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Record of Coming Events.



Trinity Church.

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The law-abiding disposition of the great majority of people in this neighbourhood was again demonstrated on Wednesday, when there w?s but one case to deal with (in addition to two or three for rates). To transact the business of the court there were no less than six magistrates in attendence, with their clerk and his two assistants, the Superintendent of Police, and four constables! The Press also was not lacking in representa- tion, four reporters being there in search of copy." A Convivial Gathering. The date fixed for giving a dinner to all residents of Prestatyn over GO years of age is Thursday, January 23rd, at the Town Hall. A committee comprising representatives of all the denominations has the matter in. hand, and the town has been divided into districts for the purpose of collecting names of all eligible people. The secretarial duties are being carried out by Mr T. Parry Williams and Mr Holland Roberts, the treasurer being Mr Joseph Littler. Mr Cunnah announced at the first meeting that with promises he had received and his own contribution ten guineas could be relied upon towards D *• defraying expenses. Constitutional Club. Under the auspices of the Flintshire Con- stitutional Association a billiard match was played at the Prestatyn club on Thursday night, between the local team and representa- tives of the Rhyl club. The scoring was in favour of Prestatyn by 680 against 675. A whist match was played at the same time, and in this again Prestatyn was victorious, winning by 72 against b3. Presbyterian Literary Society. At the above meeting on Thursday night, Councillor Inglefield read a very able paper on The Nationalization of the Land." There was a fair attendance, and Mr Thos. Jones presided. Mr Inglefield brought out some exceedingly good points, and his paper was much appreciated. Those who took part in the discussion which ensued included the Chairman,Messrs Lloyd Jones,T.Griffiths, C. L. Roberts, R. Griffiths, J. W. Worfolk, and T. E. Hughes. Church Army Mission. It is announced in the Parish Magazine that a fortnight's mission will be held in this parish, commencing on February lltli. The services (English and Welsh) will be con- ducted by officers of the Church Army, and held mainly in the Church Room. United Prayer Meetings. During the week united prayer meetings have been held at the various chapels, under the auspices of the Welsh Branch of the Free Church Council. On Monday night the service was at Towyn, conducted by Rev Ezra Jones, and on Tuesday at Bethel, Rev John Kelly conducting. Wednesday's service was at Rehoboth, the meeting being opened with a short sermon by a probationer. On Thursday night Rev Ben Williams conducted a service at the Avenue Chapel, and to-night's meeting is to be at Horeb, conducted by Rev M. F. Wynne. It had been the intention of the Council to hold a series of preaching meetings next week, but owing to unforeseen circumstances the plan cannot be carried out.


Newmarket Mixed Choir.



Mr. Inglefield's Complaints…