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I NEW VICAR OF WELSHPOOL.I

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I NEW VICAR OF WELSHPOOL. I The Rev. Ellis Hughes Griffith, for 17 years rector of Llangadwa 1 adir, and rural dean of Mall- traeih, Anglesey, has been offered by the Earl of Powis, and has accepted, the living of Welsh- pool, vacant through the preferment of the Rev. Canon Grimaldi Davies to be archdeacon of Mont- gomery and rector of Llandirinio. Mr Griffith is a fluent speaker in English and Welsh and is well known as a preacher. He has been conduct- ing the National Mission services at Colwyn Bay and other places in the Dioceses of Bangor and St. Asaph with much acceptance, and he is the S.P.G. representative for the Diocese of Bangor.. He graduated B.A. at Lampeter College, and was ordained deacon in 1895, and priest the following yea.r. From 1895 to 1897 he was curate of Llan- dyfrydog, Anglesey, and from then until '1899 was curate of Carnarvon, when he was appointed rector of Lfangfidwa ladr. Mr Griffith is a pro- minent public worker in Anglesey, and for up- wards of ten years has been a member of the Bangor a.nd Beaumaris Board of Guardians, chairman of the Aethwy Rural District Council, and of the Aethwy Military Tribunal. He will begre-atlvmissed in the public life of Anglesey. A few weeks ago he was offered the living of Avmesburf, in tlie,J)iocese of Hereford, by the Lord-Chancellor, but he preferred remaining in Wales.

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