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DENBIGH. I THE DENBIGH BOROUGHS.-Under the presidency of Mr Wm. Parry, Clwyd Villa, the el Denbigh Liberal Coun 'I met at Bodawen on Monday evening, to receive the names of gentle- men likely to contest the Boroughs in the place bf Mr Clement Edwards. No fewer than four- teen were nominated, and seven were selected for submission to the Committee of Inquiry, which will report to the various associations in due course. For the present the names are not to be disclosed. TRIP.—Miss Houghton, of Broadley's, enter- tained her Sunday School class at the English Presbyterian Church at Dyserth on Thursday. MOTOR KILLS SHEEP.-A motor car pass. ing through the town ran into a flock of sheep in Vale-street on Tuesday morning, killing two and injuring several others. The sheep belonged to Mr Cadwaladr Hughes, Nantglyn. YOUNG CONSERVATIVE LEAGUE. The local branch of the Junior Imperial and Constitutional League were, on Saturday, by the kind invitation of Capt. E. W. Griffith and Mrs .a 1 -.N'ewydd. The coml) ?.ny ri"i Lli ilvited fo Mas G set off from tho Conservative Club in bands ur, about 2.30, some walking and some cycling. Plas Newydd was reached at 3.30. Capt. and Mrs Griffith cordially received the company, iiml expressed a hope that they would have a pleasant afternoon. Ail kinds of interesting games 1-ad been arranged, bowls, cricket, and football baiug freely indulged in, and a very pleasant time was spent before tea, which was served in a large room in the hall. About 70 sat down to an -.ip- pctising repast, and cigarettes were handod round to the smokers afterwards. Mr Randle Mainwaring, Mold, addressed the gathering on the benefits of Tariff Reform to the country dot large. He was glad to see so many young men had jointed the League, and trusted they would take a more lively interest in politics. He urged them to work individually, so that they might return their present member of Parliament v. ith a thumping majority (loud applause). On the motion of Col. E. J. Swayne, Cae Derw, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded Capt. and Mrs Grif- fith for their hospitality.—Capt. Griffith respond- ed on behalf of himself and Mrs Griffiths, t. Ed expressed the wish that they would visit Phis Nowydd next summer, when they would have a jolly good time (applause). Three cheers were given for the hosts, and also for Mr Ormsby- Gore. A tour of the gardens and grounds was made, and the games were resumed. The com- pany left for home about eight o'clock.

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