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CHRISTMAS IN THE CHURCHES.…

NEWMARKET.

LLYSFAEN.

RHYL.

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RHYL. SACRED CONCEWr.-AfteT the service at 1'he Presbyterian Church on Sunday eve.ii/in.g, the augrnentod df.oir of this church, ruumbering about 50 voiccs, rendered Asliford's cantata., "Star of Projnise," u-nder the oi Mr Gorner Owen, who also sang the tenor solos, Miss E. Verrlcir Jonics rendered the- so- prano solos, andi Miiss Gladys Edwards the con- tralto soles, while Mr Howell R-ow-lajid was the bass odlu:.st. The choir acquitted itself credi- tably. Miss Gertrude Smaiiey accoinpajided on the piano, and Mr B. Wadswotrth on the organ. The oiiurch was crowded. P.S.A.—Mr F. L. Rawlins presided over a good attendance at the Boys' Brigade Ilall on Sunday afternoon. Mr E. George Evans gave a short addics*, and Miss Louire WiHksns ren- der ad; two ool POOR RHLIÐF FUND.—Liaeit av^ciirg, at Tbwai IIJ1, a nxrolling vves ac«uivcuii?d Y CbuicitiTCictr F. IfhilJiips to aameddicir wihat gttcps <io«t!d bo takcci to, the jjctcsr icildcf fax-d. Mir A. Cihjeatib.'Gn wtae vcltcd to this cibrrir, amd Mxr Pihiililliips e^pliadintcd tftiiat thore wta3 a. gnru.t dtcicfi of poveafcy Iti ftih-o ttcivsm., ncid tto ccey'a'.iibiiitixciR ho the Ixo- relldeif fmnd wiire motfc wLV'it tlbjc-y sthoulld bo. He wsus aileo ia- fetrisacd CQ EXCICFFICAT G<uiHhicxrtity ttat tihoris "flnas Cibouit 80 cíhÚÔxCl in thie dliflbrcictt w(hio oc»uM Œ:r;1t a.thccnid ocihiocil l'i:ir.vni tho wtsjnlt of boicite. He (belied t3i»a,t t:1K:Y wo-iiid be able to clIO oomc- tiliiriiig to thtEffp tlhJe iiund. Tlhte AmcfijflUt Tietcicd'wid ifaccn thf3 nlhlktfe doifiro and jmmObr.rs was £ 50 2b Ogd, rc.d the Cjoatmiciiil hiod bcCipved laia.iL g'ccuctvpiit.L:y dm gratatiitr^ tfcie fi-o& rias of I'o'win HiadU for two dbiyts (iSfprCcflsts). ■— Yacuoazs cbr.ititi"5Ta \vi;ir>o. d»!«?nscicd, ood. -it "vnae dixiiisd to. held a w-hdat cl.ivia a;i-I decieo on Wicdrjxdiijy, JaatKury 18th. cai .a jumatPo oaJre, ificillciwicd by a. 6cirja:c:t, eLl itlh-e fWHtciwing1 Sahur- dtay.—'Mr Phdtrdjps c^p.'cdlncd tlbiait a nximibcir ctf liadd'cs aasdi gcpttucscuia reaidly to hdrp. Miu Do Ramae, wflio- ta gneiat isatarieeit iw .t\r.J pejar reidic.f f.usnd, had exiptretsBcd -lxgrcib she coudd ntcit ite ptnEBecojt tibtait evcir-ting, buit wo-djd rcoadaar ovicry [JOS::L!t-)J2! :ú.c:1t.:õ¡ruc.2; A ocunnnufctcie was tih-aa qp.pcihiitcd to oainry ouit Llhs ain laiuju: en/uiuLs. THE TuN'TlNE 90CIETY. Thi3 scciety, which is hcid.-iiig its annual meeting on Janu- ary 9th, luus hatl a most satiskioioiry year. Al- thougih only cstabki&bed in 1902 it has now a memtenjliip of 205. During last year it, paid to 41 members no loss- a sum than, 1;70 5s lOd in sick pay, and at the end of the year the financial pceitioa was such that 36 members were- paid a, dividend of £ 1 Is, and 169 mem- bers 01 les th-an five yearssiaraciikig- 20s each. The titid of the dividend is isa)5 4s bd, and -i?54 4s 4?d*i ret??rve fund. Is in tile ASSAULTING A COiSSTABLE. For au easaiidt on P.C. Rogers, a fctbcraxinig man nanrued Wm. Joaas, of no iixed abode,, was on 'IrhLLr--Ai.,i,.y by th,a lcc.-Al ni&ista?atcLi to tor ?NI, -0 with hard I&bou:r. RETURN OF FLINTSHIRE POLICE.— The position of affairs at S!hs>ttca was so satis- laoj.ry <00 Chrdstma.3 Eve th"t many of the Fiinuihire pœà:e were aible to reijurn to their home; P.S. Denifi unci P.C. Oidiield (of Riiiyl) were amo-ij the lofficers who were re- lieved! from duty there.' THE WhB'l PROMENADE EXTENSION. —N-exc week the work on the West Prome- nado extension is to be commenced. Consider- able damage has been done to it by the sea. Mr I'ickersgilJ is the contractor. LICENCED VICTUALLERS' DEFENCE LEAGUE — At the Quarter Sessions for tho ooiunty, to be lutld at M-old on- Tuesday, a pe- tition is to bo prcoented from the Licensed Victuallers' Defence Loagme on the subject of campensa tion charges. The anmal report of tho Licensing Coixtmiiljtiee is aiso to be pre- sented. THE BOWLING GREEN.—Although play has ceased for some time the committee have kept the groundsman fully occupied in attend- ing' to the wintcir dresoi-nig of the greens. A large quantity of mould has been spread Civer the surface, and the ground has boan kept in a gocd condition. SCHOOL PRIZES. At the breaking up for tie holiday at the elementary schools on Friday morning, a ferge number of prizes were dSiXributoi, and certificates for proficiency in religious knowledge were g';vell to tdie senior scholars.

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RUTHIN.

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ABERGELE & PENSARN.

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