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BHDS AND DISTRICT NOTES. -".__.-

Iinhabitants of Rhos. RHOS.

JOHNSTOWN.

PENYCAE !

. RUABON.

LLANGOLLEN.

--Ruabon County School.

RUABON FLOWER SHOW.

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RUABON FLOWER SHOW. The annual Horticultural and Industrial Show took place in Wynnstay Park, on Monday, when the attendance of visitors was large. The exhibits were arranged in three large tents, through which a con- tinual stream of visitors, passed. The Ruabon Silver Band provided music, and at night there was a display of fireworks. 120 Yards Handicap (open).-J. A. Phillips, Penycae (10 yards) E. E< Clarke, Wrexham (9); J. C. Watkins, Johnstown (6), 100 Yards Handicap (boys).—R Davies, Overton (6); Roberts, Rhos (10) G. Edwards, Rhos (5). Half. Mile Bicycle Handicap (open).— F. Twist, Preston (25) H. Twist, Pres- ton (25) E. Phillips, St. Martins (35). 440 Yards Handicap (open).-Clarke, Wrexham (25) W. P. Jones, Lianrhaiadr (20) S. Andrew, Pentre Broughton (32). 220 Yards Hurdle Handicap—J. A. Phillips, Penycae (25); J. Parry, Ponkey (20). Obstacle Race.-Jones, Llanthaiadr; Williams, Johnstown Roberts, Penycae. Two Mile Bicycle Handicap (open).— T. Beal, Whittington (130); Phillips, St. Martins (ioo) Clutton, Marchwiel (40). Potato Race.—S. Buck, Liverpool; Holmes, Wrexham Roberts, Penycae. The local prize-winners in the horticul- tural industrial sections were :-Ernest Jones, School House, Johnstown, pansies; John Vaughan, Johnstown, white cabba- ges R. Hughes, Ponkey, apples John Vaughan, Johnstown, gooseberries Mrs Wynne, Rhos, man's shirt Miss Maggie Jones, School-street, Rhos, baby's petti- coat Mrs Stephenson, Johnstown, goose- berry jam Percy Fisher, Johnstown, freehand design E. Evans, Johnstown, drawing; Arthur Thomasjohnstown, and F. A. Griffiths, Johnstown, brushwork J. Jenkins, Rhos, rabbit; W. Griffiths, Rhos, poultry.

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