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St. Asaph Board of Guardians.



Wesleyan Quarterly Mooting,…

- Denbighshire Quarter Sessions.


Denbighshire Quarter Sessions. The Easter Quarter Sessions were held at Denbigh at noon to-day (Friday), Mr Jelf Petit presiding. There was one prisoner for trial and two appeal cases, one of which, with the consent of the respondents, was respited until the July Quarter Sessions. Mr Vincent S Wrigley, Eriviatt Hall, attended and took the oaths as a magistrate of the county. The North Wales Asylum Com- mittee wrote deprecating the sending to the Asylum of persons of extreme age suffering from senile mental complaints who could be maintained at home or in the workhouse under suitable care, and they suggested that the Justices be invited to re- frain from sending such cases to the Asylum unless absolutely necessary. They also suggested that Justices signing reception orders should satisfy themselves that the patient is a pauper in receipt of relief or in such circumstances as to require relief for his proper care and main- tenance. The Committee hoped the representations would receive the cordial support of the Court. The Court considered that the ap- plication did not concern them, and took no action in the matter. Col W Saxon Gregson Ellis was re-elected to represent the Court as a Govenor of the Ruthin Grammar School for a period of five years. The application for an order for the diversion of a footpath in the parish of Llanrhydd, in the town of Ruthin, which runs across two fields leading from Wernfechan to the Ruthin Grammar School was dealt with. Mr T Artemus Jones instructed by, Messrs Johnson & Brundrit appeared in support of the application, which was not opposed. The Court, after hearing the open- ing statement of Council,, granted the application. The trial of a soldier in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, on a charge of theft, was proceeding when we went to Press.


Denbigh Traders and Food Production.

The Tawfl Council and the…