Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

15 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

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Welsh Disestablishment Bill.

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Cambridge Welshmen.



RHOS TOWN TALK. It is said That notwithstanding the advance a half-penny an ounce in tobacco, the pub- lic pay up smilingly. That owing to the scarcity of farthing pieces, the half-ounce packages of tobac- co have been nearly done away with. That one man last week tried to evade the tobacco duty by smoking tea. That potato planting in the district is now in full swing. On Monday last a large number of men, women, and chil- dren, spent a long busy day in the plant- ing fields. That it is to be hoped the results of this years planting will be more success- ful than last season. A blight ruined a considerable number of the 08 crop. That on Tuesday last a swarm of min- ers coming home from Vauxhall Colliery, perched themselves on a passing traction engine, for a free ride home. That during the fine sunny afternoons of last week, the tops of the electric cars have been crowded with people out for the benefit of their health. That it is calculated that a motor car passes through Johnstown every few min- utes on Sundays. One side of the road is a thick layer of dust every Sunday night. That the Rev Charles Jones, Llanfyllin, has sustained an injury through a fall off his bicycle. That the local members of the Denbigh- shire Cavalry Company left Rhos for Salisbury Plain, on Saturday last. That Mr Robert Sauvage, Wrexham, has purchased Roseneath Hall, Bwlch- gwyn. That the building trade" which has been so slack for the last few months, has grown brisk again. t, That the annual preaching meetings in connection with Penuel Chapel, were held on Sunday and Monday last. That an interesting comparison was to be seen in connection with the preacMjBfe services at Penuel. One of the preach^Jp waa an able exponent of the old theology, and the other a brilliant greacher of the new evangel. That the sum of ^37 3 gi was collect- ed in Rhos during the year, towards the funds of the Bible Society. That buckets and hose pipes were very much in evidence during the week, in laying down the dust on Rhos streets. That His Honour Judge Moss has ar- ranged to exchange circuits with Sir G. S. Baker, of Lincolnshire, for the month of June. That an Eisteddfod club has recently been formed in order to provide the ne- cessary. funds to attend the National Eis- teddfod in London next month. That it has -taken the tradesmen of Rhos half their time this week, in keeping the dust off their goods. That Master W. W. Wynn has re- turned to Wynnstay, after an absence from home of eight months. The young squire has been on a visit to Australia and Japan. That Stryt-y-plasis fast becoming the Hyde Park of Rhos. That there is under one grave-stone in Rhos churchyard, four persons, buried whose aggregate age is 380 years-an average of 95 years for each one.

Welsh Territorials Prosecuted

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A Fire at Coedpoeth.

Lloyd George, Junior.