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ABERGELE & PENSARN.

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ABERGELE & PENSARN. CHURCH FUNDS.—As a result of the drama- tic performance given by the Hon. Mary Hughes' party at the Church House last week, a sum of nearly £13 is available to be devoted to various Church funds. TANNERY FOR SALE.—The Abergele Tan- nery is again in the market. Mr Pickup, the for- mer manager, has commenced business at Mold, a.nd he has taken several of the workmen into his employ. Some of the others have this week obtained work at Llanrwst. OBITUAPvY.—On Friday last, at Brvngwcn- alit, the death occurred, at an advanced age, of M iss Evans, for many years in the service of the Bryngwenallt and Tanrallt families. Deceased was a Merionethshire lady, and came into this distr;ctjy?out thirty-two years ago as nurse at Bryn-ogwen with the late Mr and Mrs Wynne. She was a. 'faithful member of the C.M. Church, and at the sarvice on Sunday night a memorial hymn was sung. The funeral on Monday was very largely attended, among the mourners be- ing Mr Evans, Bootle (brother-in-law); Miss E\ans, Bala (niece); Sir Herbert and Lady Roberts, Bryngwenallt; Mr D. Trevor Roberts, Tanrallt; Mks Wynne, Brynogwen, with the household stall's of Tanrallt and Bryngwenallt. The officiating ministers were the Revs Francis Jones and J. Henry Da vies. There were a large number of floral tributes.

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