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Family Notices

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Mhmier? S?p-? I m_:i ii ?.?-  j PRINCIPAL GRIFFITH JONES CRIES 'SHAME.' "I am ashamed of you j.Iy ashamed of you," said Principal Griffith Jones (ofrmorly of Llanelly) at the meeting of the Welsh Congregational Union at Pontypridd this Week. The Principal was refe:7ing to the wretched salaries paid to pastors in Wales. There was nothing, he said, holy or beautiful in the poverty of the Christian ministry, and poverty that was forced upon the ministry by others who could well afford to remove was despic- able (hear, hear). They could admire their Anglican friend#, in their determin- ation that their clergy Aon hi be well ps:d, and whilst it was not to their honour that they sought to do this parly at the ex- pense of the whole country. Nonconfor- mists need not be surprised if the Angli- cans pointed to the free-will principle as a iailure and used it as an argument for rotaiuing their endowments (hear, hear). But the fact was that the free-will mehod had not been worked o :t. It had, un- fortunately, not been worked at. j

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LLANELLY SOlDI C"itS DEATH.____I

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