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Abergele.

Corwen.

Denbigh.

Eglwysfach.

Holywell.

Llandudno.

Llandudno Junction.

Lianrwst.

Llangwystenin.

Llysfaen.

Mostyn.

Penmaenmawr.

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Penmaenmawr. A Peace Offering.-We understand that the Vicar (Rev D. Jones) has received a peace-offering in the form of a cheque for £ 50 in aid of the St. Seiriol Church Organ Fund. Sunday School Trip.—The annual Sunday School trip in connection with Salem Church took place on Wednesday. The party left by the 7-45 a.m. train (calling at Llanfairfechan) for Pwllheli, under the supervision of the Pastor, the Sunday School teachers, and church deacons. Peace.-Without exception, there were pointed references in the places of worship here on Sunday to the restoration of peace. The Vicar (Rev D. Jones) officiated at St. Seiriol's Church in the morn- ing, and his sermon was altogether in special, re- lation to the good news. The National Anthem _& and other special music was sung, and a collection was taken in aid of the military charities on behalf of the war. The Rev E. D. Lloyd preached at the Parish Church in the morning, ?nd in the course of a really excellent sermon he dwelt upon the lessons of the war.

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Rhyl.

Ruthin,

St. Asaph.

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g Caerhun.

Colwyn.

Conway

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