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Church News. CLERICAL IIANGES. Important clerical changes are about to take place in Bangor and St. Asaph dio- ceses. -PREFERMENT FOR CURATE OF CONWAY. The Bishop of Bangor has offered the benefices of Llanfrothen, Merionethshire, to the Rev. John Davies, B.A., curate of Con- way, and he has accepted it. Mr. Davies was ordained deacon in 1896 and priest in iScjt), and served th« curacies of Llanllechid, 1S96-1S99; Barmouth, 1899-1904; ano Con- way from 1904 up to the time of his de- serving promotion. The appointment has given general satisfaction not only in those parishes where Mr. Davies has so inde- fatigably laboured, but also throughout the diocese. Mr. Davies will enter his new sphere or work with the heartiest wishes of his many friends. The value of the living is £200 with house and glebe. DENBIGHSHIRE. The Bishop of St. Asaph has appointed the Rev. Griffith Williams, Rector of Llan- santffraid, Glan Conway, to the Rectory of Corwen; the Rev. David Davies, Rector of Llangwm, to the Rectory of LLansantffraid, Glan Conway, lld the Rev. John Roberts, Vicar of Llwydiarth, to the Rectory of Llangwm. The Rev. Griffith Williams was ordained deacon in 1883, and priested in the follow- ing year. In 1893 he accepted the living of Fentrevoelas, in the gift of Colonel Wynn- jFinch; and after useful service in that parish he lemoved six years ago to Llan- santffraid, where he is held in the highest respect by all classes. at *k?v^.e.v" ^av'^ Davies, who will succeed Mr. Williams, was ordained deacon in 1878, and priest in 1879, and has held the living of LLa^igwxa, near i- ,%895' The Rev, John Roberts was ordained deacon in 1837 and priested in 1880, and has held the living of Llwydiarth Welsh- (pool (in the gift of Sir W. W. Wynn) since IS89.

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