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ST. ASAPH. CEDINATION. There was a very large gathering at the St Beuno College on Sunday, when twenty-two candidates were presented for ordination. HOCKEY CLUB. Owing to the fact that Mr Roberts, of the Plough Hotel, has let his land until December 1st, Mr R E Griffiths, Gwerngron, has placed at the club's disposal a piece of land on the Rh endol. THE HARVEST FESTIVAL. The special preachers at the harvest festival services at the parish church will be:—English service, the I, ev E J Davies, rector of Nant- glyn. Welsh service, the Rev E Lodwick Ellis, vicar of Bettws-yn-Rhos, Abergele. He is reputed to be an excellent Welsh preacher. SPECIAL PREACHER AT BODELWYDDAN CHURCH. The morning preacher at the Marble Church on Sunday last was the Vicar of St Gabriel's. Hanover-square, London, a personal friend of the Rev Canon Trevor Owen. Fifteen years ago he was chaplain to the Duke of West- minster. He read the lessons in the vernacular at the evening service. cl VISIT OF THE REV ELVET LEWIS. The famous Welsh lyric poet preacher, the Rev Elvet Lewis, pastor of King's Cross Congregational Chapel, London, occupied the pulpit at Bethlehem Chapel on Thursday last, being the occasion of the annual preaching meetings of the denomination. There were large and appreciative congregations. The other special preacher was the Rev T Ogwen Griffith, Rhyl. SPECIAL PREACHER AT THE PARISH CHURCH The Rev T Lloyd, vicar of Rhyl, occupied the pulpit at the Parish Church on Sunday evening, and received a cordial welcome by his old parishioners. The rev gentleman is in the front rank as a pulpit orator, and for upwards of forty-five minutes the congregation were spell-bound with his choice and fluent language and the beauty of his illustrations. The exposition was based on the 42nd Psalm, 1-4 verses. By the bye his sermon at St Paul's Cathedral on St David's Day, a few years ago, was based on the same texts, but whether it was the same sermon we know not. The Vicar of Brymbo, who is here on his holidays, took the service. RING UP THE CURTAIN. With the demise of September the curtain rolls up and the citizens settle themselves for their indoor and winter entertainments. The season opens with the Tontine Social for the benefit of the society's reserve fund. The f-eventeenth is announced as the lay clerk's annual concert for the benefit of the poor. Si Asaph Thursday's football enthusiasts held tiieir annual meeting on Tuesday night, and elected the Rev Herbert Evans as president; Mr E S Koberts as hon secretary, and a strong committee. The hockey club -have been polishing their racquets, and getting them- s-lva. in order for an exhiliorating pastime, and made arrangements for a presentation to their president (the Vicar of Brymbo), of a h indsome silver cabinet. The evening con- tinuation classes enter on their second season next week.

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