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ABERGELE AND PENSARN. CHURCH SERVICES. St. Michael's Church.—8 a.m., Holy Com- munion, 2nd, 3Td, 4th and 5th Sundays in the month; 11 a.m. on the 1st Sunday; 9.45 a.m., Welsh Service and Sermon; Holy Communion on 1st and 3rd Sundays; 11 a.m., English j Service and Sermon; 2.30 a.m., Sunday School in the Church House; 6 p.m., Wcieh Servics and Sermon. St. David's Church (Pensarn). 11 a.m., English Service and Sermon; 6.30 p.m., Eng- lish Service and Sermon. Clergy: Rev. Canon T, Jones, M.A. (vicar), Rev. D. Richards Griffiths, M.A. (curate). Welsh C.M. Chap-el.-lo a.m. and 6 p.m., Rev. John Oweij, M.A., Criccieth. English Presbyterian Church (Pensarn).— 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. J. Henry Davies, pastor. Welsh Wesieyans.-IO, Rev. J). Morris; 6, Mr J. H. Jones, Llanfair. English at 11.15, Rev. D. Morris. Welsh Baptists. E-ev. W. G. Owen (Llifon). Welsh Congregationalists. Rev. W. Da- vies, pastor. BOY SCOUTS.—A party of Boy Scouts are encamped at Pensarn. Among the hundred who are quartered in Coed Coch Park are twelve from this district. They left the town on Saturday, and will remain under canvas until the 27th instant. THE REGISTRAR.—The district relieving officer and registrar of births and deaths (Mr J. Ellis Williams) has this week taken his tresidance at Albert Cottage, Castle Place. MR JUDSON'S SUCCESSOR.—Mr James Buchanan, of Oban House, Kinmed-terrace, being the only nominee for the vacant seat in Pensarn Ward, he has been declared elected as councillor in place of Mr G. Hubert Judson, who some weeks ago resigned. MORE ATHLETIC SUCCESSES.—Hardly week passes without a record being made the successes of local athletes. On the Skating Rink, at Rhyl, on Friday, the two- toile Marathon race was won by Charles Da- vies (Rhuddlsn-road). There were five com- petitors, and another local athlete (Will Da- vies^ came in second. Jack Davies (brother of the last named) also secured first prize in the high jump competition at Dolgelley the other day. S^XD-MODELLING COMPETITION. —. The names of the winners in the girls' class at the above competition, inadvertently omitted last week, are as follows :-J., Ruby Fairs and Elsie Toothboth, of Birkenhead (their model being a lion); 2, Enid Parry, London House, Abergele. Messrs Rodhouse, Dave-n,try, and Deane, Altringham, were the adjudicators. Whilst themod-els were being inspected the competitors were supplied with boxes to collect in aid of the Abergelo and Pensarn Nurses Fund. The sum collected Was 6a 4d. DEATH OF MR CARTWRIGHT. His any friends will learn with regret of the death, which occurred on Friday morning, of Mr Cartwright,of Girvan House, Pensarn, after a lengthy illness. The funeral took place at the public cemetery on Monday LARGE CONGREGATIONS attended' the services at the Baptist Chapel on Sunday, the preacher being the Rev. W. G. Owen (Llifon), the new pastor. Sir Herbert Ro- berts, M.P., was present at the evening ser- vice. SCRIPTURE PRIZE WINNERS.—At the C.M. Chapel, on Sunday afternoon, the book prizes awarded annually by the Abergele District Sunday School Union to those who. obtain the highest percentage of marks at the Scriptural examination were given to the following:—Lily Williams, Compton House; Gwyneth Griffith, Bryn Llywelyn; Enid Evans, Pentrema-wr Farm; Nellie Owen, Bridge House; Annie Parry Jones, Tan- "rallt Bach; Enid Parry, London House; IdwaJ Parry, do.; Ruth Lloyd, Grenville- tfcaoQ; Annie Williams, 7, Bryntirion. Henry Williams (son of Mr Thomas Wil- liams, New-street) was not present to receive his prize, having some weeks ago gone out to Canada. ANOTHER PRIZE FOR "ROCHWYN FOREST KING.This agricultural stallion, the property of Mr R. J. Davies, of Bod- Tochwyn Fawr, won premier honours at the Agricultural Show held to-day week at Mold, Mr George Inman's horse being second. Mr Davies is heartily to be congratulated upon his successes with this valuable animal. THE SMITHFIELD.— Mr Chas. P. Sheffield conducted his weekly sale in the Smithfield on Monday, and was favoured with a good supply of stock which, met a ready demand and a good clearance. Fat cattle soLd up to JB18. A good lot of barrens and young stock were on offer, and there were plenty of customers for them. A full market of sheep and lambs met an im- proved trade, practically all being sold at most satisfactory prices. Mr E. Roberts' lambs made 21s; Mr Henry Jones' 25s; Mr J. E. Williams' 25s 9d; Mr John Edwards' 21s 6d; Mr John Ro- berta' 20s 6d; Mr P. Pritchard's 20s 6d; Mr A. Borthwiok's Ms; Mr P. Jones' 23s 9d; Mr C. Pierce's 25s 9d; Mr O. Jones' 219 3d; Mr Thos. Davies' 239 6d; Mr P. Thomas' 21s 3d; Mr E. Jones' 21a 6d; Mr J. Williams, 238 6d; Mr Jno. Owen's 223; and others up to 208. Calves were Rsarce and) dear. The stock included J* Cattle, 46"; calves, 9; pigs, 13; sheep and' lanjSs, 720. 'An extra range of penning1 is now in course of erection, and will be ready for next sale on Monday next. The first annual safe of store cattle, ewes, and rams, and &tore lambs will be held second week in September. I