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THE FLINT AND DENBIGH HOUNDS

' ST. ASAPH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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IFLINTSHIRE ASSIZES.

WHO ORDERED THE MILITARY ?

RHYL " PLEASANT EVENINGS."

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THE SEAMEN'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY.

ST. ASAPH.

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ST. ASAPH. QUIET DAY.—On Wednesday, at 7-30 p.m., a preliminary address was given by the Rev. W. Disney, M.A., rector of Winwick, North- amptonshire, who also was preacher at the Lentea Services held on Thursday. He con- ducted the Quiet Day, on Thursday, as follows: -8 15 a.m., Holy Communion address on the ministry 10 15 am, "Its high dignity and weighty responsibility 3 p.m., Its diffi- culties 5 p in., The means whereby we may compass the doing of so weighty a work." NOVELTY IN A CHRISTIAN CONGREGATION. —The congregation at the Wesleyan chapel were taken by surprise on Sunday morning, when the minister asked them to recite the chapter every other verse with him, but by the evening service they had studied the chapter and seemed to enjoy the newly adopted plan. THE SPIRITUAL WANTS of the inmates of the Workhouse were administered to bv thp. Rev. R. O. Morris, M.A.. Minafon, on- Sunday evening. A JUBILEE LAMP is to be erected near the Cross, and an ornamented one over the en- trance to the Calvinistic Methodist Schoolroom in Gemig Street. REWARD OF GOOD SERVICE.—A mark o honour has been conferred upon the rural post man who delivers from Rhudnlan to Bodel- wyddan—Mr Thomas Davies (formerly of Elwy Terrace). It includes a "good conduct stripe" and an increase of salary. PLOUGHING MATCH.—The ploughing match to be held near the Cottage on the 12th inst. ought to be well patronised,.as there has been no such match in the neighbourhood for many years. FORTHCOMING CHURCH BAZAAR. The Church people are now organising a great bazaar to be held in July, to defray the ex- penses of some alterations in the Parish Church. Further particulars will no doubt be given before long in our advertising columns SPECIAL BARGAINS will be offered in all kinds of drapery, &,c., at 66a, High street, on Thursday next and following days by Daniel Evans, draper, who has purchased the stock of W. G. H. Crisp, of the Official Receiver.- AD. »—

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XlOW liVNPownER IS JVXADE.

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WELSH DISTRICT NEWS.

WISE AND OTHERWISE. - -

ST. DAVID'S DAY,