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WELSH MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.

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THE FREE CHURCHES.

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DENBIGBL The May Queen.-The Ladies' committee connected with the May Day demonstrations have appointed Miss Phyllis Pierce Hugbes as;May Queen for this year. Six maids of honour and two pages have also been selected. Preaching Meeting. The anniversary preaching meetings of the Wesleyan deno- mination were held on Sunday and Monday last, at Pendref chapel. The preachers were Rev. J. P. Roberts, Coedpoeth; Rev. W. Caenog Jones, Tregarth, and the Rev. W. Lefroy Yorke, of Rhyl, the latter of whom preached in English. The services were attended on both days by large con- gregations. A IVovel Birth-day Present.-On Thursday, one cf our most respected tradesmen cele- brated'his birth day,and among the presents he received was one decided novelty. It was a China saucer, to which was firmly glued a coin-the humble half-penny. Need- less to say that this unique present came from an anonymous contributor. We are unable to give the meaning of the gift. It is allegorical, and probably, ecclesiastic. Tht Farningham Band.-The band from the Homes for little boys at Farningham, paid a visit to the town on Tuesday, and gave two excellent entertainments in the Assembly Rooms, the evening performance being well attended by an enthusiastic audience. The band, during intervals, paraded the streets also, giving an excellent account of themselves, their performance, considering the age of the instrumentalists being highly meritorious. The boys were

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LITERARY AND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT.

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