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Gronant Road. Ashdowu, Miss Gutteridge- Mr and Mrs Edgar & family, M'chester Mr and Mrs Clarry, Liscard Misses (2) and Master Clarry Rathdair, The Misses Simon- Mr & Mrs Candeland & family, Chester Mrs Jones, Liverpool Mr and Miss Jones Nant Mill Cottage, Mrs Ellis- Mrs and Misses Bullock, Swinton Nant Mill Farm, Mrs Waterhouse— Mr & Mrs Hoult and family, Liverpool Nant Mill Farm, Mrs Edwards- Mr & Miss Edwards, Chester
Nant Hall Road.
Nant Hall Road. Maelor House, Mrs Jones- Mr Percy Dobie, Chester Misses Dobie (2) Misses Holley (2), Worrall Mr & Mrs Davies, Liverpool Woodstock House, Mrs J Pryce Davies- Mr and Mrs Terrill, Birmingham Mr & Mrs Malin & family do Mr & Mrs Millard & family do Roseberry House, Miss Roberts- Mr and Mrs Wood, Middlesex Mr and Mrs Walker do Rev. F. W. Burrows, Rugby 0 Mrs Burrows, family & maid Fair View, Mrs Roberts- Mr and Mrs Crompton, & f, Manchester
Victoria Road. Bighbury Avenue, Miss Errington— Mrs Capt. Ritson, Solihull Misses Ritson do Mrs and Misses Bartlett, New York 1 Victoria Terrace, Misses Lunt— Mr & Mrs Latham & family, Prestwich Misses Simcox do Miss Ella Graham, Ashton-under-Lyne Miss E. S. Jones, St. Asaph Miss Marjory Fearnall, Eccleston Berkswell House, Mrs J 0 Jones- Mr & Mrs Lennon & daughter, Liscard Mr and Mrs Taylor and family, Rochdale Mrs Town, Rochdale Hawarden House, Mrs E Rowland Jones- Rev J P Williams, Newcastle-on-Tyne Mrs Williams & family do Miss Williams do Mrs Jones do Mr & Mrs R. Gillies, Birm'ham Miss and Masters (3) Gillies Stamford Cottage, Mrs Edwards- Mrs, Miss, & Master Spencer, Chester Misses Clegg (2), Pendleton Morannedd- Mr, Mrs & Misses (3) Garner, London Mrs and Misses (4) Parley, St. Helens Mr,Mrs & Miss Prydderch, Southampton Miss Bennet and Miss Horne do Mrs J & Misses (2) Protheroe, M'chester Mrs Stratliam, Pendleton Mr and Mrs Stratham, Swinton Miss C & Master H Stratham Vaenol- Mrs Owen & family, Rock Ferry Atlantic View, Mrs Porter- Mr & Mrs J H Stephenson, Formby Misses F & J Stephenson do Mr E Stephenson do Miss L Parkes do Mrs & Master Farrar, Knutsford Bryn Hyfryd, Mrs T A Jones- Misses Collins, Whalley Range Miss Christie, Liverpool
Sandy Lane. 1 Catherine Villa, Mrs Evans- Miss & Master MacGregor, Wrexham Misses Rogers (2) do Miss Brooks, do Misses Jones (2) do Miss Frost do Misses Summers (3), Preston Miss Whitehead do Miss Hiuks do Mr Kenyon 2 Catherine Villas, Mrs Joyce Mr & Mrs MacFarlane & baby do The Misses Fothersgill, Manchester Mr McGregor, Wrexham Misses E and A Consterdine do Masters Fred and Bob Ashton do Mr and Mrs Jones, Chester Miss Dooge do Nurse Newton, Rhyl Gorphwysfa Avenue, Miss Liptrot— Mrs Knight Barron, Hooton Master N Barron and maid Mrs Simpson, Hooton Tegfan, Gorphwysfa Avenue, Mrs Jones- Mr & Mrs Hibbert, Manchester Masters W and V Hibbert Miss Tetlow do
Marine Road. Dolowen, Mrs Clarke- Mr and Mrs H. Rogers and f, Moseley Miss Hogg, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Welsh, Liverpool The Misses and Master Welch, do Miss Davies, Liverpool Bryn-y-Mor, Mrs J. 0. Clarke- Mr and Mrs E Foster & f, Penketh Miss Dent, Sheffield Mr & Mrs Quinn & family, Liverpool Master J Quinn, Liverpool Mor Awel, Mrs Clarke- Mrs and Misses Moses, Shrewsbury Miss Danvers, Reading Miss Holdcroft, Stoke-on-Trent Miss E Tait, Chorlton-Cum-Hardy Mr and iirs Beecham and f, Liverpool St. Edward's— Mr and Mrs Rawson and family, York Mr and Miss Rawson, Nottingham
Grosvenor Terrace. Glenhurst, Mrs Alun Davies— Mrs Chidley, Sutton Coalfield Maurice and Dorothy Chidley Miss Marriott Mrs Montrose & family, Longsight Miss Arrowsmith Bodwyn- Mr & Mrs Hepburn, Wylde Green Misses (2) & Masters (3) Hepburn & maid Mr and Mrs Mason, Manchester Misses Mason Lumley House, Mrs Roberts- Mrs T. Owen and family, Chester Mrs Meaking, Chester Miss Morris Miss Hicks, Birmingham Eaton House, Mrs Watson- Mr & Mrs Cross, Flixton Messrs B. and F. Cross Miss Boardman, Urmston Mrs Taylor, Southport Messrs A. C. & 0. A. Taylor, Southport
Rosslyn Terrace. Rosslyndale, Mrs James- Mr & Mrs Roscoe & family, Clieadle Strathmore. Mrs Shaw— Mrs Miller de family, Liverpool Miss Jones, Liverpool 4, Mrs Dent— Mr, Mrs & Miss Ridgway, Stoke-on-Trent Mr Hawkins do Mr & Mrs Johnstone, Liverpool Miss & Master Johnstone do Miss Parr do 6, Mrs R Williams- Mr & Mrs M Tucker, Liverpool Mrs Harvey and family do 7, Mrs Roberts- Mrs Capt & Miss V Smith, Carlingford Mr & Mrs Fred Clarke, Manchester 8, Mrs Pooley- Mr and Mrs Collius, Liverpool Miss and Master Collins
Albert Terrace. 11, Mrs Simpson- Mr & Mrs Thompson, Liverpool Miss Elsie & Master George Thompson
Gronant Terrace. 2, Mrs Bughes- Mr and Mrs Watson, Manchester Master Herbert Watson 6, Gronant terrace, Mrs Crossley- Mr J. E. Kenyon, Earlstown Mr J. Russell, do Mrs Slann, Manchester Miss Gourley, do
Warren Road. Ford Bank, Mrs ttelton- Mr and Mrs Hack and family, Chester Misses Cato (5), Fairfield Miss Duff, Liverpool Miss Kelly, Southampton Avondale, Miss Eden- The Misses Cook, Birkenhead Mr & Mrs Cole & family, Liverpool Miss Banks, West Bromwich
Hafod Terrace. 5, Mrs Thomas- Mr and Mrs Dunn & f, Burslem Miss Baxter Miss Jessie Taylor, Norton-le-moor Mr W. Taylor „ MrT. Taylor 6, Mrs Hughes- Mr & Mrs Hughes & family, Patricroft Mr J. W. Green, Seacombe 9, Mrs Massey- Miss Forbes, Manchester Misses Gill, Liverpool Mrs Massey, Warrington Mr S. Williams Miss Gregg • .—
GWAENYSGOR. Bryn, Mrs Morgan- Mr and Mrs Lawson, Glasgow Plas Gwen, Mrs Jones- Mr Walker, Moston Miss Walker Saracen's Head, Mrs Jones- Mr & Mrs Smythe, Stonecroft Mr and Miss Waskin, Liverpool Miss Coxey Bod Ogwen, Mrs Parry— Mr W. Watkin, Earlstown Miss M. Watkin" Mr & Mrs Keil & family, Liscard Mr Shipton, Wolverhampton Bryntirion, Mrs T. Ellis- Miss L. Ellis, Old Colwyn Mr H. 0. Ellis Hill Crest- Mrs J Goold, Nottingham Mss A T Goold, Twickenham Miss C Goold, Brussels Mr A S Goold, London
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List of Visitors at Meliden.
List of Visitors at Meliden. Cefn-y-Gwrych, Miss Morgan — Miss Fylein, Manchester Miss Paxman, Wallasey Snowdon View, Mrs Neil- Mr and Mrs Compton, London Misses Melville, Liverpool Miss Jones do Post Office Terrace, Miss N Jones- Mrs and Miss Cheeseriglit, Wavertree Miss Atkinson, Pately Bridge Pen llan, Mrs Cunnah— Mrs W Cheeseright and family, Liverpool Heddychfan Mr & Mrs Bostock, family & maid, Cheshire Hillside, Mrs Charlton- Mrs A H Grimsditch and family, Liverpool Master Butcher do Mr A B Archer do Master Poyser, Chester Bryntirion. Mr W Williams- Mr, Mrs, Miss and Master Tulloch, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Hunt, Seafortli Mr & Miss Hunt Swan Cottages, Mrs Pritchard- Mrs Appleyard, Manchester Vale View, Mrs Griffiths- Mrs Letcher and family, Liverpool Mountain Ash Cottage, Mrs Thomas Mrs J James and family, Liverpool The N est- Mr and Mrs Anstee & family, New Ferry Nurse Anstee, Liverpool Laburnum Cottage, Mrs Andrews- Mr and Mrs W E Bales and family, Ormskirk Mrs Firth, Liverpool Castle house, Mr Hughes- Mr Williams, M.A.. and family, Stoke-on-Trent The Hollies Misses Bailey. Eccles Cefn-y-Gwrych— Mrs Howarth Liverpool Misses Howarth do Mrs Brocklebank and baby Cefn-y-Gwrych— Mrs Comely Birmingham Mre R J Comely, Liverpool Mr B Comely Miss Bessie Comely do Wenallt, Mrs Heyworth- Mr & Mrs Prudence, Halifax Miss Prudence Miss Kermode, Prestwich Mr Jackson, Failsworth Misses & Master N. Butler Mr Heyworth, Failsworth Miss Rushfo rth, Leeds
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! Sunday Services at Prestatyn.!
Sunday Services at Prestatyn. CHRIST CHURCH (Church of England), High St. 8 a.m. Holy Communion (English). 10 a.m. (Eng). 11 a.m. (Eng). [Rev. 0. J. Davies, M.A., Vicar. o-45p.m. (Welsh) Rev. A. Gray Jones, B.A. Curate 7-15 p.m. (Eng.) J BETHEL WELSH WESLEYAN CHURCH,Higli-st 10 a.m. Rev. E. Mostyn Jones. 6 p.m. HOREB WELSH WESLEYAN CHURCH Marine-rd 2 p. m. Rev. E. Mostyn Jones. 6 p.m. Mr P. Hughes. Prestatyn. REHOBOTH C.M. CHURCH (Welsh), High Street. 10 a.m. Rev. R H. Thomas, Llansannan. 6 p.m. TOWYN, 2 p.m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Vict. Avenue. 10-45 a.m. (English) Rev. D. Oliver, D.D., Holywell. 6-30 p.m. (Welsh) ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH of Wales, Nant Hall Road. 11 a.m. Rev. Arnold Evans, B.A. Garston. 6-30 p.m. 11 WELSH BAPTIST CHURCH, Old British School. 2 p.m. Mr H. Mostyn Jones, Ffynnongroew. 6 p.m. (English) Mr Perkins, Manchester. ST. JOHN'S ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHURCH, Station Road. 10-45 a.m. Rev. James Kent. 6-30 p.m. 11 TRINITY CHURCH (United Methodist). 10-45 a.m. Rev. W. J. Townsend, D.D. 6-30 p.m. CHURCH OF SS. PETER AND FRANCES (Roman Catholic) Gronant Road). Mass 10 a.m., Benediction 6-30. Rev. H. Bickerton Jones. SEVENTH DAY CHRISTIANS (Adventists). Here are they that keep the Commandments of God, and the Faith of Jesus."—Rev. xiv., 12. Services are held at Dr. Smith's, Drakelow, Victoria Road. 11 0 a.m. Sabbath (Saturday). 6 0 p.m. Sunday. Sunday subjects for August "The Second coming of Christ." "Signs of our Lord's Return." "The Seal of God." -The Mark of the Beast." "The judgment hour-a world-wide message." All are invited. No Collection. Bring your Bibles and notebooks.
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