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Quarrymen's Dinner. The directors of the Castle Quarry invited their employees, also the railway men of the Cwm branch, and others, to the annual din- ner which was held at the Nant Hall Hotel. Prestatyn, on Wednesday last week. Thirty- two responded. and sat down to a very sub- stantial repast. After dinner an excellent programme of vocal and instrumental music was contributed by Mr L. Griffiths and Mr D. Roberts (Meliden), MrR. Davies (Dyserth), Mr Williams and Mr Jones (Mostyn). Mr J. T. Hughes (Dyserth) recited. The usual loyal toasts, the directors of the quarry, and other toasts were received with musical honours. Mr Sutclifte, who presided. informed the company that Mrs Storey, of Brynffynuou Hall, much regretted her in- ability to be present. Votes of sympathy were extended to Mrs Storey on account of a recent bereavement, and to the family of the late Mr Buleock. Mr Sutcliffe spoke very highly of the man- ner in which the men at the quarry carried out their duties, and mentioned that during the year more stone had been sent away than ever before, and the future looked bright. Mr Thomas Hughes, Meliden, foreman at the quarry, expressed the workmen's grati- tude to the directors for their generosity in providing this annual event, which tended to bring about closer unity between masters and men. Appropriate addresses were delivered by Messrs Leonard Hughes, P. R. Hughes, R. Williams (Surveyor), and W. Rowlands (Mostyn). The National Anthem concluded a very snccessful gathering.

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