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WELSH MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.

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LOVE LANE SCHOOL.

DENBIGHSHIRE INFIRMARY.

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DENBIGHSHIRE INFIRMARY. ANNUAL MEETING OF GOVERNORS. The annual meeting of the Governors and Subscribers of the Denbighshire Infirmary was held at the institution on Thursday, when the following gentlemen attended:— Col. Mesharn, Col. Heaton, Col. Lloyd Wil- liams, the Mayor (Mr. E. A. Turnout), Messrs. J obn Davies, solicitor j T. Williams, Llewesog; T. Gold Edwards, A. Foulkes- Roberts, T. J. Williams, William Parry, Clwvd Villa; John Jones, Love Lane J. P, Lewis, J. Parry Jones, town clerk; J. F. Preston, Trefnant; The rector of Denbigh (Rev. D. Davies), Dr. J. R. Hughes, Dr. Griffith Williams Roberts, and Dr. J. Lloyd Roberts. The secretary (Mr. W. Vaughan Jones), was unable to be present on account of in- disposition. THE ABSENCE OF THE CHAIRMAN. Mr, T. Gold Edwards proposed that Col. Mesham should be voted to the chair in the unavoidable absence of the president of the year, Mr. E. S. Wiring, of Bryn Morfydd. Col. Lloyd Williams seconded, and the motion was unanimously agreed to. The Chairman said he was extremely sorry that the president was absent. The notice convening the meeting, and which was intended for the president, had been mislaid in thes ecretary's office. The;s8cre tary had been very seriously ill lately, and Mr. Waring's notice was not sent until it was too late for him to make arrangements to attend the meeting, on account of another engagement in London. Be (the chairman) was sure they all regretted the president's absence. A letter of apology was also read from Mr. J. Harrison Jones. I The Committee beg to present their ninty first annual report. The number of in-patients during the year has been 170, as against 174 in 1897. The number of out patients has been 2,013, as against 1,870 in 1897. The total receipts from all sources nave been £ 1,231 13s. 3d., as against £ 2,187 9s. 7d. in 1897 (but this included special donations for the jubilee year, which amounted to £ 1,058 lis. 5d.). The receipts in 1896 were £1,623 18s. Id.; and in 1895, £ 1,100 18s. 3d. The expenditure shows a marked increase over that of the previous year of nearly 9175, of which X69. 9s. 6d. is accounted for under the head of repairs and furniture. Butchers meat &c., absorbs £4;6 18s. 6d. more than last year milk is £15 17s. 3d.; butter, £ 5 13s. 9d.;

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