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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Miss M. F. Howells, B.A., of Stanley-road, Glasgow, has been appointed on the teaching staff of the Llanberis County School. The death is announced of Mr. Thomas Bate, of Kelsterton, Flint, a well-known Flintshire magistrate, who filled the office of High Sheriff of that county in 1887. The Chancellor of the Exchequer, who is suffering from a severe cold and from the strain of the General Election, has been or- dered by his medical advisers to take a com- plete rest. Accompanied by Mrs. Lloyd George, he has left for the Continent. The death has occurred at Brentwood, of ,-the Rev H. Jones Henry, for 32 years Rector of Little Warley. Mr Jones Henry before going to Essex, was a Diocesan Inspector in North Wales. One of the boys he both taught and inspected, was Mr Lloyd George. < The Duchess of Westminster will herself take part in the entertainment she is giving at Eaton on December 30th for the benefit of the Royal Alexandra Hospital. Rhyl. There will be two performances, and among those taking part will be Mr. G. Cornwallis-West, Mr. N. Forbes Robertson, Dr. Leirhammer. and Dr. Joseph Bridge. The death is announced at Bangor of Canon Edward Hughes, a residentarv canon of Bangor Cathedral. l*or some time past Canon Hughes had been in feeble health and had been unable to attend to his duties at the Cathedral. The death of Canon Hughes removes a familiar figure from the Ban«or diocese and closes a strenuous and in many ways a remarkable life. On Wednesday, St. Thomas's Day, a brass memorial tablet to the late Mr. J. Ei Vincent Chancellor of the Diocese of Bangor, was un- veiled at the Bangor Cathedra) by the Rev. J. Wynne Jones, Vicar of Carnarvon, a cousin of the late Chancellor. The tablet which is a very handsome one, is the work of the Bromsgrove Art Guild, and the inscrip- tion in Latin was written by Mr. Glynne Williams, headmaster of Friars' School, Bangor. At G lyn Garth, on Monday, the Bishop of Bangor licensed to curacies the following deacons ordained at St. Asaph the previous day:—The Rev John Morgan (son of Arch- deacon Morgan) to Llan Aber the Rev Joseph Evans Pugh to Holyhead; the Rev J. Collins Lloyd to Llantair P.G., and Llan. dysiho; and the Rev John Jarvis to Blaenau Festiniog. The following were also licensed to curacies —The Rev Henry Thomas to Llandegfan and Beaumaris, and the Rev Daniel J. nomas to St. Mary's, Bangor. The Bishop of Bangor has appointed the Rev R. T. Jones, B.A., vicar of Glanogwen, Bethesda, to the vacant residentiary canonry which became void on Friday last, by the death of the Rev Canon Edward Hughes. The new canon is a late exhibitioner and senior scholar of St. David's College, Lam- pdter. He was ordained deacon in 1885, and priested the following year, his first curacy being that of Deinio (Pwllheli), which he served till 1S88, when he was appointed to the benefice of Nevin, which he held for ten years. On the death of the late Canon John Morgan, the late Lord Penrhyn nominated Mr Jones to Glanogwen. Mr Jones has done good work in defending the Church ever since he accepted the secretaryship of the Diocesan Church Defence Society.

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