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RHOS. FRESH BUTTER :-Splendid quality, di- rect from the farms. From iod per lb. JOHN WILLIAMS, Bank Stores, High st, Rhos. Advt. A Sacred Cantata will be performed at Hill Street Schoolroom on Wednesday.— See advt. PERSONAL.—The Rev R Roberts, pre- sided at the annual conference of the Welsh Congregational Union, which was opened at Pontardulais, on Monday, GOOD.-The sum of ^13 10s. od. has been handed over to Mrs Jennie Roberts, being the proceeds of the com- plimentary concert held some time ago. SCHOOL CHOIR OUTING.-The National School Choir, were by the kindness of their headmaster, Mr Elias Jones, taken for an outing to Chester on Saturday. The weather was that all could be desired and a most enjoyable day was spent. OUTING —The members of the Bible Classes connected with the local Churches to the number of fifty had their annual outing on Monday, when they went to Eccleston Ferry. They were accompan- ied by the Vicar, the Rev J H Thomas, and the Rev E Jenkins-Menlove. FOR CAMP.—The Rhos Company of Territorials have been busy prep .ring for their annual fortnight's training, which will take place at Abergavenny. South Wales. The company is the la-gest in the Battalion. They entrain at the Rhos station to-morrow'. The number going will be between 130 and 140 men and will be under the command of Capt. Davies, and Instructor Morris ASSISTANTS' LEAGUE OUTING.—The Shop Assistants' League held their first outing on Wednesday afternoon last. A party of fifty joined in a drive to Elles- mere, where a most enjoyable time was spent. The League, which is but newly formed, intend holding periodical outings during the summer months. The pre- sident is Mr Garfield Kyffin, and the sec- retaries are Mr Eddie Ellis and Mr Arthur 0 Mills. FRIENDLY SOCIETY.-The members of the Rhos Branch of the Twentieth Century Equitable Friendly Society celebrated their anniversary on Saturday, when a large number assembled at the Club-room where a procession, was formed, and headed by the Rhos Silver Band, paraded the principal streets. Tea was served at the Maelor Restaurant, and in the even- ing a meeting of the members was held at the Public Hall, addresses were given by Mr D T Jenkins, general secretary, Mr J T Edwards, Ponkey, and others. The chair was taken by Mr T Griffiths, Noble Grand CHOIR SUNDAY.—Choir Sunday was observed at the three local Churches on Sunday, when the offertories were for the annual choir trip fund. At St John's church in the morning, the curate, the Rev Rees Jones, took the service, a solo was rendered by Mr J Watkin Hughes, and the choir under the leadership of Mr R T Powell, organist and choirmaster, gave an excellent rendering of the anthem 0 Praise the Lord The solo parts were taken by Mr Charles Simpson and Master Mervin Powell. At the evening service the Rev Joseph Davies, was the preacher. A solo was sung by Mr Tom Williams. PRESENTATION.—On Tuesday evening the Rhos Rangers held a meeting at the Nag's Head Hotel, where the players had presented to them the three sets of medals, St Martins, Chirk Oddfellow's, and League medals. Speeches were made by several Association members congrat- ulating them on their successes. Songs and solos were rendered by the company. The outlook for next year is a bright one several of the outside of Rhos champions have signed on' including most of last season's team. EAST DENBIGHSHIRE UNIONIST ASSO- CIATION.—At a meeting of the above As- sociation held at the Rhos National School on Tuesday July 13th the following reso- lution was passed and a copy sent to the Right Hon. A J Balfour M.P. House of Commons. 44 That this meeting protests against the Proposals of the Chancellor of the Exchequer contained in the Govern- ment's Finance Bill, because they are unconstitutional and revolutionary in character, that they in pese excessive burdens on industry, are injurious to to the general interests of the Country and makes no proper provision for the unity and defence cf the Empire, and therefore pledge itself to use every con- stitutional means to prevent the passage of the Bill into Law." ARCH. B. MAXWELL, Chairman. BOWLS.-A very interesting bowling match took place on Wednesday week, when Rhos played Ruabon. A very hard contested game resulted in a win for Rhos by 43, but on-the aggregate Rhos won by II points. Scores :— RUABCN. RHOS. S. D. S. D. Geo Saint 8 Geo Thomas I I I-aycock 8 7 Tom Edwards. II II J C Murless 5 J Roberts 11 n, Leighton 11 4 A Hughes 6 11 A W Maxwell. 11 J Grade 6 W P Jones 4 11 Robt Williams 11 4 A Hayne i J Higginson 11 Ernest Jones 2 Geo Owens ii ..ft 50 23 77 37 CRICKET.—Rhos Cricket team journeyed to Llangollen on Saturday. Llangollen took the first innings and were all out for 69 Rhos batted well and scored 102. The score LLAIHGOLLEN.A Anderson, b Bowler, 10; S Brown, c Dd llaviee, b Noel Jones, 42 A P Brown Brown, c Dd llaviee, b Noel Jones, 42 A P Brown c D Vv ooda b Noel Jones, 1; A H Green, b Bowler 0; S C Richards, Noel Jones, 3; A N Lancaster, e Wood, b Noel Jones, 3; R W Kichmids c R Davies, b Bowler, 0; J Clifford, b Noel Jones, 6j T D Coward, b Bowler, 0; A Matthews, not out 2; E Wesley, c Griffiths, b Bowler, 4; extras, 1 total 69. Enos.-R Davies, b Green, 15; J Howard, b Green, D 1 Davies.}b Brcwn, y, W Bowler c West- ley b Brown, It; Llew Griffiths, c Sub., b Gieen 7 A Potts b Green, 0; E C Peikins, b Brown, 3; A Jones not out, 34: J G Potts, b Brown, 0; Dd Woods, b Richards, 2 Noel Jones, b Greea, 10; extras, 7 total, 102.

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