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AGRICULTURE (continued).

Correspondence.

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Correspondence. rHE RE-OPENING OF TALACRE SCHOOLS. To the Editor of the" Prestatyn Weekly." Dear Sir,—May I ask you through the medium of your paper to make it known that Dr Williams' (of Holywell) injunction that the ralacre Girls' Schools should be not only fumigated but the old colouring scraped off to the roof and be recoloured and glazed has not been done by the County Council. The schools as at present will be inspected by His Majesty's Inspectors, and the scheme )f Christian instruction will include the syl- labus of the provided schools directed lately by the County Council. Miss Wood, who was elected by the Talacre managers and the County Council in March, will be responsible For the children, the present head teacher having refused the authority of the Talacre managers. Upwards of 70 children have asked to be immediately re-admitted, but till the school is disinfected the girls' portion must remain closed. By Sir Pyers' refusal to sell his schools his tenants are saved 95.000 (the cost of the school), which, with the Trelogan and Gro- nant schools about to be built, would have made the rates of the Llanasa Parish excep- tionally high if Sir Pyers had thought only of the gain to his own pocket. By the original trust deed the schools are obliged to be carried on as R.C. Schools, so that Sir Pyers cannot accept any tenants that are not of his own creed but as this has been the same for 48 years, the locality is perfectly acquainted with the freedom Sir Pyers grants his servants and tenantry.—Yours faithfully, A. M. MOSTYN. ■-—;—♦

COUNTY COUNCIL AND TALACRE…

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SUNDAY SERVICES AT FFYNNONGROEW.

,.. HWFA MON.

STOPPING A TRAIN.

Distress at Rhyl.

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Lecture.

NOTES BY "REX."

MR. MORUS GRUFFYDD

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