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TEMPERANCE MEETING.

C.M. SUNDAY SCHOOLS.

Mr W. H. Coward, J.P.,

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The New Prime Minister.

Lord Rosebery.

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The Welshman's Humility.

Dyserth Waterfalls.

Evan Roberts.

THE FUTURE OF TALACRE SCHOOLS.

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THE FUTURE OF TALACRE SCHOOLS. To the Editor of the "Prestatyn Weekly." DEAR SIR,- Will you kindly correct the wording of a sentence respecting the trust deed of Talacre Schools, in the letter which appeared last week, and which should read as follows :—" Lady Mostyn was obliged when in London to refuse for Sir Pyers the Flint- shire County Council as tenants of Talacre Schools, on account of certain clauses in the original trust deed." At the urgent request of Sir Pyers' tenants he hopes to open the upper boys' school as soon as the negociations for a master are com- pleted. The name of Mr Watkin Williams, brother of Mr T. Parry Williams, district councillor of Prestatyn, is mentioned in con- nection with the post of schoolmaster, whose charge will be the upper standards, to be taught separately in the higher room. After 20th January, Miss Wood will take the present girls' school for the Catholic scholars. Cookery lessons and needlework will be features of Talacre Schools in the future, which will retain ample accommodation for the 100 children to be found on the Gwespyr hills, the schools being open to the public, although the £ s d is to be privately found. Yours faithfully, A. M. MOSTYN.

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Recreation.

Presbyterian Literary Society.

Evan Roberts.

Mr. Chamberlain.