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19 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

RHOS-ON-SEA.

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OLD COLWYN.

CONWAY.

LLYSFAEN.

GYFFIN.

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GYFFIN. SOAR WELSH WESLEYAN CHAPFT Services next Sunday, iQ am SS f Mr. R. Jackson, Llanddulas d 6 p m" SILOH C.M. CHAPEL • Sunday, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. 'CeS nCXt CHURCH INSTRUCTION T vr TURES. The first of a series of five dresses arranged by the Diocesan ComZ" tee of the Church Defence Institution was delivered at Gyffin, on Wednesday evening last, by Mr A G. Kaye, one of the appointed lecturers, to a large, attentive and apprecia- tive audience. The lecturer covered the subjct matter of Lecture I, and treated ex- haustively of the origin and variety of Church property, and forcibly objected to the injustice of any measure by the Govern- ment to confiscate ancient endowments which were at no time given by the State, and he declared that what secular authority had not bestowed wouLd be sheer robbery to apply to common purposes. Mr Kaye traced with much lucidity and interest the different steps in the development of the Church in this country through many vicissitudes and encroachments on the part of Monarchs and Governments, and he strongly advriaedi the youxujer people to be- came acquainted -viffl The history of their* latnerland, and to inform themselves of the many native celebrities who have exercised a perm ment influence upon their fellows. The Rector, in returning thanks to the lecturer, pointed out the many perversions of facts against the historical position of the Church, and incidentally mentioned how the same set of Communion vessels have been used in the Parish Church for close upon two hundred years, and that there are several earlier instances of continuity.—The next address will be given by Rev. T. C. Jones, B.A., Rector of Llangelynin, on Wed- nesday, January nth, the subject being, "The Church's observance of its Trust." We may be permitted to mention that a Social evening will be held on Friday, 30th inst., and a treat given the Saturday following to the Sunday School members.

ILLANDUDNO.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

CARNARVON. j

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TALYBONT.

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LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

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