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Two Well-known Rhosites meet…

I Progress Amid Difficulties…

RUABON POLICE COURT.,

Poor Law Conference at Wrexham.

Denbighshire Teachers.

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Denbighshire Teachers. The annual conference of the Denbigh- shire Association of Teachers, was held at Denbigh on Friday. Mr Charles Dodd, Wrexham, presided. Mr H Lewis, Llangollen was appointed president, Mr R B Searell, Llanrhaiadr, vice president; Mr Elias Jones, Rhos, hon-treasurer and Mr E J Roberts, Den- bigh, hon-secretary SALARIES. Mr W R Owen (Ruthin) moved a resol- ution reaffirming the opinion that a scale of salaries for all grades of teachers was dssirable in the interests of education in the counry, and expressed a strong hope that the Denbighshire Education Authority would receive the teachers' representatives in conference. Mr Shelby (Brymbo) se- conded the motion, which was carried unanimously. TOO MANY TEACHERS. In his presidential address, Mr H Lewi 's said that at present there was a great ov- er supply of teachers in the country, and parents should know that the profession was congested and offered no promising career to their children. Having quoted figures showing that little more than half the certificated teachers who left college last year had found employment in the profession. Mr Lewis said this serious state ofaflairs demanded the attention of all concerned.

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RHOS SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS

S.D.A. IN PHOS.

MR WALTER READ'S OFFER.

SOCIALISTS ON THE CROSS.

SOCIALISTS ON THE CROSS.

MR CARADOG ROBERTS.

A favourite in Jamaica.

The Safety of Mines.