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TRAGIC DEATH OF A SERVANT…

. DEATH; OF MR, G. HERBERT…

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ILLUSTRATED LECTURES.

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ILLUSTRATED LECTURES. To the Editor Dear Sir,—Apropos of leCitures it. has occurred to me they are, an excellent means of education, which can be made ¡ interesting to the most, indifferent. A de- lightful road to gaining information by .means of story and lantern. Last week our English Baptist friends had a lecture on Canada, by Mir Waunaker, who showed some pictures OJ Western Canadian life and scenery, witl the view of bringing before the audience the great, need of spiritual help, by means of Mission Churches in those vast tracts of country, where the lonely settler has often to go without any religious servic at all, because of the long distance be tween those already existing, which art "few and far between." On Tuesday, January 26th, anothej most interesting lecture will be given a the English Baptist, Church. Subject "The Berlin Bapttist Congress and a torn in the Luther Country." As two residents of Llandudno were delegates to the Bap- tist Congress, held in Berlin in Augusi lasiij, we shalf expect, to hear many items of interest. A, third lecture, to be given on Tuesday. February 16th (this time in the Church House, under the presidency of the Rec- tor of Llandudno) is one by the Rev. Hugh O. Ellis, of the Religious Tract Society, entitled "Round the, World with the R.T.S., Canada, Japan, China, India.' Those who have heard Mr Ellis, are likely to want to hear him again, and his pic- tures are always a, success. As the lectures are free, a, collection will be taken. All are earnestly and cordially ,in vi.te,d .Yours, etc., L. R,

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