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WELSH MARKETS.

. CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.

WELSH FAIRS AND CATTLE MARKETS.

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.OUR CITIZEN ARMY.

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SLINGS AND ARROWS.

DENBIGH.

. IDENBIGHSHIRE INFIRMARY…

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DENBIGHSHIRE INFIRMARY AND THE WAR. We are authorized to publish the follow- ing letter the War Office, and to state that a reply has been received to the effect that should necessity arise for their availing themselves of the beds, due notice should be given to the committee. To Surgeon General James Jameson, 0 C.B., M.D., Director General of the Army Medical Staff, War Office, London. SIR, I a m instructed by the committee of the Denbighshire Infirmary, Denbigh, North Wales, to offer six beds for sick and wound- ed soldiera and sailors from the seat of war in South Africa, to be at the disposal of the War Office, on the following terms :— 1. The committee would allot six beds within the Infirmary. 2. The terms would be 2s. per day for each bed occupied or unoccupied. 3. No infectious or contagious cases would be admitted. A Rontgen Kay apparatus is available for use, and the hospital stands in the country, i.e., is in no way surrounded by houses, and has an open. view. The drainage system has been thoroughly overhauled this year. The Infirmary can provide nurses, while besides the resident medical officer, oqr honorary staff, medical and surgical, have offered to give their services and attend to the patients gratis. The charge under this head would be for any extraordinary medical and surgical requisites, or for extra nurses required, which would probably not be necessary. The committee of this institution would like to add, that while their wish as private individuals would have been, that they could in the present crisis, have offered to provide for the sick and wounded free of any charge, it is impossible that they should do so, as they are debarred therefrom by their position as a committee entrusted with the affairs of a charity established for the benefit of the posret classes in this locality, who may be sick or disabled by accidents of any kind. The committee will be glad to have early intimation from the War Office if their offer is likely to be accepted, and would also be grateful in that event for sugges- tions as to the necessary requirements of the patients. I have the honour to be, sir, your obed- ient servant, ARTHUR MESHAM, Colonel. Chairman of the committee, Denbighshire Infirmary.

BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

DENBIGH MEN WITH LORD .METHUEN,

THE ALLEGED WOUNDING IN HENLLAN…

WAYSIDE JOTTINGS.