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THE WELSH SUNDAY CLOSING ACT.

LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.

VALUABLE GIFT BY JOHN CHURTON,…

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RHUDDLAN.

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RHUDDLAN. The annual tea party and concert in connexion with the Baptist Chapel was held last Monday. The tea was on the tables from 4 till 5 p.m., and the concert commenced at 7. Mr R.Griffiths presided, sup- ported on the platform by the Rev. Mr Evans, pastoi, and the Rev. J. J. Williams, Rhyl. A most enjoyable evening was spent. Glees and anthems were well rendered by the choir, songs and duetts given in good style, the most notable were those by Mr Salisbury, U.C.W., whose songs were loudly encored, as also were those by Miss S. E. Jones, Miss Davies, and Mr D. Trehearn, and a duett by Miss Davies and Mr D. Trehearn. The accompaniments were played by Miss S. E. Jones and Mr D. Trehearn, Rhyl. The chapel was crowded. THE POTATOE CROP.—A correspondent from Rhudd- lan writes I I There is a good crop of potatoes, this year, they are pretty free from disease. Mr Lucas got 4jlbs. of the magnum bonum under one root. Mr 4 Matthew Sidebotham had 3 potatoes of the Irish sort weighing 31b. 12oz., and we were informed of a monster potatoe weighiug lib. 12oz., at the King's Head Inn."

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