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THE CHURCHES.

MANCHESTER REJECTS FREE TRADE

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I THE WELSH CHURCH.I

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SAND BLOCKS RAILWAY AT BARMOUTH.

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MR ABRAHAM FOULKES, ABERGELE.

REV. D. J. JAMES. I

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REV. D. J. JAMES. I The Rev. D. J. James, B.A., formerly curate-in-charge at Llandudno Junction, passed away on Friday, after a few hours' ill- ness, at Barlectono Vicarage, Leicestershire. Ihough of a retiring and unobstrusivo nature, Mr James is well re.memb?red at the Junction and district, after a lapse of eight years, as a most devoted worker and able preaoher. He came to the Junction from Denbigh, and left on March 25th, 1908, to take up duties in Hawick, in the diocese of Natal, South Af- rica, as successor to his intimate friend, the Itcv. Eben. Evans, at present vicaT of Ho!y Trinity Church, Oswestry. On that occasion he received several gifts from the Llandudno Ju&tion parishioawsrs. Last summer Mr James came home on furlough, and undertook the temporary charge of the parish of Barle- stone, in the absenoe of the incumbent on military duty. Hard work in a trying climate in South Africa had somewhat improved his constitution, but he had looked forward to re--umiiig his work there at the end of the prcti. nt year. Few men were so genuinely lovod and respected as Mr James, and his memory will long be cherished. The last rites were performed by Canon Bowers, of Market Bosworth, assistod by some of the neighbouring clergy. Amoiig the mourners present wero Mr J. Roderick James (brother), Dr. Hubert, and the Rev. Eb-ii. Evans.

AIR I. F. WALUS HA WS. J

i MRS LUXMOORE, ST. ASzlpll.I

FUNERAL OF "ALAFOX."1

PAPER, AND PAPER-MAKING MATERIALS.

RHEUMATISM-KIDNEY . TROUBLE

IMEDITERRANEAN FORCE.

ICapt KENNETH REES HABERSHON

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I »DEATH OF) IMR. K. J. EDWARDS,…

I THE VERNEY REPORT.

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