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ICARNARVON BOROUGHS.

DENBIGH BOKOUGHS.

FLINT BOROUGHS.

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~DENBIGH7~ RRYL BOXING DAY EISTEDDFOD. All entries should be to tho Sccretaxles net latcL- than Deceimbcr 13tdi (and not Deoem- bcir 10th). Parry -and Jones, CLascuiiont Hc-uee, Abbey-s'.tree-t, Rhyl.—Advt. W HlST DRIVE.—A very succcssful whist drive was he'd at the Town Hall on Thursday evening in aid of the Orphan Fund of the National Union of Teachers. The prize winners were:—Ladies: 1, Miss Claudia Evans; 2, Mrs Morris Jones. Gentlemen: 1, Mr R. H. Jones; 2, R. J. Williams. GOLF.—Miss Watkin has wen the prize um- brella presented by Mr J. P. Lewis to the lady re-turning the best card in the eclectic competi- tion, open to those never having won a prizo before. Miss Watkin's score was 86. TEA. Mrs Foulkes, Fairholme, and Mrs Hughes, Legrwyd Ucha, gave a tea all Thurs- day afternoon in a d of the Swan Lane School- room building fund. TtiE ASYLUM.—Dr. W. W. Herbert gave a cinematograph exhibition at the weekly enter tainment at the Asylum on Wednesday evening a.nd Dr. Stanley Hughes, Miss M. M. Jones, and .1' LJ. Hughes contributed songs. Dancing fol lowed, the music being supplied by Dr. Herbert's orchestra. DEATH OF A WELL-KNOWN CATHOLIC —The death took place at the infirmary after ten weeks' illness, of Mr Patrick Madden, at the age of 66 years. For many years deceased had been employed a.s platelayer on the L. and N.-W. Raiyway fvy.-tem, and although a man in a humble position, he was known to and respected by almost all the residents of the town. He was an Irishman of the Irish-a true-hearted patriot, who never lost an opportunity of defend- ing the "Ould country" against all tradueers. He was a keen politician and a true Christian. The remains were buried on Thursday at Paiit Asaph Roman Catholic Monastery.

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