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INFRINGING THE SUNDAY CLOSING…

ANOTHER CASE FROM PONTLYFNI.

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DENBIGH. LECTURE.â On Wednesday night Yoahannah El-Karey, an Arabian missionary, delivered a lecture at the Baptist chapel. The admission was free, but a collection was made at the close of the meeting towards supporting the mission with which the lecturer is connected. BALL AT THE P. SYLUM.As stated last week the officers' and attendants' annual ball came off with great success on Thursday last. A large number of illvtations had been issued, and the luge dining-room of the new wing was crowded, over four hundred being present. The music was sup- pli, d by the bvind of the institution under the leadership of Mr D. Evans. Having noticed the playing of the before, it is unnecessary for us to do more than say that they plan erl this time as well, if not better than ever. Refresh- ments of a choice kind were liberally supplied at intervals during the evening Dancing va,,Iccm. menced at half-past seven, and kept up with much relish and enjoyment till two o'clock in the morn- ing. DENBIGHSHIRE INFIRMARY.âMonth ending Janu- arv31st 1833.âIn-patients: Admitted. 12; dis- charged 8; erred, 4; relieved, 4; made out- patients', 4; re main in the house 17. Out patients: Admitted, 130; discharged 89; cured o4;_re- lipved 23; made in-patients, 12; admitted since January 1st, 1883, 130 casualties, 62. Presents of flowers, books, illustrated papers or ma^ nns, old linen or calico (urgently nee »ed) wih bp thank- fully received. J. JENKIN k £ °YD' ."Vv- > ^C'i resident medical officer.âThe r<t meâie_l officer has great pleasure in aekn;> u,, nn, ^ith the best thanks of the corirni-f.ee ⢠th- receipt of the following pre-iet^ ,0 ^he "se of the patients â A large musicd-oox, t--m Mr Parry Jones, Jun., town clerk of Denoiah severs** volumes of the 1'lustratvd London News from fr Peter Andeiton, llustr tc'cl l~' zines, from Major Hnttou, Dolben, and the Rev D. Roberts, Llaneliihn. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE READING-nonw â On Monday evening the above nveting was heId in tle News-room of the Institute, Mr -,L. G. Turrour, M, D., in the chair. It was proposed by the chair- man that the annual report of the working com- rnitteobeaccepterl. He alluded to the satisfactory of affairs in connection with the In^ttnte, and at the same tiwe expressed his regret that the +M»dejmen and employers of labour in the town V;'d rot e'va this beneficial institution a better Zuiort This was sec ndod by T. Go'd Edwa^s, Fn the v'ce-president, who also endorsed the ch irn-r>'s views. The proposal was carried unanimously. Mr J. Roberts, Stur Shop, chair- man of the walking committee, proposed that Dr Tumour be re-elected presio^t for the ensuing year. This wr.s seconded by Mr Gold Edwards, and carried unanimously. Mr Charles Cottom proposed, and Mr J. Parry Jones, .TUll., seconded, that Mr G"ld Eiwards be re-elected vice-chair- man. This also was carried unanimously. Allusion was made by diff rent speakers to the munificent gift of a new recreation room, worth aoe.ut £ 60, by the president Rev Mollis Jones pi imposed the re- election of the general con;mittee. 1 his committee is composed of seveial gentlemen frv-m the neigh- ¡ bourhood, who have always been warm supporters of the institution. This was seconded by Mr Euwtiros, Grammar School, and carried. Pro- posed by Mr H. F. Pritchard, N. P. Bank, and fecoedsd by T\r Lloyd Roberts, and carried, that the following gentlemen be elected working com- mittee âMessrs E. T. Jones, R. A. Davies. Ch. Cottom, I). Morris, J. Roberts, T..4shford, James Green, R. D. n. j'nes. R. H. Hashes, T. Oilier, W. Keepfer, and J. Masters. Mr H. F. Pritchard wes elected trea-urer, and Mr James Green hen. secretary. The meeting terminated with a vot-i I of thanks to th pr eSid ell t, vice-president and Mr D. Mcore, the late hon. tec.

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