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RHYL. GOOD TEMPLARS. The weekly session of Clwydian Lodge was held on Tuesday, Dec. 8th, in Christ Church Lecture Hall, when several new members were admitted. At the close of the session the first "Pound Night" was held, each member bringing a lib. parcel. In this way a very enjoyable repast was amusingly provided. The lodge continues to make progress, and a capital programme has been issued for the weekly meetings up to the end of March next. A TREAT TO THE POOR.-We understand that IT is the generous intention of Capt. Wynne Jones, chairman of the Rhyl Improvement Commissioners, at an early date, to give a dinner to all the p°°r people of this place, which will be sent to their respective homes. A committee, consisting Of Messrs. Arthur Rowlands, S. Perks, John Roberts, D. Evans, T. Winston, W. Wynne, B. Littler, RevS. T. Prichard and J. A. Macdonald, has been appointed to assist the donor in making the necessary arrangements. A SUGGESTED VISIT OTF THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES TO RHYL.—AS the Prince and Princess of Wales are shortly to become the guests of the Duke of Westminster at Eaton Hall, and as it has often been the wish of the people of RhYl that they should favour us with a visit, especially as the Princess so kindly lent her name to our valuable Children's Hospital, would it be out ol place to send a request to His Grace asking him to, use his endeavour on our behalf ? We are sure visit; from their Royal Highnesses would be highly appreciated, and so much .flhe more as the season would admit of the residents shewing that loyalty




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