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RE-OPENING OF WELSH ST, DONAT'S…

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RE-OPENING OF WELSH ST, DONAT'S CHURCH. This ancient and interesting fourteenth century Church was re-opened on Wednesday, after under- going a thorough restoration. Tne old church was fast going to decay. The open oak roof (a very tine specimen of construction) was dangerous the plastering was peiishing on the walln, the floor was damp and unhealthy, the windows were bidly glazed, water came in through the tower, the tower was clacked and iu an unsafe condition, and there wad neither light nor heat in the church. The roof has now been restored in oak, tne walls newly plastered, the tower painted and re-built in parts where necessaiy; new wood floors and filing have been furnished in the tower; Godwin's tile (loots have been placed in the chance', and a wood blcck floor under the chairs on coticteic; a new oik pulpit altar, lectern, font cover and chair i ave been fur- nistied; all the windows have been newly glazed in fret lead; new seats have been placed in tlx chancel two new winuows have been provided, as also altar cloth and haugings; a new stove lor heating and hanging coronas, fitted with Veritas lamps, for lighting the eJitice; and new oak dnor with wrought irou hinges. The exi erior has also been painted. A new path has bOen formed, and ritils ana entrance gat. s constructed. The nave his ..1..0 been tilted with cliaire, in plac of tlie old high seats. The cost of the entire wink lias been abmt £ 700, which amount has b.ell coil. cted by the untlrin efforta of the Rev. David Bowen, viciir of Cowbridge, who, with Ml, W. V. Huntiev, tnok a gre..t interest in the voik. Tim contractor (Mr. A A. James, of Cowbridgt) has car. led out the res: oration in a very suostantial and creditable manner from de.-wns and under the supervision, of the aichitects, Ale.»t.u. Kempsou and Fowler, of Liindmff. The Bishop of Llandaff was prevented through indi.-positiou attendingtheop;ningservic.'s. Morn- iug )layerwas said at eleven o'CfOCk in tile pre- sence of a ci- wded congregation. Tile Key. F W. Edmondes preached from KplieMans II., 21,22. Afterwards there wai a Ct'lbratlo¡1 of the Holy Communion, the celelnant being tl.e Kev. D. Bowen (vicar), who was assisted by tlie curate, ule Hev. T. Cynoti Davies. The following were the other clergy presentThe vicars of Llancarvan. SI. Hil iry.Llantwit Vardre, Llanvihangel, St. Mellnn's, Sr. George (P.ter.tone..uper.Ely), Llaog"D, Y.t,a. dowen, Lliiiiialketi, and Holy Trinity (Newpoiti, Hid curates, the Kevs. Joshua D>vief, Moon, and 10. Jones Li,y,f. Alter the cerelwmy Mr. W. V. tluntley and Mrs. John (Caercady) etites tained the visitors to luncheon.

BAZA.AU AT NEWPORT.

I MR. ABRAHAM, M.P. AT BEDWAS.'

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