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BAZAAR AT CONNAIFS QUAY. A two- d ays' bazaar was opened at St Mark '? A two-days' hazaar Wit" opc-ned at St. Mark'" ?at-onh?. ?choo? on Wednesday, the object boin? to raise funds towards paying off the debt re- maining on the new Wopte Presbyterian Churc-h, amounting to L 1,800. The cost of the chapel in the first instance was £ 3,300. £ 1,500 of which has I been raised already. The room was artistically (ieccratod, the stalls being arranged1 down one side of t .e school, the draperies on the stalls producing a most, pleasing effect. The following were the committee responsible for the arrangement- The Rev. Edward Griffiths (pastor), Mr. J. T. Hum- pluvyn (chairman), Mr. John Forbcr, &mr. (treasurer), Messrs, Hugh Hughes and W. Vickers thot,. secretaries;, Messrs. VV. Jones, B. Hughes, T. Mathias, A. Forber, S. Vickers, J. Hutton, G. F. Roberts, H. Jones, W. Mathias, A. Parry, W. Shaw. W. Coppack. T. C. Jones, W. Parry, E. Edwards, A. E. Humphreys, W. Forber, W. Vic- kers, E. Davies, W. E. Jones, etc. Th" opening ceremony was performed by Mrs. J. R. Freme, of Wpr,ô Hall, Mr. E. S. T.iyior presiding. Among those present were the Revs. E. Griffiths {pastor^. J H. Davies (E.vloe), Messrs. D. Edwards, J. Princ-f, J. T. Humphreys. Mr. and Mrs. E. Biane Mrs. and Miss Morris, Captain Conway, Mr. T. Mathiae, Mr. R. C. Roberts, Mr. H. Hughes (iion. bejietary), etc.—-Mr. E. S Taylor, in his opening remarks, said there wor" differences of opinion in religious matters, and he yielded to no one in hi. love and loyalty to the Church to which he be- longed; but there was nothing incompatible in coming to assist on an occasion such ae that. There were times when we required toleration, and he ventured to think if they were brought together more, and exchanged ideas, they would find that they were not so far apart as tlify might, think. (Applause.) fie found that the friends had erected a beautiful edifice at. a cost of £ 3.300. This must have cost them a great personal sacrifioe, but the church was one of which t'nev and the town might fef>! justly proud. He was pleased to know that a large amount had. bv their enerttv and devotion been paid off but a debt. of £ 1 800 still remained, a.?d it was to liquidate that debt that the bazaar was lioing held that. da.y. From wnat he saw be- fore him there was the means and opportunity of paying off a good portion of the debt. They all regrert<-d the absence of Mr. Frcme. and lie ex- pressed the hope that he might. soon J* restored to health, so that. ho would be able to assist Mrs. Pveme on occasions of that kind. -The Rev F. Griffiths proposed, and Mr. J. T. Humphreys seconded, a hearty vote of thanks to Mrs Frenic- for her kindness.—There were various side shows including "The Old Curiosity Shop." under the managüment of Messrs. Joseph Forber and John K Humphreys. During the uveiling the Weprc x lt-rrct troupe delighted large audiences with their humorous sketch, entitled "Kill or Cure," the fol lowing taking part:—Mr. A. E. Humphreys Mis Annie Parry, Mr. J. Forber, Mr. W. Coopack Mr. T. Vickers. Mr. T. M. Roberts and Mr. T Mathia-A The following- were the stalls and stall- holders :—"The Cedars." Mesdam&s T. Mathias G. Roberts Cooper, J. T. Prince, Misses May Roberts, M. Wilkinson, P. Vickers and L. Vickers; "The Firs. Misses Annie Parry. Shaw M. P. Vickers P. Coppack and L. Coppack: "The Ho:!ies Mesdames K L. Jones, W. Dodd Wil- liams, A. Coppack. Misses I). Vick-r-3, Hu m- phry, J. Vickers, M. Vickers. West and M Brown. Tho refreshment stall was presided over by Mesdamos S. Vickers W. Jonce, J. Hutton Coppack Davies, W. Lloyd. Wymw, Misses A. Lloyd. F. Hughes, P. Jones.—The opening cere- mony on Thursday was performed by Miss Morris, of Liverpool, under the presidency of Mr. C. S. Furdo-n M.B., Connah's Quay.

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