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ABERDOVEY. LECTURE,—OB Monday evening at the Congre- gational Chapel, » lecture on Pwlpud Cymru was delivered, by the Rev. O. L. Roberts, Liverpool, to a large ajwl appreciative audience. Mr W, J. Hughes presided. URBAN CDCNCIL ELECTION.—Both of the retir- ing niembeits- viz., Mr J, Hughes Jones and Mr Arthur Too&Mns, seek re-election, and will be op- possed by Capt. Sideh lewis and Mr W: V. Thomas. Canvassing has already been, com- menced in earnest. CYFAMPOO.CYSTADLEUOL.—Cynbaliwyd cyfarfod cystadlesol llwyfidianus no Wener diweddaf yn ngbapet y Wesleyaid. Lly^yddai Mr E.L. Row- lands,, tra yr arweiniwyd gan y Parchi W. J Jbnes. Hew Meirion .ydoedd y Beirniad Cerddorol'yr hwn roddodd lwyr foddlonrwydd. A ganlyn ydyw rhestr o'r testynau a'r buddugwyr :-Atebion, llafar- edig ar "Joseph," 1 Jane L. Davies, ZI.J. W'. Morris; eto o'r Hyfforddydd," 1 M. A. Roberts, 2' J. H Lewis; atebion ysgrifenedigjar efengyl Miatthew, Miss. Susie Davies; unawd, "Yma cur a blinder cawH," 1 Jane L, Davies, 2 Katie, Hughes.; Ffon Golleu, Mr. W. Thomas arffedog boreuol, Miss S. Davies; Maroon Muffler, Mrs. E,, Pugh: Child's Pinafore, Miss Mary Thomas; traethawd, "Prifi wer&i yn mywyd Crist," Mr George Jones.; traetk- awd dylanwadjcyfeillach eglwysig," 1Mr H GriffithV2 Miss J. E. Jones; barddoniaeth, "Helyatt y Common,* Mr. H. Griffith; englym "Angor. Mr. Ellis. Pugh. (Talfardd) adroddiad i blant, 1 Blodwen JOÐes. 2 M. A. Roberts pedwarawd, 11 O na byddem fel y blodau," J. Lewis a'i barti; deuawdi, "Y man i gann," Miss S. A. Bell, Mr R. Richards, a Miss S. Davies. a Mr. J. Lewis yn gyfartal; adroddiad, Canaan," 1 J. Morris Jones, 2 Lissie A. Walters; unawd, "Myfi sy'n magu'r baban," Jane L. Davies, a Florrie P. Owen yn gyfartal; adroddiad, Cywydd y Farn Fawr,Mr. W. D. Evans; unawd Baritone Solo," Teyrnasoedd y ddaear," Mr George Jones unawd i Baritone, "Breuddwyd y Morwr Bach," Mr. J. Lewis parti Q ddeuddeg. -1-Blodeuyn bach wyf fi mewn gardd:, parti y Tabemacl dan arwqjniad Mr. J. D. Haghes. Cyfiawnwyd y swydd o Y%rifenyddion gan Miss Susie Davies a Mr. R. Ll. Hughes. FUNERAL.—As stated in our last issue, the funeral of Miss M. Jones, Minafon. took place at the cemetery last Thursday afternoon, At two o'clock a memorial service was held in the Tabernacle Chapel, the sacred edifice being filled with friends and sympathisers, the father of the deceased and other relatives being present. In the unavoidable ab- sence, through illness, of the pastor. Rev J. D. Jones, the Rev J. O. Thomas, Menai Bridge, conducted the proceedings After the singing of the beautiful hymn, Mor ddedwydd yw y rhai trwy ffydd," the Rev. J. J. Evans read a portion of Scripture and offered up prayer. Appropriate and sym- pathetic addresses were then delivered by the Rev T. E. Roberts, M.A.. Aberystwyth Principal Roberts, U.C.W., Rev J. William3. B.A., Dolgelley; and Rev J. Roberts, Corris, following which Miss Richards played the Dead March in Saul on the harmonium. W At 3.20 ihe funeral procession was formed in the following orderMinisters, deacons, public (males), schoolchildren, hearse, mourners' carriages, and remainder of general public. Among those present were the following: Principal Roberts, U.C.W., Rev J. Williams, B.A., Dolgelley J. O. Thomas, M.A., Menai Bridge: J. Davies, Bontddu; O. E. Williams, Pennal; W. D. Evans, W. J, Jones, J. Roberts, Corris; W. S. Jones, M.A., Machynlleth; E. Williams, Mach- ynlleth; J. J. Evans, Aberilefenny; T. E Roberts, M.A., Aberystwyth J, H. Symond, R. R. Williams, M.A., Towyn; A. Wynne Thomas, Aberystwyth Messrs W. Roberts, Bryncrug Morris Jones, H. Haydn Jones, Howard^ Daniel, Thomas Jones, County School E. J, Evans, Towyn; J. Morgan, Bryncrug; J- Vauyhan, Erwfaethlon; Meyrick Jones, Dolgelley; Je-iiii Rees. Ynys E. Rowland, Pennal; M. Jones, Cad hIe j J, D. Evans, Penmaenisaf: H. Davies, Machynlleth; John Evans, Barmouth Thomas Jjewis, Pennal; Michael Roberts, Aberllefenny; E. James. Dyffryn; B. Davies, Llanegryn; Messrs Morris Rowlands, D. Hughes and W J, Hughes (deacons of Tabernacle), E4ward Williams, Vincent Davies, W. V. Thomas, Edward Davies. J. Hughes Jo""s, Isaac T. Lloyd, R. Davies, W. Jones, R.O., L, Edwards, B. J, Evans, G. Williams. J. E. Morrb, J. W. Morgan, R, Griffith. F. Williams, E, L. Rowland, G. Owen, I J. E. Jones, J. Pugh, John Owen, T. Jenkins, Capt J. Evans, &(, Kc. At the cemetery the Rev J. Davies, Bontdddu, officiated and tho school- children sung the hymn" Jerusalem the Golden," after which the benediction was pr mounced by the Rev J. H. Symond, the weather was beautifully fine and calm, and the roar of the sea seemed to add to the solemnity of the impressive obsequies. The chief inoiirners were Mr William Jones (father). Rev and Mrs D. Jones, .,NTiss M. E. Jones, Miss Bessie Jones, and Mr D. Jones, Garegddu Capt and Mrs AV. Daniel, London: Mrs J, Pugh, Pier House, and other relatives. The funeral was the largest seen here for many years. The duties of undertaker were carried out by Mr W. Jenes Hughes. Printing quickly and neatly done at the 1-1 1 Welsh Gazette Ppnteries. Bridge Street.

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