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FLINT. THE MAYOR INITIATED AS AN ODDFELLOW.— A special meeting of the Flint Castle Lodge of Oddfellows was held on Wednesday evening at their club-room in Trelawney-square to cele- brate their 58th anniversary. An interesting part of the proceedings was the initiation of six prominent gentlemen as honorary members of the society, viz.:—The Mayor (Alderman S. K. Muspratt), who wore his chain of office, Major Dyson, J.P., Mr. Henry Taylor, F.S.A., town clerk, Councillor T. Ryan, Mr. Samuel Wilkinson, and Mr. John Brady, each of whom expressed their appreciation of the privilege granted them of becoming associated with a society of such noble traditions as the society of Oddfellows. After initiation the members sat down to an excellent knife and fork tea. The Mayor presided, and the following toast list was given :—' The Queen by the Chairman, Army and Navy' Councillor Harrison, re- sponded to by Major Dyson Town and Trade of Flint' Councillor Ryan, responded to by the Mayor, who said that he thought Flint ha4,* seen its worst days, and that there were brighter prospects for the future. Honorary Members' Mr. H. Owen, responded to by Alderman J. Hall, J.P.; 'Manchester Unity* Mr. J. Wilson Owen, responded to by Mr. J. Owen Jones; 'Flint Castle Lodge,' Mr. J. R. Alexander, responded to by Mr. James Craig; Host and Hostess' Mr. J. Brady, responded to by Mr. Ardern. The Mayor was obliged to leave, to go by train, and Major Dyson took the chair. After a few songs and further toasts had been given the Chairman intro- duced Dr. Nairn to the members as the successor to the practice of the late doctor of the society (Dr. T. Hughes), to whom feeling reference had been made.—Dr. Nairn thanked the meeting.

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