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BUTHIN. CHORAL FESTIVAL.—The annual choral festival of church choirs comprised in the Deanery of Dyffryn Clwyd is being held at St Peter's Church to-day. WEDDIN A wedding ia which much local interest was centred was solemnized at Al- trincham on Thursday, when Mr J H Edwards, Clwyd-street, Ruthin, was united in matrimony to Mi S3 Jackson, of Altrincham. The went was of special interest, iu as much as it was a double wedding, a brother of the bride being married at the same time. A full report of the interesting event will be given in our next issue. LLANBEDR CHURCH.—Mr J J Williams, late of W ell-street, and now of Barrow-in-Furness, and a soloist in Barrow Parish Church, on his recent visit here, rendered the recit and solo, If with all your hearts (Elijah), at Llan- bedr church at last Sunday's service. His richness of voice of full tone, perfect enuncia- tion and artistic rendering, mark him out for other success in his future career. SeXDAY SCHOOL MF-ETIN.G, The annual meetings in connoction with the Welsh Wesleyan Sunday Schools in the Ruthin Circuit were held in the Wesleyan chapel, Ruthin, yesterday, when there was a large attendance both of young scholars and adults. The scholars were catechized in the subjects set down for study, and despite the unfavour- able weather, the meetings were of a most successful character. CALVINISTIC METHODISE.—The monthly meet- ings of the Calvinistic Methodist Bodies in the Vale of Clwyd are to be held at the Tabernacle Chapel, Ruthin, next Wednesday and Thurs- day. Preaching meetings will be held com- mencing on Wednesday evening and again on Thursday evening. On Thursday the business cf the denominations will be transacted, and en Thursday afternoon there will be a special service for young people. THE PROPOSED SANATORIUM AT LLAXBEDR HALL.—It has now been definitely arranged that Llanbedr Hall, near Ruthin, is to be con- verted into a sanatorium for the treatment at consumptive patients. Tenders were invited a short time ago by Messrs Se&rle and Hayes, architects, Paternoster House, London, E.C., for the building werk necessary for the con- version of the hall into a sanatorium, and the following were received Barton, London, £ 1577 Mr Daniels, Ruthin, £ 1105 Messrs Parker Bros, London, £ 983. The last named tender was accepted. DUKE OF WESTMINSTER DEER SHOOTING.— The Duke of Westminster has rented the Duke -of Sutherland's deer-forests of Lochmore, (?lendhu, and Glen Coul, in Sutherlandshire. These are all parts of the vast forest of Reay, which was leased by the late Duke for more than forty years. There is a very large lodge at Lochmore, which is surrounded by grand scenery- The forest of Stack, which is also a division of Reay, is in the hands of the executors of the late Duke of Westminster, who have again sublet the Ben Hee and Cory Rinloch shootings, at the head of Loch Shin, te Mr E Sanderson.

. RUTHIN CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB.

- RGrHI POLICE COURT.

SCHOOL ATTENDANCES AT RUTHIN.

MAIL COACH ATTACHED.

THE MURDER OF A GERMAN OFFICER.

THE NEW INDIAN PROVINCE.

A VIKING DRINKING CUP.

SAWDUST CAKE FRAUD.

HORRIBLE STREET SCENE.

—^ FORMATION OF A RIFLE CLUB…

---LETTER FROM A RUTHIN MAN…

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A BRIDE'S DISAPPEARANCE.1

LADY CAPTURES A BURGLAR. j"

EXPLOSION ON A DESTROYER.

CROMER'S NEW PIER.

DAMAGES FOR PLAGUE OF RATS.

THE SPITALFIELDS MURDER.

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