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DENBIGHSHIRE STANDING JOINT…

. DENBIGHSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

. ENTERTAINMENT.

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ENTERTAINMENT. On Thursday last at the Institute, the fourth of a series of entertainments was held in con- nection with the Llanfwrog church. The pro- gramme consisted of recitations, vocal and in- strumental music. The proceeds were in aid of the Llanfwrog club fund. RUTHIN AND LLANRHYDD SLNDAY SCHOOL. The annual treat in connection with the above school took place at the schoolroom on Wednesday last, at 6 p.m. followed by a con- cert at 8 p.m. In the first part of the pro- gramme, the following took part—Miss C. Beech, Master W Roberts, Miss Freeborne, Miss Lewis Jones, Mr. W. Jones, Manager of the L. and P. bank, Ruthin, Miss Irene Roberts. Party of 6, Sunday School scholars. Then followed the second part of the programme in which the Llanfwrog Amateur Christy Mmstrels kindy assisted, which was excellently rendered MARRIAGE OF MR. JOHN WILLIAMS, LIVERPOOL HOUSE. On Saturday, January the 7th, pt the Welsh Baptist church, Chester, the marriage was solemnised of Mr. John Williams, and Miss M. E. Roberts, Walter Gate Bt. Chester. The ceremony was performed in the presence of a large circle of friends by the Rev. J. Nichols, paster of the church, assisted by the Rev. Isaac James, Ruthin. The bridegroom was suppor- ted by Mr. E Jones, Derby Place, Chester, as best man. The bride was prettily attired. The bridesmaid was Mrs. Jones, Derby Place, Chester. After the wedding breakfast, the happy pair left to spend their honey moon in Liverpool The bride and bridegroum were the recepients of many very useful presents. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. The Annual Meeting of Ruthin Auxiliary of the above Society was held on Thursday the 12th inst. The Mayor (Dr. J. M. Hughes), pre- sided. The meeting was commenced by the Rev. R. Lewis, by reading and prayer. A resolution was proposed by the Rev. E. J. Williams, that this meeting thanks God for his blessing upon the work of the Society and that the meeting prays for a continuation of blessing.' The Rev. D. Oliver, the deputation. then gave an addres-s upon the work of the Society. A vote of thanks to the deputation was proposed by the Rev. J. Jones, seconded by the Rev. D. Jone and enthusiastically carried. The deputation then returned a vote of thanks to the chairman, which was seconded by the Rev. E. Stevens. The meeting was terminated by singing. MARRIAGE .FROM PRISON. A marriage, the circumstances surrounding which were somewhat unusual, took place at St. Peter's Church, Ruthin, on Wednesday. A female prisoner had been discharged from her Majesty's prison in the niornina, and she pro- ceeded direct to the church to be united in the bonds of matrimony to a br degroom who was expected from Johnstown, between Wrexham and Ruabon. The banns had been duly pub- lished on the three proceeding Sundays, during which the bride was qualifying' by residence in the jail. The prospective husband was ex- pected by the eleven o'clock train, but did not arrive; and when he failed to come by the noon train his betrothed was naturally anxious, and the curate of the church (the Rev. J. Fisher, B.A.) and verger were much concerned for her in her trouble. However, the absent one reached the town by the half-past two train from Chester, and explained that he had missed several connections. The ceremony then took place, and the bride and bridegroom, wit,h the friends who had assembled, departed by the train leaving Ruthin at 4.30 under the happiest auspices.

BRYNEGLWYS.,