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PitlMKOSE LEAflUK MEETING…

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THE BOUNDARIES QUESTION.

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KNGLISH WKSLRYAN CHAPEL.

PuINT OF AΓ―R.

LLANASA.

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FOOTBALL!

ST. ASAPH.

Family Notices

THE FLINT AND DENBIGH HOUNDS.

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WELSH DISTRICT NBWS.

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WELSH DISTRICT NBWS. Lord Snliapory*. rtut to Duurroa hu been fixed for Tuesday, April 10th. The Town Hall at Dolgelly was early on Sunday morning found to be on fire. Part of one wing was destroyed, but the Assize Court and Puplic Record Court escaped injury. Overheating of the warming apparatus is supposed to have caused the conflag- ration. ° It is stated that the Government authorities have decided to prosecute the eight per so us alleged to have taken part in the riots at the North Wales tithe war recently, at the forthcoming Ruthin Assizes. It was previously expected that the prosecution would take plane at the Chester Assizes, which commence next Monday. Wa understand that it is the intention of a large number of Welsh Liberals to wear the emblem of the Welsh National Council—the Le k-au Thursday next, St. David's Day. It has been suggested that on such an oci asion the national emblem should be worn by all adherents of Cymru rydd. In a letter addressed to the Ruthin Union Colonel West., M.P., states that he does not despair of getting the Treasury to allow the expenses charged to the county on account of the polioes 'attendance at Mr Bridge's inq liiy at C 10 way. The Bishop ot St. Asaph, in a sermon delivered at the re-openiu of Whitford Church list week, said the cry, "Down with the Church," came from r-bose who not only wished to overthrow the oot- ward fabric, of the Church, but denied the exis- tence of Cririst and the truths of the Gospel. It was stated at the annu tl meetiug of the friends of the Noith Wales traiuiug ship Clio, held at Chester, on Thursday, that of the 656 boys dis- charged from the institution since its ebtablishment, fully 90 per cent, are doing well. Mr T. E. Ellis M. P., has given notice of the introduction of a Bill to secure to the public the right of access to mountains, rivers, lakes, DOOrs, and waste land, also ancient and disused pathways in the Principality of Wales. Ten of its clauses are concerned with pathways, and have been drafted with great Cfare. the Mold Petty Sessions last week the over- seers of the parish of Nerquis were summoned for £ 140 arrears of poor-rate due to the guardians of the union. The defence was that the collector waa unable to obtain the money from the ratepayers owing to their straitened circumstances, and that it would be necessary to summon half of them the next court day. An order for payment and costs was made. The death is announced of the Rev. J. Varteg Jones, minister of the English Presbyterian Chapel, Carnarvon. Mr Jones was formerly an English Wesleyan minister. He was chosen to the pastorate IIf the Carnarvon Church in 18 i6. The reverend itentlem in, who was one of the most popular preachers in Wales, met with a seriois accident a few years atro, from which he suffered eeverly. A meeting of the committee of the Welsh Liberal members was heli on Thursdav in the committee room at the House of Commons. Mr Heary Richard was elected ohairman for the Session, and Messrs. A. Williams and W. Ratbbone joint secretaries. A communication was received from the recent Conference on Education at Shrewsbury, asking that the committee, in conjunction with the Welsh Peers, should reoeive a deputation from the Con- erence. The Welsh Liberal members will support the Intermediate Education Bill for Wales, intro- duced by Mr Mundella but they are opposed to that brought in by Mr Kenyon, on the ground that it is inadequate.

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