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RUTHIN. As a young man named Llewelyn Jones was driving home on Sunday evening, his gig was upset, and himself thrown out. His legs were much injured, and the horse was also sadly cut, and is unable to walk at present. The young man, we are glad to say, is not very seriously hurt. On Saturday evening the town of Ruthin was thrown into a state of consternation and alarm by the vigorous ringing of the fire bells. This was to give the alarm of a fire at Caerfyllin, about a mile and a half distant. The fire engine was soon out, and a large concourse of persons proceeded thither. Happily the fire was soon got un- der and confined to the out-houses and farm buildings, most of which were destroyed. The cause of the fire appears to have been accidental. One old man suggest- ed that it arose from the live ashes of the tobacco pipe of some careless servant, remarking, "That is the gene- ral case in Wales always when there is a fire." GRAND CHORAL FESTIVAL.—The second annual meet- ing of Parochial Choirs in connection with the St. Asaph Choral Association took place at St. Peter's Church, Ruthin, on Friday (yesterday). The afternoon service was performed in English, a sermon being preach- ed by Lord Bishop of Exford. The evening service was in Welsh, when the sermon was preached by the Rev. Edward Jones, M.A., Vicar of Nantglyn. Collections were made at each service towards the funds of the As- sociation. The Cathedral choir and the choirs of ten parishes in the Diocese took part in the services. Re- freshments were provided for the choirs at the National Schoolroom; and a cold luncheon was prepared for visi- tors in the Lion I lotel. The railway company, never failing to accommodate public movements, made ar- rangements by which parties from every station on the line were enabled to attend the Festival at a low fare,— consequently a very large concourse of people were pre- sent.

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