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DENBIGH. -r, The Storm.-On Thursday evening, a piece of the roof of the Horse Market, was blown cl-ean off by the gale. The Police.—On Tuesday, the police of the B (Denbigh) Division assembled in the town, and were measured for their new uniform. Superintendent Jones, and In- spector Roberts (Abergele), were in com- mand. Organ Recitals.—On Monday afternoon, and evening, Mr. A. H. Allen, gave two organ recitals at St. Davids Church, the afternoon one being well attended. These were Mr. Allen's last recitals before leaving the town. Capel Mawr Literary Society. At the weekly meeting of this society, held on Thursday evening, Miss Parry Williams, head-mistress of the Fron Goch Girl's School, read a paper upon The Bronte3.' Needless to say the subject matter of the paper was exceedingly interesting and in- structive. The Rev. Evan Jones presided. Pure Milk.—We understand that Super- intendent Jones has taken about 15 samples of milk sold in the Borough of Denbigh, which he sent to the County Analyst. We are glad to be able to state that the analyst has guaranteed that every sample sent was pure milk, with no adulteration. Of course, the samples differed in their richness. This speaks well for our milk dealers. Entertainment at the A.ylum-A most interesting entertainment was given to the Asylum patients by Dr. Herbert, and Mr. C. M. Humphreys, on Friday evening last. The first part consisted of a series of Scot tish scenes celebrated in History, and Romance. Miss Charlotte Jones, provided the musical part of the programme, and gave selections from favourite composers. A laughable sketch entitled Look at the clock' concluded a very pleasant evening's enjoyment. r County School Library.—This library is growing slowly. During the past week, the Rev. James Charles presented it with Macaulay's History of England in six vol- umes, which will be most valuable for pur- poses of reference. He also gave a volume of the works of Carlyle, and of Dickens. Another gentleman who wishes to be styled A friend,'has contributed five shillings to procure books. It is greatly to be hoped that other friends of the school will give their help to secure a useful library for this institution. Magic Lantern. --On Thursday evening, Mr. E. J. Roberts, head-master of the Love Lane Boys' School, gave a magic lantern entertainment at the Swan Lane Iadepen- deet chapel, illustrating the travels of St. Paul. The spacious building was well filled with an enthusiastic audience. The differ- ent views were explained by Mr Roberts himeelf, and the Rev, James Charles. During the evening, Miss Hattie Salusbury sang, On the raft,' with much effect. The proceeds were devoted in aid of the Sunday School. The large audience were well pleased with the interesting entertainment. Irl l'emp.erance.On Wednesday, the Rev. J. Eiddon Jones, Bangor, secretary of the. North Wales Temperance Association paid j a visit to the town on behalf of the associa- tion, and with the view of eliciting the progress made amongst us with temperance work. At five o'clock, the representatives of the various temperance societies met at Capel Mawr schoolroom, and in the evening j a public meeting was held under the presi- dency of Mr. D. H. jDavies, B.A., head- master of the county school. The devo- tional services were conducted by the Rev. Joseph Evans, and addresses were delivered by the chairman, the Rev. J. EiddonJ ones and the Rev. T. Jones, pastor of t'1e Green and Llangwyfan Congregational churches An interesting dialogue was given by Diana Ann Owen and Cassie Davies. Marriage of Mr. T. Lloyd Jones-As an nounced in our columns last week, the mar- riage of Mr. T. Lloyd Jones, Apothecaries Hall, with Miss Catherine Harrison Bun- ford, was solemnized at the City Road Wesleyan chapel, on Thursday, the 2nd inst. The service was conducted by Rev. Evan Jones, Wesleyan minister, Denbigh, and Rev. E. T. Davies, Rhyl, The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr. J. Harrison Jones, Denbigh. She was attired in a green travelling costume, with hat to match, and was attended by one bridesm,id, Miss Lily Bunford, Rhyl. Both carried handsome shower bouquets, the gift of the bride. room. Mr. J. Harrison Jones, Mold, acted is best man. Appropriate selections of nusic were played on the organ before and ifter the ceremony, by Mr. Butterworth,






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