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AN AUTUMN WALK.

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TREMEIRCHION.

IGOSSIP. I

FLINT.I

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Family Notices

----GILCHRIST LECTURES AT…

RHYL COUNT SCHOOL.

RHUDDLAN.

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RHUDDLAN. The Firejirlgade Bazaar. On Friday at the Fire Station, a meeting of the Ladies' Committee, was held,and was well attended. Mrs Rowley Conwy was elected presi- dent, and it was decided to hold the bazaar on the 26th, 27th, and 28th of February, 1903. It is also intended to hold weekly sewing meetings and to have teas in connection with them, but the final arrangements in this respect will be made at a meeting to be held this (Friday) afternoon. The Parish Church. On Sunday at the Parish Church special refer- ence was made at both the morning and evening services to the restoration to health of his Majesty the King. The vicar conducted the services and preached on both occasions, drawing suitable lessons, whch all might take to heart and benefit by them, and expressing the opinion that the event was a blessing in disguise, if looked at in a proper light. fhe choir (under the leadership of Mr Edward Evans) rendered the anthem I was glad when they said unto me (Sir G Elvey), Mr Thos Davis presiding at the organ. The congrega- tions were large at both services. Bible Union. By the kind invitation of Miss Buxton, a meeting of the members of the above Union was held at Belmont on Monday evening. A large nu mber was present, and an interesting and instructive address was delivered by the Vicar. The Winter Season. A great amount of work has been planned out by different sections of the community with the object of furthering some good causes during the winter, amongst the list being penny readings, to be held fortnightly, promoted by the Vicar and others in order to provide Bibles, cupboards, &c, for the use of the Church Sunday Schools. The first is to take place on Friday evening next at the Boys' Schools. An entertainment is to be given shortly in aid of a fund for providing coal for the poor. The Cricket Club is also arranging a grand concert for next month, and early in the year the Calvinistic Methodists will hold a competitive meeting on an elaborate scale, the subjects for competition being very numerous. There is also some talk of forming a male voice choir for Rhuddlan, if only the singers could begot together. With regard to a brass band, some doubt seems to exist as to whether the Rhyl Council would be willing to dispose of the instruments now in their possession.

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----THE RHYL NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD…

HOLYWELL.

DENBIGH.

FFYNNONGROEW.

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RHYL DISTRICT.I

SOAR WELSH WESLEYAN CHAPEL,…

------Lovely Wales.

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