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THIS DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

THE INDIAN FRONTIER RISING.

+. THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE.

-♦ EIGHT OR NINE TIMES MARRIED.

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DEATH OF DTrf, JUSTICE CAVE.…

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AUCTION SALES. ♦

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. FRODSHAM.

. HAWARD EN.

THE EAST DENBIGHSHIRE ELECTION.…

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THE FAILURE OF THE SALMON…

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FOOTBALL.

WREXHAM HOCKEY CLUB.

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.HESWALL.

. WREXHAM.

. SHOCKLACH.

NORLEY.

. FLINT.

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«. HOLD. ORDINATION OF A MINISTER.—On Monday special ordination [services were held at Zoar Congregational Church, Mold, in connection with the settlement of Mr. John R. Hughes, of Llansantsior, Abergele, as pastor of the Zoar and Jerusalem Churches. The officiating ministers were the Revs. R. Roberts (Rhos), Morgan W. Davies (Abergele), W. Gwenffrwd Thomas, and others. DEATH OF A MOLD LADY AT TREFRIW.— Great surprise and regret prevailed in Mold on Tuesday morning in consequence of a telegram announcing the death of Mrs. Davies (wife of Mr. Evan Davies, currier) of this town, and eldest daughter of the late Mr. Benjamin and Mrs. Powell, confectioners. The deceased lady had gone to Trefriw for the benefit of her health, but was attacked with typhoid fever, to which she succumbed. Great sympathy is felt for the deceased's husband and children, as well as for her aged mother. PROPERTY FOR SALE.—On Wednesday Mr. J. E. Davies offered for sale at the Black Lion Hotel the freehold county residence, known as Bod-derwen, with 18! acres of fine old pasture land, situated about one mile from the town of Mold; also eight dwelling-houses and two shops, situated in Wrexham-street and Stanley-street: Mold. Lot 1 was first offered, which comprised Bod-derwen, for which X975 was offered, at which amount it was withdrawn. Lot 2, com- prising eight dwelling-houses and two shops, was then offered for sale, but this lot was also withdrawn at 91,150. There was but a small attendance. Messrs. Kelly, Keene, and Co. were the vendor's solicitors. ALUN COUNTY SCHOOLS.—The local governors have issued notices intimating that they offer ten scholarships, tenable for one year, at the above school. There are four scholarships for girls:—One of S6, one of C5, and two of X4; and six scholarships for boys :—Two of X6, and four of E4. Candidates must have been three years in a public elementary school, and must be ten years of age, and not more than thirteen on the 1st day of August, 1897. The examina- tion will be conducted by Mr. L. J. Roberts (Her Majesty's Inspector of Schools), and will be held at the Westminster-road Schoolroom, Mold. VISIT OF BISHOP MOSTYN.—Bishop Mostyn, of Wrexham, paid a visit on Sunday to St. David's Church, Mold, where he held a con- firmation. The service, which is the first of its kind that has been held at this church for several years, was attended with the usual ceremony. As this was the Bishop's first visit to Mold in an official capacity since his appoint- ment, the congregation and clergy of St. David's, with whom the Bishop is very popular, decided upon presenting him with a gold watch, as a mark of their confidence and esteem. The presentation was made in the school-room at the close of the service by the Rev. Father Gouzer, and accompanying the present was a suitable address of welcome. In accepting the gift, the Bishop reciprocated the kindly feelings exhibited towards him. The ordination of Catholic priests from St. David's Jesuit College takes place on Wednesday next. It is stated that this is likely to be the last ceremony of this character, as the Jesuits intend to vacate the building they have occupied for so many years, which they originally purchased from the county of Flint. Their destination and purpose are not exactly known, but it is under- stood they are returning to France. j

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