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RHYL. FARM FIRE. Between four and five on Wednesday morn- ing, information was received of a fire in the stock yard of Foryd Bach. The fire bell was at once rung, and the brigade, under Captain Parry, quickly turned out. The Rhuddlan Fire Brigade, under Captain Conway Bell, ar- rived on the scene of the conflagration a few minutes later. Five stacks were found to be on fire, and evidently they had been burning for some time, and were quite beyond being saved. The fire brigades confined their exer- tions to the prevention of the spread of the flames. DENBIGHSHIRE AND FLINTSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. At a meeting of the local committee of the agricultural 3how to be held in Rhyl in August next, held at the Alexandra Hotel, Rhyl, on Tuesday, Mr. J. H. Ellis, J.P., chairman of the Urban District Council, was elected chairman of the committee, and Mr. Frank Bibby, vice- chairman. Collectors were appointed for the several localities in the district to secure sub- scriptions for the local fund; and a strong local committee was formed. The executive com- mittee will be appointed at the next meeting, which will be held next Tuesday week. The president of the society (Captain Conwy) inti- mated that he would give £ 15 to be disposed of as the committee thought best in prizes in local classes; and Mr. Thomas Smith promised £ 5; Mr. Joseph Williams, £1. The Secretary also reported that two special prizes had been pro- mised by Messrs. Day and Son, Crewe, and Mr. Little, Doncaster.

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