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DENBIGHSHIRE INFIRMARY.

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I t the town, and who has reached the front rank of vocalists. Mr. Ivor Foster, the renowned baritone, was in Denbigh so recently as Boxing Day, where he was most enthusiastically received. Miss Annie Parry, and Mr. Barlow, have both appeared on previous occasions before Denbigh audiences, and are well known. A strong orchestra has also been engaged, and a satisfactory per- formance may with confidencebeanfcicipated. We understand that the tickets are selling well, and those who would secure seats, should do so immediately. The Workingi-nerts Free Reading Boom.—■ The annual meeting of the subscribers of the above well known institution will be held on Monday evening, at 7 30 The report and statement of accounts are to be presented for adoption. The public are cordially invited to attend the meeting. The Drill Hall—On Friday evening, the Cariyon and Charlton Dramatic company, occupied the boards at the Drili Hall. The play was entitled In the Ranks.' The hall was v eil filled, and the company had a splendid reception from an enthusiastic audience. On Monday and Tuesday even- ing, Mr. T. R Nugents pantomime company, gave a rendering of 'The Forty Thieves.' Skating Accidents.-During the hard frost last week, many people went to skate on Gwaenynog Pool, and on Friday last a boy named R. W. D; vies, fell into the water. On Saturday when there were about 200 people on the pool, five persons were immersed viz., four men, and a lady. Two went in first, and the others shared a like fate in trying to rescue them. All were, however, got out safely with no worse results than a bath of an icy nature. Rainfall During January.-The rain gauge at Pantymaen, situated 1,320 feet above the sea, recorded a rainfall of 9'37 inches for January, which equals 9,300 tons of water per acre. At Llyn Bran, 1,420 feet above sea level, a depth of 10'09 inches was recorded, equal to 10,000 tons per acre. This is the heaviest fall since October 1892, when the gauge recorded a fall of 12 inches, but this was spread over a larger number of days during the month than this year It will therefore be seen that the fall during the last few weeks has been phenomenally heavy. Capel Mawr Literary Society.—Mr. D. H. Davies, B.A. B.Sc., headmaster of the Coun- ty School, delivered a lecture at a meeting of the above society on Thursday evening, on 'Fermentation.' The Rev. Evan Jones, presided. The lecturer dealt in a masterful manner with his subject and the lecture throughout proved highly interesting and instructive. At the con- clusion of the meeting Mr. Gwilym Parry was heartily congratulated by the Chairman, Mr. Robert Owen, and the Rev. Robert Griffiths, on his appointment as Clerk of the Welsh National Council

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