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RHOS,1

JOHNSTOWN.

PENYCAE.

RUABON.

RHOS TOWN TALK

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RHOS TOWN TALK It is said :— Thas a rumour gained currency on Monday morning to the effect that Dr Crippen had been arrested at Penycae. That it was a rumour. That the notice outside the Police Sta- tion describing Dr Crippen, his hand- writing, &c., is being zealously studied by the youngsters of Rhos. 0 That every stranger is being scrutin- ized most searchingly by the juveniles. That one stranger felt "rather embarras- sed in passing along Market-street, until a glance at the Police notice board ex- plained all. & That there is much rivalry this year be- tweed the Corwen and Caergwrle eistedd- fods. That both our male voice parties are described by their respective partisans as being in unbeatable condition. That both are confident of winning at Caergwrle on Monday. That the suggestion for a toll-gate in Stryt-y-plas has not yet been taken up by the Parish CounciL Have they re- ferred the matter to the District Council ? That our suggestion that Rhos boys should invest in bathing costumes has partially taken up by some of the boys who bathe in the mountain pool. That several youngsters, taking to heart the admonition in our last issue, girthed their loins with large and glaring basdana handkerchiefs. ~That~the G's made an excellent muster for camp at Aberystwyth this year. ?" That as usual, the Company had a hearty send-off, frcm fathers, mothers, acd sweethearts. That the Jeffries-Johnson fight is being -j refought every night on Cae-Enion by some enthusiastic admirers of the noble art (bantam weight.; ?" That to make the encounter more real- istic, one youngster smeared his face with the blacking brush, to more closely re- semble the nigger. Doubtless had he known how, he would also have put some tzilt on his teeth and smiled the golden smile." That an interesting article on Ges- tures in the House," was published in a London newspaper this week. That the Welsh members were said to be by far the most graceful masters of IC the art of oratorical gesture. That Mr Lioyd George was described as having a perfect genius for telling ges- ture as well as telling argument. That to listen to Mr Lloyd George mak- ing a lengthy speech, accompanied as his speeches are, with telling, eloquent ges- ture, was like walking on moss alongside a mountain rivulet; whilst to listen to many other men, was to tramp with heavy laden boots, along a stony, hard, dreary road.

IN RUABON.

LADY MORGAN'S" AT HOME."

RHOS COMPANY IN CAMP. -+ -

Caergwrle Eisteddfod.

Correspondence. I

THE DENBIGH BOROUGHS.

Found Dead on the Road.

CRICKET.