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RHOS. PERSONAL.—Mr James Hughes, Bryn- tirion, has completed Part I of the Bar Examinations. PRIMROSES.—Mr David Davies, Moun- tain-street, has several primroses bloom- ing in his ga'den this week. DRAUGHTS.—The Rhos Liberal Draught Club visited the Wrexham Barracks Club on Tuesday last, and succeeded in win- ning eleven games out of twelve. On Wednesday the Conservative 4 iub visited Rhos, when jthe Liberal Club were again successful by 7 to 5. Up to ihe present, the champion of the League is Mr Ed Charles, who has not yet suffered defeat, although pitted against the best men of the other clubs. HILL-ST LI FBKARY SOCIETY.-The sub- ject of an interesting dlcusion at lilt: Hill-street Literary Society on Thursday evening w.<s 44 Reading and Observation as a means of acquiring knowledge." A paper on 41 Reading 'J was read by Miss Annie Hughes, and another on 41 Obser- vation by Mrs W. R. Hughes. The discussion was continued by Messrs Eb- en Pritchard, T. Davies, and others. WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.—The annual meeting of the Rhos and Ponkey Branch of the North Wales Women's As- sociation, was held at the Maelor Res- taurant on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs J. Howell presided. An able address was given by Mrs Atbert Jones, Ruabon. Mrs W. R. Hughes read her report. So- Jos were sung by Miss Mary Davies, and recitations were given by Miss Jennie Davies and Miss Evelyn Jones. The fol- lowing were the officers appointed for the year President, Mrs W. R. Hughes, treasurer, Mrs Isaac Smith, secretary, Miss Nina Price, committee, Mesdames lsfryn Williams, J Howell, W Price, R. T. Thomas. Wvnn Davies, Peter Price, J. P. Gough, E. Mitchell, J. Owens, J. H", Thomas, B. Williams, Bellis (Smith-st), Jones, (Anghorfa) Thomas, (Fennant-rd, B. Jones, R. Roberts (Post Office) Davies (Glasgow House) Hughes, (Stanley rd) Johnson and Evans, (Johnstown), the Misses Howell Harris Hughes, Frances Jones, Clarke, Sephton, Forrester, and Ensign Hill,

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