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Mr. Rhys at Brynteg.

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v RHOS. PERSONAL.—We are glad to understand' thst M.. I H OrR<?n. A beedprfon, last week underwent an operation at YVrexiiairr Infirmary,) is progressing favourably, and the operation has been entirely successful, Mr Green's numerous friends will be glad to hear. of his splendid progress. LIBERAL ASSOCIATIO.- The Election Committee of the Rhos Liberal Association for the Rhos District met on Monday night, and made arrangements for the- carrying on of the work of the forthcom* ing election. Canvassing has commenced in real earnest. Mr Cadwaladr Morgan' was appointed Chairman of the election Committee, and Mr Joseph Rogers and: Mr Samuel Rowley as the Eiection Agents" for Rhos and Pant Wards, and Ponkey Ward respectively. THE LATE MR JONATHAN THOMAS — The remains of Mr Jonathan Thomas, Campbell-street, were interred in Ponkey Cemetery on Monday. Mr Thomas, who had reached the advanced age of eighty, died on the previous Thursday. He was the senior deacon of Bethlehem Chapel, of which he was a member for sixty years, and a deacon for thirty. He leaves a widow, three sons, and three daughters. The funeral was largely attended. The Revs R. Roberts, T. A. Thomas, R< Jones, E. Isfryn Williams, E. Mitchell, R. Williams, J. W. Humphreys and E# Williams took part in the service, and Mr" Caradog Roberts played the Dead March. An appreciation of the late Mr Thomas- appears in our Welsh columns. BIBLE CLASS SOCIAL.-Tlie members of of the various Bible Classes connected1 with the Church of England in Rhos ac- cepted the invitation of the Vicar (ReV J,- W Thomas) and Mrs Thomas to an enjoy- able social held at the National School 00' Thursday evening. The following assist* ed with the arrangements :-Mesdameq, Wm Jones, Jos Owen, J Powell, Phillips, Jones, Price, S Hughes, the Misses Go Davies, Pollie Hughes, Annie Jones, A Evans, M Ingman, and Mr Elias. Songs were rendered by Mr Edward Jones, 1ft J A Davies and Mr Bache. The vicaf and his wife were heartily thanked iof providing such a pleasant evening. HILL STREET LITERARY SOCIETY.—The* annual supper and watch-night service in connection with the above society ioclfr place on New Year's Eve, The lady member of the Society provided a splen*" did repast, to which over a hundred satf down. A very interesting entertainment followed, the pastor (Rev R Williams), presiding. The programme included 50JO.' by Messrs Harry Edwards, Em'yn Evginsp- Robert Jones, (Cefn), Wilfrid Davies, the Misses Sarah Williams, Maggie Pritchard' duets by Mr Harry Mills and Miss Jennie' Mills. Recitation, R A Jones, E Pran r dle,, and Robert Edwards dialogue by Missetf Nesta and Enis Jones, Jenny and Mabel Mills, and Nellie Duce. In a competition for the reading of an unpunctuated piece of prose, Mr Richard A Jones proved suc- cessful. The ladies who provided the supper were heartily thanked on the pro- position of Mr E Davies. At the close of the entertainment a short religious service was held to greet the New Year.

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