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HAWARDEN. The Right Hon. John Morley, M.P., has arrived on a visit to Havvarden Castle. THE GLADSTONE ME MORI AL.—A meet- ing of the executive committee of the National Memorial to Mr. Gladstone was held on Tues- day at Spencer-house. Earl Spencer presided. Among the subjects considered were the site for the London monument now being- executed by Mr. Hame Thornycroft, R.A., the designs for the Edinburgh monument by Mr. Pittendrigh Macgillivray, R.S.A., and the building for the St. Deiniol's Library at I-iawarden, COOKERY LECTURES.—A series of practical lectures on cookery were given at the gym- nasium last week, from Tuesday to Friday, by Mrs. C. F. Pitcher (first-class diplomee, Principal of the Streatham School of Cookery). The first lecture, on Tuesday afternoon, was opened by Mrs. Stephen Gladstone, who incidentally remarked that tho late Mrs. Gladstone took a great interest in the subject, and that she had inaugurated cooking lectures 25 years ago for the benefit of the villagers. A special feature of the lectures has been the use of gas stoves solely for cooking pur- poses, and several stoves have been exhibited. THE INSTITUTE.—The annual meeting was held on Thursday. Mr. T. S. Barnett presided. The annual statement of accounts was read by the hon. secretary, Mr. H. Dickinson. The total income amounted to L158 2s." 9d., and the ex- penditure to E168, leaving a nett deficit of J39 17s. 3d. for the past year. On the proposition of Mr. W. Morris the accounts were passed. The president (the Right Hon. Herbert J. Gladstone, M.P.) was re-elected, as also were the vice- presidents. Mr. T. S. Barrett was re-elected hon. treasurer, and Mr. H. Dickinson and Mr. J. 1-1. Worley joint hon. secretaries. Dr. Roberts, and Messrs. T. Haswell, E. Evans, A. Potter, D. Jones. J. Hampson, T. H. Gibson, J. H. Wright, J. Durham, H. Colecleugh and 0. Rowlands were elected as the new council.

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