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PARISH MAGAZINE APRIL, 1907. CONFIRMATION. The annual confirmation service for the parish of Llandudno was held in Holy Trinity Church on Monday in Holy Week At 2 30 p.m. The address was delivered by the Bishop and, candidates' were pre¬ sented by the Hector. The following are the names and ad¬ dresses- of the ''candidates : — Robert Travers, 27, Mostyn Street; Edward Dixon Metcalfe, West View, Caroline Street; Robert Frederick Side- botham, 2, King's Road, Conway Shore; Charles Montgomery Helstrip, Bronwen House, Trinity Street; George Gibbins, 80, Mostyn Street; Norman Woodley, 127 Mostyn Street; Henry Lloyd Roberts, 114, Mostyn Street; Arthur Peters, 28, Mostyn Street; Frank Peters, ditto; Caradoc Roberts, 5, Prospect Terrace; Richard Evans, 4, Llycan Terrace, Great Orme; Henry Buck, Ivy Dene; William John Elliott, St. Ives, Vaughan Street; David Richardson, No. 6, Bodafon Row; William Nixon, Cromer House, Vaughan Street; Thomas Nixon, ditto ; Richard Jones, Combermere; James Garratt, 2, Gloddaeth Cottage, Back Mostyn Street; Victor Ttirnpenny, Fron Dyffryn, Trinity Street; Catherine Winstanley (married), 3, Llwyn Onn Gardens; Winifred Louisa Williams, Fever Hospital; Annie Jane Sutcliffe (married), 3, Prospect Terrace; Louisa Caroline Williams, Chatsworth House, Gloddaeth Crescent; Edith Fran¬ ces Cuthbert, Adare, St. Mary's Road; Edith Annie Potts, Ffraid Villa, Caroline Street; Gertrude Ellen Williams, Sher¬ borne Lodge, Putney; Annie Thomas, 18, Mostyn Street; Nellie Jones Bull, Coun¬ cil Hospital; Elizabeth Pugh, St. George's Hotel; Jane Anne Nicholson, 1, Llwyn Onn Gardens ; Dorothy Brockle- hurst, Perthi, St. Mary's Road; Frances Thorley, St. George's Hotel; Florence Louisa Dencer, Oakfield, Clifton Road; Gwladys Griffith, 1, Leonard Terrace; Margaret Welsh, 54, Mostyn Street; Wini¬ fred Roberts, Tyn-y-maes ; Edith Mary Roberts, Lincoln Villa, Trinity Street; Diana Marion Edgell, Sywell House; Jessie Kitson, 1, Council Street; Emeline Mabel Davies, Dovedale, Trinity Street; Emily Roberts, 3, Madoc Street; Edith Ellis, Longton House, Old Road; Catherine Roberts, Gorphwysfa, Penrhyn- side; Lilian May Harris, Bodafon; Grace Owen, Sherborne House, Clarence Street; Minnie Davies, Ferndale, Penrhyn Bay; Ellen Williams, Penyffordd Cottage, Bodafon; Annie Kay, Shimdda Hir, Bod¬ afon ; John Hughes, Bodafon; Lizzie Williams, Silverdale, Rosebery Avenue; Catherine Maud Baker, Llanbedr; John Pugh Owen, ditto. * * * HOLY WEEK AND EASTER. We are glad to be able to record that the interest taken in Holy Week and E'as. ter is well maintained, judging from the attendances at the services on Good Fri¬ day and Easter Sunday. Owing to the illness of the Vicar of Carnarvon, the Three Hours' Service was taken by the Rector. There was a good attendance throughout, which even increased towards the end, and on Easter Day all the ser¬ vices were wTell attended, and there was an exceptionally large number of com¬ municants, especially at the earlier ser¬ vices. «■ * * EASTER DECORATIONS. We give below the names of those who decorated the Churches for Easter with the parts on which each was engaged. It was o-ratifying to notice the interest taken in this work, and the skill and good taste of the decorators were much appreciated. * * * ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH DECORATIONS, The Altar and Altar Rails.—Miss Wil¬ liamson, Miss Parker, Miss Woodley, Miss M. Williams. Pulpit.—Mrs Mather and the Misses Mather. Reading Desk.—Miss Mather. Lectern.—Miss Sophie Smith. Windows, etc.—Miss E. Felton, Miss L. A. Williams, Miss Wright, Miss Nathan Jones, and Miss M. Williams. The Font.—Mrs Roberts, Huyton, and Miss Roberts, Roby House. Flowers were kindly sent by the follow¬ ing : —Mrs Wilson, Eithinog; Mrs Mather, Miss Williamson, Mrs1 Davies, The Stowe; Mrs- Parker; Mrs Roberts,