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RHYL PETTY SESSIONS.

THE RIGHTlktAN~AT~LAST !

THE SUNDAY CLOSING ACT.

CHURCHES IN THE RHYL DISTRICT.

Correspondence.

THE MODE OF ELECTING COMMISSIONERS.

RHYL AND ITS BEER LICENSES.

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THE FRENCH WINE CROP.

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THE FRENCH WINE CROP. Good reports come from the champagne districts ai to the quantity likely to be produced, estimated at 75 to 80,000,000 bottles, and if it had not been for the late heavy rains the quality would have been that of a grange annte. As it is, that expectation is dispelled, and the quality will y be oply average. Prices at Ay are still offS. the increase, but not to the same extent that they were last year. In the Lower Burgundy vineyards the yield and quality will be alike satisfactory, but in Upper Burgundy the quantity will be deficient. fin the south the drought has done much barm, and .the < crop will probably come very short. From the districts of Touraine and Saumurois the reports are excellent^ tolerable from Charente, Cognac, and Angoulême (in vineyards which the last year's frost and the phylloxera have spared) very poor from Aunis and Saintonge. The valleys of the Gironde and Garonng are in a flourishing condition, and the coming wilfe harvest is likely to yield two or three million hec^o-* litres more than last year, while the quality is e £ l6p- tionally good.

ST. ASAPH.

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