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RHOS. LARGE CONTRACT.—There is every prospect of work at the Hafod Colliery being good for some time to come, owing to the successful completion of a large contract. STUDENTS' SOCIAL.-A social evening was held in Llanerchrugog Hall, on Mon- day evening, when a number of Bangor students and Rhos teachers met to enjoy a pleasant evening. Z." OPENING A NEW LODGE.—A public meeting was held at Mynydd Seion School- room, Ponkey, on Saturday last, for the purpose of opening a new Lodge in con- nection with the 20th Century Friendly Society. Addresses were delivered by Mr Tom Griffiths, Mr J. Davies, and others on "Objects and advantages of the So- ciety." OFF TO NEW BRIGHTON.—On Saturday last, a large number ot Rhos people spent a day at the Eisteddfod at New Brighton. The Rhos Bethlehem children's choir, and a Rhos children's action party, competed, but neither were successful in bringing off first honours. The nearest local suc- cess was the winning of the baritone solo by Mr Llew Davies, Cefn. STILL WAITING.—A large number of men are still out of employment at Vaux- hall colliery. A new distr ict is expected to be shortly opened in the mine, and the men will then be called in. But in the meantime, the unemployed have the great- est difficulty in living on air. NEW GAS PIPEs.-The Rhos Gas Co are laying new gas pipes in the principle I thoroughfares of Rhos. Leakages have long since been suspected, and it is to be hoped that with the laying down of the new pipes, the leakages will disappear, and our supply of gas, in consequence, be much improved. TEACHERS V. SHOP-ASSISTANTS —A foot- ball match between the Rhos Wednesday team and the Rhos Teachers' team, was played on Llanerchrugog Park on Wed- nesday last. After a hard fought game the Teachers' team won by two goals to none. AGENTS OUTING.-All the local agents of the Prudential Insurance Company, on Wednesday last, went to London on the invitation of the Insurance Company. They will be the guests of the Company for three days. APPOINTMENTS.—Mr G. W. Hughes, G. & L., has received an appointment as music master, the Rev J W Humphreys as Welsh instructor, & Dr D J William* as Ambulance instructor, in the coming evening continuation classes under the Denbighshire Education Committee. FOR EGYPT.—On Saturday, Mr Tom Williams, son of Mr J. Williams, station master, Rhos, sails for Egypt, where he will be employed for some years as cash- ier for the firm of Messrs Hughes and Lancaster, who h-lve secured a large contract out there. We wish for Mr Williams a safe and pleasant journey. THE COMING OF HEMMERDE—The Executive Committee of the Rhos Liberal Association met on Friday night last, un- der the presidency of Mr W. M. Jones A letter from Mr Hemmerde to the secre- tary stating that he hoped to arrange for a public meeting in Rhos about the second week in October, was read and discussed. It was unanimously decided to with-hold the proposed public meet- ing until that date. Mr Hammerde also states that he will be accompanied by a popular speaker, and that a tour of the constituency will be made. HONORARY MEMBERS' CHALLENGE CUP. —The last of this year's shoots for the cup and prizes took place on Erddig Range on Wednesday with the following result :-Cup and first prize, Mr S. Pritch. ard, Colomendy, (in) 2nd prize. Mr Ernest Jones, (109) 3rd prize, Mr E idoS Jones, (103); 4th Rev Jenkins-Menlove, (99) 5th Mr M. C. Evans, (92) 6th Mr J, H. Green, (91) 7th, Mr Din Evans, (81) 8th Mr \V. Williams, (79) 9th. Mr J. Williams, (73). SPECIAL COURT. -On Monday, before Dr Lawton Robert" and Mr R R Jones. William Henry Ellis, Afoneitha road, Stryt Issa, was brought up in custody charged with being drunk and disorderly and assaulting the police at Rhos -P.C. Roberts stated that the prisoner was drunk and disorderly in Jones street, Rhos, about 10-30 on Saturday evening, and when he spoke to him he struck him in the mouth and several times on the head. The Bench considered it a serious case, and imposed a fine of 5/- and 7/6 costs for drunkeness and disorderly conduct and 2••> and 7/6 costs for the assault-401- in all. ANNIVERSARY SERVICE. -Special ser- vices were held at the Primitive Methodist Church, on Sunday, when the Rev Joseph Prestwich, of Blackpool, and the Rev J Howell, of Mynydd Seion, Ponkey, preached to large congregations. The choir rendered special music. A lecture was given on Monday night by the Rev Joseph Prestwich, the subject being 44 Guiding Stars." There was a large attendance. Mr Rogers proposed, the Re-v j Howell seconded, and Councillor Wynn supported a vote of thanks,

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