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A UNIQUE INCIDENT AT HOLYWELL.

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(Continued from Page %>) A UNIQUE INCIDENT AT HOLYWELL. Mr Then. Hughes, Copper Mills, Greenfield, a member of the Celebration Committee, and one of the prooession Marahalls, has the unique honour of haviag taken a part in three moat important oelebra- tionaof our Queen—at her Coronation, her Jubilee, and her Diamond Jubilee. He wore on hia breast three medals One of them worn on June 28th, 1838, when the Queen was crowned. He was the selected solo singer with the choir led by the celebrated William Jacob, on a platform ereoted in front of Williams the Carrier's house (now London House), High-street. The two chief tunes then Bang were (Rule Britannia,' and God save the Queen.' Another medal was worn on the Queen's Jubilee in 1887, when he had the pleasure of ereoting, at his own expense, a platform in front of the Market Hall, upon which he and about 300 others sang the National Anthem. And the third medal worn on the Queen's Diamond Jubilee,jhe^amongst others on the platform erected in front of London House, again joining in singing the National Anthem.

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