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PONKEY. APPOINTMENT.—The Rev J W Hum- phreys has been appointed by the Rev J H Shakespere, M A the secretary of the English Baptist Union, to be superintend- ent of the examinatio i of collegiate pro- bationers for the Baptist Union Minister- ial List. ENGLISH BAPTIST UNION.—The annual meetings will be held at Mount Pleasant English Baptist Church, next week. It is expected that the Rev Thomas Phillips, of Bioomsbury Institutional Church Lon- don, will be among the special preachers. ri ACCIDENT.—On Friday last, Arthur Wakefield, Glanllyn, Ponkey met with a serious accident whilst following his em- ployment at Hafod Colliery. It appears that quite unexpectedly a heavy fall of roof occurred by which he was severely hurt. A number of workmen heard the noise, and quickly extricated him. He was at once taken in the Colliery ambulance to the Ruabon Cottage Hospital. Wake- field who is 23 years of age, is a member of the Rhos Silver Band and was the pre- vious Saturday one of the party that won the first prize at the Brass Band contest at Llangollen.

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