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-T. ASAPIT- DRAINAGE MATTERS.—At tho Main Roads Committee of the County Council it was re- ported that a communication had been received from the Rev. R. Wilson Jones, of 18, Derwent- road, Liverpool, compUining that the surface water of the main road to Denbigh for a length ot over a hundred yards opposite the Deanery T t drains into his property known as sterxyn Cottages. He asked that proper surface drains should be constructed and a nominal rent of TO 6d a year paid for the use of his premises. The Main Roads Inspector said nothing had been done recently to divert the water Which followed its natural course at this point lis it had a/svays done. Tho only alternative course was to carry the water by pipes to the river.—It was resolved that Mr Jones bo informed of thj facts as stated by the inspector and also of the alternative plan suggested for getting rid of the water, namely, that the owner provided a pipo through his property, the County Council undertaking to collect too surface water to one point to be agreed upon, and connect tho same with his drain. KERBING AND CHANNELLING. It has besn decided to kerb and channci 100 yards on the roadway near Talardy, and 100 yards opposite the Deanery. THE ROADS. — At Wednesday's meeting of the County Council the sum of JB140 was ordered to b3 paid as a grant in respect of St Asaph main roads. The claim of the County Council for repairs to tho road near theworkhouse after the recent sewering works had been paid. Attention was called to the footpath alongside the road which was in a very bad state, and inquiries were made as to what had been done in the matter of widening the road at this point.—It w&s resolved that a renewal of the application for the necessary land bo made to Mr Luxmore, who was reported to be the owner. WEDDING. On Tuesday, at tho Parish Church, Wrexham, the Rev. Lewis Hugh Oswald Pryce, vicar of St. Mark's, Wrexham, elder son of the Dean of St. Asaph, was married to MLa; "■V'T^dd Siason, youngest daughter of the late Mr VV. J. Sissou and Mrs Sisson, of Plas Gwilym, Wrexham. The ceremony was performed by the Dean of St. Asaph, assisted bv Canon Fletcher, vicar of Wrexham, and the Rev. D. S. Davies, vicar of Rhosddu. The best man was Dr. Arthur Pryce, brother of tho bridegroom, and the bride was given away by her brother, Mr Frank Sisson. Tho brido'3 dress was of white chiffon, draped with old Limerick lace, the gift cf her mother. She also wore a net veil, with a wreath of orange hlossom. She caj-ried a bouquet of white carna- tions and lilics-of-the-valley. and wore a pearl and garnet pendant, the gifts of tho bridegroom. The bridesmaids were Miss Myfanwy Pryce, sister of the bridegroom, the Misses Violet Sisson, Victoria Crosse, and Graemo Crosse, nieces of the bride. They woro white silk Empire dresFcs, with pale blue shoes, lace caps with forget-me-nots, and gold and turquoise brooches, tho gifts of the bridegroom, and carried posies of lilic.f-the-vallev and forget-me-nots. Mn.~ter Graeme Hugh-Jones attended a? page, in white, with paae blue shoes. A reception was held at Plao Gwihm, and later the and Mrs L(,7is Pryce left for the Channel Islands and Normandy. The wedding presents were numerous and valuable. BLTLDING OPERATIONS arc being exten- sively carried out at St. Asaph, and a number of dwellings suitable for working men arc fast nearing completion at Silver Bank. More houses are to bo put up in Luke-street on the site of old Penvsrrisiau and on tho Denbigh-road. WESLEYAN ORDINATION.-On Thursday the Rev. J. Lloyd Hughes, Wesleyan minister of St, Asaph, was ordained at the Femdalo Welsh Assembly by tho President cf the We&levan Con- ference. The charge was delivered by the Rev. R. Lloyd Jones, president of the Welsh Assembly ar.d superintendent of the Denbigh circuit. Tho Rev. Humphreys, late of Rhyl, was ;).IDonp those present. WEDDING.—The marriage has taken pbe at Clwyd-street (C.M.) Chapel, Rhyl, of Mr John Evans, district manager of tho Rovn.1 Liver Friendly Society. 18, Kinmc 1-stroot, Rhyl ('ate of Penucha' Roe. St. Asaph), to Miss" Annie Lloyd Roberts, 29, Park-roa.d, Ruthin, lato matron's assistant at "Cartreflc," St. Asanh. UNLICENSED HAWKER. At a soeeial polioo Aô' en Monday, before Dr. A. E. Davies and Mr Peter Roberts, James Gallagher, lato of Wrexham, was sent to prison for seven days for hawking without a licence.


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