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. CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.…

DISESTABLISHMENT. 1

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------------POLICE COURT.

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LLAWDDULAS. /

LLANYNYS.

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. 'PARISH COUNCIL./

THE NORTH HENDRE LEAD MINE.

. RAILWAY OFFICIALS' ANNUAL…

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RAILWAY OFFICIALS' ANNUAL DINNER & PRESENTATION.. THANKS to the energy of Mr. J. Cartwright, the local etation-masfeer, through whose effoits an annual Railwy Officials' Dinner has been inaugu- rated here, and was served at the Statioo, on Thursday evening last, by Mrs. Cartwright. Mr. W. Wright presided; the company ielnding local stationmasters, and othor railway officials* numbering over thirty. The suitability of the occasion was taken to present Mr, J. H. E. Bennett with a beautiful Cowhide Gladstone Bag, subscribed for by the railway staff at the atation. Mr. Lowsby also presented Mr. Bennett with a nicely designed Illuminated Address completing the preset),tat,ori given by the well-wishers of Mr. Bennett in the town. The presentation of the Travelling Ba.g was made by Mr. Cartwright, who, in appropriate terms, observed that during the time that Mr. Bennett had been among&t them at Mold, be had always been found most attentive to his duties, and courteous—two important traits in the duties of a railway man's life. The duties of a hooking- clerk, hke those of a station-master, were not at all times tae most pleasant; but Mr. Bennett easily got over all'obstacles. It was with plea- sure that he made the presentation and^e hoped that Mr. Bennett would long be sparetf £ 0 make/ use of the bag as a token of their respect towards him. ? Mr. Bennett made a suitable rejpoose and the remainder of the proceedings were spent in bar- mony.

. URBAN COUNCIL.

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WELSH MARKETS.

THE RUTHIN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

SLINGS AND ARROWS. 1--l-I..",",-,,-

DENBIGH.