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FLINT. LITERARY SOCIETY MEETING. A meeting of the Nonconformist United Literary and Debating Society was held on Thursday night last week, at the Welsh Wesleyan Schoolroom. The Rev. Hugh Evans, Wesleyan minis- ter, read a very able and interesting paper on Fine Arts,' which was highly apprecia- ted by the members and after some further discussion, a most hearty vote of thanks was I accorded to Mr. Evans. SCHOLASTIC SUCCESS. We are very pleased to learn that Miss Florence A. Price, daughter of our well- known fellow townsman, Councillor R. Price, has succeeded in passing the Queen's Scholarship in the first division. This will entitle her to a course of two year's collegiate training free of charge and we understand that she intends entering Bristol College very shortly. This is only one of a series of successes which Miss Price has recently attained; and we hope her collegiate career will be quite as successful as the past. Miss Price served her time at the Memo- rial National School; and her successful career reflects great credit upon the bead- mistress, Miss Esther -Jones. I RECHABITE SOIREE. I The members of the Rechabite Tower of ¡ Refuge Tent' held a very successful Soiree at the Town Hall, on Wednesday night last. Mr. O. Williams Jones presided at the en- tertainment, which was interspersed with songs, re citations, and instrumental music by members of the society and others. Very suitable addresses were also delivered by the Revs. D. Ghvynfryn Jones, David Ed- wards, and Hugh Evans. Miss L. Owen performed the duties of accompanist in a very satisfactory manner. Hearty vote of thanks were accorded the several parties who had contributed in making the meeting a success. The catering was carried out very satisfactorily by the Co-operative So- ciety. The annual report of the 1 Tent,' which has just been published, shews that the society ia in a flourishing condition. The sick pay for last year in the adult Tent only amounted to £23 2s. 6d.; the contributions were £71 16s. 2|d.; and there was an increase in the funds of £56 8s. 5td. 4 The total of the sick funds being £ 337 15s 61d. The membership shews an increase of 6; the total number on the books at the end of last year being 102, as against 96 in the previous year. There are also 26 juve nile members with a fund of C32 13s Oid. The above figures speak for themselves, and reflect great credit upon those who are responsible for the management of the society. For the first class PHOTOGRAPHS, go D. & I



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