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RHOS. FKESH BUTTER :—Splendid quality, di- rect from the farms. From iod per lb. JOHN WILLIAMS, Bank Stores, High st, Rhos. Advt. BIRTH. -The wife of Mr John Johnson, Botanical Brewer, School-street, on Mon- day last—of a daughter. MARRIAGE.—On Monday last, Mr Jeri- miah Edwards, South Lane, Ponkey, to Mrs S. E. Edwards, Rhos. MEDICO HoN-ol-,rED.Dr J C Davies of Plas-yn-Rhos has been elected President of the Denbigh and Flint division of the British Medical Association for the com- ing year. The prospects of Rhos Chair Eisteddfod which will be held at Llanerchrugog Park on Monday next are exceedingly bright. The entries include six male voice choirs three mixed choirs, eleven children's choirs, besides numerous entries on the various musical and literary items. The weather looks as if it has settled down for a fine spell, and it only requires this to make the day a huge success. PRESENTATION.—The Choir and Mem- bers of St David's Welsh Church present- ed Miss M A Owen of the Sun Hotel, Ponkey upon the occasion of her niar- riage with Mr J Ellis with a Brass Fire stool and Silver butter dish as a token of respect for her faithful and valuable ser- vices rendered in the above church. A handsome sum was collected by Miss S J Jones and Miss Phoebe Jones. flo.,NiiN,c.The Rhos Homing Society flew their last O. B. race on Wednesday last from Rennes (France). The birds had been dispatched since Tuesday week, but owing to the bad atmospheric conditions prevailing in the English Chan- nel the aerial candidates were kept for four days. On Wednesday the convoyor Mr Hay, of Liverpool liberated them at 4'45 a. m. The first arrivals reached their respective lofts within three minutes ot each other at 5 o'clock, the birds hav- ing done the 360 miles in a little over ten hours. 1, Mr Wm Parry, 2, Mr Jonathan Richards. MUSIcAL-Last week Mr G W Hughes (precentor of Capel Mawr) was the con- ductor at the Flintshire M. C. Musical Festival held at Mold. We understand that Mr Hughes has been appointed to conduct a musical festival, to be held at the Sun Hall, Liverpool, at which there will be a choir of 2,000 voices, and or- chestra.—Mr Caradog Roberts, Nlus Bac (Oxon), has been appointed conductcr of the Welsh Musical Festival to be held at the King's Cross, London, next year. LOCAL SUCCESSES.—The following have succeeded in securing the pupil teachers' preliminary examination tor the certifi- cates :—Mr Isaac Edwards, Erwgerri, Rhos, (Cefn Council School Miss Lizzie Jones, (Rhos Council School); Mr Her- bert Hannaby (Johnstown Council School) and Walter Evans. Penycae (Brymbo Non-Provided School.) »

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