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RH03. 1 HARVEST Z5 ot 1 harvest thanksgiving" services have this week been held the different places of worship. -LEAVING FOR COLLEGE.-On Saturday and Monday last several young Rhosites left for Bangor College, where they will undergo a two or three years, training. EXIT OF STUDENTS.—On Saturday last the brigade ot students from Bangor, who have been practising at the schools of I Rhos district during the last three weeks made their exit from Rhos. Before leav- ing they favoured Rhos with a farewell specimen of their by now well known college cry. NEW GAS PIPES -The completion of I laying new gas mains all through Hall Street was finished on Monday night near I the Cross. The gas pressure is now I much better. The old pipes having done I service for over thirty years. 1 TEMPERANCE. — In connection with the Women's Temperance Association a so- cial tea was held at Hill Street on Mon- day. In the evening a public meeting was held at which Dr Llewelyn Williams delivered an excellent address. SERMON -On Tuesday evening the Rev Owen Lloyd, Cac gwile, preached the harvest thanksgivirg sermon at Hill St Chape). EVENING SCHOOLS.—The evening schools have opened this week with a very txter.sive programe. At Rhos Grango schools classes are held in arith- metic, mensuration, Welsh, ambulance, cookery, bock-keeping, citizenship, min- ing and shorthand. At Johnstown the subjects are arithmetic, mathematics, composition, dialing, geography, and I building conduction. The teacher in the building construction is Mr Ivor H. Jones. At Ponkey, lectures in the grammar and literature of the Welsh language, will he given be given by the Rev J. W, Humphreys At Rhos Junior school instruction will be given on "The theory ónd practice of music," by Mr G. W. Hughes. A new feature this year wii! be introduced in the form ot a course of instruction in Economics at the Grange schools, the teacher of which will be Mr Ted Jones, Osborne-stt eet At Penycae also, classes will be he:d for the instruc- tion of arithmetic, mensuration, hygiene, composition, 2nd shorthand. —

JOHNSTOWN.

PENYCAE.

East Denbighshire Seat.

Mr Hemmerde as Playwright.

SOCIALISTS ON THE CROSS.

SOCIALISTS OJS THE CROSS.…

SOCIALISTS ON THE CROSS.

SOCIALISTS UN THE CROSS.

Pretty Wedding at Esclusham

Penycaa Man Crushed by a Fall.

Doan's Investigations Continued…

FOOTBAI/L. ! i 11

Skeleton in a tree at Mold.I

Mr Hemmerde on the Budget.

WREXHAM COUNTY COURT -----

RUABON POLICE COURT.