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Meetings at Rhos and Johnstown


Mr Rhys at Ruabon.

Mr Rhys at Bwlchgwyn.

Mr Rhys heckled at Minera.


Mr Ormsby Gore at Wrexham


Rhos Man's Good Fortune. I




RHOS ] SUCCESS.—At the recent examinations; of the Council of Legal Education, Mr J A Hughes, Bryntinon. was awarded a First Class in Roman Law. MISSIONARY SERVICE. —■ A missionary service was held at the Hill-street Presby- terian Church on Monday evening, when the Rev. B. Scott Williams, B.A., B.D., j preached an appropriate sermon. A col- lection was made towards the mission funds. ANNUAL PRIZE DISTRIBUION-On Wed- nesday afternoon the children of Rhos National School received their prizes and certificates. The ceremony had been post- poned from Christmas week. In the unavoidable absence of the Vicar, the Rev. E. Menlove presided, and there were also present—Miss L. E. Lloyd, Mrs. Pattison, and the Rev. R. Jones. Miss Lloyd, who terminated her engagement at the school in December, after seven years' faithful service, very kindly pre- sented the prizes given by the Education Authority, and the Rev. R. Jones handed the 44 Vicar Robinson" prizes to the successful pupils. Thanks and cheers were given to all present. CHRISTMAS TREE.—The teachers at the Junior Sunday School connected with the English Church arranged a Christmas tree at the schoolroom on Wednesday evening, when the scholars were presented with prizes for regular attendance. The Rev. R. Williams presided, and during the evening songs and recitations were given by the children. Miss A. B. Jones acted as accompanist and Mr Jos. Charles led the singing. The chief promoters of the movement were Mrs. Hough, Mrs Sauvage.Mr Robert Reid, Mr Jos. Charles and Mr Joseph Taylor. INVITATION DANCE.-On Friday last, the honorary members of G. Coy. held a dance in the Public Hall. The bare walls of the old hall had been tastefully decora- ted with red, white, and blue art muslin, whilst flags, garlands of flowers, lanterns and parasols were used to further brighten the room, the whole presenting a most pleasing effect. There were between 70 and 80 guests, the proceedings being opened by Dr and Mrs J C Davies, Pias- yn-Rhos. Dancing was indulged in until 2 a.m., to the strains of Mr R Smith's band. The refreshments were provided by Mrs. Davies, Johnstown The decora- tion of the room was carried out by Mrs J C Davies, Miss L E Lloyd, Mrs John Williams, Mrs Maxwell, Messrs D W Owens, Ernest Jones, Elias Jones. Wm. Jones, and Colour-Sergt-Inst. D Morris. Plants were kindly lent by Mr Hayne, Wynnstay. The duties pt MC's were undertaken by Messrs D W Owens and John PhUlips. the whole of the arrange- ments were made and carried out by a Committee oi whom Mr A B Maxwell was chairman, and Mr Elias Jones, secretary.


Johnstown Man's Stolen Mare

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