr ix., i'r Dosbarth Hynaf, gan Mr D. Ifor Jones, y gofalwr. Yr oedd y gynulleidfa wedi gafael o ddifrif yn y pwnc, a thystiolaeth pawb oedd fod y deugain munyd dreuliwyd yn y wedd hon yn un o bethau goreu'r Gymanfa. Cymerodd y canu hefyd ei le yn hapus iawn, ac yr oedd yn gwella yn barhaus at y diwedd, yn neillduol felly y don olaf—" Eirinwg." Yr arweinwyr oeddynt y Mri R. Lewis, Aberllefeni, ac H. S. Roberts, Corris, a chyfeiliwyd gan Miss Jones, Bethania, a Mrs Disley, Aberllefeni; ysgrifenydd y dosbarth yw Mr J. R. Evans, Aberllefeni, ac ail-etholwyd ef am ddwy flynedd eto. Mr Richard Owen, Corris, ddewiswyd yn llywydd am y flwyddyn ddyfodol; ac yn drysorydd, Mr Hugh Evans, Aberllefeni. Mae tymor y gofalwr, Mr D. Ifor Jones, yn parhau am flwyddyn eto. Ar lawer o gyfrifon, hwn yn ddiau oedd y Gymanfa oreu gynhaliwyd yn Nosbarth Corris. Mae y Gymanfa ei hunan ar ei mantais o'i symud o'i hunfan, ac y mae yn sicr genyf y bydd Aberllefeni hefyd ar ei mantais o'i chael. Teimlid rhyw ysbrydiaeth newydd ynddi ar hyd y cyfarfod- ydd; diau y bydd Ileoedd eraill yn awyddus am dani at y blynyddoedd dyfodol.
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