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ITHE CARNARVON REGATTA. 1…

CARNARVON.

CORWEN. I

LLANFIGAEL.

! BETHESDA.

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BETHESDA. On Saturday last, the monthly prayer meeting of the neighbouring churches was held at Glanogwen School- room. There were two gatherings, one at two p.m., and the other at six p.m. Each meeting was commenced by the Rev. J. Morgan, Incumbent, and members of the following churches took pai,t-Uaiillechid, St. Anne's, Gelli, Llandegai. Llanbei-is. and Waenfawr. The evening meeting especially was well attended, and we can safely say, that it was one of the most successful meetings that has been held for some time. The next monthly meeting is to be at Pentir. The Rev. J Wilkinson, one of her Majesty's Inspectors, has been during the past week inspecting the several schools in the town and neighbourhood, and he appeared greatly pleased with them all. ACCI))ENT,Wbiile ;t gentleman aml lady was driving from Rethcsda to Bangor, on Wednesday last, the horse took fright and ran away, and when near the Half-way House the carriage was upset. Both parties are greatly injured. It is a great pity that the turning in the road at this point is so abrupt. During the past few years, se- veral sad accidents have occurred there. It is to he hoped that the proper authorities will remedy the evil, for fear we shall hear next time of some lives being lost.

DENBIGH.

I FESTINIOG.

IHOLYHEAD.

RUTHINf.

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