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RCJTHIN.

Ruthin Military Ball.

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Ruthln Rural District ) Council.

- Ruthin Board of GuapdlanSf

NATURE'S HANDIWORK.

AN INTERESTING WAIF.

THE BEGINNING OF IRON.

! LLANDYRNOG. 1

Amateur Theatricals at Llandyrnog.

Farewell Concept.

-J WOUNDS THAT OAusk BLOOD;…

- ST. ASAPfl.

LOCAL WINNERS AT CONWAY HORSE…

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We judge ourselves by what we feel capaHe of doing, while others judge us by what we ha »e already dohe. Two individuals, of whom one is fiftejn and the other forty, cannot possibly both have the same outlook.-NA IPOLEON. Let no act be done haphazard, nor otherwise than according to 1 he finished rules that govern its kind.—MARCUS A UBEIICS. The world is gov, rnc4 more by ideals than by ideas; it is influenced more by living, concrete models than by abstract principles of virtue. The onri^us are the most unhappy of men; the v are not tormented Ily their own misfor- I tunes, but by the success of others.—THEO- PHRASTUS. Learning ia a dangerous weapon, and apt to wound its owner if wielded by a feeble hand, %nd by one not well acquainted with its use. liONTAIGNE. Gentlemen with broad chests and ambitious (ctentions sometimes disappoint their friends. by Jailing to carry the world biiore them.- STFORGE ELIOT. The woman who is so upid as to believe that w.-it,n peoDle ask for her advice they mean her ilcivice and not her approbation, will rarely achieve popularity. Words, money, all things else, are compara- tively easy to give, but when a person makes a gift of his daily life and labour, then, indeed, he may be said to be doing his level best. It is the secret sympathy; The silver link, the silken tie, Which heart to heart and mind to mind In body and in soul can bind. —SCOTT. Until the heart and mind of the people is changed the very greatest man will no more dare to govern on the assumption that all are as great as he than a drover dare lea.ve his flock to find its way through tho streets as ho himself would.-G. B. SHAW. There is no day too poor to bring us an oppor- Viunity, and we are never so rich that we can t.fford to spurn what the day brings. Opportuni. ties for character always bloom along the path- way of our duty, and make it frat&,ant even when it is thorny. It is accounted fortunate to be tch. It is thought honourable to be famous, but true con- tentment and lasting happ tes"t come only to a r,an who starts out in lif with a definite aim and day by day sees himself approach that point of perfection 1 A«ich ire knows will bring him ve than "'J;1 (*-rsise and worldly gain.

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- 1DENBIGH TOWN COUNCIL.

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CONCERNING THE DIAMOND.

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RUSSIA'S TOO-GREAT EMPIRE.…

USES AND VALUE OF CHARCOAL.

NICE DISHES.

- Local Lighting Table

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