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LLANGAMMARCH WELLS.

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GLASBURY.I

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HAY. EVERY branch of Dentistry at Henderson's Dental Surgery, Brook House, Hay, daily, all hours. ,a Congregational Church.—Sunday school anniversary services were held on the Gth inst., Mr O.J. Owen officiating. Choruses were rendered by the choir (conducted by Mr D. Stephens), and solos, recitations. action songs, etc., by the scholars and teachers. Collectiens were in aid of Sunday School funds. The Peace Celebration.-On Thursday last a meeting of the Reception and Peace Celebration Committee was held at the Foresters' Hall, with Councillor F. Cadman in the chair. Letters were read from Mr A. C. Samson and the Rev. Idris Davies, resigning their positions as hon. secretaries, the former owing to leaving the town and the latter owing to engagements made months ago, which would take him out of the town during the greater part of the next fortnight. Messrs H. Gilby and H. Morris undertook the work.—Mr W. Owen Price reported that satisfactory progress was being made with the collecting of subscriptions for thell reception of the men and for the memorial tablet.—A programme for July 19th was made out which included a ser- vice of thanksgiving at the Parish Church, a dinner for returned sailors and soldiers, sports, tea, carnival and dance. Various sub-committees were appointed for mak- ing the necessary arrangements. Peace Sunday.—At the Parish Church 1 on Sunday the services were in accord- ] ance with the special forms issued by the ( authorities. At the 8 o'clock celebration of Holy Communion the celebrant was ( the Rev. A. C. King, vicar of S. Michael's, Handsworth, and at the choral Eucharist the celebrant was the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. A. C. King. The services throughout the day were well attended, ind at evensong the Rev. J. J. deWinton preached to a large congregation on the luty that was encumbent on the people now that Peace was signed. Miss Nalder, of Peterchurch, is taking temporary duty is organist. J

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BEULAH.

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