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RHOS.

JOHNSTOWN.

PENYCAE

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PENYCAE A PICNIC.-The second annual pinic in connection with St. Thomas's Chuich, took place at Tyddyn Ucha Farm, on Wednesday, by the kindness of Mr and Mrs A. Phillips. A large number of mem- bers and friends sat down to an excellent repast. After tea there were games, and the Ruabon Silver Band played for danc- ing. The arrangements were carried out by Miss Phoebe Jones and Miss Phillips, Tyddin Ucha. ST. THOMAS'S CHURCH.—Mr John Jones, Copperas, has been appointed or- ganist, and Mr E. Wright is choirmaster. DISCHARGED.—At Wrexham Police Court on Monday, Edward Roberts, Pant- glass, Penycae, was summoned for being drunk in charge of a horse and trap. De- fendant, who is 63, said he had never been in trouble before. The case was dismissed. COMPENSATION.—At the Denbighshire Licensing Authority's meeting held last week, an agreement was put in by the owner, lesee, mortgagees, and tenant of the Collier's Arms, Penycae, to claim ;6499. The Committees suggested that the parties. should agree upon a reduced claim, and finally ^300 was awarded, to be allocated-;6200 to the mortgagees, ^■5 to the tenant, ^35 to the lesee, and the balance, £ 60 to the owner. THE COUNCIL SCHOOLS.—The children attending the new Council Schools, to the number of about 450, had a treat on Monday, to celebrate the anniversary of the schools. After tea, the Rhos Silver Band led a procession through tne prin- cipal streets, and later, games took place in a field near the school. The arrange- ments were made by a committee, con- sisting of representatives from each place of worship in the district.

.RUABON SCHOOL NANAGER&

Chirk Resident withdraws nothing

UNDER CANVAS.

CAE ENION FOR ALLOTMENTS.