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HOLYWELL.

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CHIRK.

LLANGOLLEN.

ST. ASAPH.

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ST. ASAPH. SUNDAY SCHOOL TREAT.âOn Tuesday the annual treat to the members of the Parish Church Sunday School, numbering about 250, took place. The children met at the Schoolroom and marched to the Cathedral, where a short service was held, after which they marched through the Palace ground^ singing a variety, of hymns. They then proceeded to the-National Schools, i where a capital tea was served up, at which the follow- ing ladies presided 'The Misses Hughes, The Palace Mrs. and ).1iss Sturkey, Mrs. Brown, Vicarage Mrs. (Dr.) Browne, Mrs. and Miss Lodtre. The Revs. J. Sturkey, W. Hicks Owen, T. Brown, and W. Thomas were present. After tea a variety of sports were pro- vided for young and old, in a field lent by the Rev. T. Browne. All heartily enjoyed themsolves.

WHITTINGTON.

FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION OF WALES.

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