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THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

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DENBIGH. A New Invention.-We understand that Mr. George Lewis, Love Lane, has applied for a patent for an invention of a novel character, to be used for propelling vessels at sea. Lecture at Brookhouse.-On Tuesday even- ing, a lecture was delivered at Brookhouse (C.M.), chapel, by the Rev. Hugh Pugh, Aberffraw, the subject being The Revival of 1859., The Rev. Robert Griffiths, Chapel Street, presided over a full audience. South Africa.-A lecture on this subject was delivered at Capel Mawr schoolroom, on Friday evening last, by the Rev. John Owen (C.M.), Mold. Mr. T. J. Williams, J.P., was in the chair, and as usual, filled it to the satisfaction of all. The lecture was an excellent one in every way, and was most interesting. It was delivered under the auspices of the Capel Mawr Literary So- ciety. County Police Court.-Wednesday, before Col. Heaton presiding, and Mr. Owen Wil- liams, David Jones, Llangynhafal, was sum- moned by P.C. Thomas, Llandyrnog, for being drunk and disorderly in Llandyrnog, on the 14th of this month. Defendant did not appear. P.C. Thomas stated that on the 14th of this month, about ten minutes past ten, he saw the defendant in the village, very drunk, and using abominable language. The bench fined him 2s. 6d. and 8s. 6d. costs, or in default, 7 days. County School Library.-In addition to the subscriptions towards the school Library already acknowledged, the following ladies and gentlemen have sent in contributions —Mrs. and Miss Gee, Bronallt, have sent eight volumes, which will form suitable reading for boys, and which will be much appreciated. Mr. T. Gold Edwards has sub- scribed two guineas, and Mr. A. Foulkes Roberts one guinea. Mr. W. H. Evans, Chirk Shop, contributed a handsome volume descriptive of Palestine, and containing excellent illustrations. Success oj a Denbighite in Lii;erpool.-We have much pleasure in announcing the suc- cess of Mr. J. R. Jones (son of Mr. Edward ¡. Jones, Love Lane of this town), in the tail- oring trade in Liverpool. Previous to leaving Denbigh, he was engaged for many years with Mr. T. J.Williams. Since leaving Denbigh about eight years ago, he served nearly two years in Pentrevoelas as special cutter, and having full charge of the tailor- ing department. He left there with best references possible, to the firm of Messrs. P. Williams and Co., wholesale clothiers, Paradise Street, as a special cutter and patem cutter, and served the firm five years. He left that firm about nineteen months ago for his present situation, viz., Messrs. J. I Peek and Co., wholesale clothiers, 68 and 70, Byron Street, as foreman over many special cutters and lately he was promoted to be superintendent of the whole factory and cutting rooms, where over 200 hands are employed. Through perseverance and at- tention to business, Mr. Jones has risen to the top of the ladder in his trade. This fact might be of some encouragement to the younger fellows of Denbigh to fight on for a better condition in life.

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CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.

FLOODS IN THE VALE OF CLWYD.

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