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DEATH OF Ma T JERMAN, LATE…

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CAERWYS.

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RUTHIN.I

MAGISTRATES' COURT.i

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ST. ASAPH SANITARY REQUIREMENTS. Dr Henry Lloyd, in hh annual report, says that in Ss Ataph the accumulation of tense refuse of all kinds Is beoott-ing a ruisence in tiome quarters, and a system of scavenging is reqaired. The main sewer In two places is in danger of being washed away by the erosion of ths ft 3ods ia the River Etwy aid should ba protected. PEACE CELEBRATIONS. We nnderstacd that after meeting all the expenses of the reoent peios celeb ration i a consideratbSe sum of money remains over, and at the wfniing up meeting of the committee one use of this baSanse decided upon was to make a grabaUy of 3j to each deaeivlnc? rasiaeas of the city of 70 yeara cf age and over. A deputation was also appointed to meat the Dean and Chapter with a view of conferring with them aa to the supporll of a war memory in the Cathedral grounds. MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT. Dr Henry Lloyd's reparS for tho S Asaph Union shows that in the ale. in oj Denbighshire there were daring the Isit year 115 births, of which 15 wore illegitt. mate, and an increase of 25 on the previous year'd births. The dsathe were 101, or a death-rate ot 17.60, bsing the exaob rate for England and Wales. In the Flintshire area the births were 120, of which 17 ware illegitimate. There were 132 deaths, being at the rata of IS 22. IufanUle mortality was high, 125 per 1.000 births. At St Asaph there was a cate of eerebro spinal ever in a boy in a house where soldiers rom Kicmel o.!mp congregated, and it Is probable it was introduced from the camp, where a few cates had occurred. The icflaenza epidemic began at Klnmel camp n Ootober, and between thm and the end of December there were 125 deaths, but though appearing high it was not so great cooeidericg the thousands of Canadian soldiers coming and going and the large cumber attacked with th? disease. There sere 30 deathsâ11 males and 10 femalesâ among the civilian population. Tie bons> Ing proalm 111 the dietriot Is said-to be ?ery acute. The sewage defeats, &) tare dealt with; Bolelwyddai, Riaddlm, and Meliden being referred to.

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DENBIGH.

Put Vour Clock Onak.

Memorial to Canon Marg;an.…

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