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RHOS. CONSERVATIVE CLUB FOR RHOS.—It is I rumoured that a movement is on foot to open a Conservative Club at Rhos, and that suitable premises for the purpose will shortly be opened in the district. APPOINTMENT.—Mr John Owen, of Denbigh, has commenced duties as em- ergency teacher at the Grange Council School this week. HILL-STREET LITERARY SOCIETY.—Mr R. A. Jones presided at a meeting of the Hill-street Literary Society, held on Thursday evening. The subject under discussion was 44 Calvinism versus Ar- minism," Messrs T. Davies and Rob- erts advocated qArminism," whilst the Pastor (Rev R. Williams) Messrs Eben Pritchard, and David Evans stated the case for Calvinism." There was a good attendance, and the discussion was most interesting. LENT.-Srecial services were held at the three churches on Wednesday even- ing, when sermons were preached by the Vicar at the Parish Church, the Rev E. Jenkins-Menlove, B.A., at St Mary's Church, and the Rev Rees Jones at St David's Welsh Church. CHURCH SERVICES.—The Holy Com- munion was celebrated in the Parish Church on Sunday morning at 8, and at 1 71 the following service, the Vicar, the Rev J. Howell Thomas, officiated. The Rev Rees Jones (curate) preached at the even- ing service, which was attended by a large congregation. The Holy Com- munion was administered in St David's Church at 10 a.m. The morning service was conducted by the Rev Rees Jones, and at the evening service, the Rev E. Jenkins-Menlove preached. The services at St Mary's Church were well attended, the services being taken by the Vicar and the Rev E. Jenkins-Menlove.


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