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Record of Coming Events.



CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH A Successful Concert. At the Town Hall on Thursday evening, a concert promoted in aid of the funds of the Welsh Congregational Church was held, and 0 the event proved to be a decided success from every point of view. There was a large attendance, and the programme submitted was of a highly entertaining character, the appreciation of the audience being amply demonstrated by the frequent re-calls to which the artistes had to respond. In the absence of Mr Thos. Jones, J.P Mr J. T. Partington occupied the chair, and the programme was sustained by Madame Burton Griffiths (Chester), Miss Randies (Chester), Miss Bessie Evans (Dyserth), Mrs and Misses Yeoman, Miss Wright, Miss Dilys Hughes, and Mr Amos Jones. R.A.M., all of whom acquitted themselves in a most creditable manner. Mr G. W. Jones was at the piano, and he played the accompaniments in his customery finished style. When the time arrived for the Chairman's address, Mr Partington said he was going to pass that item, but he would just like to mention that he was glad of an opportunity of giving a little help to his Congregational friends. He felt sure he was expressing the opinion of all when he said that they had had a most pleasant time (applause). Before the conclusion ot the proceedings, the Rev. Ben Williams (Pastor of the Church) stated that although Mr Thos. Jones was unable to be present he sent a handsome donation to the funds (applause). He pro- posed a vote of thanks to Mr Partington for occupying the chair, he having come forward at a moment's notice to the artistes, and to all who had assisted in making the concert such a success. He also included Rev. Ezra Johnson who had that evening sent them a generous donation. The vote was seconded by Mr G. O. Williams, who endorsed the remarks of the proposer, adding that Mr Partington had proved himself a friend in need. The proposition was heartily carried, and acknowledged by the Chairman. The secretarial duties connected with the concert had been efficiently carried out by Mr R. Hughes, and the treasurer was Mr J. M. Hughes.


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Prestatyn for the Welsh.

A "Smoker."



Death of an Old Inhabitant.


Harvest Festival.

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The New Club House.

"Town Advertising Association."

"Rehoboth," C.M.

The Main Roads.

Constitutional Club.


The Cricket Club.


The One-Wheel Coach.