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Visit of Rev. E. Lloyd Jones.

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Prestatyn Council.



Holiday Prospects. Many of those who have summer residences in Prestatyn are already in evidence, and there is every prospect of there being a goodly number of visitors here during the Easter holidays, a considerable quantity of advance luggage having arrived. There are no extra attractions here for Easter, but we doubt not many will be glad to avail themselves of an opportunity of enjoying nature unadorned at Prestatyn. At the time of writing the w. ather is delightfully fine, and has been so for many days. Tennis Club Concert. At the Town Hall on Saturday evening a concert was held in connection with the Prestatyn Lawn Tennis Club. Dr Tudor Griffiths was announced to preside, but was unavoidably prevented from putting in an appearance, Mr W. Marshall kindly stepping in to fill the gap. The programme was ,mainly sustained by professional artistes from a distance, assisted by Miss F. Jewell, Miss F. Burt, and Mr F. Nicholson; The arrange- ments were carried out by Mr Herbert Hughes, Bank House, the quality of the concert being worthy of a larger audience, r v Sale of Work at Trinity Church. The ladies of the work society intend on Thursday next to hold their annual sale of the numerous articles of clothing and other goods, botli useful and ornamental, which are the result of the winter session's work, when it is hopeel a large number of ready purchasers will, be found. A musical programme and other attractive items will contribute to the success of the occasion. The sale will be opened at 3 o'clock by Miss Sharman of "Sheffield. The object of the annual sales is primarily to obtain funds for the maintenance of a bed m "the woman's hospital in Shantung, N. China. Any overplus is retained towards a nucleus for a new church which it is hoped to erect in the future. Choral Society. Among the soloists engaged for the per- formance of the "Messiah is Miss Annie Nelson, of, the Queen's Hall (London) Promenade Concerts. Miss Nelson is a great favourite at the Llandudno and Colwyu Bay Pier Concerts, arid wilf doubtless prove an attraction at our Choral Society's forth- coming annual concert. 1 Rehoboth Church. The organ and vocal recital which is to be held on Good Friday evening, will doubtless attract n:iärí)' both visitors: and residents. The vocalists on this occasion are Miss Louie James and Mr Frank Nicholson—both first class Soloists. Two membera_of the Liverpool Orchestral Society, Messrs Adolf Vaethe and Arthur E. Dodd, have arranged respectively tùgive violin and'cello solos, whilst the well- known Professor D.D. Parry, will preside at the organ. Official Appointment. ■Mr Joseph Williams, auctioneer, has been appointed by the Commissioner of Income Tax as collector for the Prestatyn district, instead of Mr Frank Jewell, who has resigned [the office. Mr Joseph Williams has held a like position at Rhyl for several years, and, baying opened an office at Stafford Buildings, Prestatyn, has excellent facilities for discharg- ing the. duties. Railway Facilities—A Joke. A mid-Flintshire correspondent writes It is rumoured in current circles that a mid- air railway scheme is contemplated by a few influential Flintshire gentlemen. It will be known as the Tin Pot Railway," and it is suggested that it should be, constructed in order to suit the conveniences of the midland inhabitants of the county. The pro-tem manager of the Thinking Department of the undertaking will, it is understood, be a well-known member of the County Council. Sale at Pehdyffryn. On Wednesday Messrs. Frank Jewell & Co. successfully conducted a sale of the furniture at this well-known Meliden residence. The view day was Tuesday, and many were the feet that wended their way thither in search of household requirements. The house stands in a most delightful position, and is, we believe, to be let.


The Education Bill.

Irish Emigrants.

Old Age Pensions.-,

The Profits of a Shipping…

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End of the Season.

Annual Preaching Meetings.

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