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DENBIGH.

RTJTHIN.

COUNCIL MEETING.

ABERGELE.

BRYMBO AND BROUGHTON.

CAERGWRIIE.

CEFNYBEDD.

CEFN AND RHOSYMEDRE.

CONNAH'S QUAY.

CORWEN.,

HAWARDEN.

HOPE.

LLANGOLLEN.

MALPAS.

MOLD.

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MOLD. CHURCH NEWS.—At the general ordination held on the 21 ult., by the Bishop of St. Asaph in his cathedral, the Rev. Wm. Lloyd Protheroe, B.A., of St. David's College, Limpeter, was ordained a deacon, and licensed to the curacy of St. Mary's, Mold. Mr. Protheroe read the lessons at evensong on the following Wednesday. n GOOD TEMPLARS.—At the weekly session of this lodge, on Friday, the Grand Lodge Medals of Merit were conferred on those who had been sue- cessful in collecting for the e, Home Mission Fund." Yesterday (Friday) the members of Pioneer Band of Hope had their yearly treat, and on Moaday the District Lodge meets at Caergwrle. EXCURSIONS.—On Monday last, the seaside tickets to RhyMwere issued for the last time this season. The Saturday afternoon tickets which a few years ago were returnable up to Monday evening, have latterly been available for return on day of issue only, thus giving only three hours at the seaside Tim re was a well patronised excursion on Monday to Manchester, which returned in the early hours of Tuesday morning. EXCISE CHANGES.—Mr. T. Lambert, who for seme time has been supervisor of the Mold distiict has been removed to Maidstone, Kent. This removal is regretted by all classes, and especially by the mem- bers of the Mold Literary Institute, who have lost an excellent friend. For some time he has been a member of its general committee, and president of the essay and discussion class, in which he took deep interest. He is succeeded in the excise by Mr. Wolfenden, of London. THE BAPTIST CHAPEL.—The Rev. Gethin Davies, B.A., of the College, Llangollen, has undertaken the superintendency of this chapel, much to the satisfaction of the members. It is chiefly owing to his untiring efforts that the erection of the new chapel in Wrexham-street is being resumed. Con- tracts for its completion have been let to Messrs. Robert Edwards, High-street, and Wm. and Robert Pierce, Pwllglas, and it is hoped the building will be completed early in the new year. It speaks well for the workmanship of those engaged in the earlier contracts, that though it has remained in an un- finished condition for three years exposed to a long series of storms, yet very little of the brick work wiil have to be pulled down. PLEASANT EVENINGS.—This series of entertain- ments, which last winter won so deservedly a suc- cess, was recommenced on Monday last in the Westminster-road Schoolroom. There was a large and highly respectable attendance. The chair was taken by Mr. G. C. Williams, of the U. C. of Wales, and the programme included songs by Miss H. Edwards (U. C. of Wales), Mr. V.T. Evans, and Mr. W. Hopwood, junr. recitation by Mr. F. T. Smith solos on the pianoforte by Mr. T. W. Evans and Miss Annie Powell, and an address on Popping the Question," by the Rev. J. S. Williams, of Welsh- pool. The interest of the meeting was kept up un- abatedly, and a hearty vote of thanks was passed to the performers. It is intended to hold these enter- tainments throughout the ensuing winter, and we trust they will prove to be as successful as the in- troductory one held on Monday.

NEWT OWN.

,ITORTHOP.

RHYL.

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OSWESTRY.

PEN-Y-CAE.

RUABON.

ST. ASAPH.