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EUTHIN. HELD OVER. The letter of Geo J Warren on Ruthin Women employees v Ex-Service men and the recent Collectorship appointments, reached us too late âamidst a mass of late copy-foi insertion this week. OTHER RUTHIN NEWS cn page 4>. SHORTHAND TEACHER. Teacher is wanted for the Ruthin Evening School. See advertisement page 2. THE CINEMA See notice in advertising columns of attendants, cashier, &c, wanted FAMOUS GENERAL'S VISIT. General Birdwood visitel the neighbourhood last, and was the guest of Colonel Bromhoad at Plas Draw. > MARKET PRICES. MondayâFowls, 83 to 10s per couple ducks, 10s to 12s per couple eggs, 4s Gd per dozen; rabbits, 8d per lb; plums (Victoria), 01 to 81 per lb; damsons, 8d per lb; apples, li and oi per lb. MISS TATE'S ACCIDENT Major and Mrs Tate wish to tender their sincere thanks for the many expressions of sym- pathy received from the inhabitants of Ruthin and district on account of their daughter Joan's serious accident They are thankful now to bo able to say that she is making good progress 1 towards recovery. REOPENING OF SCHOOLS. The Grammar School reopened on Wednes-1 day. There is an extraordinary increase in the number of pupils this term, and it has been found necessary to establish a house outside the school premises, under the charge of Major Westbrooke, senior assistant iiiaster.The County School for Girls aha reopened on Wed- nesday with an increased number of pupils, FOOTBALL. j A benefit match will take place on Saturday next, an the Recreation Ground, at 2-0 p.m., between the Comrades Xf and Mr R Thomas's XI. The proceeds of the match will be given to the parents of the late Mr Ramsey Mostyn, Prior street, who died on Saturday last. Mostyn had served as a private in the Machine Gun Corp and had Actice Service. It is hoped that the efforts of the local football committees will b3 rewarded by a bumper gate. Admission to the ground will be free, but a collection will be made, and they trust that the sum to be handed over to the parents will be a substantial one FOOD CONTROL COMMITTEE. A meeting of the Borough Food Control Com- mittee was held on Thursday last, presided over by Alderman T 11 Roberts, to consider a letter from the Divisional Food Commissioner asking for the Committee's views regarding an applica- tion by the Va e of Clwyd Dairies, Limited, for a wholesale licence to sell milk, It was decided to inform the Commissioner that the Committee see no objection to granting the licence, subject to preference being given to the needs of the borough, which means that milk should not be sent to other towns until any deficiency in the borough supply is made good. IMPORTANT SALE OF MACHINERY. On Thursday next Messrs T & W Leathes will conduct an extensive sale of modern threshing; sets in Ruthin as advertised. The lots will in- clude 6 single cylinder traction engines, i) ihresh- ing machines, 5 straw trussers, two portable mills, portable chaff-cutting machine, saw bench, trucks, and numerous other lots. The whole are the property of the well-known threshing and haulage proprietors, Messrs Williams & Kellett, and are being sold in consequence of the death of the latter partner. This sale will prove the largest of the kind ever held in this district. ANNUAL RAM SALE The above was held on Monday, good speci- mens were shown in the various breeds most especially the Southdowns, The entry was not so large as previous years, but the demand was the keenest witnessed. Southdowns from X7 10s to £10 2s Gd. (LambB) Mr J K Williamson, £ 6 7s 6d to £ 8 Mr T Williams, Pentreffynnon, £ 7 13s Mr D Jones, Pandy, £ 0 53 to JE5 153 Mr R Jones, Tybritb. Leicester ram lambs JE6 2s 6d to f;9 5s, Mr J Lloyd, Coediog. Welsh shearlings tll 10s. Ram lambs JE-t 10s to fG 15s, Mr Roberts, Dyserth Hall. Messrs Leathes are advertising their next special store sale for October 7th, next fair day. SPECIAL STORE SHEEP SALE. This important sale was conducted by Messrs T & W Leathes on the ]8th inst., when a record entry of store lambs and breedings ewes were penned. Tho sale was well attended, and few lots remained unsold. The following are some of the highest prices obtained Lambs 48s 6d, Mr P Parry, Fronra-wr; 47s. Mr Frank Joy Jones, Llanbedr; -50s, Mr R Percival, Llandegla 46s 6d, Mr J Lloyd, Coediog; 50s Mr R Jones, Peny- graig, Llanelidan. Cross-bred ewes 100s, Mr F A Frost, Wern Fawr; 81s 6d, Mr D Roberts, Myddyn Ucha Welsh ewes 46s 6d, Mr J Lloyd, Rbewl Wen; 44s Gd, Mr J Evans, Loyland Arms, 42s, Mr G P Erans, Llaiuwen 443, Mr J K WilUameon, MILK PRICES. A joint meeting of the Fosd Control Committea and milk retailers of the borough was convened for Monday evening to discuss the winter retail milk prices. Only three retailers attended, and, as they ha 3 no authority to pledge the other retailers, it was not possible to come to any de- cision. The Food Committee therefore fixed the prices as follows October and November, 8f per quart; December, January, February and March, 9d per quart; April, 8d per quart. The Executive Officer Vias instructed to notify all the retai ers of these prices and to inform them that in the event of no reply being received from them by Friday, the Committee would assume that I they agreed, and would report accordingly to the Divisional Commissioners JUBILEE SERVICES. < Special preaching meetings have been held in the Wesleyan Chapel, Ruthin, during this week, | commencing on Sunday, in celebration of the I jubilee of the buildinff of the chanel in Market street. The chapel was built in 1869, and bears j the following inscription on a tablet over the I front door:â"This Chapel was erected to the memory of the Rev Edward Jones, 1869." The Rev Edward Jones was the founder of Wesley- anism in Wales at the beginning of last century, and Ruthin was the place of his ministry. Pre vious to the building of the present chapel the denomination worshipped in a chapel in Mill street whieh was afterwards converted into dwelling ho-ses, and is now the electric light station. The preachers who took part in this week's services were the Rev Hugh Hughes, Old Colwyn Rev W Caenog Jones, Coedpoeth Rev J Rogers Jones, Manchester; and Rev R W Davies, Ruthin. Large congregations attended all the services.



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