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WELSH MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.

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T" DENBIGH. Other Denbigh News on pages 6 and 7. Shorthand.—Mr. W. Hughes, son of Mr. William Hughes, tailor, Broomhill Lane, has this week gained the Theory, or Inter- mediate Certificate in Pitman's Shorthand. Mr. Hughes was instructed in the art at the Technical School. The Shrievalty of Lancashire.—Major W* Charles Jones, of Llannerch Park, St. Asaph, and formerly of Plas Ciough, Denbigh, will be the next High Sheriff of Lancashire. Mr. Jones is the senior and governing director of the firm of Messrs. Jones Brothers and Co Limited, cotton spinners, manufacturers and merchants, Manchester. Natives of the Vale Abi-oad.Alr. T. Hughes, son of Mrs. Lloyd Jones, who has been absent from home on a voyage for nearly three years, was very recently in Calloa (Peru), with his vessel. Whilst there he went over to Lima, and there met Mr. Thomas Foulkes, brother of Mr. John Foulkes, Pentrefelin, who is a successful merchant, in that far off country. The two Denbighites were extremely glad to meet one another; and during his stay at Callao, Mr. Hughes was a frequent and a welcome visitor to Mr. Foulkes' family. Valuable Appointment.—Oa Wednesday last, Mr. Gwilym Parry, of this town was, out of four selected candidates, elected sec- retary of the Welsh National Council, at a salary of 1150 a year, and travelling ex- penses. Mr Parry's appointment has given great satisfaction, not only to his political friends, but also to those who are opposed to him in politics, because, one and all feel that the right man has been appointed to the right place. We understand that Mr. Parry will not be called upon to relinguish the offices he holds at present, and he may continue to reside in Denbigh. We wish Mr. Parry every success in this new and important sphere. The Philarmonic Society's Concert.- We have pleasure in calling attention to the forthcoming performance of 'Elijah by the members of the above society, which will take place at the Drill Hall; next Tuesday evening. The society has secured the services of four excellent artistes, viz. Madame Mary Owen, who is well known in

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DENBIGHSHIRE INFIRMARY.

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