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NOTLS BY OBSKRVKR. I hear that, Miss Jennie Evans (Llinos y Gog- ledd), Rhyl, has just been engaged as principal soloist of a concert party about to make a tour of the chief towns in the United Kingdom. The en- gagement will commence at Leicester on Bank Holiday. Miss Evans deserves much and continued success and it is sincerely wished she may obtain it. The Rev. J. K. Green on Sunday evening preached a timely sermon on the words Remem- ber mjr Sabbaths and keep them holy." Rightly or wrongl,, Sabbatarianism is vanishing very much in l'hyl: and even to many "professing members" the concert is made the most prominent devotion of the day. £ It was a sight which attracted much attention in High Street on Saturday evening to see the drum- mer beating the dust. A young man was driving a vehicle up the street, and it is saicl that he went ill for the band rather suddenly. The result was that the drummer was overthrown and a little child knocked down. Dr. Girdlestone attended to the latter at once, and it was pleasing to learn that she was not hurt. It is stated that the inci- dent is to be the subject of a magisterial investi- gation. 'f¡. ;¡;y" The morning concert given by the young ladies of Arcville College on ednesday afternoon, in a marque in the recreation ground, [alll told, was a decided success. In addition to instruhiental music, choruses and tableaux vivauts (from the Bohemian Girl") were given. The liintdi-r records that Mr Dunbar, C. E., who was for some time in the Town Surveyor's office at Rhyl, has been successful, out of (HI competitors, in gaining a prize of £ 100 for the best design for laying out the marine estate of Mr. John Corbett, M.P., of Ynys-y-rnaengwyn, at Towyn, Merioneth. It is a, somewhat singular coincidence that it was another civil engineer of this town, Mr Collingwood, who had drawn the plans for the new drainage and water works, and also the promenade in front of the marine estate at the above named rising watering-place. The penny-a-liner is responsible for a cruel innu- endo regarding the death of the unfortunate tramp in the Voryd on Sunday. It was stated that he had been refused a passage over the bridge above, because the man bad only a half-penny to pay toll with. Hut the simple f ict is that the poor fellow did not attempt a passage over the bridge at all: anil consequently there co tld have been no refusal. :< # The fourth Oxford meeting of the University Extension and other students will extend from July 31 to August 31. A very large number of lectures will he deliveed, and the programme has been issued and as regards monetary arrange- ments they are ea«y and advantageous. It is to be hoped the Rhyl students will not he unrepre- sented. Owing to very tine weather great progress has been made with the hay harvest. A large quantity has been already carted, and in but very few iii- stances the hay is down, in good condition, and nearly made. In some instances tbe yield is heavy, and the crop generally isa full average one. Turnip crops are in a fairly satisfactory state, and look healthy. The grain crops have made rapid pro- gress. and though they are late, the present state of the weather will easily make up for lost timo and the clieck caused by the coolness of the spring. Potatoes awl fruit now promise well. # # A distinguished company of ladies and gentle- men assembled on Tuesday last at a garden party given at Bishop's Court, Manchester. The Lord Bishop itil o', Mrs Moorhouse received their guests untler the spreading branches of one of the fine trees on the Lawn. The list of invitations inclu- ded Councillor J. 1- Middleburst. Mrs Middle- hurst, Mr Middlehurt, junr., and Miss Middle, hurst, of loryil Hall, Rhyl. The weather was fine, and the grounds and gathering presented a picturesque appearance. CADBVRY'S COCOA.â"Of full strength; bf a highly economical nature, free from added starch and sugar. Health. °

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