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.-Denbigh Young Man Killed…

Marriage of Mr .-1. Williams…

n_-IMusical Evening at the…

Annual Meeting of Denbigh…

[ Death of Mr. T. A. Johnson.

Denbigh and Ruthin Licences

Vaccination Appointment. I

Easter Day Services. -


Easter Day Services. The Easter Day services in the Churches were largely attended, were of a bright and joyous character, and successful in every way. The Communicants, number- ing several hundreds, made an absolute record for the parish, both as regards English and Welsh, indeed the Welsh Communicants were very largely in excess of any past year. There were three Welsh ce'ebrations—7 and 8 a.m. aid after morn- ing service, and four English celebrations at C, 7, and 8 a.m. and after morning service. The sermons, of course, dealt with the resurrection of our Lord. The preacher at St Mary's throughout the day was the Rector, and at St David's the Rev T J Davies; the Rev Wilfrid Griffith as- sisting at several of the services. The collections for the day, amounting to zC42 183 4d, were given to the Rector. There wore eleven services throughout the day, in addition to three services and school at the Mission hall, so that the clergy had a busy and trying day. St Mary's, as usual, was beautifully decorated —the altar and east end, Mrs and Miss Wynne, Ystrad Cottage; pulpit, Mrs Turnour; font, Mrs Swayne and the Misses Lloyd Williams; lectern. Miss R Clough; gasiliers, Misses Pierce, Salusbury Place; Mrs Grierson, Mrs James, and Miss M Humphreys Roberts; the choir stalls, Miss M Redfern, Miss Evans, Tros-y-parc. The flowers, &c., were sent these ladies by Mr F Burton, Gwaynynog, and other friends. The choirs of both Churches rendered the services admirably, j Mr Bellamy (English) and Mr W M Pierce (Welsh) presiding at the organs.

—♦ Swan Lane ChapelI Eisteddfod.



; Death of Mr Thomas Nash.

Death of Canon Drew.


Marriage of Miss Rose Emily…