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WELSH MARKETS.

THE PORTRAIT OF THE LATE MR.…

THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

SLINGS AND ARROWS.

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. ,DENBIGH TECHNICAL SCHOOL.

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DENBIGH TECHNICAL SCHOOL. The course of lessons in elementary cook- ery terminated on Thursday, the number of pupils attending being sixty, Miss Daisy Jones, of the National Training School, London, being the instructress. In connection with the class, a bread- making compatition and prize distribution took place on Thursday night, when four teen of the children competed for prizes given by members of the committee and other friends. Miss Gee, Mrs. James, Mrs. Humphreys Roberts, Miss Davies, Board Schools, Aid. Keepfer, Mr. William Parry, and other friends attended, and kindly undertook the duties of deciding upon the best made loaf. The competition being so very keen, it was decided that all the competitors should receive a prize. The following is a list of competitors, the first six being awarded the first prize, and the last eight the second prizeBeatrice Lloyd Jones, Ada Hughes, Maggie Helsby, Mary Jones, Louisa Miller, Alice Jones, E. Ellen Lloyd, Annie Evans, Annie Lloyd, Maud Williams, Letitia Morris, Florie Faichney, Lizzie Davies, and Minne Batten. Mary Hefan Hughes was also awarded a prize of a cookery book, kindly given by Mrs. Harrison Jones,for the neatest written recipe book, and the instructress highly com- mended her work. Several of the ladies and gentlemen ad. dressed the children, and complimented them upon their work, and the importance and usefulness of being able to make good wholesome bread. The members of the committee acknow- ledged the able manner in which Miss Daisy Jones conducted the class, and highlv com- plimented her upon the spleedid result of her labours. Miss Jones, in returning thanks, bore tes- timony to the attention paid by the pupils to her instruction, and expressed a desire that the children should practice at home, what they had been taught during the course. The children having shown their high ap- preciation of Miss Jones' services in the usual manner, the meeting terminated.

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CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.

FLOODS IN THE VALE OF CLWYD.

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