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WESLEYAN CONFERENCE. NORTH WALES MINISTERIAL STATIONS. In anticipation of the Wesleyan Conference, which opens in Bradford on July 13, the Sta- tioning Committee has been in session during week, and has issued tho following first draft of stations of ministers. An asterisk de- notes change of appointment: — THE FIRST NORTH WALES DISTRICT- Denbigh *Peter Jones (C.), *W. Morris Jones, B.A. (St. Asaph). j Rhyl: Thomas Owen Jones, *Francis E. Jones (Prestatyn), Robert Hughes, D. Anwy'l Williams (Prestatyn), Joseph Owen (Prestatyn), supernu- meraries. Ruthin: .ThornD.> Glyn Roberts, who shall chango on two Sundays in every quarter with the ministers of the Denbigh Circuit; John Pierce, Philip Williams. supernumeraries. Corwcn: Hugh Evans, Daniel Morris Grif- fiths (Cerrigydruidion). Llangollen: Arthur William Davies, who shall change on two Sundays in every quarter with the ilriiii,??vrs of the C;efn Circ-ait. -fa oil -Tts, ?- (Ruaboi)) :Tf irias N.'el. ,P,?o b,- C William Price (Rhos, Ruabon). Coed-poeth (Wrexham) "Griffith O. Roberts, D. Meurig Jones (Brymbo, Wrexham). John William Davies (Wrexham), Daniel Williams, (Bwlchgwyn); Thomas J. Humphreys (Wrex- ham), supernumerary. Liverpool: (Oakfkld Road): William Owen Evans (B-ao, *Philip Price, Edward Davies. Liverpool (Mount Zion): David Janes (D.), Owen Evans (Birkenhead), J. Roger Jones, B.A. (Seaeombe1) John Evans (C.), (Birkenhead); Edward Humphreys (Birkenhead), supernumera- ries. Welsh Mission: Aneurin Lloyd Hughes, (A sh ton -111 i'J a kerf iekD, who shall change on two Sundays in every quarter with the ministers of the Liverpool (Oukfield Road and Mount Zicn) Circuits, alternately, and act under the direction of the District Horae Mission and Chapel C-om- mittee. Holywell: David Angel Richards, John Lloyd Hughes (C aeV w y s). Ljanasa Holywell) *D. Darley Davies, Ed. ward John Parry (Ffynongroow, Holywell). Bagilit (Holywell): ''Richard Lloyd Jones (Chester), *Richard Jones, 13.A., (Flint); Daniel Marriott, supernumerary. Mold: E. Berwyn Roberts, David Roberts (Leeswood), Robert John Parry (Llanarmon). Llanfyliin: Charles Jones, E. Whit ting ton Jones (Llanfechain, Oswestry). Llanrhaiadr (Oswestry) Thomas Isfryn Hghes, John Cadvan Davies (Oswestry), William Griffith Williams (Llanarmon), *John Parry Brooks (Llansilin, Oswestry). Llanfair (Welshpool): Willisjn John Jones, *W. Larsgford Brooke. Stoke-on-Trent (Hartley) Curry, who shall act under the direction of the chairman of the district. Stockton-on-Tees: E. Wynne Owen (Bishop Auckland), who slytll act under the direction of the chairman of the district. Manchester: John Felix, Gwilym R. Roberts, L,yj.5 Edwards (Leeils). THE SECOND NORTH WALES DISTRICT. Llanrwst: Thomas Charles Roberts, *Hünry Metlrion Davies (Penmacjhno), Borttwsyeccd), Thomas Gwilym Roberts (Eglwysbach, Taly- cafn), Henry Hughes, supernumerary. Abergele: David Morris, *J. Maelor Hughes (Llanddulas). Conway John Wee ley Hughes (Colwyn Bay), 'David Tccwyn Evans. B.A.; Hugh Hughes (Old Colwyn), Moses Roberts (Llandudno Junc- tion), supernumeraries. Llandudno: William Richard Roberts who shall change on two Sundays in every quarter with the ministers of the Oonway Circuit. Beaumaris: *William Ll-oyd Davies, *Evan Jones (Llangefni), *Elvin Ivor Humphreys, B.A. (Menai Bridge). Amlwch: Lewis Owen, (fourth year), who shall 'h, n cv,(,,ry qtiitr c, oil two Sur?d4ys ter with lb-o min zi tk 'head an4 Beauniar' _r..) of tile yijl y is Circuits alternately John Evan Roberts, super- numerary- Holyhecod: John Kelly Richard Hopwood Aberffraw (Anglesey), W. Philip Roberts (Pen- garnislog, Tycroes). Carnarvon: Owen Madoc Roberts, William Owen (Penygroes), *Edward Tegla Davies (Port- dinorwic, Bangor), Evan Roberts (Petiisar'waen), Ishmael Evans, supernumerary. Bangor: Thomas Hughes (B.), *Robert Garret Roberts (Llanfairteehau), Richard Jones Wil- liams, editor and book steward, Hugh Jones (B.), D.D. (Bangor). Tregarth (Bangor): Rd. Morgan (B.), Robert Wm. Jones (Bethesda, Bangor). Pwllheli *David Thomas, Edward Arthur Morris (Criccieth, Carnarvonshire). Portrriadoc: Richard Mon Hughes. *E. Mostyn Jonee (Talsarnau, Merionethshire). Blaemau Festiniog: Peter Jones Roberts, *Rhys Jones (Festiniog). DoJgelley and Barmouth David Gwynfryn Jonta (Barmouth), D Egwys Jones (Dolgellev). (Harlech, Merioneth); Owen Hughes (Fairbourne). supernumerary. Towyn: John Smith (C.), *Richard iloreton Roberts (Aberdovey, Merionethshire); Robert Jones (D.), 6l1pe..rn1lIne¡-ar.y. Dinas Mawddwy: *———————, who shall change on two Sundays in every quarter with the ministers of the Towyn a.nd Machynlleth Circuit alternately, and act under the direction of the. District Home Mission a Chapel Com- mittee- THE LIVERPOOL DISTRICT. Mold: 'Joseph Burrows, who shall change on two Sundays in every quarter with the minis- ters of the Chester Circuit; William Jackson (C.), supernumerary. Carnarvon and P,-an-gor: John Percy, David R. Rowe (Bangor). Llandudno: T. Edward Ham. Rhyl *J. Montgomery Pascoe, who shall change on two Sundays in every quarter with the minister of the Llandudno Circuit; James Kent, (Prestatyn), Joseph Newton, supernume- raries. (?olwvn Pay: rrederi<?k J. Dri,s, E, Frec-m-?ii, Tlio-iias G. Kcclin, -Jones, Wil- liani M,,I'or ((?onway .), 1-1?o.nrv 1,,Ict?crkiii, Waterworth, supernumeraries Holyhead: Joseph A. Ilandley, who shall change on two Sundays in every quarter with the ministers of the Carnarvon and Bangor Circuit, and act under the direction, of the chair- man of the district. Wrexham: John Judson, *Hi!tfe>ric Friend -(Llangollen). *T. Harold Mallinson, B.A. (Moss); J. Sewcll Haworth (Llangollen), supernumerary.

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