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WREXHAM CYCLING CLUB.

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ANNUAL BREWSTER SESSIONS.

TARVIN.

0 KINGSLEY.

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0 KINGSLEY. ORGAN OPENING.—A special service was held in the Kingsley Parish Church on Friday, the occasion being the opening of the new two- manual organ, recently built by Mr. Whitely, of Chester. The preacher was the Rev. Arthur Woods, M.A., vicar of Christ Church, Somer's Town, London, who gave an appropriate dis- course on Worship, true and false.' The pro- cessional hymn was All people that on earth do dwell,' and the recessional was 'Lights above celestial Salem.' The church was well filled. The offertory was in aid of the organ restoration fund, and amounted to £ 19 lis. 3d. The organ recital given by the Rev. A. Miles Moss, nephew of the vicar (the Rev. A. P. Reynolds) was much appreciated.

BUNBURY.

. FRODSHAM.

. NANTWICH.

. HAWARDEN.

ELLESMERE PORT.

. HOLD.

WREXHAM.

TARPORLEY.

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