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RHYL. ENTERTAINMENT.—On Monday evening Mr and Mrs Fredericks gavo a comic character entertainment in the Town H ill, which was fairly patronised. THE MOSTYN HOTEL.—On Thursday week, this hotel, situated in lli^h-street and WeHrngton-road, was sub- mitted to publ.c competition by Messrs Dew and SOD, the solicitor being Mr Charles Heywood, of Manchester. The bidding began with £1,000, and rose to £2)840. There being no advance the lot was withdrawn. SUNDAY SERYIC. S.—The Rev Dancau McGregor dis- coursed on Sunday evening to a large congregation on the mythical theory concerning the person of Jesus Christ."—Oa the same evening, at Holy Trinity Church, the Rev M. Edwards, Vicar of Cwmdeuddwr, preached a special sermon in Welsh to a large congre- gation. EXCURSION FROM BALA.—Oa Friday the Church Sunday School scholars of Bala had their annual excursion to Rhyl und back. The scholars were accom- panied by the Rev R. Jones, rector, and the Rev T. Jones, curate of the parish, and a goodly number of parishioners.—On the same day a well organised excursion from Oswestry, arrived in town. Dinner and tea were provided for them by Mr Smith, of Wellington- road. STAFFORDSHIRE CONSERVATIVES —On Friday last, about 4,000 persons arrived in Rhyl, Iwhither j they were brought by six special trains. The excursion was organised by the Tunstall District Conservative Associa- tion, and the passengers were chiefly members of the association and their families. They had tho option of alighting at Rhyl or going on to Bangor, but, we believe every person stayed at Rhyl. nor were they dis- appointed, for the weather was fine, a good tide in, and various kinds of amusements ready for their patronage.


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