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J THE NORTH WALES COLLEGE.

DEATH OF OAYAIN ALAW. ;

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DEATH OF OAYAIN ALAW. On Tuesday, Mr John Owen (Owain Alaw), ,,11;) was well known throughout both North and South Wales, died at his residence, 'Lorrie ,,t,reet, Chester, in his 63rd year. For many years he had taken an active part in the furtherance of Welsli musical education, and had been chosen an adjudicator at nearly all the fiisteidfodau held in the Princi- pality. He was also a favourite conductor at other choral gatherirgs. His musical compositions were receive i with great favour in Wales. An oratorio entitled "Jeremiah," of which be was the author, elicited ve-y favoureble comments in Welsh musical circles, and a second edition of the work has been published. The deceased had latterly conducted the musical services at the Wtlsh Church at Chester. As a musical instructor he was^ very successful, some of his pupils having attained prominent positions as singers or instru- mentalists. Madame Edith Wynne'was one of his pupils. ^^Tl HIn 'iup.I

EVADING THE LIVERPOOL POLICE…

THE MOON AND HER INFLUENCE…

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REPRESENTATION OF POET ARLINGTON.

THE DANUBIAN COMMISSION.

IRISH LAND QUESTION.

ACTION AGAINST THE " WORLD."

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NORTHERN WELSH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.