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ABERGELE & PENSARN. NEXT SUNDAY'S SERVICES. Et. Michael's Church: 8 a.m., Holy Com- munion, 2nd, 3ixl, 4th, and 5th Sundays in the month; 11 a.m. on the 1st Sunday; 9.4-5 a.m., Welsh Service and Sermon; iioiy Com- munion on 1st ft lid 3rd Sundays; 11 a.m., English Service and Sermon; 2.30 p.m., Sun- day School in the Church House; G p.m., \» elsh Service and Sermon. yt. David's Uiiucii (Pensarn).—11 a.m., English Service and Sermon; 6.30 p.m., Eng- lish Service and Sermon. Clergy: liev. Cauon T. Joacs, M.A. (vicar), and Hev. D. liichards Griffiths, M.A. (curate;. Baptists: Student. CVngrcgatioaaiists Rev. Morgan Davies. Vv€»].\yans: 10, Prayer Meeting; 6, Rev. D. Morris. i a-ivinistic Methodists: Rev. Jonathan Doil-iS, St. n.sai!it. Presbyterian^: Rev. J. II. Da vies. THE SCHOOL QUESTION.—Great satis; fr.clion prevailed in this district when it be- came known, on Friday, that the County Council had parsed a resolution, with an over- "wlie-hning majority, disfavouring the proposal to give the AbergoiUtCounty School an agri- cu.tural bias. r OOTB ALL !•! AT<H.—PI avers represent a- tivo of Abergele Comity School and Dingle- School (Colvvvn Bay) took part in a football match, on the ground of the former team, on Saturday, the result being a victory for the homesters. The scores 'were .1-1. Today, the County School eleven meet the local town team. 31LLIARD TOURNAMENT. — We learn that a, bila-ard tournament is to take place shortly bet-ween teams representing Abergele Oolwvn JJav Conservatives. TILE KHASIA MISSION.—Dr. T. J. Jones, of the Khasia. Hills Mission, who lias spent Ills furlough in this district, has left lor Indie.. WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION. •—'ih-e meeting yesterday week, at the Calvinistie Methodist Schoolroom, under the auspices of the Women's Temperance Branch, was one of the most largely attended gather- ings ever held in the town. Mrs Jones, a Liverpool lady, and others, delivered ad- dresses. illE HARRiERS.—The third run arranged by the Athletic Club took place on Monday night, the result being:—1st, Hugh DtLviea (Tyler's), C-mins. start; 2nd, Will Davies (Bryutirion), 2-mins. start 3rd, Wilson Wil- liams (Church-street), 5-mins.; 4th, Richard Williams (Metropole), 4-mins.; Oth, Charles Davies (Crown Fish Stores), scratch. The Tout:? was fr?,h-cadqua,l.ters t{)e';1Il-y-GoPP:1; rl'n l' 1. J t 'I ]' Tr"r n.- L'"n '1'0'' ,J ']'11 4.I.U.a., .L.J, "V, .l'f.Lc. .loti, 'I o.ck t.o t ú r\ n.. PERSONALS..— Last week, Canon Jone-s, Tc;1,r. returned from his holidays.—Sir Her- bert Roberts, Mr J. R. Ellis, and other tcm- perance workers from this district, attended the West Denbigh Temperance Association, held at Bodfari, this day week.—Mr J. Alex- ander, of the County School, has obtained a teacher's certificate for woodwork. The ex- amination was held Last August, at the Aber- gele Summer School for Teachers. FUNERAL OF MISS ELIZA HUGHES.— Tho funeral of Miss Eliza Hughes, of Pro- spect House, Pensa-rn, whose death was re- corded last week, took place at the Cemetery, on Friday, the attendance being very nume- rous, and the services most impressive. The Rev. David Morris, pastor of St. Paul's Church (of which the deceased was a faithful member), delivered A brief address at the ser- vice held in the chapel, paying the dec-eased a striking tribute as one who lrad lived a good and useful life. The Revs. J. II. Da- v:.es, Morgan Davits, and Francis Jones also officiated. 'Ihe hymns "Yn y dyfroedd" and i>ydd my rod o ryfeddodau, were sung by the assembly. Among the chief mourners were Mr end Mrs Hugh Hughes (parents); Miss M. P. Hughes, St. Asaph; Mrs Palmer, Bodorgau; the Misses Nellie end GWJl Hughes (sisters); Messrs T. Llew. Hughes and Joseph. Hughes (brothers); the ML-ns Thomas, Cumberland House; and Mr Isaac Jones, Tirhwch, Cwm. FILLING A VACANCY. — At the Cafe Buddings, next week, there will be an election oi a member on the BorJrd of Management, to fill the vacancy created through the re- movalof Mr T. H. Owain-Jones from the dis- trict. CAROL SINGERS.—Three choirs of carol singers have been formed in the town. TEMPERANCE MEETING. — The Revs Daniel Williams, Llandduias, and H. Barrow W iLjams, Llandudno, addressed a united tem- peianee meeting at St. Paul's Chapel, on Sun- 1!;ght. lire Rev. W. G. Owen (Llifon) presided. THE CUL iiCII AND TEMPER,VNCE. ADDRESS BY SIR HERBERT UOBER M.P In an address del.vcrod to the members of the Sunday School connected with b.s church at Abeigele on Sunday last, Sir Herbert R< berts said that after a quarter of a century's associa- tion ltn the temperance mo rement his oi>.x,:on was that more lasting good was lendered the tau.se by the .miall meetings held in the little chapels of Lie rural districts, than by the big demonstrations held in the large and populous centres of industry. The cause of temperance, continued Sir Herbert, was making excellent progress, and he believed it could now be said public opinion was in its fayour. The medical men of the land were also upon its s'de, •ind the North Wales Temperancc Federation hsd almost ready a temperance manifesto, signed by over one hundred medical gentlemen in North Wales, copies of which thev hoped soon to have >ung up on the walls of all the schools n the iaiid li:e judges and magistrates, as well a.- the majority of their members of Par nent nUo KJpported temperance. The question, *io*w ^er, liijon which he would desire on this occasion to lay particular stress was, whether the Church was in favour of the temperance nevement to the extent it oug-ht to be? He could not ik lie\ e they, as friends of .temperance, could 3ver reach the goal of their iMbition with regard lo this matter wihout the whole-hearted support of tLe vhurch of Christ. They, in the. "counties of orh Wales, had a big tack to accomplish, for out of a population of some 500,000, oniy rbcut one-half were members of temperance organisa- tions. Splendid work, declared HHbuL in conclusion, was being done throughout the land by the Band of Hope movement, ai d the Gwyncdd Federation, recognising this, were making arrangements to establish a Baud of Hope Union for North Wales, in 11Oe that it would prove beneficial in the furtherance of temperance work among the i sing geneiation

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