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The Budget.

Mr Howell Idris, M.P.

Other Items.

Bishop and Education Bill.

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Marriage.

Congregational Church.

To Lovers of Music.

Death of an Old Resident.

Mr Nuttall's Wedding.

The Gipsies.

CALL TO THE REV. R. J. STEVENSON.

SUNDAY SERVICES AT FFYNNONGROEW.

RHYL MAY-DAY.

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RHYL MAY-DAY. The annual May-Day demonstration in Rhyl took place on Thursday, and was wit- nessed by larg. crowds of people, including a goodly number from Prestatyn district. The celebration included a procession, crowning I of the May Queen (Miss Mamie Evans), evening entertainment, and a dance. The festivities compared very favourably with those of previous years, although the weather was showery/and the exhibits suf- fered somewhat on this account. There were some excellent turn-outs in the procession, and the cyclists came in for a good deal of attention. After parading the principal streets, the May Queen was conveyed to the Queen's Palace, where the crowning ceremony was performed by Councillor John Asher. The scene here was a very effective one, the throne being embedded in, a bower of beauti- ful flowers, and the whole surmounted by a huge crown of coloured electric lights. C, An interesting programme was gone through by the children, and similar items were again performed in the evening. We failed to notice that any Prestatyn tradesmen were represented in the procession. Perhaps they are keeping themselves in reserve for our local May demonstrationâ when it is held.

RHYL'S RATES.

EDUCATION ACT, 1902, SECTION…

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Mr Chamberlain and Education.

The Paris Demonstration.

Germany, Egypt, and Turkey-

The Schools'

,The One-Wheel Car

Cricket Club.

IFuneral of Mrs Nelson.

THE LEAD MINES.

An Unfortunate Undertaking.

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Cycling Club.

EDUCATION ACT, 1902, SECTION…