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IIî;o\ RHOS. CYCLING ACCIDEII;T.As Thomas Evans apprentice at Mona House, Rhos, was cycling" down Talwrn Hill, on Wednes- day, he lost control of his machine and ran into the wall of a bridge. The young man was rendered unconscious, and had to be conveyed to Mona House in a trap, where he now lies in a critical condition. He is being attended to by Dr D. J. Wil- liams. PRESENTATION.—At the close of school at Mount Pleasant English Baptist Church 1 Ponkey, on Sunday afternoon, Mr Gethin Trevor Davies, Hiil street, was presented with a beautiiul illuminated address in album form, on his leaving for Apperley Bridge. VISITING ASTON'S WORKS.—The new factory erected by Messrs Aston and Son j&t Aberderfyn to replace the one which was destroyed by fire some time ago, was opened on Friday, when, at the invitation of the proprietors, some hundreds of peo- ole from Wrexham, visited the place, and were entertained to tea. Large contin gents arrived at intervals, and were es- corted in sections round the factory, their tram fare from Wrexham being refunded to them. Among those who visited the works, were the Mayor (Councillor Sauvage) and Mrs Sauvage. SCHOOL MASTERS IN THE MAKING.— Last Saturday about 29 students from the U. C. N W. arrived here from almost every part of the Principality for their practical school training, and will stay here tor three weeks under the supervision of Pro- fessor F L Archer. No doubt many will recollect the lively times we experienced during the visit of the staff of students last year and of the Memorable Smoker and its sequel. These students are prac- tising at the various Council Schools. 9 of them being at the commodious Gran- go Schools. Since last Monday Mr R T Poix-ell our highly honoured headmastar had 22 teachers and assistant masters un- der his supervision at the Grango Schools.

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