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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. The Duchess of Roxbulr gh, is staying with Lady Alexandra Paget at Plas Newydd, Anglesey. Mr F. H. Hawkiims, of Wirexham, left on Saturday for China Colonel Henry Piatt, C.B., left Gorddikuog for London. on Thursday. > The Very Rev. Dean Ratcliffe, of Llandudno, has been, appointed Provost of the Roman Cath- oioic Diooese of Menevia. The Lady Mayoress of Liverpool (Mrs Wil- liams) is a daughter of Mrs Morris, Wilton House, Eliesmere-road, Colwyn Bay. Mr T. H. Parry has been gazetted Second Lieutenant in the 5th (Flintshire) Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Miss Assheton, Smith has accepted the posi- tion. of lady patroness of the Anglesey Hunt for next year, and Mr. Claude Lloyd Edwards, Nanhoron, the deputy comptrollership. it The widow and family of the late Major Webbe, Chief Constable of Flintshire, are about to place a memorial brass tablet in Mold Parish Church. Included in the shooting party at BrYili Eis- teddfod, as the guests. of Mr and Mrs C. B. Jones-Mortimer, last week, were Lord Cochrane, Major Phillips, Colonel the Hon. H. Lloyd Mos- tyn, Mai G. Bovil, and Mr Norton. Mr. J. W. Summers, who is the first name on the list of High Sheriffs for Flintshire, is also the adopted Liberal candidate for Flint Bor- oughs. A native of Stalybhdge, he is a leading member of the firm which owns the ironworks at Hawarden Bridge. In succession to the Rev. Bulkeley Jones, who recently resigned the wardenship of Ruthin, the Rev. L. H. O. Pryoe, Vicar of Bistre, has been appointed to fill the: vacancy. Mr Pryce is a son of the Dean of St. Asaph, and commenced his clerical career as Curate of Lampeter. He was afterwards appointed Curate at St. John's, Brecon, and Vicar of St. Mark's, Wrexham. The Rev. Robert Roberts, ex-president of the Congregational| U-nioin, of Wales, and pastor of Bethlehem, Rhois, near Ruabon, one of the larg- est Congreigiaitianial churches: in North Wales, preached his farewell sermon on Sunday night. Mr Roberts, who is retiring from the regular ministry, is 71 years of age, and has had a re- markably successful ministry of twenty-nine years at Rhos. Much reigret has been caused at Caerwys by the news of the death of Gomerydd-Mr John Rowland Jones-a, well-known bard and littera- teur in the vernacular, and for about twenty years headmaster of Caerwys National School, a position he resigned some years, back. He had latterly resided at Delbury, Craven, Arms, where, from the results of injuries sustained by a fall, he has just died. Gomeirydd was a leading spirit in Eisteddfodic and musical circles for faany years, and took a prominent part n the revival of the Caerwys Eisteddfod on the lines of that held when Oueen Elizabeth granted her charter.

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