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NEWMARKET AND DISTRICT PLOUGHING…

URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL.

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RUTHIN. ILLNESS OF MR. G. F. BYFORD. We are sorry to understand that Coun- cillor Byford has been confined to his house, owing to illness, for the last week. We are pleased to understand, however, that he is now much better, and hopes to be about in the course of a few days. MINISTERIAL. The Rev. R. Earnest Jones, of the Theo- logical College, Bala, late of Ruthin, has accepted a call to the pastorate of the English Presbyterian church, Barmouth. Mr. Jones is to be congratulated upon his appointment. He has had a very successful scholastic career and we have reason to believe that he will discharge the duties of his new position with credit to himself, and his native town. SERIOUS ACCIDENT. Last Thursday Mr. Lewis Evans, black- smith, Graig Fechan, met with a serious ac- cident. He had come into the town in the morning with a load of scrap-iron. He had a young and spirited horse attached to his cart. He started home with a load of new iron, most of it in long bars. These bars swung on the cart, and the horse bolted. The cart collided first with a donkey cart, and afterwards with one of the" coal lurries. In his endeavour to stop the horse, Mr. Evans was thrown down. He was picked up in a semi-conscious state, and conveyed to a neighbouring house and such was his state that all the members of his family were sum- moned. Medical aid was at once procured but up to the time of going to press, we have not heard of any change in his condition.

RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

BOARD OF GUARDIANS. :

THE COUNTY SCHOOLS.

THE CLWYD AND ELWY BOARD OF…