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RHOS-ON-SEA. MAYOR OF BOLTON'S FUND.The friends at the Rhos Congregational Church took time by the forelock on Christmas Day and devoted the evening collection (which amounted to £5 7s.) to the aid of the widows and orphans affected by the Lancashire colliery disaster. The contribution will be kept open to allow of further additions on New Year's Day, on which occasion the Rev Thos. Lloyd preaches in the morning at n a.m. and holds the first monthly communion service. The Rev. W. J. Parry, of Bangor, ?^UPclS f 6 ^Ulplt in thG even»^. and on Jan. 8th for the annunl exchange of pulpits two Wesleyan friends, the Rev. H. Water' worth and the Rev. F. Briggs, win morning and evening respectively.

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