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RHUDDLAN. SOCIAL TEA MEETING. On Thursday last a very successful social tea meeting was held at the C.M. Chapel in aid of the general funds of the chapel. The provisions were given by the young people, who, when asked, very willingly came forward to help our worthy pastor. The tables were in the charge of the following ladies Miss Jones, Dol Gam; Miss Davies, Bryncwnin; Miss Davies, Tai Ceryg; Misses Jones, Fron Deg; Misses Wil- liams, Parliament Street, assisted by several other young ladies. The meeting was well attended by members of the difterent chapels, and friends from Rhyl. After the tea, a very successful singing competition for a silver medal took place. Seven competitors entered and sung pieces of their own selection. After a keen contest, the adjudicator (Glas Alaw) awarded the medal to Miss Annie Williams, Rhyl, who sang I The Dream of Paradise.' A recitation was also given in a splendid manner by Mr. ProHit, Rhyl, which was received with applause. UNITED TEMPERANCE LITERARY SOCIETY. This society held their monthly meeting on Friday evening last at the C.M. Schoolroom, presided over by Mr. J. Parry, Canolydre. The principal item of the programme was the de- bate on the subject{ Are the visitors a benefit or disadvantage to the town ?' It was opened in the affirmative by Mr. Joseph Roberts, and opposed in the negative by Mr. Robert Evans. Botheides were welt supported by those pre- sent. The arguments in the affirmative were. that the working classes were able to dispose of their garden and poultry produce at profit- able prices, and also that the Ivisitors caused other businesses to be more brisk. On the other side, the arguments went to show that the visitors desecrated the Sabbath day by driving about the country in carriages and waggonettes —many of them behaving in a very unruly manner, which was a bad example to the in- habitants. It was admitted by both sides that there were great advantages to the visitors themselves in coming to this neighbourhood for the benefit of their health. On the vote being taken, the negative had the majority. The meeting was closed with a recitation by Mr. W. Morris, which was given in a creditable manner.

SUDDEN DEATH OF LORD JUSTICE…

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

POULETT PEERAGE.

COTTON MASTERS AND MEN.

THE MILITARY MANCEUVRES.

THE PHILIPPINES.

BLACK EYES IN CHAPEL.

STREET SCENES IN NEW YORK.

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SKILLED LABOUR.

SINKING OF THE GERMANIC.

(SCOTCH EXPRESS OFF THE LINE.

THE PRINCE OF WALES.

MR. BENNETT, M.P.'S ESCAPE.

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