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ST. ASAPH. CHURCH DEBATING SOCIETY. At the meeting of this society held on Thursday evening, a very interesting ac- count was given by Mr. Wm. Ellis, Sack- ville House, entitled 'My Travels.' CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPE- RANCE SOCIETY. On Monday evening last, a public meet- ing and musical entertainment was held at the National Schools. The Rev. Archdeacon Thomas presided, and a very able address was delivered by the Rev. O. T. Davies, Rhyl. THE NEW BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S. The news of the appointment of Canon John Owen, to the bishopric of St. Davids was received in the City with general satis. faction. He is exceedingly popular here having been Dean for many years, and after- wards one of the four canons. LITERARY SOCIETY. On Wednesday last at the C.M. School- room, a lecture was delivered under the auspices of the above society, by the Rev. David Jones(W.),Denbigh, the subject being Eneideg.' The Rev. W. M. Jones presided, and there was a good attendance. A few remarks were made on the subject by the chairman, the Rev. Jonathan Jones, and Mr. Moses Roberts. THE DIAMOND JUBILEE. A Committee appointed to consider the best method of celebrating Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee, to report to a public meeting to beheld next Monday evening, have decided to recom- mend a treat to all the poor and the children in the place, and to engage a brass band, and have sports on the appointed day. Any balance that may remain of the subscriptions they re- commend to be devoted to form the nucleus of a fund to improve the Common. RESIGNATION OF THE CATHEDRAL'S ORGANIST. Our St. Asaph correspondent telegraph's that Mr. Llewelyn Lloyd, the organist and choir master of the Cabhedral, has tendered his resignation to the Dean and Chapter, having accepted a lucrative appointment under the firm of Messrs Dash and Co., the well known Brewers. Mr. Lloyd succeeded the late Mr. Atkins as organist, &c., some years ago, he having previously acted as Mr. Atkins, deputy with great credit to himself, and satisfaction to the Cathedral authorities. For the last two or three months, Mr. Lloyd has been seriously ill bub we are happy to announce that he is now much better, and hopes to be convalescent in the course of a few days. No doubt his friends and admires will be sorry to lose the services of such a genial and kind hearted man, whilst, at the same time, con- gratulating him upon his appointment to such a responsible position.

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