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RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY.

COITNTY COURT.

THE TITHE DIFFICULTY AT LLANARTH.

CAPEL BANGOR.

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BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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BLAENPENAL. 1

CASTELL FLEMISH.

NEW QUAY.

LAMPETER.

LLANBADARN^PACT-

CRICKET.

CEREDIGION.

U.C.W. SECOND XI. v. ABERYSTWYTH…

TOn COUNCIL.

BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT.

THE QlLEEJSr AND THE NONCONFORMISTS'.

THE ESTABLISHED PHUKCH AND…

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THE ESTABLISHED PHUKCH AND WELS^ SERVICES. In the House of Lords, on Friday week, the Bishop, of Bangor moved the second reading of this Bill. The object of the Bill was to repeal a portion of Sectioac 2 of the Pluralities Acts Amendment Act, 18S5, whicbt unduly limits the power hitherto possessed by the Bishops of Ss Asaph, Baneror, Llandaff, and St David's, to require such ministrations in the Welslfc language as they think necessary in benefices within the irrespective dioceses.—The Earl of Powis moved that the Bill be read a second time that day six months.c-The Bishop of fet Aaph supported the Bill. He said it was impossible for the Church tj maintain a hold on the population in Welsh parishes with only one service in the Welsh language per day. They were anxious to correct the abuse, and to pro- vide two Welsh services in every parish where re- quired. lfthe-lawreruainedasatpreseiititwoulcldm more to disestablish the Church in Wales than any other cause they could think of.—The Earl of Car- narvon. was understood to draw the right rev. prelate's attention to the wording of the section of the Aet J which the Bill sought to amend.—The Earl of Kim- <i berley invited some expression of opinion from the j Government with regard to the Bill.—Viscount 5 Cranbrook said his impression with respect to the S Bill was certainly in its favour, but he should pro- pose that after the second reading some time should. f be given for consideration, in order to see whethec any, and, if so what, amendments ought to be intro- duced in committee.—The amendment was negatived, and the Bill was then read a second time.

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