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G L YNCEIRIOG. THANKSGIVING SERVICES FOR THE HARVEST were held in this church on Thursday, October 16th. The Litany was read at 3 p.m. by the Rev. D. Carrog Jones, curate, Llangollen, and a splendid addres given by the Rev. Canon Wynne Jones, Chirk, founded on Psalm 118, and part of the 15 verse. The hymns selected were, 381, 228, and 883, ancient and modern. At 7 p.m. the evening service was read by the Rev. D. Carrog Jones, curate, Llangollen, and the Rev. D. Jones, vicar of Glyn, read the lessons, followed by a very impressive sermon by the Rev. David Jones, of Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochnant, from St. Luke xvi. 25 verse. The church had been very tastefully decorated with corn, flowers, ferns, and ever- greens, by the following ladies:—Mrs. G. Briscoe, 1 .1 and Mrs. Falloon, The Laurels Mrs. R. Thomas, Brynderw; Miss Edwards, Vrondeg; Miss Hughes, Rhos-y-coed; and Mrs. Morris, Cam- brian Terrace. The evening service was very hearty. The anthem was "Mar lliosog yw dy weithredoedd," and as the congregation was dispersing the choir sang Can Moses." At the close of the afternoon service a collection was made towards the incidental expenses of the church, and in the evening towards the Llan- gollen Cottage Hospital.

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