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--------------1 FRIDAY.—MARCH…

MONDAY.

TUESDAY.

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AN ABERGELE CHURCH DISPUTE.

CHEERFUL PROSPECTS.

NORTH WALES NARROW GAUGE RAILWAY…

ITHE CONVICT LAMSON.

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EXTRACTS.

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AI DARING BURGLARY NEAR CORWEN.

THE QUEEN AT MENTONE.

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THE QUEEN AT MENTONE. Her Majesty the Queen aud Princess Beatrice having slept on board the Royal yacht Victoria and Albert landed at Cherbourg on rhursday morning, and preceeded by special train for Pariss Qn loute to Mentone. Her Majest ? and Princess Beatrice arrived at Mentone on Thursday afternoon, and met with an enthusiastic reception. Prince Leopold arrived at Buckingham Palace on Fridav afternoon from Claremoutrand left in the evening to join her Majesty at Mentone. His Royal Highness will proceed to Arolsen in the beginning of April. The date of Prince Leopold's I man iage will not be formally announced until after the "driithnql allowance has been granted by the House of Commons, but it is stated that a private intimation has been given to the officials concerned that it is proposed that the ceremony shall take place in St George's Chapel, Windsor, on Thursdav, April 27th. The Queen had a good night's rest after her journey. Her Majesty, accompanied by Princess Beatrice and ;wo Ladies of Honour passed through the town at five o'clock on Friday afternoon in an open carriage, driving towards Cape Martin. The weather was splendid, and the streets were de- corated with flags in honour of her Majesty. A number of visitors have arrived at Mentone. The Queen was v isited at Meutone, or. Saturday, by the King and Queen of SOiX011 v. Prince Leo- pold arrived at Mentone on Sunday evening. Accompanied by the Princess Beatrice and the ladies-in-waiting, her Majesty is taking daily drives in the picturesque roacts surrounding Men- tone. °

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