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ABERGELE & PENSARN.

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ABERGELE & PENSARN. ECCLESIASTICAL. — In the absence of the Rev. J. H. Davies, the Rev. C. L1. Williams, Bangor, will preach at the Presbyterian Church, next Sunday. LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.—At the Cafe LedTure Hall, on Tuesday, a meeting of the Executive Committee of this Association was hoerd, when it was decided to arrange a pub- lic meeting for the 18th NovemV-r, and the annual meeting for the election of officers, etc., for the first Tuesday in December. CAFE CLUB LITERARY SOCIETY.—The committee of this Society are busy preparing the syllabus of the meetings for the session, the first of whicit will be held on the 4th prox., under the presidency of Sir Herbert Roberts, Bart., M.P. The officers are:- Chairman of committee, Mr G. T. Evans, Haulfryn; secretary, Mr John R. Ellis, Berthtopic; and assistant secretary, Mr Wm. Davies, Town Hall. PROPOSED CHESS CLUB. A meeting having for its object the establishing of a Chess Club for the district is announced for Monday next. The sellcretai-y of the move- ment is Misa Ada B. Gittens, of the School House.

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