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LOCAL & DISTRICT NEWS.

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HAWARDEN.

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HAWARDEN. THE REV. STEPHEN GLADSTONE, the indefatigable rector of Hawarden, has, in connection with the elementary schools under his management, estab- lished a night school for backward children, the nominal charge for admittance to which being two-pence per week. The children are invited "to come clean, but may come in any clothes, and bare-footed if they like." THE PRIME MINISTER.âIn taking his departure to attend to his official duties, on Monday last, the premier, as is his wont on such occasions, warmly shook hands with a number of his tenantry and neighbours. To their general expres- sion wishing him enjoyment, he quaintly replied, It is the wrong direction."

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