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RUTHIN. OnThursday week the Ruthin Amateur Dramatic Club gave an entertainment in the Town Hall, when they performed in a most brilliant manner, H. T. Craven's powerful drama in three acts—" Marian's Crime," and T. J. Williams' celebrated farce, "Turn him Out, to a crowded audience, nearly half the hall being occupied by dress seats. An eminent and first class orchestra was engaged specially for the occasion who gave during the intervals, choice selections of music. By particular request they again performed the following evening, when the room was filled to excess. Last Tuesday the monthly fair was held, though it rained during most part of the day, the attendanc was very good at the stock for sale was rather large and business appeared to be pretty brisk. On Sunday last the new Mayor (Dr. W. D. Jones) attended with the Corporation at the morning service at St. Peter's Church, when a most eloquent sermon was preached by his chaplain, Rev. J. Williams. We must not forget to mention the efficient manner in which the anthem was rendered under the able leader- ship of Mr Lloyd, Borthyn Schools, the soloists being Miss F. Davies and Master Lle-ellyn Cole. A Football Match was played last Saturday by Ruthin v. Llangollen, on the ground of the former, which resulted in an easy victory for the home team, Ruthin having four goals to none. There were some hundreds of spectators on the field greatly interested in the game, as the above clubs were drawn teems for association Cup, Mr Alun Lloyd was loudly cheered, for the manner in which he secured the first goal. -Correspoudent.

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