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LLANAFAN. On Saturday last, at three o'clock, a Memori& Service to the late Queen was conducted at the Parish Church by the Rev W. J. Williams, the vicar, when a very large congregation assembled to pay their last tribute of respect to the memory of ur beloved Queen. On the altar were placed two vases of choice white flowers. The pulpit was covered with black cloth, on which the letter "V" was set out in violets. The service on Saturday was conducted in English. The form used was the first of the special forms of service issued by order of the King. The vicar preached a most imples- sive sermon from Exodus xii. 26, What mean ye by this service ?" The same service was repeated in Welsh at six o'clock on Sunday evening. The vicar again preached from the same text a most excellent and suitable sermon, which was atten- tively followed by a large congregation. At the conclusion of both services the Dead March was played, the congregation standing. Almost without I exception those present wore deep mourning. At t.wo o clock on Sunday afternoon a memorial service- was held at Gwnnws Church, and a sermon was preached on the same subject by the vicar.