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I Conway Rural District Council.

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'lID...... Dearth of Clergy.

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'lID Dearth of Clergy. Speaking at Rhyl on Saturday at a meeting of the St. Asaph Clergy Sustentaticm Fund, Alderman P. P. Pennant said that it could not bo expected that parents would put their sons into the Church when the incomes of many livings were so small. Men who had to spend a considerable sum of money on education, and who could not be ordained until 23 years of a'. expected a reasonable stipend. Until those reasonable stipends were assured there would be the present dearth of candidates for holy orders. In the interest of the Church as a whole-lay and clerical—it behoved Church people to see that funds were forthcoming to augment the incomes of the poorer clergy and to establish a pension fund. It was decided to formulate a scheme asking each communicant to contribute ait least is. per annum to the Diocesan Clergy Sustentation Fund.

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Conway Board of Guardians.

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A bergele Police Court.

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Penmaenmawr Licensee Convicted.

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I Conway Rural District Council.