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DENBIGH. Visit of Ceinwen Jones.-A concert will be given at the Drill Hall on Friday night, when Miss Ceinwen Jones, and other well- known artistes, will sing. Twm o'r Nant.-At the Swan Lane Inde- pendent chapel, next Tuesday night, the Rev. Ben Davies, Pant-teg, South Wales (chaired bard at Llandudno Eisteddvod), will deliver a lecture on Twm o'r Nant.' Competitive. Meeting.-A successful com- petitive meeting was held at the Capel Mawr Schoolroom on Tuesday night, the Rev. Evan Jones presiding. The competitions were mostly restricted to children. Four juvenile choirs competed, that of Mr. Moses Lloyd being first, and that of Mr.R.G. Jones second. Lon Llewelyn.-—H will be seen from our report of the ordinary meeting of the Town Council, that an interesting discussion took PHOTOGRAPHS,—Now is the time to have four Photograph taken. Moderate Charges Clubs, Schools, Parties, &c., by appointment. D. & A. HUGHES, Photographers, Mold. Mr place on a motion made by Mr. Wynne Ed- wards in favour of widening L6n Llewelyn. It was then resolved to hold a special meet ing to consider the question and in accor- dance with this discussion, the members of the Council visited the place on Thursday, and inspected the lane between the points where it was intended to carry out the al- terations. The Late Mr. Andrews.-We are requested to state that Mrs. Andrews, who has received numerous messages of condolence on the death of her husband, desires to express her deepest gratitude to all kind friends for their sympathy with her in her be:aavement, and to say that she is unable to reply per- sonally. Swan Lane Literary Society.-At the meet- ing of the above society, on Monday night, papers were read by the vice-chairmen of the society, Miss Williams, Vale Street, and Mr. T. Bellis. Miss Williams dealt with the Life of Queen Victoria,' and Mr. Bellis with Reforms during the Queen's reign.' The Rev. James Charles presided. Death of Mr. Breher.—It is with deep re- gret that we have to announce the death of Mr. Breber, son-in-law of Mr. Thomas Touch, Park Street, which, we understand, has oc- curred in Africa, where he was employed. Mrs. Breber, who resides with her father in Denbigh, received a letter conveying the sad intelligence the other day. Deceased was once employed at the Denbigh station. Local Examinations in Jfusic.- Weare given to understand that the next local exa- amination in instrumental and vocal music, held in connection with Trinity College, London, will take place in this town during the week commencing March 29th. Entries will be received up to March 1st by the Local Secretary, Miss Gertrude Bradwyn, Vale Street, the well-known teacher of music and singing. A Runaway Horse. On Tuesday, great consternation was caused by the bolting of a horse, which had been left standing near the Farmers' Inn. It went at a furious pace in the direction of the Post Office, where a serious accident was anticipated. Fortu- nately, the cart got through the narrow opening without damage, and the horse was ultimately secured opposite Messrs. Stead and Simpson's establishment. No damage was done. Tea and Coneeg,t.-On Thursday afternoon a tea was given at Salem chapel, for the benefit of the building fund. In the even- ing a concert was held at the Memorial Hall. Mr. Thomas Hughes, 90, Vale Street, took the chair; and the programme included songs by Messrs. Joseph Roberts, T. C. Jones, Meirion Jones, Miss Helsby, Miss Maggie Williams, Miss Mabel Sauvage, and Miss Jennie Jones, and recitations by Mr. Evan Jones and Rhydyddon. On the proposition of Mr. Thomas Hughes, seconded by Mr. Boaz Jones, a hearty vote of thanks was ac- corded to the artistes, and to Messrs. Joseph Roberts and George Jones, who gave the tea. The late Mr. Robert Green'—The lamented death of Mr. Robert Green, son of the late Mr. Robert Green, and brother of Messrs. John and James Green, of this town, has deprived Welsh circles in London, of one of the most genial and popular personalities. At Castle Street Baptist chapel, where Mr. Green was a faithful and valued member, a memorial service was held on Sunday night, when the Rev. Ellis Williams preached an effective sermon. A Miscellaneous Entertainment.-On Mon- day evening last, at Pendref chapel, under the auspices of the Literary Society, a grand' concert was held, the chair being taken by Councillor Boaz Jones. The doors being thrown open to the general public, there was a very large audience: and from the repeated encores, it was evident they highly appreciated the musical portion of the programme. Mrs. David Jones, Llys- meddyg, accompanied in her usual capital style. The programme was as follows:— Pianoforte solo, Miss Edith Jones. Adjudi- cation,' Umbrella Drawing 1st, Master L. Hughes 2nd, Master E. Williams 3rd, di- vided between Masters W. E. and T. Batten. Solo, Master Berwyn Davies, accompanied by Miss Kaysie Davies. Adjudication," 'Knitting Muffatees1st, Miss Jennie P. Hughes. Song, Miss Helsby. Song, Mr. Joseph Roberts. Competition solo singing Bryn Goleu' for children under 18 1st, Master R. Williams. Duet, Messrs. J. Ro berts and R. G. Jones. Song, Miss Jennie Jones. Competition reciting hymn, 1st, Master E. M. Roberts 2nd divided between Masters W. Owen and Berwyn Davies. Song, Mr. Meirion Jones. Competition reading a piece without punctuation 1st, Miss Annie Jones. Quartette, Messrs. T. C. Jones, J. Roberts, Meirion Jones, and R. G. Jones. Song, Miss Helsby. Duet, Messrs. T. C. Jones and Meirion Jones. Song, Miss Jennie Jones. Qurtette, Caledfryn Quar- tette. A hearty vote of thanks was proposed to the chairman and to all who had kindly taken part in the entertainment by Mr. W. M. Davies, seconded by Mr. W. Humphreys, and the chairman suitably responded. The adjudicators on the different subjects were as follows :Miss Maggie Parry Williams, Messrs. J. E. Roberts, Cliff House Joseph Roberts, Wm. Humphreys, W. M. Davies, and T. C. Jones. The president of the so- ciety, Rev. David Jones, and Councillor D. H. Davies, were unable to attend through indisposition. The Battle of Waterloo—The Rev. Emrys ap lwan, of Trefnant, lectured on the above subject to the members of the Capel Mawr Literary Society on Thursday night. Poli.tival.-It is rumoured that Mr. Walter Morgan, who contested the Denbigh Boroughs against Mr. Tudor Howell at the last election, and who is still the Liberal candidate for the Boroughs, will be invited to contest South Glamorgan in the Liberal interest. Ministerial. The Executive Committee of the Union of Welsh Independent has decided to invite the Rev. James Charles, of Denbigh, 31 together with the Rev. William James, of Swansea, to preach the Union Sermons' at the annual meetings of the Union, to be held at Liverpool, and which have been fixed for the 21st, 22nd, 23rd, and 24th of June next. Baptist Literary Society. A miscellaneous entertainment was held under the auspices of the above Society on Tuesday night. The Rev. Benjamin Williams occupied the chair. Songs were given by Miss Jennie Williams, Miss Mary Jane Jones, Miss Emily Owen, Miss Ellen and Miss Catherine Lloyd, and the Chair- man whilst recitations were given by Miss Maggie Jones, Miss Annie C. Roberts, and Mr. Peter Jones. Bodawen.-The annual meeting, held in con- nection with Bodawen Sunday School, took place on Friday. In the afternoon, all the members partook of tea, &c., when the follow- ing ladies and gentlemen kindly assisted at the table:—Miss Gee Mrs. Howel Gee Miss S. J. Rowlands; Miss F. Lloyd, Vale Street; Miss Anne Jones; Mrs. Ellen Jones; Messrs. Howel Gee; R. Prys Jones; W. H. Davies; and J. M. Jones. A large number of children and adults sat down to the excellent fare provided. In the evening, a meeting of a miscellaneous nature was held, under the presidency of Mr. T. Gee, Mr. R. Prys Jones undertaking the duties of conductor. The programme was varried and j interesting. Mr. R. Prys Jones proposed, and Mr. W. H. Davies seconded, a hearty vote of 1 thanks to Mr. and Miss Gee, and Mr. and Mrs. Howel Gee, for the kind interest they take in j the school, and this was carried with acclama- tion. S