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That all the steamers have ceased running betweeyt, Liverpool and the Menai Straits. That the Alexandra made its last trip on Tuesday. That many persons availed themselves of the last opportunity. That the official test- of the sword-bayonets served out to the Monmouth Engineer Militia has jiist been completed, with the result that 17 percent, have been condemned as useless. That Portmailoc, already possesses such a society, which proves a great source of pleasure- to the neighbourhood as well as the members. That the concerts at St. Mary's Schools hid fair to be a very popular addition to the winter evenings' entertainments in B iTLror.

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C, Mention this paper. There was no restriction against bis acting as agent. Mr Orme, Mr Williams, Mr Henry Poole, and other residents, was presented, complaining of the use of Gallows Point as a practice range for the Cheshire and Carnarvonshire Artillery Volunteers, and requesting the Corporation to withdraw their sanction. Letters supporting the petition were also read from the Rev. When Sir Richard Bulkeley was dying the big guns were fired, and the windows of the bedroom at Baron Hill were violently shaken. Carriage horses frequently refused to pass that point of the road. Hughes and other members spoke against the continuance of the range; and as the petition was only received that morning, its consideration was deferred to another meeting.

The auctioneer is Mr G. Felton, of Llandudno, and the place of sale the Public Hall. The sale should be one of unusual attraction to builders and speculators, as the situa- tion is all that can be desired-- and as land in this favouriSe resort has improved so much in value lately, a successful issue may be fairly anticipated. Morning prayer was said by the Rev. Jones, vicar of Llandinor- wic, and at evensong prayer was said by the rector and curate, and the Rev J. Davies, vicar of St David's, Liverpool, preached after both services impressive and soul-stirring sermons. Having ven- tured to choose our own day, some anxiety was felt lest the congregations should be scanty-but the result proved the wisdom of the course adopted.

Within the memory of the oldest Churchman, such large congregations were never seen in the mother charch of this much-partitioned parish. In the evening benches had to be placed in every available spare place to accommodate tbe worshippers. The offertory was given, as usual on this occasion, in aid of the funds of the Bangor Infirmary. The following is a brief description of the well- arranged decorations: The walls were covered with crosses of'different flowers, ferns, and moss, surrounded by wreaths of black- berries and creepers. The altar rails were covered with moss and white flowers, vrith fringe of oats and barley hanging down. On tbecommunion table were placed atands with grapes, tigs, apples, and other fruit.

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HuhqB, cur-ite of Carnarvon, the lessons and prayers being read by the Rev. Morgan rectc-rRev. Tndor Owen and Rev. At St George's Welsh services were held, the Rev. Thomas being the morning preacher, and the RrJV. Morgan Penfroof Llansantffraid, the evening, preacher. WilliamR and the Rev. Griffith Colwvn Bay, also assisted in the services The Rev. Hughes preached at the after- noon service at St Tudno's, aud at Bodafon the Rov. Evans, viear of Bettwsvcoed, preached. Trinity Church was splendidly docorated by the following ladies: Howarth, the altar and rails; Miss Marsden, Miss J.

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