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SPECIAL BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

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TEMPERANCE MISSION AT RUTHIN.

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TEMPERANCE MISSION AT RUTHIN. During the present week, a series of meetings are being held at the Town Hall, under the auspices of the Nonconformist Temperance Union, which some years ago was formed in the town, and which since its inception, had done an immense amount of good. The arrangements were carried out very successfully by a committee, compri- sing representatives of all the Nonconfor- mist denominations. The members of the committee arcs as follows:—Revs. Dafydd Jones, J. James, Evan Stephens, and R. Lewis, Messrs. D. Jones, Mount Pleasant; William Williams, St. Peter's Square Joseph Pritchard, Mill, Ruthin R. Goodman Jones, Porth y dref; R. Roberts, Clwyd Street; Henry Wiiliams, Well Street; L. G. Thomas, North and South Wales Bank John Williams, Well Street; Peter Williams, Well Street; Mrs. J. Clarke Jones, Mount Street; Mrs. Ed- wards, Bronwylfa Mrs. Lewis, Misses M. Thomas, Well Street; M. A. Williams, Grammar School House: M. E. Owen, Mount Street; J. Davies, Clwyd Street; Tuckerman, St. Peter's Square; M. Jones, Park Road, and Williams, Park Cottage. The other officials were, Mr. Henry Hughes, treasurer, and Messrs. Henry Roberts and W. S. Williams (joint secretaries). Mr. E. Davies acted as conductor of the singing throughout the meetings, and Misses Lizzie Owen, Lewis, Amy Gee, and Jenny Jones as accompanist. The first meeting was held on Monday evening, when the room was almost crowd- ed. The Rev. Evan Stephens presided, and addresses were given by the Rev. J. D. Owen and the Rev. Evan Jones (W.), Den- bigh. On Tuesday, Mr. Thomas Griffiths, Stanley House presided, and the speakers were the Revs. E. R. Jones, Brymbo and R. Roberts, Rhos. On Wednesday, a Women's meeting was held, presided over by Miss Hughes, Corwen, the speakers being Mrs. Lias Davies, Llangollen, and Mrs. Davies, Clwt y bont. On Thursday, the Rev. Isaac James was in the chair, the speakers being the Revs. J. Charles, Denbigh, and Dafydd Jones, Ruthin. It is calculated that 21,000 people sleep

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