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FELINFOEL. j Anniversary aervices were held at Ad u lam Chapel throughout Sunday 'nd on Monday evening. There were large congregations at every service, and the special preachers were Revs. J. Jenkins (t vili), Amuumford, and W. EL Jones, Talybom, who prcached excellent sermons. —o— On Monday evening Mr. W. Jenkins, Adu- lam Row, met with a very serious accident. He was driving tw horses down Pelinfoel llill, when one of tlie horses was frightened by a passing motor car, und Jenkins was thrown out, and fractured his two legs. The whole mountain-side near Alltyxran Farm was in a blaze on Friday, and con- s'der able damage was done, the fire being only extinguished with difficulty. It is alleged that it was wantonly set on lire, and a substantial reward is offered for any infor- mation which will lead to the detection of the perpetrators. —o— At the. advanced age of 65, Mr J. Griffiths, Raglan Terrace, passed away on Friday morning after a long illness, and his mortal remains were laid to rest at Capel Newydd Cemetery on Monday Considerable sympathy is felt with the three. bereaved daughters. The Library has been in the handa of the painters for the last few days, and now pre- sents a most pleasing appearance both inter- nally and externally. A very special meeting of the Library Com- mittee will be held on Saturday-at 6 o'clock, in order to consider the terms and duties of caretaker to succeed Mr. M. Humphrey, who has resigned. Mr. D. Thomae, Park View, was elected on Saturday night to succeed the late Mr. B. Ellis as secretary of the Philanthropic Lodge at the Greyhound Inn. --0- Not for many years has so much, interest been taken at the beginning of a cricket sea- j son as on Saturday last, when the members of the local team re-donned their flannels, j Nearly every available player turned out, and- a splendid practice game was indulged in, the captain, H. Griffiths, selecting a team against the vice-captain, D. J. Saunders After a very pleasant game the captain's team lost by 38 runs. For the vice-eaptain's team, P. Davies was easily, the best, with 24 runs to his credit, the same player .\180 taking two wickets for 7 runs. A good start, Phil! For the losers, E. Roberts was best with the bat. The most successful bowler of the day was E. J. James, who took 7 wickets for 14 j rune. Perhaps the most interesting phase of I the match was the re-appearance of Jere Griffiths, after an absence of three years in the United States. That he has not forgotten his cricket was readily evident. He was rather unfortunate with the bat, but he was successful with the ball, taking 5 wickets for 15 runs. Âi3 a start of the season the game I was in every way excellent, and gave every promise of a highly successful season. On Saturday next a strong, side has been selected to journey to Giraant,

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