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EASTER VESTRIES" LLANDAFF. OANON BUCKLEY AND THE BISHOP OF ST. ASAPH'S BILL. The Rev. Canon J. R. Buckley (vicar) pre- sided. Mr. A. B. Bassett (parish warden) submitted the statement of accounts, which showed a balance in hand on the Cathedral account of L20 15s. and on the All Saints' account of 3s. 5Jd. Mr. Baeiett was rc-electod, and 00 was Dr. Arthur as co-warden. Canon Buckley made a statement, in which be eaid no dissatisfaction bad been expressed with "religious teaching under the old regime, and whilst they must obey with the beet grace the proposals of the education authorities, he hoped parents would continue to send their children to the old National school, which had turned out so many excellent and well-equipped pupils. They must feel it as a matter of keen regret that the educational problem had not yet been settled, desiring, as they all did, the end of what the Archbishop of Canterbury had described as mischievous strifes. The Bishop of St. Asaph's measure wtus, in his view, a praiseworthy attempt to solve a difficult problem, and he thought it presented the basis of a satisfactory settle- ment. ST. DYFRIG'S, CARDIFF. The Rev. H. A. Coe presided, and re-ap- pointed Mr. W. A. Obamell as his warden for the ensuing year. Mr. G. A. Gatfield was elected people's warden. The statement of accounts showed that the receipts amounted to Z238 and the payments to L2M, the result being that a debit balance of L13 at the com- mencement of the year had been reduced to 18.-Ilhe Vicar congratulated the parishioners on the completion of the church, and also upon the fact that in 19C7 £ 729 waa raised towards the building fund. With the excep- tion of zE25 which Mrs. Jenner gave on the occasion of the foundation-stone being laid, the donations consisted of comparatively small amounts. During the first three months of the present year zE96 had been collected towards the fund.On the motion of Mr. Charles Tonee, seconded by Mr. S. A. Moore, a resolution of protest against the education proposals of Mr. M'Kenna and the Bishop of St. Asaph was passed. ST. ANDP.EW'S MAJOR. The rectoT (the Rev. David Davies) —Mr. Thomas Oook (the rector's warden) presented the accotmts, which showed the receipts as £ 163 as. lid. and the expendiuuire as £ 140 lis. 3d., leaving a balance in hand of £ 22 17s. 8d. General 1-oe promised to give £10 yearly for an increase in the curates stipend. The accounts of St. Peter's Mission Church, Eaetbrook, showed a credit balance of £10 15B. llid. Mr. Thomas Oook was reap- pointed rector's warden of the parish churcn. Mr D. L. Rea was elected people's warden. Mr Henry Pluckrtett and Mr. Wm. Davies were re-appointed rector's and people I E; wardens respectively for St. Peter's Mission Church, Bast brook. Messrs. P. V. Ford, and J. Jayne were elected lay electors to the Hojse of :uaymen. the Edumt.i(m ?A?S??ti?n conAeTMiTiS the Education j Bills of both Mr. M'Kenna a-nd the Bishop of Sit. Asaph, proposed by Mr. R. A. Sprent, and seconded by Mr. T. Cook 'Has unani- mously passed. MYNYDDISLWYN. The lWT, H. P. Jamee (vicar) pres/dea.—roe ttocounta were examined and passed, and it was stated that Lord Tredegar had gener- ously assisted the restoration fund with a donation of CZM. The various expenses had left a balancc against this fund of 153a 14s. 9d. The officers appointed were:—Vieaj-!<wa.rdart. Mr. Jonathan Jones; people s warden, Mr. Trevor Griffiths. Twelve sidesmen were appointed. Mr. T. Lewis was elected. secre- tary and Mr. John Jones treasurer. BRYNMAWR, The vicar (the Rev. David Griffith) pre- ?ided Tha total collections for the ye?r amounted to ?161 1? 2d., and a balance of £3 6B. Hid. was carried forward. Mr. John Denham was unanimously eiecte-d parish- ioners* warden, and Mr. Henry Connop was re-elected vicar's warden. NEW VICARAGE FOR BARGOED. I The Rev. T. Kicnm'M. x.or .1  was able to announce a satisfactory state j of affairs at the vestry mti'n. Enough money has been secured said he. to build the proposed vicarage, the oogt of which is about zi,aoo. A site of one acre has gene- rously been given by Mr. Banbury. The Question of a pilrish hall is, however, not yet solved, though the vicar hopes the movee for funds will be persisted in. We understand that Messrs. Vodden and Lee have the contract for the building. Mr. John Jonee was re-elected vicar's churchwarden, and Mr. James DAviee people's church war d em. RAD YR. .u- The rector (the Rev. JJtavwi Phaltops, M.A.) presided. The churchwardens' accounts showed receipts amounting to f,166 19s. Of this EI40 18s. 6d. was from offertories, and is the largest sum that has been raised from this source. After payment of all accounts JB2 16e. 3Jd. remained in hand. Over E700 has been promised or paid towards the comple- tion of the now church—Mr. T. F. North was re-appointed rector's warden and Mr. A. W. | Jenkins parishioners' warden, and twelve eidtsmen were elected.

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