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Natal and the Imperial Government

The Coming Budget.

The New Rules for Parliament.

France and Germany.


[No title]

" New Dyserth."

Musical Successes.

Horeb Chapel.

English Congregational Union.




Gwespyr. A Recollection, an Objection, and an Expectation. To the Editor of the" Prestatyn Weekly." Dear Sir,—The report of the resolution passed at the adjourned Parish meeting at Ffynongroew on the 14th ult., came as a surprise to the majority of the people living in that portion of the parish in which the schools are situated. At the first meeting Sir Pyers Mostyn was asked if he were willing to open the Talacre school as a non-provided public elementary school. After due con- sideration he decided to do so, and issued the necessary notices. He and his friends natur- ally concluded that this action closed the matter, and there being nothing to discusss 0 In did not attend the adjourned meeting. In the discussions which have been going on on this educational question in the Parish of Llanasa, I have observed statements that the tenants of Sir Pyers Mostyn have been afraid of standing up and demanding their rights." These sort of statements doubtless sound very plausible and form a very strong appeal to sickly sentimentality, but are surely a libel on the courage and conscientiousness of the tenants on the estate, and indirectly, but none the less pointedly, on the landlord. A public meeting will be held at the Talacre school on Saturday evening, the 7th inst., at 7 p.m. to discuss these matters and the school question generally, and I shall then be glad to meet any cases of either direct or in- direct intimidation.—Yours faithfully, Estate Office, ROBT. A. DAWSON. Talacre.


History of Ffynnongroew.

" Billy Bray."


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