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St. Asaph Board of Guardians.

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RUTHIN. OTHER RUTHIX NEWS will be found on the ttnpplement ind Page 4, MARKET PRICES The following were the prices at the market on Monday.âFowls 68 6d co Gs 6d per oouple butbar, 0i Od to 1 per !b egga, 8 for Is rafjbitp, 2s 3d per couple; fat pigs 9}d per lb. MEAN THEFT. I A particularly mean theft wascommitted by some unknown person 03 Sanday Javc, Rhan a quantity or potatoes belonging to I Mr Griffith Hughes, the parish clerk of Llanfwrog, was stolen from a trench in hi warden while he gas attending a service liD Cbnrch. There have been several similar oanea or stolen potatoes in the neighbour- hood recently. MR FURNESS WILLIAMS. Mr Farness Williams is achieving con- alterable finoces* in the operas prodaoeo ats the Sbakespeare Theatre, Liverpool rhe report in the Echo of last Monday'* psrformacce of I Pogliao-.l was a triumph (or Mr Fa mess William-, who as Canio aang and acted with a dramatic power which electrified the audience. A finer pertormance of L;oncaval!:t'ø masterpiece aas probably tiot been seen in Liverpool. FIRE CALL. An urgent telephone mcala-e called out the Ruthin Fire Brigade on Thursday morning to a fire at Maardy, Cor wen, the ( residence uf CJ1 Trevor. Ai dJfliaulty wa- experienced in obtaining horses for the engine, eoxo members of the brigade pro- ceeded to the scene of the 11 e' in Mr ILiris Jones's motor car, taking with them whit appliacces they were able to. Horses were eventually obtained, and the engine fol- towed with the other members of the origade. They ware met in Gwyddlwern jy tbe met of car returning with the new- that the fire h&d been extinguished. I appears that the fire broke oat in a win 1 tho houbo which threatened the whole auilctit g. fco3 the prompt action of those on she spot prevented it spreading, RUrHIN COUNTY SCHOOL. A meeting of the Governors of the above School was held on Thursday, under the 3 jairman&bip of Mr Ezra Roberts. The iieadmistress repotted that considerable uneatine&s existed amongst the Assistant Teashors owing to their not having had in. creases in their salaries this year. After the matter had been folly discussed it was decided to grant them increases as from the comipencement of the current term, and to acfopt the scale of salaries rtcom- mended by the Sab-Committee. Mra Hagh Jones and Miss May Williams tendere:, r4hkir resignations having been appointed co important posts elsewhere, and their, resignations wera with regret accepted. Atinno,eraetits were also made to advertise for two new Teachers at initial salaries of jei35 a year, one to teacb French and English and the other to teach Mathematics, FUNERAL OF MRS. MORRIS, BRONRBYDD. The foneral ot Mra Enz Morrh, Broc- rhydd, whose death was reported in oar colamns 13st week, took place on Friday tas:, tho interment beiug in Llanbedr Churchyard. Tee deceased lady was the widow of the late Mr Thomas Morris, of H.M. Custom?, Walton Park, Liverpool, and caaio to reside in Ratbin on the death of her husband 2G years ago. Mr Morrie, who was born in Clooaenog, was a promi- nent congregationalist in Liverpool, having oeeu a deacon end treasurer of Grove-street Congregational Chnroh for thirty years. ,virs Morris was of a retiring disposition out her gentle and kindly nature had won the affection and esteam of a wide circle 01 trields who greatly deplore her death. The funeral was private, and there were no flowers by reqaest. The fcervice at the jouae was oonaneted by the Rev R Ernest Jones and as the Church and graveside by the Rev D Lewis, rector of Llanbedr. The ehief mourners were:-let carriage, Mr A Wynne Morris (son), and Dr T 0 Jones, deceased's medical attendant; 2ad carrl. age, Mr Richard Jones, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs Williams, Handegla and Mr T Morris, Gian'raon, Lanfair D.C.; :'d carriage, Mr Williams, Wrexham; MUs OJive WiUiamr, Wrexham; Rev R Ernest Jonea and Mr T H Robarts J h etrilaget Gontained the Bearers. Miss Williams, deceased's niece, who resided with her, vas enable to be present owing to illness. The duties of undertaker were carried oat by Mr John Roberts, draper. 0

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