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THE WELSH NATIONAL TESTIMONIAL'…

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LLANAKMON SKUL BOI(D.

. IS DENBIGH ASLEEP?

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TREFNIANT. /> .r LAST Friday evening, Mr. Thomas Mills, of Bangor—who, on two occasions,visited Cana- da on the invitation -OF the Canadian Go- vernment—showed a large number of slides, illustrative of Canadian scenery, with the aid of a powerful lantern The chair was occupied by Mr. John Roberts, C.C., Plas Heaton, who WAS one of the a.gricuItllral delegates from thiseountry to CUUADA, who were accompanied by Mr. Mills. Mr. Ro- berts, in introducing Mr. Mills, gave a. few general observations as to Canada, and sta- led t i:t lie had the pleasure of travelling many thousands of miles in the company of Mr. Mills, and was extremely pleased to meet him orcf,, ,in(i to see the views he. bad taken on that. occasion. Mr. Mills then showed numerous slides, the first cumbers of the series illustrating the vn age out. Then followed views of the PRINCIPAL Canadian. cities (including the Ottawa Houses of Parliament); Niagra Falls, and various views of Western Cana- da than came views of Manitoba, and the different agricultural operations carried on in that and other provinces. Various scenes in the Pocky Mountains, and beyond, were also shown as well as incideuts connected with the tour of the delegates. The whole of the^iews were reallv excellent, and gave unmitigated satisfaction to the audience. Canon Lewis, in reply to a vote of thanks for the use of the school, said that the views were the best he had ever seen, and he was certain Trefnant people woulc^ be- -only too pleased to see Mr. Mills there again. The Rev. Ambrose. Joi.es, in proposing t, vote of thanks to the chairman, endorsed all that Canon Lewis bad said as to the excel- lence of the views. The Chairman said HOT he was a witness to the very great troub'e Mr. Mills had taken to procure these photographs* and to their faithfulness and accuracy. He had seen most of the pJaces shown on the canvass, the slides were an excellent, representation of them. During tho entertainment, the CL*airman- explained in Welsh several of the slides shown, especially those connected with di- fferent mode of cultivation IN Canada- WE learn that it is extremely probable that Mr. Mills-will again pay a, v-sit to Trefnant, AND give a similar entertainment. m"

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