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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. -

—♦ Swan Lane ChapelI Eisteddfod.



CEFN. DEATH OF MB J. WILLIAMS (CAMRAN) On Good Friday, the death took place of Mr John Williams, Luke-street, but more familiarly known as John Williams, Camran, his native place in Cefn Meiriadog, at the ripe age of 73. For years he had been unable to follow his occupation, owing to a paralytic seizure, and a few weeks ago he had the mis- fortune to dislocate his bip by fallicg down stairs. In his time be was an excellent work- man, and could turn his hand to almost any- thing in manual labour. He leaves a large family of sons aad daughters to mourn his loss. The funeral was of a public character, and' largely attended, took place at the Cemetery 00 Easter Tuesday, the Rev W J Davies (vioar) officiating.


; Death of Mr Thomas Nash.

Death of Canon Drew.


Marriage of Miss Rose Emily…