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DENBIGH.

ABERGELE.

BSYMBO AND BROUGHTON.

CEFN AND RHOSYMEDRE.

CHIRK.

CORWEN.

DOLGELLEY.

ERBISTOCK.

GKEtESFORD. !

GWERSYLLT.

HOPE.

LLANDUDNO.

LLANRWST.

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LLANRWST. CHURCH CHOIR EXCURSION.âThe annual treat given to the Church choirs of L'anrwst took place on Wednesday, September 10th, when, with the Rector and Curate, they made an excursion to RhyJ. Fortunately the day was fine, and many of the singers availed themselves of the opportunity to drive to places of interest, in the neighbourhood. A few distributed on their way placards and pro- grammes of Handel's Messiah," which is to be performed in the parish church, L'anrwst, ou Oct. 1st. At half-past one the party assembled for dinner. Afterwards some went to the Rink and Winter Gardens, and amused themselves in different ways. At seven o'clock they met at Rhyl station to go home, and all seemed to have thoroughly enjoyed their trip. CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOLS.â0:i Thursday, Aug. 28th, the Church Sunday schoo's, by the kindness of their well-wishers in Llanrwst, were provided with a good and substantial tea. At three o'clock they met at the National Scnoo-s, whenee they went in procession to St. Mary's Church. There they had a short service, find were addressed by the Rector. Afterwards they returned in procession to the National Schools, where tea was prepared for them. The tables were presided over by the teachers and the ladies of the neighbourhood, and there was no lack of good fare. After tea, there were games in a field kindly lent for the occasion by Mr. Griffith, of Cae Milwr, and the Llanrwst Brass Band, who gave their services gratuitously, enlivened the proceedings with some very excellent music. About seven p.m., the children re assembled in the schoolroom to witness a magic lantern, which appeared to be much appreciated. This concluded a very pleasant evening.

LLANAEMON-YN-YALE.

MALPAS.

MOLD.

RUTHIN.

CARNARVON.

LLANDULAS.