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ST. ASAPH DIOCESAN CONFERENCE.…

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ST. ASAPH DIOCESAN CONFERENCE. «, This conference meets at Denbigh on Thurs- day and Friday, September 23rd and 24th. On Thursday morning, after a celebration of the Holy Communion, and morning service at St. David's Church, the members of the conference assemble at the Drill Hall, where the Bishop will deliver his opening address. This will be followed by the election of hon. secretaries and treasurer, and members of the standing committee, the retiring members of the latter being the Ven. Archdeacon Richardson, the Revs. Dan Edwards, Canon Fletcher, T. Lloyd, J. Morgan, and D. Williams, Lord Harlech, the Hon. C. H. Wynn. Sir W. W. Wynn, and Mr. J. Marshall Dugdale. The retiring members are eligible for re-election. In order to secure an equal representation of the clergy and the laity, the conference will be asked to determine that ten clerical and four lay members should be elected on this occasion. Subsequently a discussion will be introduced by the Rev. C. W. Norman Ogilvy on Higher Education: Preparation for Holy Orders.' At the opening of the afternoon meeting the Bishop of St. Asaph will be presented with his portrait, and a discussion will take place upon Intermediate Education: The attitude of the Church towards the new Intermediate Schools,' the speaker being the Rev. D. Grimaldi Davies. In the evening there will be a short service in Welsh at St. Mary's Church, when a sermon will be preached by the Rev. T. D. James, Welsh Chaplain of St. Martin's Church, Chester. On Friday morning the subjects for discussion are:—Church Reform (a) The Superannuation of Disabled Clergy,' speaker, Mr. R. W. Williams Wynn; (b) The reconstitution of the Convocations, and the Houses of Laymen,' speaker, the Hon. Laurence Brodrick, while in the afternoon Mr. A. S. Griffith-Boscawen, M.P., will introduce a dis- cussion on The work to be done for Church defence and Church instruction.' A general meeting will be held at the Drill Hall on Friday evening, under the presidency of Mr. P. P. Pennant, and addresses will be delivered by Mr. Forrester Addie, Mr. J. Eldon Bankes, Canon Hugh Roberts, &c upon 'Church work and Church workers.'

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