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CHURCH SCHOOL MANAGERS.

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ISTERILISATION OF BOTTLES

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DENBIGH POLICE COMMITTEE.

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DENBIGH POLICE COMMITTEE. THE LLYSFAEN DIFFICULTY. The quarterly meeting of the Gommlittee was held at Denbigh on Friday, Mr James Darling- ton presiding. HONOUR FOR THE POLICE. The Chairman congratulated the Chief Con- stable (Major Leadbetter) on receiving the King's medal for distinguished service. Police Constable Powell, of LlantyaiiMo, was present, and also received, the coaigtratuations of the Committee. Constable Powell was similarly honoured by the King for conspicuous bravery. RUTHIN COUNTY HALL. Tenders were submitted for carrying out cer- tain proposed alterations to the County Hall at Ruthin, and Colonel Saxon Gregson Ellis moved the adoption of two tenders, subject to the continuance of the present aasize system. The accommodation, he said. was sufficient for quarter sessions and other county business, but not for assize work. The motion was seconded, and carried. Ooonel Me sham moved that a sinilar resolu- tion to those passed by other public bodies in the county be adopted, protesting against the proposed alteration of the assize system, where- by the Denbighshire Assizes should be removed from. Ruthin to Chester. Mr B. Jones (Denbigh) seconded, and the motion was carried unanimously. CIHIEF CONSTABLE'S REPORT. The quarterly report of the Chief Constable stated that crime and offences, as compared with the corresponding period of last year, showed a decrease of nine in indictable offences and a decrease of £ 13 17s. 6d. fen the value of property stolen. For drunkenness 124 persons were proceeded against, 19 of whom were for being drunk on Sundays, as aganst 157 and 22 in the corresponding quarter. The report was adopted. EXTRA CONSTABLE-S. The Chief Constable was given authority to appoint two extra constables to, he stationed at Cerrigydruidion and Llanfihangel, in conse- quence of the Birkenhead waterworks. The extra cost will be borne by the Corporation. THE LLYSFAEN DIFFICULTY. The Clerk (Mr W. R. Evans) reported that the Local Government Board had declined to make a provisional order in the matter of Llysfaen. Denbighshire was at present policing this dis- trict, and whether they were dong it under a valid agreement was very .doubtful. The matter was referred to the Committee having charge of it, with the Chief Constable added.

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A FOUNDLING WHO PROSPERED.

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IMILITIA MAN'S THEFTS.

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