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r RHOS. • j SPLENDID BUTTER direct from the farm at JOHN WILLIAMS'S, Bank Stores, High Strt. Try a lb. You will be pleased. HARVEST.—The warm spell of weather pf the past fortnight has rapidly ripened the grain, and harvest prospects are now excellent. VISITORS. -Severa I visitors are enjoy- ing" their holidays at Rhos. Theyexpress themselves as delighted with" the bracing1 air and beautiful scenery of the. mountain and one declared that Eglwyseg is, a sight ,worth travelling many miles to see. RESIGNATION,-On Sunday evening last the Rev R. Roberts announced his inten- tion of resigning the pastorate- of, Bethle- hem Welsh Congregational Churdh He has laboured there for twenty-eight years. SALVATION ARMY.—The anniversary services were held in the Barracks on Sunday last. On Monday the members went for their annual outing to Chirk The Army Band headed the procession to Johnstown station. Tea was provided at Chirk. SUNDAY SCHOOL TREAT.—On Monday last the Primitive Methodists had their annual treat. A splendid tea was prepar- ed by the ladies of the church, to which full justice was done. After tea a move was made to a field kindly lent by Mr Davies, LlanerchJugog Hall, where g^mes &c., were indulged in. HOMING —The Rho^ Homing Society held their third young bird race from Col- ford to Rhos. Mr Winstanley, Crewe, Convoyor to the North Wales Federation, liberated the birds at 12 in splendid weather. Result 1, Dan Daviesj Camp. bell-street; 2, Jones and Jones; 3, W. Parry, Jones st. ACCIDENT.—As Joseph Edwards, of Jones-street, was following his employ- ment at the Unfed colliery, on Tuesday, he was sevare'y crushed by a tall. He was conveyed home in the cplliery am- bulance. Edwards had only started work on the previous Wednesday. Dr J. C. Davies is attending him. ( SILVER -Rhos Silver Bind play- ed at a Garden Party at the Quinta, 01 Monday, and on Tuesday fulfilled an en- gagement at Park Hall, Oswestry, the residence of Mr Wynn Corrie. GROUSE SIIJOTIN-G. -Lord Harlech shot over the Ruabon mountain on Monday and Tuesday, and the sportsmen inc'uded Lord Kenyon, Sir Walter. Cforbert, and a distinguished party. The bag on Mon- day was 307 brace. The p irty are camp- ing in a tent on Crynbwch. COLLIERY ACCIDE,I'. -Sylvan us Wil- liams, (22) Bank street, met with a ser- ious accident at the Hafod Colliery, on Thursday week 1c appears that while stepping from the age at the bottom of the pit he was cru-bed between the cage and the landing. He was removed home in the ambulance, and attended by Dr J. C. Davies. SCRIPTURE EXAMINATION—The annual report of the diocesan inspector of the Rhos National School has just been re- ceived, and is as follows On the whole the school passed an excellent examina- tion." OCIALISM, -On Wednesday,* evening the local members of the I L P. held a meeting on the Cross, when several spoke in support of Socialism as the panacea for everything. They were not allowed to have things their own way, several local Liberals heckled them and controverted their statements. Mr Robétt, Edwards, Denbigh House, at their invitiition, ascen- ded their box and delivered tÚ1 oration in opposition. The Socialists indignantly denied the assertion that they were paid for spreading the Socialist propaganda. RHOS-ON SEA AGAIN.—On Saturday afternoon a worried-looking cyclist puHedl up in High-street and enquired of one of our police officers if he could direct him to the Grammar School. The officer pol- itely informed him that there were only Council schools in Rhos. '• It's called St AlbanV Grammar School, and is opposite the bay," said the cyclist. ■ The officer smiled and bethought him of last summer, when he met another in a like predicament. The cyclist following the" officer's in- structions, cycled back to Chester oir his way to Rt)os-on-Sea. TRIPPERS GALORE.—'TWas a busy morning in Rhos station on Monday, when the platform was crowded with day trippers. The members of Hill-street Chapel, to the number of about a hundred went to Rhyl. They were accompanied by the Rev R Williams, and Mr R. R. Jones. A large party from Mount Pleas- ant Church went to Caergwrle, accom- panied by the Rev J. W. J^upiphirey^. The members of the choirs of St joh-afs St David's, and St Mary's went to Aber- ystwyth. The party was accompanied by the Vicar and the Rev Rees Jones and E. Jenkins-Menlove. Through tfce ^sfeprtg, of Mr Williams, the obligiagsrstatiomJ master, a special late train fircBtf WFe# iiam to Rhos was arranged.

- RHOS TOWN TALK.

Local Football Prospects*'

.-ITHE FUTURE OF RHOS. ''"f,!■i'r-ii"»;■

Adventures of Four Ponkeyites.

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r Mr Eemmerde on 1 ITngotten…

The Colonel and the Budget.

I,"", Kational Eisteddfod…

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