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FISHGUARD AND DIS-Tiucr.

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STKUMBLE HEAD LICHTHOUSE,

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LLANWNDA PARISH COUNCIL.

....... MR STANLEY ROBERTS…

LETTERSTON ANNUAL SPORTS.

LETTERSTON.-

GOODWICK.

RHOSYCAERAU.

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RHOSYCAERAU. At a meeting of the above church held on Sunday, the 15th inst., it was announced that the pasto the Rev. J. G. James, had IC ciived a unanimous call to the pastorate of the Congregational Churches, of Bvynseion aii, Carfan, near arbenh. It is now over six years since Mr. James took up his work a Rl}(>! ycareftti, an 1 (Illriiig illat lillie lie lia:4 won tJin es'ttpni i)hfl cuvdial co-operation o the whole church. The fiiends at Rhosy- caerau wne natuially loth to lose the services of their minister, and therefore unanimously passed the folion\-iiig i-esoIulii)ii, \Iiieli 'N\-a.,z moved by Mr. W. G. James, Pantyphillip, and seconded by Nir. Joseph Roberts: "That, in view of the call which ilfr. Jailles has received to the pastorate of the churches of P-yn seion and Carfan, we rj a church at Rliosy- caerau, heieby express our appreciation of his able teaching and of his faithful, though unassuming work amongst us dining the six y-ars of his ministry here: that the departure of Mr. James from our midst would occasion wido--spread sorrow in the church, and we therefore express the hope that he mav not sever his connection with us, but'may, under the blessing of God, see his way clear to con- tinue his work amongst us indefinitely." ft ;s gratifying to note tlial in response to this appeal Mr. James has decided to remain at Rbosycaerau. +

HENRY'S MOAT.

-----CLYNDERWEN.

LLANDISSILIOI

| CASTLEDWYRAN.

CAMROSE.

* MATHRY.

TREFGARN OWEN.

DINAS.

NEWPORT

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