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THE CHURCHES. THe Rev. Humphrey Ltoyd. who has been one of the ctit-ates of the parish of Flint during the past six year*, has boon offered -by the Bishop .)f fit. Asaph, and has accepted, the living of Llan- Ã dcwi, near Llanrwst. NEW RECTOR OF GWYTHERIN. I I., The Rev. Uaciwaiadr Williams, JO.A. ki-en- ,wrdd Miuioc), curate of Corwon, haa accepted bhe living of Gwytherin. Mr William* was ordained iri September, 1911. CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOLS. The Hev. J. D. Jones, hon secretary Welsh Inter-Diocesan Sunday School Union, dasires to point out that the lessons in the third year's oourse, published by the Sunday School Institute tome years ago, do not fit in with the Church's year, 1915-1916. He oug?esM that %fter Lesson I5 on Iaroh 5th, Lessons 35-39 should be taken in the five Sundays up to and including April 9th. Then Lesson 18 on April 16thj 19 on Easter Day, April 23rd. Lessons 16 and 17 could come o,4 the two Sundays immediately before Advent,

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