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The Wrexham Rural Sanitary Authority were callod upon to discuss several important matters at their meeting on Tuesday. The Medical Officers' reports were first taken. Both were anything but satisfactory, announcing as they did the continuous existence of epidemic diseases. The question of the drainage of Ruaoon was again discussed and again adjourned. It cannot, however, evidently be staid off much longer. The Authority must either do something' or ex- press its determination, as some suggest, to let well alone. The Chester Town Council are now complaining;, and from all we hear will brook no delay. Sir WAXKIN s representative has been communicated with with reference to the scheme for draining into the park. This is objected to, and the Authority have consequently to revert to the pumping scheme. The result of the discussion was that a Committee was appointed to look into the matter, and also to consider the practicability, and also the cost, of Mr. SHORE'S scheme. The sewerage of Stansty was also referred to, and it was decidcd to send a request to the Local Government Board to permit a Commissioner to come down to enquire into the practicability of sewering the township upon the scheme pro- pounded by Mr. SHONE. The need of additional burial gTOimd for GworsylltwaR discusscd, and generally concurred in. A committee was ap- pointed to inquire info the best means of providing the additional ground. An important test fishery case was heard at the last Petty Sessions at Llangollen. Two men were proceeded against for fishing in the Dee in the parish of Chirk, which waters it was alleged belonged to Mr. MYDDLETON BiDDULrn, who had let the fishing to the Mid Dee Club. The claim to the fishing in the end was made good, and the defendants were fined. The Bishop of ST. ASAPTI administered the sacred rite of ordination to the Rev. J. F. REECE, at St. Mary's Church, Denbigh, on Sunday. The candidate has been appointed one of the curates at the Church, and the interesting and solemn ceremony was witnessed by a crowded congrega- tion of those whom the rev. gentleman will labour among. The BISHOP preached a very able sermon, in which he referred to the ceremony of the day, and to the work of the Christian Ministry. The Vale of Clwyd Chamber of Agriculture at its meeting on Wednesday affiliated "itself to the Central Chamber. The members also discussed the paper recently read by Mr. ROBERTS on Agricultural Depression.



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