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RHOS. INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION.—This annual event in the history of the Wrexham Free Church Council Schools will be held in the Victoria Hall, on the evenings of Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday next week. We are glad to learn that in ipite of the excitement and distractions of the past weeVs there are large entries for al- most all the competitions, and the inter- est promises to be as keen as ever. The Committee have been fortunate in secur- ing the services, as musical adjudicator, of Mr John Williams, Carnarvon. MEASLES.—Owing to the prevalence of measles among the scholars, it was found necessary on Monday last to close the Infants' Council School for a month. The lower standards in the Junior Council School have also been granted a holiday for a like period. SNOW STORM.—The downfall of snow here early on Friday morping was very heavy, the snow in some parts being a i considerable depth. Vehicular traffic was rendered difficult owing to the slippery nature of the roads, but no accidents of a serious character are reported ENTERPRISE. — In our advertisement columns this week we announce the un- ique offer of Mr John Price, Bristol House who will give a ticket of admittance to the forthcoming performance of" Sam- son at Bethlehem chapel, on the 16 inst to all purchasers of a pair of boots. This is something new in bargains, and all who wish to take advantage of it, should read the terms of Mr Price's offer as set forth in his advertisement. RHYS LEwis.-We beg to remind our readers of the performance of Danl Owen's Welsh drama", Rhys Lewis," which is to take place at the Public Hall, on Wed- nesday evening next. The performers are all Welsh, and all the prominent char- acters are represented with much dram- atic ability. To those who wish to enjoy a perfect evening's entertainment we heartily commend them to attend the Public Hall, on Wednesday evening next.

IRhos' Hint to Ruabon.


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.The late Mr Robert Daniel,

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.-Hoax at Hafod Brickyard.

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