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RUTHIN. ACCIUF.NT.A little boy, the Fan of P.C. George Hughes, L'anarmon, was picked up by a gentleman from under a donkey cart which had upset. The little fellow was attended to by Dr. Jones, who found he has sustained a broken arm. THE BELLS.—We are iuformed that 9150 has been contributed towards the re-hanging of the bell. of which M", Naylor Leylan(I has recently contributed 1:20. C15 is the amount still required to complete the estimate.  T?K TOWN COUNCIL.-OU Friday a meeting was held in the Town 11*11, when Dr. J. H. Jenkins pre- eided over Messrs R. P. Davies, D. Jones (builder), Ezra Roberts, W. T. Rouw, G. T Byford, J. Pro- bert, D. Jones (Agency Offioes), T. P. It,berto, John Jones and William Jones.—It was decided to p-y bills amounting to the sum of £133 5s —It was resolved to apply for au increase of mortgage npon the Plas-y-Miuffurdd property, and the money to be expended thereon. -The inspector of nuisances presented his report, and was authorised to make periodical visits to all the houses in the town.—It was resolved to advertise for a person to till the post of medical officer of health to the borough, Dr. Llovd Roberts, of Denbigh, having finished his term. BOAD OF GUARDIAN'S.—MONDAY. Present: The Rev. the Warden. ur.inomas Jones (Rhydvcilgwyn),Rev. J. F. Reece.Messrs C.G. Jones, Wm. Lloyd, T. P. Roberts, G. F. Byford, J. Parry ^Llanarmon), IV. Hughes, J. Roberts, aDd n. Humphreys Roberts (clerk). Th•> llott«■ —The Master reported that the cam- ber of inmites was 84. against 84 the corresponding period last year. Vagrants relieved during the fortnight 74. against 104 last fortnight SheltTino Vagra tt o'' Sunday.—Ihe Clerk read replies from several workhouses as to the question of detaining vagrants over Sunday in the work. house at which they arrive on Saturday night, the majority being in favour of adopting au-h a oouree, and it was decided that the vagrants should be detained over Sunday at Ruthin.- The cierk was requested to ask other Boards to follow their e1l\mole. °* Jh; Industrial Trainer. — A comtfuuicatian was read from the Local" government Board stating that Miss Jones, the iudustrial trainer, had secured au increased moiety (applause).—The Chairman remarked that )1iss Jones rendered her service in a verv satisfactory manner, and that .she kept the cbildreu under her charge in a clean and neat The County Pound's.—The Chairman introd- uced, the subject by remarking that the population of the unions in that conntv, exclusive of Wrexbam, was 41927. The population of the Wrexham Sanitary Authority was 6752. making a total of 48,678. The population of Wrexham Union was 42.730, so that if they took the population only into account Wrexham would have as many con.icillors as the whole of the county. The Act ot Parliament said, however, that the districts should be regnlated not only by population but by area and other circurnstances. The area of their unions, exclusive of Wrexham and the Urbau Sauitary Authorities, was 319 863 acres; the area of Wrexham Unioa being 58,448. He thought, therefore, that the guardians should make u representation to the rnft^iytrates, hoping that the area would be taken into consideration when forming the new districts.-Mr Wm. Lloyd said Ruthin had au area of 2533 acres, mid a population of 3421, hut under the Act only one member was assigned to it; whilst Beaumaris with an acreage of 3332 and a population of 5036 had two members. Denbigh, with a population of 6535 also hid two members, as well as Flint and Wrexham. He proposed that the clerk be requested to write to thy Local Government Board asking that two members be assigned to Rnthin. The Clerk thought that the number already assigned by the Act was fair. According to the population each member would now represent 3000 persuus and it they were to fiive two members to Ruthin, they would have t >t> many. The Court of Quarter Sessions would have uo power to interfere with the number of representatives. If Ruthin had two member, it wo*ild have a stronger representation than any other portion of the county.—The Chair- man then proposed-that the magiitrates, in dividing the county into doctoral divisions, he requested to have legard to the area as well as the population. -Tbis was seconded by Mr Wm. Lloyd,and carried.

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