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RUTHIN. AN OLD SCHOOL CU STC)AL. --Trevor Hughes has been awarded the silver pen given by the Warden of Ruthin for the best writer in the Grammar School. The custom of presenting a pen been in vogue since the time of DeJfia" Goodman, founder of the school. MR ORMSBY GORE AT RUTHIN. On Thursday evening the Hon. Orxnsby Gore ad- dressed a crowded and most enthusiastic meeting at Ruthin. Mr Stanley Wcyman presided, and delivered a most interesting speech on the ques- tion of the hour. The meeting was also ad- dressed by Mr Monsell. On the motion of Col. G-regson Kd s, seconded by Captain Rouw, a vote of confidence was passed in Mr Gore with great enthusiasm. A NOVELTY.—Mr 0. Bcnner Thomas, jewel- ler, St. Peter's Square, has introduced new air- tight enclosures into the windows of his estab- lishment. The novelty has attracted wide at- tention. BODIDRIS ESTATE.—The farmers, gam-- boafrers, and others, on this tv-,t,ato, have been entertained to a capital dinner by Mr G. P. Dew- hurst, the tenant of Bodidris Hall. Over 200 guests sat down at the tables. Several toasts were honoui«d, and tint of Mr and Mrs Dew- hurst was received with considerable enthusiasm. MAYORS PROCESSION. On Thursday afternoon and evening the Mayor (Dr. T. O. Jones) paid his oificaJ visits to St. Peter's Church and the Tabernacle C.M. Chapel, of which he is a. member. The weather was very inclement, and detracted much from the pic- turesquenoss of the Mayoral procession. Accom- panied by members and officials of the Corpora- tion, and preceded by the Town Band, the Church Lads' Brigade, the Boy Scouts, pupils o-f the County and Grammar Schools, the Fire Brigade, and the poHcL, his Worship attended St. Peter's Church first. The warden (Rev. L. O. Pryce, M.A.) officiated, and preached the sermon. At the Tabernacle Chapel in the evening the special preacher was the Rev. T. Charles Williams, M.A., Memi Bridge. The collections were in aid of the Ruthin Nursing Inistitute. Donations were sent by Col. Cornwallis West, Mr E. W. Tate, Pool Park ( £ ? 3s). Mr II. H. Springmann, Col. Saxon G. Ellis, Col. George Grcgson Eilis, .Messrs A. 0. Evans, J. W Kershaw, G. H. Denton, F Tegid- Owen, J. H. Brooks, T. Pinnington, and Capt. H. B. Hawke. DEBATING SOCIETY.—A Town Debating Society has at Last been formed, and it promises to be a great success. A committee has been appointed, with Mr R. C. Evans as chairman, and Mr Oswald Thomas as secretary. The Society is to be non-sectarian and non-politcal. The meetings at present will be held in the Free Church Institute, Upper CJwyd-stroet MAYOR AND CORPORATION ATTEND CHURCH.—The Mayor of Ruthin (Dr. T. O. Jones), aceompan/ed by other members of the Council, attended divine pa-vice at St. Peter's Church and Tabernacle Calvinstie Methodist Chapel today week. The Rev. L. 0 11. Price, warden of Ruiiiin, officiated at the chfurch ser- vice, and the Rev. T. C. Williams, Menai Bridge, officiated at the chapel. Collections were in aid of the Ruthin and District Nursing Association.

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