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f Fit it with such Furniture as suits-according to the fashion and the time."—Shakespeare. ¡ tf j, COOKE BROS., COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS. I' Warehouse and Bedding FURNITURE J Offices & Show Rooms— F actory- FOR HALL, LIBRARY & DINING OOI, WESLEY STREET. UPPER BRIDGE STREET. In Various Woods and all the most approved Styles. -g~g-r ;jj§S £ v :;T. Overmantels Specially Designed to Match Furniture. -P- f imi it[ ]&I ART POTTERY AND METAL WORK. i ARTISTIC lit BL BEDROOM FURNITURE. W E.S,LEY mON AND BRASS BEDSTEADS Ix GRKAT SPRING, HAIR AND WOOL ESTIMATES A TTRTTQCITQ ESTIMATES Given for Complete Hoose Furnishing- aiAA X rVXL,OOXUO. Given for Complete House Furnishing. Carpets & Hearthrugs. Cif" OUK ILLUSTRATRD CATALOGUE MAY BE HAD ON APPLICATION, but ft Visit to the SHOWROOMS is necessary to obtain an idea, of the LARGE RANGE OF GOODS which arc Continually on View. To publish a complete Catalogue is impossible, as the change of novelties is constant, and in many cases the designs, are original. Show Rooms:-Wesley Street, Newtown. f58 GL O. OXTTXINTS BEGS to announce that he has always ready for de- -D livery a Large Stock of COFFIN BOARDS (English Oak). FELLOES of all -Sizes. And WHEIRLWRIGHT',G MATERIAL of all Description G. C. G. has also some Capital WELSH PONIES, Trained for Riding and Driving, for Sale. Particulars and Prices on application. ADPRESS-G. C. GITTINS, Brithdir Saw Mills, BERRIEW, Mont. Railway Station Montgomery. e36 DAVIES'S CELEBRATED Cough Linctus The most Speedy and Effectual Remedy FOR COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA. BRONCHITIS, HOARSENESS, LOSS OF VOICE, DIFFICULTY OF BREATHING, And all other affections of the Chest, Throat, and Lungs arising from cold. The following are Selected Jrom many other Testimonials Wern, Pool Quay, Welshpool, 20th December, 1887. Dear Sir,—I have used your Cough Linotus in my family for several years, and have never found any other preparation so effectual for Coughs, Difficulty of Breathing, and Chest Complaints, and am pleased to add my testimony to its extraordinary efficacy.- Yours truly, THOS. D. DAVIES. Penygraig, Mochdre, Newtown September 2nd, 1890. Dear Sir,—I have suffered for three years with a Cough and Shortness of Breath. Seeing an adver. tisement of your Cough Linctus it induced me to try a bottle, and I am very pleased to inform you.that I found great benefit from it.—Yours truly, WILLIAM PRYCB. PREPARED ONLY BY G, E. DAVIES, CHEMIST WELSHPOOL. Sold in Newtown by Mr W. H. LAMBERT, Chemist. Sold in Bottles at Is. lid. and 2a. 9d. each. GUNS! GUNS!! GUNS! A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF Breech & Muzzle-Loading Guns AT SPECIALLY LOW PRICES AND GUARANTEED QUALITY. SOLE AGENT for the "NATIONAL" Red, White and Blue CARTRIDGES. Greatest Penetration, Absence cC Recoil, Loazcat Killing Range. ALL ;JKINDS OF SPORTING REQUISITES OF BEST QUALITY AND LOWEST PRICES. TURNER, "NEWTOWN. few WEAR TXLCTZSP BOOTS! THEY ARE THE BEST AND CHEAPEST. Finest QUALITY. Great VARIETY. Lowest PRICES. COMFORT and STYLE. EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED. 1, BROAD STREET, NEWTOWN. e481 MRS PILOT, 13, Bridge Street, Newtown, ill contfeuaM to rNethe HIGHEST FBfCE (Shaft ^ae be obtained for OLD CLOTHES. A. E. BOND. | Confectioner, 8, BROAD STREET, WELSHPOOL Manufacturer of WEDDING CAKES of the hesfc' Quality. A cboioe selection of ORNAMENTS and BOXES. Ciaiuammme AND Etip.TRDay CAXES. Genoa, Currant. Sultana, Madeira* AJSjaond, aecdi Seed Cakes. P ool Treats and Tea Parties Savaked en be mo t moderate Teraa. PURE WHOLEMEAL BREAD. Made as direotsd by Dr. Aliinsou. See Teothneitial m40S Allsopp and Sons* (LIMITED), BURTON ALES AND INVALID STOUT. AGENT— a MORG -A^IST, Brynhatren, Crescent, NEWTOWN- 1388 » I The Burning Question of the Day IS—WHERE CAN I PURCHASE A STRONG fiWUT, AND SILENT SEWING MACHINE, AT THE LOWEST PRICES? THE ANSWER RECEIVED FROM ALL PARTS IS-WHY, AT HUMPHREY JONES OF COURSE, WHERE THEY CAN BE FUfiCHASED FROM ZZ 158. Od. nrioe fists sent poet free en application. Were THE ADDMMS 9, HALt. STREET, WELSHPOOL WM. LL. POWELL, CAMBRIAN VAULTS, NEWTOWN WINE A SPIRIT MERCHANT. AND MINERAL WATERS AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, WHOLESALE Bottler A Dealer in Guianess'san Findlater's Celebrated DUBLIN STOUTS Base and AUsopp's BuRToN ALES A STOUTS; aim other Brewery Companies Ales and Stouts in all sise casks from 8d. per gall. Celebrated Soda Water, Lithia Water, Potass Water. Seltzer Water, Lemonade, Ginger Beer. Ginger Ale. Cordials of every description. SPECIALTY:— Hampers of Wines A Spirits from 10a. and upwards Vuobetorf and Swres- CAMBRIAN MINERAL WATER WORJT NEWTOWN. Alt orders etrk&ly attended Cd409 w- THE MARKET STREET COFFEE HOUSE, -N NEWTOWN. Hot Dinners PGOOD DAILY COMMERCIAL, 1 COFFEE AND BATH ROOMS. Refreshments i- OF tee I jfgi cQFFEE 20 BEDS. BEST QUALITY. I C0CPA j HOUSE,. Special^Attention 1 'if Wash&Brush-up, given to Commercia} GtmtI"'Œ.eu.. Cold Baths, sixpence. Hoase Opea from left, One &LlI1..toIO 36p.m. Penny. PROPRIETORS:— The Newtown Coffee & Cocoa House Co., Ld. oco MANAGERESSMRS. GEORGE. V a • C171 ¡." ,,}' — j n ,1 it; WESTMINSiEB. HOUSE, ,)[ WE';LSPO,O,L. PRELIMINAJRY NOTICE! fi" ■ 1 ■ T. D. EVANS (Formerly with Mr. Wtfi. Jones, Trade Hall) 1\'0 Begs to announce that he has taken the above premises, and will shortly open with an entirely New Stock of high-class DR-AJPERTF GOODS. ,I' Further Particulars next week. fl89 ESTABLISHED 1880. 28 & 29, Crown-Street, Newtown, N. Wales. WILLIAM TRANCED, TIN PLATE WORKER, BELL-HANGER,IGAS FITTER ETc. Every description of Dairy Vessels kept in Stock or Made to Order. e443 SAML. POWELL, EAGLE BREWERY, NEWTOWN SPECIAL HOME-BREWED BA.RVEST ALES IN ALL SIZE CASKS, 6<1, ed.. 1Qd. and Is. PER GALLCM*. DUBLIN STOMT in all Size Casks AT BREWERY PRICES. Caortas Stasmzsesr OF WINKS AND SPIRITS. 01C THOMAS FARR, SON OF THE LATE JAMES FARR, SALOP ROAD, Coach Builder, SEvERN STREET, WELSHPOOL. jF&ANK H. SHAYLER, • ARCHITECT AND SURVEYOR, WOSLSXTJPOOI^. ..SILVER MEDALIST NATIONAL COMPETITION. 26, Severs Street, Welshpool. ■" ■ "579 ■■ THOMAS JEHU, • AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT DEALER, AGENT TO ALL NOTED MAKERS, PITTfNQS:jKEPT IN STOCK AND REPAIRS ATTENDED TO, ALSO BUILDER OP DOG CARTS IN ALL SIZES, ESTHf& £ E§ GIVEN FOR REPAIRS & PAINTING iiLANPAIR, WELSHPOOL. 84," ,t" r.. Ã1 WANTEDS, ETC. REGISTRY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS.—Mrs. Rider, 2, Waterloo Place, Welshpool. e554 WANTED, a Caretaker for an Offlee.-Apply, 'V Mr. Edward Jones, Architect, Turner's-lane, Newtown. f20t WANTFD, a LAD, onder 18, to help in house i and make himsalf generally useful.-Apply. M. Lloyd, Montgomery. fl83 WANTED, General SERVANT, must under stand plain Cooking: al^o HOUSEMAID NURSE.—Apply by letter to N., Office of this paper. f 150 WANTED, a Strong Lad as apprentice to the Wheelwright Trade.—Apply to D. R.Getbin, Bettws. fl68 WANTED, JAM POTS, anv quantity, 1 and 2 lbs. Good price given. Apply, Hibbotts's Confec- tionery Works, Newtown. fl78 WANTED AN OFFICE in Newtown.—Apply M.A., Express Office. flflO WANTED an APPRENTICE, about 14, to the Groeetyand Provision Trade,—Apply EVAN PARRY, Warwick House, Rhayader. fl88 WANTED. »n APPRENTICE to the HAIR-! DRESSING Business. — Apply, THOMAS MAXWELL, Ladyweil Street, Newtown. fl98 WHY Send your Lace Curtains and Feathers out of Newtown to be Cleaned and Dyed when yru can have them equally as well, or better and cheaper, at HOWELL'S, Eagles Lane, off Market at., Newtown. Feathers cleaned or dyed and curled in a few hours. Curtains Cleaned, Gentlemen's Clothes Cleaned and Pressed e^ual to new. Ladies, Light Dresses and Jackets Cleaned site Finished. Having had 27 years experience in the above.—Works: HOWELL'S, Eagles Lane, Newtown. s410 TO BE LET. TO LET, Chapel House at New Wells. Tenant to act as Chapel care-taker.—Apply, Rev. H. R. Evans, Rhiwfyd, Abermule. fl69 TO BE LET, Wernddn Farm, situate near the village of Churchstoke, containing- about 240 acre", possession 25th March, 1894.-For further particulars apply to Mr E. Lloyd, The Rectory, Berriew. f97 TO LET,—A COACH-HOUSE AND STABLE, situated on Pool->oid, Newtown. Ample room for two horses, and good e"eh-house.-Apply, Office of this Paper. fl40 eOOD GRASS KEEP nntil March 24th, 1894, on Pen Ithon Estate, Radnorshire, in Lots. Rome is good aftergrass mown early.-Addre": Mr Poole, Pen Ithon. Newtown, Montgomeryshire. fl63 TO LET, DOLOBRAN FLANNEL MILL, near Din&s Mawddwy. Great Water Power, with machinery in good order. Moderate rent.—Further particulars of A. B., Express Office. fl47 ima TO LET, at once, a good Carrying and Skinning Business House, Stabling, Loft and Skin House, Coach house, and some land, giving up through ill- health.—Apply at once to THOMAS BEAUMOUNT, Velindre, Knighton, Radnorshire. fl86 MONTGOMERYSHIRE. PENNANT, within two miles from Montgomery and within one from Abermule stations on the Cam- brian Railways. TO BE LET, this Commodious RESIDENCE, with gardens, orchard*, lawn tennis eroundfl, and with about 700 acres of shooting. From 10 to 20 acres of meadow land in front of house may be had if desired.-Apply to R. Lewis-Andrew, Esq., Glanhaf, ren, Abermule, or Mr Wm. Pritchard, Land and Estate Agent, Tanyfron, Garth my I, Mont. c390 LOST, STRAYED, ETC. LOST, 2 Cross-bred Kerry Hill EWES, piteh- marked with a X on rump.—Information to Morgan Davies, ifhydygroes, Chirbury. fiso LOST, on August 9th, on the Milford Road. Newtown, a Gold BRACELET.—Finder will be rewarded on returning it to the Express" Office. fl30 STRAYED, from New Mills, 2 EWES and Four LAMBS, and Two YEARLING SHEEP; L on Rump and on each side.—Any information to be given to W. Lewis, The Mill, New- Mills, Newtown, Mont. f116 STRAYED from Temperance Hotel, Tresynon, k3 about six or seven weeks ago, a Welsh SHEEP, fresh pitched P acroaa rump; old pitch and ear mark known. Anyone giving information to B. H. Phillips, will be rewarded. fl60 STOLEN OR STRAYED, from the Picton Inn Yard, Newtown, last fair, a light red Hereford COW, white faced, white to top of shoulder, and a little white over ramp. -Information may be given to Police Sergeant Morgan, Newtown. fl64 SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY. FOR SALE, a BAY MARE, 5 yea's old, steady in single or double harness.—Apply, VICAR, Kerry. fl84 FOR SALE a BAT rLESDON CAR in excellent condition. Suit horse 14 to 15 hands.—For r particulars apply, ALFRED J. MORRIS, Trade Hall, Llanidloes. fl87 OFFERS WANTED for 10 Ordinary Sharea of X5 each fully PRill in the Montgomeryshire Brewery Co., Limited.-Houry Jones, Plaa Tregayan, Llan. guyllog, Anglesey. fI72 CIDER BARRELS—A cumber of Clean Empty Barrels, to hold 50 gallons each, to be sold cheap.—John SWRin, 23, High-sfc.. Newtown. fi67 GRAPES and PEACHES can be had on apply- kA ing to the GARDENER, Aberhafesp Hall, New- town. e555 FOR SALE OR HIRE, a Brace of perfectly broken SETTERS.—For price and particular apply to j. R. Jones, Newtown. flul
In the fight between the troops and the miners at Lord Masham's collieries near Pontefract on Thurs- day night (reported on 5th paRe) eight miners were badly wounded by bullets. Three of them have since died, and two or three of the others are in a dangerous condition. A sppcial meeting of the Montgomeryshire Liberal Association is called for Tuesday, at the Victoria Hall. Newtown, in accordance with a requisition. The object of the requigilionere is to get the recent resolutions affectng the number of Borough delegates rescinded. BOSTOCK, WOMBWKLL AND BAILKY'S GRAND HIPPODROMR.-Thie g-an(i hippodrome, consisting of a gigantic combination of circus, double menagerie, end variety theatre, will visit this dis- triet next week, giving performances, at Llanidloes, Newtown (on Penygraig field), and Welshpool. This show is said to be one of the largest now travelling, and the programme submitted at every performance is such as to satisfy the most fastidious. There will be two performances daily, and one charge admits to all parts of the pavilion. Although the well-known menagerie shows of Messrs Bostock and Wombwell have visited this district previously, this is the first time Bailey's circus has been included. There will be no procession at mid-day, the extensive prepara- tions for the numerous performances rendering it impossible, but tn invitation is given the public to visit the undll prior to each performance. WtrLSH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.—The annnal general meeting of this association took place at thf Wynnetay Hotel, Wrexham, on Thursday evening. There was a large attendance of the Council and Club representatives. The President, Mr W Pattison presided. The secretary, Mr J. Taylor read his report for the past reason, 11180 the bal- ance sheet, which showed a balance on the right side of .£21914hløt The amount saved during thp p-,st season was JE15 10* Od. A scheme was brought for. ward fer inuring players, but on being put to the vote was defeated. It was decided to accept entri. s f' r the Challenge Cup rot la'er than Sept 15tb. Mr Pattison was re-elected president and Mr J. Taylor hon. sec. A b<»H«"t then took place for the el,-eticn of the Council which resulted as follows :—Mr W. H. Evans. Newtown, 22; Mr W. Cottam, Rhostyllen, 20; Mr R. T. Goagh Oswestry, 20; Mr Kelly Sandi- croft, 20; Mr E. Pennah, Wrexham. 18: Mr D. Smith, Broughton, 17; Mr J. E. Thomas, Chirk, 17 Mr G. H. Jones, Shrewsbury, 15;.Mr K. J. Hughe*, Flint. 13; Mr C. H. Berrio, Rhyl, 12; Mr Wiikes, Ruabon, 11. TheM were declared elected; there were five af jlflsr evidida.ie^ A vote of laamjw io the chairman e^wedtiumeerting.
HARVEST FESTIVALS. LLAXIDLOES.-The local Corps of the Salvatfoit Army held their harvest festival services on Sunday week, and special meetings were held throughout thi day. Tne barracks was decorated with fruits, flowers, and vegetables, which were kindly pre- sented by a large number cf friends ald sympR.thisers.. The goofls were sold by auction on Monday by Sergt.- Major Owen, and realised good prices. AigNItHAFESP -On Sunday week, the harvest thanksgiving services wore held at Aberhafesp church. At the morning service the Rev E. T. M. Evans, B.A., preached and at the evening service the Rev E. A. Fishbourne prelichd. The church was beaut;folly decorated by Mrs Proctor, Mrs and the Misses Ricardo, Mi-ses Polly and Gertie Parke. and Mr Evans, curate. The services were well attended, and at t.he close collections were made in aid of the Mon g.)me''yshir" Infirmary. BWLCHYFFRIDD.—On Friday, thank-g ving eer- vices wtr- held a,, Uwlohytiridd Congregational Chapel, at 2-3o auo 6-30 p.m. At the eveni g meeting some of the harvest, hymns from Sankey's collection were su"g, the solo and duelt. parts being taken by Misses P and E. Phillips, Cefnlydan; and Miss E. and J. J'.nes, Caecsppan. Mr l,cber s' Bettws, prcached 10 a iar,,e cong egati .in, taking for his text Romans ii, 45 v. Collections were mid* towarcfs chnrcb expenses. The pastor, the Rsv T. Powell Williatns, was unable to be plesenr, but Li- friends ,rill be glad to hear that he is mukiug sail-factor progress towards recovery. WELSHPOOL.—On Tuesday the harv> si. thanks- giving cervices in connection with the Wesleyan. 0nureh took place. An afternoon service was held at which the iiev J. Gi- ffith* (Prh-sbytenan it-inister, Groesilotfioirtted. 'J'ea was afiervv»rds heid in a field (kindly lent by Mr Samuel P. ier), to which a Inrge number attended. At the evening t-etvic? Mr David Pryc- Ga-rfawr, presid ng. a service of'sonff was givEn by tne We shpool We.-de>an Choir, under the able condnctorship of Mr Tom Drivie-, entitled, Martin Luther." Miss James hccompanied. and the readings were given by the Hov W. G. Dawson. The meetings were well attended throughout. POOL QUAY.—On Thursday the harvest festival services took place at the Patish Chutch. A celebration of the Holy Communion was held at 8 a.m., followed by a children's service sit 2-30 p.m., when the R;ôv J. Lewis, vicar of Ford, officiated. At the evening service the Rev J. Sawer, of Leightdn, preached an appropriate sermon. Mrs Roberts pre- sided at tne organ with much ability, and the musical part of the services were well rendered. Tea took place in the Schoolroom in the afternoon, and sports of various kinds, including dancing, were held in » field kindly lent by Mr W. P. Hole. Amongst those who contributed largely to the success of the services were the Rev R. J. Roberts, Messrs Jones (BLinkL Green (Red House), and J. Pugh (Colley). The decorations were elaborate, and carried out by the Viear's family and parishioners. BBRRIEW.—The harvest festival came off on Wed- nesday at the parish church, when the Rev Evan Jones, vicar of Llanllwchaidrn, preached a suitable sermon, and the other clergy present were the Rev J. Baines, vicar, Rev J. B. W. Williams, and the Rev J. Roberts, curates. The service was fully choral, and the anthem Ob, how manifold are Thy works (Psalm 104) was sung, the duet being taken by Miss Janet Lloyd and Mary Jane Griffiths. The collection was in aid of the curates fund. The sacred edifice was beautifully decorated, and looked exqui- site. The re-table was tastefully decorated with lilies of all colours, intermixed with other flowers and evergreens. The communion rails were hucg" with asters, dahlias, small sunflowers aud mot's. The cnoir stalls were also nicely adorned with aster# and dahlias, the flowers being mixed with different kindg of grain. The lectern was bountifully e.othed with lilies, berries, ivy and evergreens. The screen .was covered with a layer of moss, coated with ivy, and surmounted with small aunfl wers. lilies, berius, geraniums, asters, and other varities of flowers. From the screen arose several c t-us,e- cuni t)osed of wheat, the effect De'ng good. The pulpit was adorned with sunflowers, entwined with ivy and geraniums. The bareness of tho pews was relieve by a bunch o £ oa s fixed on each end. The pillar* were encircled with ivy, trimmed with moss, and doited with small flowers and berries. The font was decked with choice flowers which were ingeniously arranged at the top so as to form a cross. The flowers were white dahlias, asters, lilies (white and crinisoii) and intermixel1 with ivy and evergreens, the whole presenting a pleasing aspect. The side windows weie embellished with moss and covered with all kinds of vegetables, such as marrows, carrots, apples, plums, &o,. Great credit is due to the ladies for decorating i he church. The following ladies, assisted by the Viear, ex cared the work --iMi,s Baines. Miss Corbet-Winder, Hisr Bow, Miss Humphreys (Garthmjl Hail), Miss Wills and others. NEWTOWN.—On Sunday last the hftrvest thanks- |giv.ng services were held at the Wes ey*n Charoh, when, in the absence of the hev. Frederick Hunter, the pulpit was filled by the Rev. J. W. Lowry, of Montgomery. The interior of the saneuary proeentert a beautitol spec-acle, it being evident from thp elaborate decora- tions that much care and artistic skiil had been exercised in the arrang,m-xits of flowers, fruit, grain, and other produce. The pulpit WRS the cpntre d at- traction, and the design of the adornment was a 1. ge (l'OilS compo¡¡ed of whi: floiv(,;s in the c,,nii, e, w til bunches of grapo-a suspended from the pawl, On the bo"J¡;-rcst Were several pot plants, ami the were edged with flowers and corn. Wahin t: c Com- munion rails was a profusion ol spi -n ud specimens of flowering plants. The altar rails were lined asters, suspended from which was a fringe of oals. At the base was a quantity of vegetable^ effectively laid out. The whole excited the,,emirat,on of R!l be- holders. and reflected the highest credit upon the Misses Lloyd, who carried out the woik. The f iliars supporting the galleries wert) wreathed with giain, fancy ferns, and flower*, and the gas standards were similarly,treated, while the window cilia were ecu. el— lished with other produce of t he seacn. In thafter- noon a children's service was held, when Mr R J- Newell ably occupied the chair. ISh'jrt, but pithy, addresses were delivered by the Rev. W. Lowry and Dr. Ho!;s, and during the afternoon the children sangr special hymns. The sinking of the c'i. ir through ut. t'se day was creditable, the member.- being assisted by Mr D; T. Oliver at the or^an. The decorations were executed by theMissea Jessie and Ethel Lloyd, Miss E. Evans, Mrs Edward Davies, Airs J. E. L. Griffiths, Miss Amy Hunter, Mrs Jones (Li TI"r- road), Mrs Wilson, Miss Maud V.hitelev, Mi -ee Edwards and others. Flowers, fruit and ve?-ta! ies were given and lent by Mr Richard Lkvd, Mrs Kd. Powell (Plasvbryti), Mrs F. U. Ptuchas, Dr liusdj Mrs Parry Jones, Mr l. Brick, John Oliver and Sf'np Rishard Morgan (Bahaillon), Mr Morgan Morris. Mra Taylor, Mr Geo. Swain, Mr Bridgewnter, Mr John. Swain, Mr R Bird, &e. MONTGOMERY. Services of thanksgiving for the ingatheriig of the crops were hdd Ilt the Parish Church on Wedne-duy. Throughout Tues- day a large staff was at work embellishr g walls and windows, porticoes arid pillars with the fruits cf the bountiful harvest, and therjady m-inne> in which the fine interior of the grand old building lends itself to tasteful adornment com-iderabiy enhanced the effect of thi decorfttionf,, which were CIHI ied out by the following :—Mrs Brown, the Rectory, Misses Green, Ciun; Miss Harrison, Caerhowell; Mi-see Parker (2), Cneltenham (late of the Rectory, Mont- gomery): Mrs Allan. China House imrs J. 13. Allan and the Mioses Allan Miss Ada Jones, Sntton Mrs Tim and Mi-<s Ethel Williams, Stallce Miss Minnie Griffiths, Miss Downes, Miss Barrs, Mrs Jf)l" P, Lymore; Miss Bryan, Misf Lewis, Cheltenham Miss Price, Cefnycoed; Mixs Ruth Davie* Ili, a Olive Davies; We.tfelton; Miss Emily Dsvies, Church Bank; aud Mrs John Davies (clerk), Church B"nk. Holy Communion WHS celebrated in the early morn-, ing on Wednesday, and Choral Evensong took place at half-past two. There was a large congregation^ which completely filled the sacred edifice. The hymns were, Come, ye thankful people, tome" (pro- cessional, We plough the fields and i-eatt-er," ana Onwa.rd Christian soldiers (recessional). The anthem rendered was Praise the Lord" (Spinney in A), in which the k-olt, wes taken bj Mr Brigboustf. The Rev Prebendary J. Ptird read the first lepeon. and the Rev Prebendary Jellicorse, ricar of Clun- bury the second. A capital discourse was delivered by the latter, from Corinthians ii. 5 chap., 1 v. The ffertory taken was for division between the Mont- gomeryshire lPfirmary ard the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution. A parish tell, was provided in the National Schoolroom after the service, ane- this was attended by a very large nnmbLr. Amor gat those presiding at the tea tables and otherw^e assist- ing WHre the Kev and Mrs Brown, ilectory; Colonel and Mrs Harrison, Mr Pryce and Miss Harrison, Mr and Mrs Williams, ytalloe, Mr Bernie and Miss Ethel VVTliams, Mrs Graham, Miss Bryan, Mr and Mrs C. S. Pryce, Mrs and Miss Newe]!. Ada Jones. Sutton, Miss L. P. Tranter, Jones, Lymore, Miss Wilding, Miss Lewis, Cheltenham, Miss P. rrner. The Hoi ies, Mrs J. S. Allan ar:d the Jliss- S Allan Mrs Allan. China Hous". Mis- Minnie Griffiths, Mrs Davies, Onstle-street, the Misses Parker, Chel- tenham, Miss Davies, Comer ficuie. etc. During tea the Newtown Priz,, Band discourse;! eelectioLS of mueie, and afterwards played for dancing. FLOWER AND FRUIT SEF.VICE.—On Sunday afternoon, the 3rd inlilt,, a service as above was held at. Dolforwyu Church, attended by tèe chiJdreo. of the Sunday School ani the adult, members of the congregation. An eloquent address at;d suitable to the occasion was delivered by Mr Walter L. Davies, the Superintendent of the School, and a collection m aid of Church expenses was made. The offeririge of flowerf- and fruit, which were very considerable were t'o» warded to the Victoria Orphanage, Kilburn' London.