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COLWYN BAY.

LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

LLANFAIR TALHAIARN.

GYFFIN,

-----iRHOS-ON-SEA.

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RHOS-ON-SEA. FORMATION OF A NEW CHURCH.— On Thursday evening a meeting was held at the IlliosCongregatio:al Church for the purpose of receiving members of the con- gregation into church membership, affil- iaited with the English Congregational Church, Colwyn Bay. Thq,, cause has been carried on at Rhos for the past three and a half years, by a Committee appointed under the auspices of the Colwyn Bav church, and in March last the new build- ings erected in connection with the cause were formally opened for public worship. On Thursday a special meeting was held, presided over by the Rev. Thomas Lloyd, supported by the Rev. J. Irvan Davies (LIandudno), the Rev. Henry Gasgoigne (Bangor), and .the Rev. G. B. File (Old Colwyn). There was a good attendance, and after addresses from the ministers mentioned, forty-three members were ad- mitted into the fellowship of the new church, and eight nominations were made for the deaconite—four to be elected. DEATH OF MR. JAMES SUGDEN.— We regret to record the death of Mr. James Sugden, which took place at his residence in Whitehall-road, on Monday, at the ripe age of 78 years, The funeral takes place to-day (Thursday), at Weaste Cemetery, Salford. and was conducted by the Rev. W. Foster, B.A., London. Mr. Sugden had been a resident of Rhos-on-Sea for about 20 years, and was well known and respected by all, and a gener- ous supporter of all religious and good causes For many years he devoted considerable time to the well-known Ragged School at Man- chester. The funeral arrangements were car- ried out by Messrs. J. Dicken & Sons, Station- road, Colwyn Bay.

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LLANDDULAS.

TYNYGROES.

ILLANFAIRFECHAN.

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LLANDUDNO.

TALYBONT.

LLANBEDR.,

GLAN CONWAY.

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