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RHYL INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL AND THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. At a meeting of the Local Governors of the Intermediate School, held on Wednesday, under the presidency Of the vicar, chairman, the finances of the local scheme were under consideration. A letter was read from the clerk to the County Governing Body, stating that a grant of £ 2,000 would be made te the Building Fund conditionally upon the local committee raising £ 1,200. Towards this sum they have in hand 9600, and Mr. Tate has promised 9100, and Mr. Williams, Llewesog, £ 200, so that £ 300 remain to be collected. It was decided to open a subscription list to raise she money in connection with the celebration of the Queen's Jubilee, and close upon £ 50 were announced to have been promised in the room. THE ANNUAL ELECTION. The election of District Councillors for the ensuing year will take place on Monday next. In the West Ward there will be no contest. Dr. Girdlestone and Mr. J. H. Ellis, will therefore be returned unopposed. In the East Ward, Dr. Moreton Pritchard ;1od Captain Keatinge, the retiring Council. lors, seek re election, and Mr. Thomas C. Amos, auctioneer, has been nominated as a fresh candidate. The retiring candidates have done good service to the town, Capt. Keatinge having been a member of the local governing body for over eighteen years. But there are iwong the ratepayers a large number who think that the infusion of' new blood' te the Council will do no harm, and the candida- ture of Mr. T. C. Amos is strongly suppor- ted. As usual, the South Ward seems to be the one most eagerly sought for, and no less than seven candidates were nominated to; the two seats, but two of the gentlemen pro- posed—Mr. Edward Morgan, Vale Road, and Mr. Alger, West Parade, have withdrawn from the arena. The list, therefore, includes the names of five candidates; viz., Messrs. R. Jolley, and Amos Maltby, the retiring Councillors; Mr. J. S, Greenhalgh, an exten- sive owner of property, and large employer of labour; Mr. John Hughes, grocer, Vale Road and Mr. C. Hubbard, a ioumeyman j Sailor. 1 All are earnestly at work, but an attempt at a forecast of the result would be futile.

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.. SPECIAL POLICE COURT.

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