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-= '7--==-= J i < I _)l;'<- -= _r: ((-' I' I j¿ ..t (, //J '(//('; 4£'==,=- ;4) ("        ?.=     ?E*   ??? ?????????*????????? "mf? f ,1- Argraffwyd "Hanes fesleyaeth Gymreig" xn y Swyddfa eang uchod. Danfonwch chwithau eich Owaith Printio yno. ———— EVAN THOMAS, BANGOR. ANNUAL MEETINGS OF THE I NORTH WALES FEDERATION OF — Evangelical Free Church Councils, TO BE HELD AT DE N BIG H, March 25th and 26th, 1914. .PKOGRAMMEv Wednesday, March 25th:— 5 p.m.—Meeting of the Executive, at Swan Lane Schoolroom. > 6.45 p.m.—A Service in Welsh, at Swan Lane Chapel. Preacher: The Rev. W. J. Nicholson, Portmadoc. 8 p.m.—A Service in English, at the Eng- lish Presbyterian Church (Vale Street). Preacher: The Rev. Thomas Phillips, M.A.,Bloomsbury, London. Thursday, March 26th:— 10 a.m.—At Swan Lane Chapel. A Confer- ence, in English, on Can the Evan- gelical Free Churches be brought « into closer union, for the purpose of co-operation? If they can, how ?" Chairman: Rev. J. Puleston Jones, M.A., Pwllheli. Opener of the general discussion: Rev. D. Gwynfryn Jones, Fflirit. At the close of this meeting Miss Gee's r Medals to the Oldest Sunday School Scholars will be awarded. 2 p.m.—At Pendref (Wesleyan) Chapel. A Conference, in Welsh, on "The Evils of Over-lapping." ("Y Niwed a ddeillia o Or-liosogi Capelau.") Chairman: The Rev. O. L. Roberts. Speaker: The Rev. W. O. Evans, Liverpool. Opener of the general discussion Rev. R. J. Jones, Twrgwyn, Bangor. The President, Rev. O. L. Roberts, will deliver his Valedictory Address in Welsh, either before or after the discussion. 5.30 p.m.—A Meeting of Delegates and Personal Members, at Swan Lane i Chapel, to receive the Reports of the •; Secretary, Dr. D. Oliver, Holywell, and the Treasurer, Hugh Owen, Esq., Llandudno Junction; and to elect Officers, Executive Committee, &c., for for the ensuing year. (Messages frorrz the Councils of the Federation, y. Notices of iAlotior, &c., should be sent to the Secret- ary, in writing, before this meeting, so that they may be dealt with in order, and without Undue expenditure of time). p.m.-A GREAT PUBLIC MEETING, at Capei Mawr. Chairman: William George, Esq., J.P., C.C., Criccieth. Speakers: The Rev. W. J. Nicholson, Port- madoc; The Rev. J. Puleston Jones, M.A., Pwllheli, and others. plate :-(1) Provision will be made for Delegates and Personal Mem ers by the Local Council. (2) The names of those requiring sleeping accomodation must be sent to the Secretary of the Local Council (Rev W. E. Roberts, B.A., Bryndisgwylfa), Denbigh, as soon as possible, and not later than March 18th, 1914. (3) Inasmuch as this is the last Annual Meeting before the long-looked for Disestablishment and Disendowment Bill becomes law-barring accidents—it-is particularly im- portant that all Council should send a strong delegation.

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