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WHOLESALE TIMBER STEALING.…

ST. ASAPH POLIUti COURT.

WORTH KNOWING.

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DINNER AT THE MOSTYN HOTEL.

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DINNER AT THE MOSTYN HOTEL. On Monday night a silver wedding celebration Unner was held at the above hotel, Mr J. Arthur vans (late of Carnarvon) presided, and the vice- chair was filled by Mr Lewis Morgan, Mordon. Among the company were Messrs R. D. Roberts (Mwrog), H. J. B. Lawrence, W. W. Pariy (sol- dtor), O. Owens (grocer), Thos, Jones (Rhydorddwy Wen), R. Davies, Lewis Jones, D. Williams (green- grocer), J. Mudd, J. Kilshaw, T. Gratton, Hy. 'arrv (butcher), H. Sandoe, A. Rowlands, junr., Nelson, Thos. Williams (butcher), D. T. James ^Prestatyn),â Aeges (Messrs Robinson, Barton), J. Smith, R. Finnigan (contractor), H. Williams. lira Bates had prepared an excellent dinner, con- isting of hare and ox-tail soup, roast beef, oast lamb, boiled mutton, calf's head, roast owl, ham, &c., and sweets. Ample justice having been done to the repast, the President proposed the first (and chief) toast of the evening-" Our be- loved Queen and the Royal Family," alluding in ,>propriate terms to the illustrious couple whose ilver wedding they were celebrating. After this jast had been duly honoured the toast list was .rooeeded with, in the following order:â"Our "National Forcesâ*rmy, Navy, and Auxiliary Voices, Police and Press," proposed by the Vice- President, and responded to by Messrs H. J. B. Lawrence for the army, navy and volunteers, Davies or the volunteers, Gratton for the yeomanrv wavalry, and Jones for the pres. Our Local Parliament "âthe Commissionersâby Mr D. T James, responded to by Mwrog nd Mr Lawrence. ''Our Liviag "âthe town and tra 1P of Rhyl by Mr Joseph Mudd, responded to by Messrs T. Williams and Nelson. The Professional Men of <,ajl," by the President, responded to by Mr W. Y. Parry and the Vice Chairman The Plough" ClOt that of St. Asaph), by the Vico-Pleident, re- sponded to by Mr Gratton. "The Conveying Powersâto, from and in Rhyl,' by the President, n"pondd to by Mr Finnigan. "Our Life Saving tleroes"â life boat crew and fire brigadeâby Ml f. Smith, responded to by Mr W. W. Parry. "Our Oistinguisbed Visitors," by the Vice-President, responded to by Mr Finnigan. Absent Friends," the President, responded to by the Vice- President and Mr R. D Roberts. The remaining oasts were The President," "The Vioa-Presid- lit," "The Harp of Wales and our Musical friends," "The Town Dinner Committee," "Our lostess," responded to by Mr J. Bites and Mr R. D.Roberts, on behalf of Mr3 Bates. During the vening several songs were given by Messrs smith, Jarry, Heyes, Finnigan, D. T. James (who sang mder considerable difficulty as he suffered from a old), A. Rowlands, Mwrog sang penillion to the iiarp, and Miss M. Bates played a solo on the piano. l'he accompaniments were played on he la-p by Y Telyn r Cymreig (Mr J. J nes, of Llanerchymedd) who also contiib Jted seveal Welsh and other on the National instrumei t of Cambria. A very pleasant evening was spent.

THE ROAD TO IMMORTALITY.

MOSTYN.

YANKEE HUMOUR.

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THE BAND ON THE^PARADE^

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THE TITHE CAMPAIGN.

THE SILVER WEDDING OF THEI…

ST. ASAPH.