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.A SURRY WONDER

BARMOUTH

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BARMOUTH VIVISECTION.—On Thursday a public meeting was held at Barmouth to constitute a Welsh section of the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection. Mr R. Lloyd Price (Bala) presided.—The following letter was read from the Rev rl. Price Hughes (Lon- don), addressed to Miss Atkinson (Ty ny- ffynon): "Dear Madam,—I have always been, and I am increasingly, opposed to the prac- tice of vivisection. I believe that any pos- sible or speculative gain to physical science Is outweighed a thousand times by the de- moralising effect of the practice upon the hearts and consciences of vivisectionists, on Medical and other students, and the public at large. I am very glad to hear that it is intended to form a Welsh section of the Union for the Abolition of Vivisection. I 8111 sure that when once the facts of the case are made known to my fellow-countrymen they will utterly condemn the cruel and de- moralising practice. I am too much occu- pied to take any active part in the move- ment, but my name, if it is of any use, is freely at your v^s^c'isal.—Yours sincerely, H. Price Ruglies.Miss Frances Power Cobbe, president of the British Union, ex- plained the object of the Union, and spoke of the cruelties caused by vivisection. She proposed the following resolution That vivisection is an abominable sin, and that it must be abolished."—The Rev Z. Mather seconded and Dr IJjighes and Ceonel St. Clair supported the resolution, which was carried unanimously.-The Rev E. Hughes propos?d-Tha.t a W) t'sh section of the British Union for the Abolition cf Vivisection be constituted."—The proposition was car- ried. and the following were appointed Officers: -President, Mr R. Lloyd Price (Bala) vice-presidents, Mrs Rathbone, Mrs Talbot (Barmouth), Mrs Foulkes (Rhyl), Miss Gwenllian Thomas (Brecon), the Rev E. Hughes (Barmouth), and the Rev H. Price Hughes (London); treasurer, Mrs Edwin Blakey; secretary;. Miss Blanehe Atkinson.

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