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FISHGUARD.

MAENCLOCHOC.

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MAENCLOCHOC. CHRISTMAS SERVICES. Several meetings were held in this local- ity on Christmas Day. The usual services were held at the Maen- clochog and Llangolman Churches, cond cted by the vicar, Rev. D. Howe 7 1. At Llandilo in the afternoon, the Lland.10 and Tabernacle Sunday schools met together to recite porhons of scrip- ture, etc. The Llandilo children recited a catechism on "Heaven," and sang the "Glory song." The adults recited 1. John v., and sang an anthem, conducted by Mrs. A. Melchor. The Tabernacle children recited two chapters from Y Fam a'r Plentyn," and rendered two tunes, Praise the Lord and "The Sweet Story of old," under the leadership of Mr. John Jenkins. The lesson of the adults was Hebrews xii. An anthem was also con- ducted by the old veteran Mr. Dl. Wil- liams. Both schools were-questioned by the Rev. D. Williams, pastor, who also conducted the devotional part. In the evening an united musical festival was held under the presidency of the Rev. D. W il- Tiams. Mr. W.Melchior introduced. Mrs. D. Davies, Maengwyn was the conductor, and as usual he did his work in a most efficient manner. All the tunes sung were from Y Caniedydd Cynulleidfaol," and the singing on the whole was -very good-. the rendering of some of the tunes being most effective. Two short addresses were given by Mr. W. Melchior and Rev. D. Williams. There was a fairly large audience, and the meeting turned out very successful. THE WEATHER. Last week we experienced very severe weather. We had hailstones, snow, frost, thunder and lightning. We have not had such a depth of snow for about twelve years,. On Friday night the wind was high and the snow drifted very badly, so that on Saturday the roads were in several places quite impassable. The railway too was blocked for a great part of the day. The first train which was able to pass was the 2.35 p.m. from Clynderwen to Good- wick. Last Sunday the congregations at all the places of worship were very thin indeed, and after the heavy downfall of snow on Saturday night, and the drifts, it could hardly be otherwise, for to travel a long way through the snow was most iffiQult.,

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