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DENBIGH.

# Prospects of Golf at Denbigh.

Denbigh Revision Court.

Women's Anti-Suffnage League.

t IThe Hafod and Fforest i…

Denbigh Technical and Evening…

English Church Harvest Festival.

Death of an Old Inhabitant.

To-day's Borough Police Court.

NEWCASTLE ELECTION.

ABERGELE.

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ABERGELE. THE WEATHEB.-The "poor farmers" of this district are in a very bad way just now. Their huge crops of corn are rotting on the ground for want of fine weather to gather them in. Prayer meetings are being held for fine weather. Perhaps if the farmers grumbled leas and prayed more throughout the year matters would improve from a weathar point of view. DnUNK. AND INCAPABLE.- On Wednesday I morning, at a special magistrates' meeting, before Col Mellor, Robert Jones, formerly of Rhydyfoel, Llanddulas.J was brought up in custody charged with being drunk and incap- able on Tuesday afternoon. Jones, usually a very quiet man, pleaded guilty. Inspector Tippett proved the case.-Col Mellor: full-a- crown and costs, or seven days and get away to work.—The fine and costs amodnted to 8s 9d. Prisoner haa only 33 9d in his possession, and asked for time to pay.—The Inspector said be was a man who did not go very far away. —Col Mellor then remitted the costs, and the fine was paid. ABEBGELE EVENING CLASSES.—A meeting of the Abergele committee of the evening classes was held at the County School, on Friday, when Mr Edward Williams, vice-chairman of the Urban district Council, was elected chair- man for the ensuing year. The report of H.M. Inspector relating to last year's classes was read as follows" A suitable scheme of work was drawn up, and the instruction was thoroughly sound. Some excellent work was done in higher arithmetic. A larger number of students might reasonably be expected to at- tend these classes."—The Board of Education's grant for the year ending 31st March, 1908, was C5 Is 6d. In the classes for this term, which will commence October 1st, the following subjects will be taught:—Higher arithmetic, shorthand, writing, composition, arithmetic, and general knowledge. Mr Alexandre, one of the County School masters, was appointed responsible master.

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CAERWYS.

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AFONWEN-CAERWYS.

Alleged Housebreaking at Llanrhaiadr.

WREXHAM GREAT AUTUMN SALES.

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