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LlandaffH Diocesan Magazine Vol. III. DECEMBER, 1903. No. LLANDAFF CATHEDRAL. Canon in Residence— January, February, March, 1904: The Archdeacon of Monmouth. Services. SUNDAY. Holy Communion at 8 a.m., and fortnightly and on Great Festivals at Mid-day. Matins and Sermon at 11 a.m. Litany, on alternate Sundays, at Mid-day or at 3 p.m. Evensong and Sermon at 3.30 p.m. WEEK-DAYS. Matins at 8 a.m., from Ash Wednesday to Sept. 30th. „ at 10 a.m. from Oct. 1st to Ash Wed¬ nesday. „ at 11 a.m. on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Holy Days. Evensong (Choral) at 6 p.m. HOLY DAYS. Holy Communion, Ash Wednesday to St. Luke's Day, at 8 a.m. ,, St. Luke's Day to Ash Wednesday, at 8.30 a.m. Matins at 11 a.m. Evensong at 6 p.m. Special Services and Collections during the months of January, February, and March, 1904:— Jan. 3. Diocesan Church Schools Repairs and Improvement Fund. » 22. King's Accession. ,, 24. Cardiff Infirmary. Feb. 21. Diocesan Sunday Fund. i) 28. Ordination. .. 29. St. David's Day, Welsh Festival. Mar. 6. Bible Society. >) 20. Church Missionary Society. DIOCESE OF LLANDAFF. Ecclesiastical Intelligence. The Residentiary Canonryof Gwartha- cwm in LlandafT Cathedral, rendered vacant by the resignation of the Rev. Canon Johnson, has been conferred by the Bishop of LlandafT upon the Rev. Charles Edward Thomas Griffith, M.A., Rector of Machen. Mr. Griffith was for some years suc¬ cessively incumbent of the bilingual parishes of Blaenavon and Trevethin, and was also for some time Secretary to the Deaconesses' Institute in Penarth, and the first editor of the " LlandafT Diocesan Magazine." Mr. Griffith graduated B.A. in 1881 and proceeded M.A. in 1884 at Trinity College, Cambridge, and was ordained Deacon in 1881 and Priest in 1882 by the late Bishop Ollivant. At a Special Service held in the Palace Chapel, on Thursday morning, 8th October, the Lord Bishop of LlandafT collated the Rev. Llewelyn Lloyd Davies, M.A., formerly Vicar of Llanwonno, to the Vicarage of Whitchurch, near Cardiff. The Rev. Edward Jones Lloyd, M.A., formerly Vicar of Llantilio Cross- enny, was instituted to the Vicarage of Trostrey, with the Chapelry of Bettws Newydd, near Usk, and by Dispensation was also licensed to the Perpetual Curacy of Kemeys Commander. The Rev. Robert Shelley Plant, formerly Curate of St. John the Baptist, Cardiff, was collated to the Vicarage of Raglan ; the Rev. George Francis Packer was instituted to the Rectory of Llan- vetherine, near Abergavenny ; and the Rev. Alfred William Washington