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I A BABY TAKEN AWAY. I

PATENTS GRANTED AND SPECIFICATIONS-GRANTED.

MERITORIOUS CONDUCT OF A CRIC-,…

PRESENTATION TO THE BISHOP…

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PRESENTATION TO THE BISHOP OF i ST. ASAPH. I The Bishop of St. Asaph, in his opening address to his Diocesan Conferance at Den- I bigh on Thursday, dealt with the question of patronage, and said that endowments I wnich were adequate when given were no longer so. He declined to recognise the pos- session of pdivate means as an essential qualification for the care of souls. He in- vited help from the Clergy Sustentation Fund, and in this connection pointed out that while the Church's endowments were mainly drawn from real property, this at the present dav repr,elite, present day represented only one-fourth of the wealth of the country, and it was time for those who held the other three-fourths to recognise their obligations. His lorusbip afterwards turned his attention to the im- portant subject of tiie diocesan schools. During the day's proceedings Colonel Corn- wallis est presented the bishop with his por- trait, subscribed for in the diocese.

THE LATE SIR G. 0. MORGAN.…

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CRICCIETH.

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH…

YACHT CrXBS AND ARMORIAL

FATAL ACCIDENT AT THE PENRHYN…

THE ANGLESEY NEEDLEWORK GUILD.

THEFT OF ^!^E^A¥"X £ 1NDUDN0.

THE SALE OF I^NK^TxTCHILDREN.