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PitlMKOSE LEAflUK MEETING…

BODFOB STRBEl'.

THE BOUNDARIES QUESTION.

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KNGLISH WKSLRYAN CHAPEL.

PuINT OF AïR.

LLANASA.

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PctESTATYN PETTY SESSIONS.…

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FOOTBALL!

ST. ASAPH.

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ST. ASAPH. MEDICAL -We congratulate Mr Ll. Roberts, son of our respected feliow-citizen, Mr Peter Roberts, chetnist, on having successfully passed the first M.R. examination at the Loniou Uuivorsity, A VESTRY Meeting was held in aud for this parish on Thursday, the 23 day of February, at 6 P m., to examine the list of out-door and in-door paupers, and to furnish the Guardians w th any observations the ratepayers might have to make. TicxpzRANon. -On Tuesday the Rev G. J. Howsou, %L.A Rector of Overton, delivered a lecture on temperance, at the National Schoolroom. rbe chair was taken by the Rev. Canon Hugh Jones. After the lecture those interested in the Purity question were invited to attend and remain behind, when an address was given by the same rev. gentleman. LBNTBS Saiavicas.-OnT.riday evening, the 17th inst., the first of the above week-day se vices was held at the Cathedral, when a sermon was preached by the Rev. Canon Richardson Corwen. At the St. Winifred's Catholic Cnurch on Sunday last a sermon was preached by Father Sydney Smith S.J., the subject boing c, Sm in the light of God's order."

Family Notices

THE FLINT AND DENBIGH HOUNDS.

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WELSH DISTRICT NBWS.

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