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DENBIGH. FREEMASONRY.—The installation took place at the Town Hall, Denbigh, on Thurs- day, of Bro. Guy Evcrard Conran as W.M. of the Royal Denbigh Lodge (1,143) of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons. W.Bro. F. J. Gamlin, P.M., P.P.G.J.W., was the installing master, and he was assisted by W.Bros. F. Francis Evans, L.P.M., and T. Redfern, P.P.G. Chaplain, Shropshire. The newly-installed W.M. invested his officers as follows:—Bro. E. Bevington, S.W. Bro. E. F. G. T. Heap, J.W. Bro. R. E. Hughes, treasurer; Bro. T. Redfern, Chaplain; W.Bro. T. F. Evans, secretary; Bro. R. Vincent Johnson, S.D. Bro. W. A. Lewis, J.D. Bro. W. F. Byford, I.G. Bro. B. WTarhurst, organist; Bro. W. Drury, tyler. Reference was made by the Worshipful Master to the departure of W.Bro. Cox for Hirlech, and his retirement from the secre- taryship of the lodge, an office which he had filled with faithfulness and ability for the past 20 years. W.Bro. John Davies was called upon, as senior past master, to make a presentation, and asked Bro. Cox's accept. ance of a tantalus and silver kettle, with lamp, the former being suitably inscribed.

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