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RHYL FIFTY YEARS AGO.

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RHYL FIFTY YEARS AGO. AN ATTRACTIVE CHRISTMAS TREE. sSxtfaot from the ''North W a!1œ Chronicle," Jitiitmaj-y 7th, 1860). The town of Rhyl. during Friday week, was a scene of iaoe^aaat óÓltir and aoiaiuut>oii. The great centro of attraction was, of tiio NAta,onal Sdhooiroomii, winch, by -no exertions a-r&fi exoeMent tasio oif the ithyi LacLieo (assisted by the Incumbent 11.00 W. li agiie s, Ldq., oiici- tor,) had been oonv-ortod mlo a j/eriect garden 4pd grkiva of evergreen and flowers. An cutin: rpvrhai.rrm-i tree (a tine iir-Ule gift of W. Shipley Ooowy, h-eq.), a blUffi wintsh ""mu, bxxssoans wius flanted, if we maiy use tne expression. in the .1a>rgetC schoolroom. it wdus dotOOJ vv-ttii aii ku. of. aruauou yiariaiicus u1 vvfuutc ii/a-cjr arteji-es. Oil the wai opposite was a besutifui Btetr <4 gus iight, placed itne ingenious invention of the Manager of c-ii-o Gar-woeta,,} in order to liginc the yee. A few coloured Chan-eat) jiitanps were aiso lit bore and. there among its brancaes. The ctfect oi the g»y articies, and the vetfdavst ck*xxra«»ns 1Il the gasigbt was very pretty and imposing. Arothor anuaiter Chritstnuui tree was exmUied m me truant bctiooj -room, most .:u:>.1t;n- 4j y Jajxi out and decorautd under the superdn- teudeuce oi Mx and Mrs Ku.gl*es> Marine Visa, opposite vvta-eh wai aLso a brtliam istar jrasslight. Kio 5to tables, also with their similar attorn- ment.;}, and akogether the eiieota of the handiwork was aeja.-iivhbk in the extreme. io parlskjuiaarise wouki be ewifpiy invidious, but the trees and the tabies combined interspersed with many ooionn-ed bloom,, varied lavage, and splen- did articles. ounnieobed tut waoje in poaat oil caste mad gran-cieur with eitoh other. Doors weie open from 2 to 4 and from 6 to 9 p.m. Admission:—siag-e tickets, 3d; family 6",eL.3 to admit three, 6d. The larger tree .was presided over by the Misses Pringie, the M'ESIOS Rffiawi, Mm Hiokw, Mm Kiizabenh W-yilne, Mss Fktwsndfe, MJas Fitslay, MJH and M.1t. Nwpier. [The smailksr OliO. by MISB EchvaTcfa. The two tables, by M..r..3 and Mass Fainckm^h, MiSee HiIJ and Miss Guc-at, Misa Jacob, the ilabnes, who wtsrc ail irrqistiWe in their coiici- tattons to dispose 0If the extkdlm liie abtenid- are. on both ouoatsiodia was very nuiiiierous and In j.<id*t*oii U- uhojo whom wo iiave afarBady roeEtionod we ncntiotxl present Mite and K £ ah Rowtey, r-odrSyddan, the hTY Rev. the Dean of St. Asaph; J. Sasson, Esq.; asnd MSfflBtrti; Rev. D. R. Thomas; J. Chufton, Esq" tmd Mrs Chaw-ton; Mrs Auater; Mrs Coftms party Mra BigJand; the Masscv Wa.œ; Mr i, Winatoa, Bodannpendi; W. Season, and Mrs W. SieBon; t'he MÍi>œ Brooke; Mrs lacyd, Nan- fLer-di, and Miss D&ie; Mrs Preaton; the Mfees. OaPixtffwood; Mr and Moo Perici-val Pirkering; £ be Mifioes Jonets, (^ieerii Hotel; MT. and Mr Bright; J. IJiokLruson, fei., and Mrs Bickicson; E. Qrinitfon. Eaq., WigiaJr; T. fi-sq.; the MiwiR Jones, Rhrad'dfein the Mijsea Oatiow; tiw ^laaeos Gibbons, JjigiedieAd House; Qie MMBea Lloyd, QaeeB-^ieet; ehe -ae^: Jolwi- eon; Mm Bcimi; Mrs VVlSiante, 56, Hi»h-streei; AugHiatus f).¡¡. viet; lixi., Morden; Mir*. C. Siun- mens; Mrs Lioyd Da,Y, UHjacent-iYxui; the Miasee Jonea, West Psuiadse; Mr Jorjei^, Dudley Anna; Mr and 1r3 Roberta. New Inn; Miss Edwards; Mr Actlcinø; Miss Nurjaw; the Rev. J. Jennings oftrat<i, etc. At mtarvaJsT iiiany tujies were piayed by the ladies on a piano lent for the cooasaon by Mr Hoaiin-g, George Ion, whidh oniiven«d the scene. Aimoejt aa the artddies by eiffhfc oowk wore w,W. The receipts ran t. :-At the tiocir, £ 6 123 li'il. The aaie of fancy articles by the ladies, £ 33 L5s; £ 5, the tree time rcabsing, in the ocurae of f«>w hours, the large amount of jB45 7p lid. The object of the tree Was toward C., New Church at Rhyl. After the article^; wre d.v»so.l of, tiw h. Morgan pwc^ioeed thi-ee cheors for lacfceg. Thsne hjckrfcy ehfw--s were ijiven fco Mire T. B. Sharp, and T. B. Shiairp, Esq., and- three cheers for the Rev. H. Morgan. Tfcsoo (fceers were then grv<iU for the sucocse of the next Chrisbmaj Tree. Ait the oonekiaion the Nieutioixal A was aung, and the assembly then teSt Q room, ihdgbdjy delighted and girajfcffied witlli the pro- cocdiii^s of the day.

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RHYL COUNTY COURT.

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RUTHIN BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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