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ST. ASAPH. i COTTAGERS' HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. â The r Unual exhibition of vegetables, fruits, &c., in con- e lotion with this society took place in the National g chools on Friday last, under very unfavourable 1 eather, so far as the early part of the day was i oncerned, but in the afternoon the rain cleared off. c â ^he show was visited by a number of people, and |*eat satisfaction was expressed with the exhibits, j^ough they were not so numerous as last year, Jut they were very good considering the dry season, t should be mentioned that the schoolroom was ery nicely decorated for the occasion, and the pro- j^sdings were enlivened by the strains of the Rhyl ( fass Band. Plants and flowers for decorative pur- ges were sent from the Palace, the Deanery, and 0I& Dr. Davies's.

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