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CONGO METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATORY, COLWYN BAY. Week ending- Sept. 81I1, 1894. Mean Temperature for the week 54' 1 I Total Hours of Sunshine 53 hrs. 20 min Maximum Temperature 62 6 Total Rainfall '40111. Minimum Temperature 47'3 | Mean i Maximum Minimum Daily Humidity. Sunshine. Rainfall. Temper- Temper- Temper- Per Inches. Wind, ature. ature, ature. Cent. H, M. Sunday 626 S4'3 58'4 75 20 N. Monday 56-9 49'4 53'2 67 80 '16 E. Tuesday. 57'6 47'S 52*7 73 9 50 '27 N. Wednesday. 586 48'4 I 53-5 74 5 10 "05 N. Thursday 58'8 50^3 54*6 70 II o N. Friday, 57'4 49-4 I 53-4 67 8 45 -or N. Saturday 56"7 49'4 53'0 60 8 35 N. The humidity is given in percentages, 100 per cent. meaning that the air contains as much moisture as it can under the existing conditions of temperature and pressure. THE RAINFALL AT BRYN EURYN. I Diameter of Funnel, 5 inches. Rain Guage < Height) Above ground, 1 foot. of Top 1 Above Sea Level, 125 feet. Readings taken at 9 a.m., daily. Month. Date. Depth. Remarks. Inches. September 4 C07 5 o-n 6 — 7 o'oi .i 8 — .j 9 — ..1 10 Total for week O'IQ THOS. HUTOHINGS. A WEST AFRICAN'S LETTER. The Liverpool Daily Post (September 7th, 1894: amongst a bundle of African applications for admission into the Congo Training Institute, Colwyn Bay, received per last mail, the following amusing epistle, duly registered, has come to hand:— Accra, 3rd August, 1894. Mv Lord.—Having read your papers in gener- ally that, your, the Honourable the Secretary of Manager Institute Congo Training an African poverty and orphan boys, to instruct them with the professions of an education, and after you point them out unto the hands of God. I have addressed in my invoke of incognito to the Honourable the Manager Institute Congo Training that I have no any parents to condole upon me in my training up for the benefit of edu- cation. I have the honour most respectfully to submit this my humble petition to you for the fav- ourable consideration to take the sympathy of my explanations to permit me with the steward in any pass-note of African Steamship Company who will calling your port as under one of your servants to complete my education of profession in Europe and any arrangement you will connect with me, I shall submit it. My presently weight of age thirteen and a half years, and if you assist me for the education of profession through to the hands of God, I shall give a satisfaction for the glory of God. I was lift by the instructions of God. I shall proceeding on. Before on my expiration is proximate, knowingly undebted to my good bene- factor. I shall be prepared to come under any arrangement you may deem fit, and meanwhile your petitioner in duty bound will ever pray.—I have the honour to be, My Lord, your obedient and humble servant, T-. P. -A-. The Director and Secretary of Congo Training Institute, North Wales.

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THE PARISH COUNCILS ACT.

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\- ,- OLD COLWYN. ,

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