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ST. ASAPH. THE INLAND REVENUE OFFICERS for the district have opened new offices, for the transaction of their business, I at the Assembly-room of the Mostyn Arms Hotel which is in every way well suited for the purpose. VALE OF CLWYD TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.—THO teachers of the association held a meetiag, on Saturday at the boys' school, St. Asaph, when the followirlf teachers were presentMr Lloyd, Ruthin Nation!1/ School; Mr Thomas, Llanrhaiadr Mr Lewis. Henlla Mr Jones, Llandyrnog Mr Griffiths, St. George; Davies, Trefnant: Mr Owens, Bodfari; Miss Jones, Asaph Miss Roberts, St. Asaph and Mr and Jones, St. Asaph. In the absence of the chair1 (Mr Jones, Denbigh), Mr Lloyd, Ruthin, presided r Lloyd, in his address, pointed out the progress mafT the teachers during the last 20 years, and the beneøe- rived from such associations as these. It was then pried and carried, that a committee of management be f.ed, to consist of the chairman, secretary, Mr LloMr Jones, and Mr Owens, who would do all in thei^ver to draw out an attractive agenda for each meetir -^n animated discussion took place upon the desir^F establishing district examinations of pupil teach nd it was finally agreed to commence this examine that ex day month the centres being at Ruthin, Depl, and St. George or Bodelwyddan schools. Mr g;hs, St. George, kindly undertook the secretaryship he ex- animation. The following teachers kindlylertook the duties of examiners :—Mr Morris, Towyn Sraphy; Mr Lloyd, history; Mr Owens, arithmetic: Davies, Euclid Mr Griffiths, grammar; Mr Jones,adrynog, music; and Mr Lewis, algebra. It was a^ the questions be tolerably easy, to number ti on each subject, six of which be answered.'and to e4 over the whole year of apprenticeship. The teacbvere enter- tained to tea by the St. Asaph teacherz" ,Mr and Mrs Jones, Miss Richards, and Miss Jones's closed a very successful meeting. Mr Jones,;n^Sh, was appointed to represent the Vale teaci at Chester, half-yearly, his expenses to be cleared f the funds of the association. COUNTY MAGISTRATES,JRT, SATURDAY.—Before Captain Birch, ari- Price Jones, Esq. A NICE CUSTOMER.—Joseph Ch;r, bricklayer, St. Asaph, was charged by John Jorrelieving-officer for St. Asaph Union, with deser hIS wife and family. Committed to gaol for one "s hard labour. -He was also charged with assaul P°hce-Sergeant Parry. It appeared that the office^ t° apprehend him with a warrant on the abo^rge, when he resisted and assaulted the officer.Jr that little per- formance he was ordered to undi another month's hard labour at Mold gaol. A PUGNACIOUS HA.WKFR._Avr Brown, hawker, St. Asaph, was charged by P.S. cr, with hawking without a license. Defendant baIled to appear to a summons, and a warrant havlen issued against him, P.C. Jones (31) proceeded tt it into execution, when the hawker turned upon cer and assaulted him. For the assault he wrnt to gaol for one month, and for trading withe hcense he was fined 10s and costs. A DISHONEST TRAVELLI^OMPANION-—A man named Edward Ackerley, fr' neighbourhood of Wrexham, was sent to Mf101 under the following charges. Two or three dayJlously prisoner and a companion were tramping Jandudno in search of work at the marine drive. 1 called at St. Asaph to obtain refreshments, and companion, having partaken somewhat freeb liquor, dropped asleep. During this, prisoner was -vered to be pillaging his fellow traveller's bundle aJProPriating certain useful articles. Subsequently Nas apprehended on the charge. Sergeant parrylrewd officer, fancied from what he observed the prif was "wanted" on a charge of deserting from the jShshire militia. To this offence the fellow hence his few weeks lodging at the county's nse-