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Church Schools in Wales. Sir,-It ha«roi been without considerable m iegivings as to the future possession of our Bchool buildiDga and the cootiuuaoco of religious teaching that, Church people have viewed the recent Education Act. For in return for pecuniary assistance it requires us to relinquish the management of our schools and practically the building* as well. How- ever, partly owing to the difficulty in meeting the growing demands of the Education De- partment and our mistaken policy in attmpt- ing too much, that is the education of other than Church children, aud partly for the I sake of what was said would be a teaefit to tho secular education of the nation, we were prepared to come under the operation of this Act, We felt the responsibility of parting with our tr jst, but a-! it was th »t aa Act of Parliament required it we also felt the responsibility rested more with Parliament than with tB. But ar", \vo to hand over our schools und-r j tbe present circumstances? Does the law expect u,, i:, it a wise policy, and IS it right to incur the grave responsibility of parting with our schools when the other side of the contract is broken ? This would not be to come under the operation of the Act as passed in L'jrli iment, but, to be a party to an amended, mutilated, and one-sided form of it, and t > also countenance tbis local tamper- ing with f.n Act ot Parliament. And if money woul i not be forthcoming to enable us to carry on th-j schools as public elernentary schools the responsibility would lie with their o«n tepres n atives in the court* councils, who by refusing us our legal rights had forced us to close our schools and had [ thrown upon the rat, p iyers the enormous I cost of building naw schools all over the country iu their phce. I think if ratepivers were brought to face this alternative they would be inclined to give the Act a fair trial to begin with. For if ratepayers generally i who have ben instructed iu our schools were to judge from their own experience th-y would acknowledge they experienced no hardship,religious or oth r v ae,in our schools. And the feeling is growing, except, amongst agitators, thit, for the present at any rate, there rnu<t be somi "give and take," th"t if it is aglinst rhe grain for Nonconformists i to pay rales p'\rt of which would go towards Bchools in which Church teaching is carried on, it is also agiiusf, the grain for Church- people to piy rat -s all of which the county councils propose to d-vote tJ schools where the religious teaching is sectarian—j net the teaching that suits the Nonconformists. But if our opponents will not act legally I In j and reasonably towards U3, let us close the I schools, and so snve, at any rate, our build- ings from the wreck and it would Dot be j difficult after n whil-i to (urn them to a I greater benefit for our own Church children than what they bri,, at preeent. And I should not be surprised that a bold, nnited stand of this kind should considerably modify the attitude of the ratepayers towards U8. lftit he that as it may, I feel sure we have nothing t ) lose but much to uain as Church people if wo refuse to allow our Schools to come under thf) operation of the Act unless it is administered in its entire I form as passed by Parliament. -Yours, &c ( NEro.
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The Press. I To make the most of herself is every woman'a aim and also her duty, and in this connection it is eertaill more caro and attention should be bestowed on the liair, which should bo properly treated, thoroughly brushed, and lotions judiciously applied for the correction of failing hair, dandruff, &c. Also, a style of dressing whil h the face should be chosen. Au invaluable lit tl: book on hairdres- sing can toe ubtainel from R Oartwright, Johnson's Court, Flaet Street, London, for 3d., post free, j which will give in detail and practice what I am j expressing in the theory only. It deals with the J subject in detail, and among its many featurns are styles for ladies and girli-, becoming coiffures, hints on the preservation of the hair, the treatment of premature groyness and baldness, how to keep the hair in curl, hairdressing as a profession for women, &c. It is a moit useful little manual. The proprietors of the Queen the (lady's newspaper, Christmas double number present the readers with a beautiful work of art, in the form of a Rembrandt gravure, 30 by 22 inches. It will be a reproduction of a picture by the well-known artist, 1. Snowman, exhibited in this year's Royal Academy, and most favourably noticed, entitled "The Bracelet." It is a charming picture of social domestic life, representing two handsome young ladies in a picturesque old English garden, admir- ing what is evidently a first gift or token of love. This forms a splehdid companion to the last year's plate by the same artist that caused euch a great demand, and far exceeded the supply. The "Queen" newspaper will, as usual, be replete with most interesting matter, appropriate to the j season of Christmas, and contributed by titled Itidies well knowo in society.
:=:r: The Wear and Tear of City Life. —— Why do so many of our City men look so sickly? Because they drink too much tea, and whon thi-y aro fagged out cannot take more substantial and nutritive food. The system thus gradually becomes weakened and debilitated there is no relish for food, no energy for work, and the whole of the physical aud mental condition becomes seriously deranged. One City clerk-Mr H W Elliott, 23, Norfolk Road, Canonbury, N.—writes:—"I work late hours, but I find Vi." Tibbies' Vi-Cocoa a delicious and stimulating drink. My doctor, grocer, and chemist speak very highly of it." And if you use Vi-Cocoa regularly you will speak very highly of it too. Sold in 6d. packets and 9d. and I3. 6d. tins everywhere.
The Harbinger of Christmas. The harbinger of Christmas—Raphael Tuck -has once more distributed over the empire the greet- ings for which the Dame is famous. Christmas without Raphael Tuck would be like a Christmas pudding without the plums. For many months a large army of authors, artists, printers, and paper makers have been hard at work preparing for the huge orders entrusted to the firm. Orders coming from all parts of the empire and from every quarter of the globe. The result of these labours is now apparent. gv-ery season we imagine that the cards, calendars &c and other art novelties have reached the highest pitch of perfection, and yet again we have to acknowledge them more beautiful than ever. It would be impossible in a brief notice to comment upon more than a fractional part of these art wonders. It must be sufficient to write the productions are magnificent." No lass than 1,600 entirely new sets of cards are offered to the discrim- inating art public. Many of theie are exquis-itely painted fliwers farmed of satin and velvet, raised over a surface of transparent celluloid. One ee- pecially beautiful specimen in this class is a crystal vas3 of graceful proportions containing a bunch of purple pansies and ferns. The black and white and monochrome are worthy of the highest praise. Artiste of high repute have been emptjyed, and the workmanship is executed with great skill. The enormous demand for humorous cards has necessitated t,he issue of double the number published last year. Boxed cards are issued in about two hundred designs, and the ordinary coloured greeting cards are more numer- ous than ever before. Christmas postcards will doubtless be exceedingly populir this [season, sad some 150 packets aro published especially for Christmas and New Year greetings, many of them being hand-painted. A special feature of the collection is the prevalence of lovely women, not only on the carda but also on panels and calendars; the Asti series alone is represented in thirty separate series, all being engravings after the costly original paintings of the great French Master, who has so recently pissed away. The Calendars are nearer pertection than any previous issue, and include representations of the worka of the most famous artists, with quotations from many master miuds. The children have not been forgotten. "Father Tuck has spared no pains in catering for their amusement and edification, and many childish hearts will be filled with gladness when they re- ceive gifts of hooks issued by this world-wide famous firm. We venture to predict that few homes will bo without Rome specimon of Raphael Tuck's work on the coming Ciirigtinas__I).ty of 190-3. )
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Our Football Column. Of the nine First Division League matches played on Saturday, five resulted in favour ot the home team, viz. Sheffield United 2, Liverpool 1 Manchester City I, Blackburn Rovers 0 Stoke 3, Sheffie'd Wednesday 1 Newcastle United 2, Middlesbrough 1 Aston Villa 2, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0. Three visiting clubs were success- ful, Sunderland defeating Ertrton and West Bromwich Albion triumphing over Small Heath 10, and Notts Forest vanquishing Derby County 6-2. The match between Notts County and Bury ended in a goalless draw. As a rf-sult of these en- counters Sheffield United apain secured the lead with 18 points, Sheffield Wednesday coming next with 17 points, Aston Villa and Manchester City third and fourth with 16 points eaih, and Sunder- land and Newcastle United fifth and sixth with 15 points each. <I- The leaders in the Combination competition, Chester, dropped a point on Saturday against Broughton United. The score, one each at the interval, remained unchanged,and although Chfster made a big struggle they were held off; and whilst complimenting them on picking up a point away from home it is perhaps well to remind them, lest they forgot, that Birkenhead are threatening. The latter entertained the Rovers ot Tranmere, and liko their friends the foes at the top of the list, could only draw. Two each is good business for Tranmere. When Winsford United took train to Bangor they never thought of heavy defeats and other misfortunes which never come singly. Bangor came seven times to Winsford's once. A meat disastrous outing for Winsford, truly Eight goals were scored at Middlewich, the visitors, Wrexham, claiming five. It is galling to be beaten before one's own supporters, but Middlewieh can feel pleased at having scored three timos against a club of Wrexham's position and strength. f: THE COMBINATION. Results up to Saturday, November 14. P!d. Won Lost Drn For Agst Pts Chester ..10 8 1 l 35 13 .,17 Birkenhead 9 7 1 1 19 9 15 Oswestry 8 6 2 0 21 13 12 Bioughten United 9 5 2 2 23 12 12 Wrexham 9 3; 1 22 15 11 Nantwich 6 3 2 1 16 11 7 Witton Albion 9 2 4 3 15 21 7 Tranmere Rovers. 6 2 3 1 13 19 5 Bangor 7 2 4 1 16 22 5 Rhyl S 2 5 1 13 19 5 Chirk 8 1 4 3 18 28 5 Middlewich 9 1 6 2 11 24 4 WiDsford United..10 1 8 1 13 22 3 Rhyl on Saturday last were set the task—not a very formidable one, as it afterwards proved-of winning their way into the semi-final of the Chester and District Senior Cup competition, their oppon- ent being the representatives of Gwersyllt F.C. The encounter took place on the Grange Road enclosure and the home team turned out as follows -Goal, R J Jones; backs,T Wynne Ellis and Jack Jones; halves, Whitelock, J Wynne Ellis, and R Hughes forwards, T Roberts, Rowland-Thomas, Jenkins, T Williams, and Love Jones. The weather was cold enough to warrant the infusioa of con- siderable life into the game, and in this respect the Rhyl forwards did not fail to give the spectators satisfaction. The visiting centre forward set the ball in motion, but the Rhyl forwards soon showed on whole side Tictory lay. T Williams was not long in finding the net with a grand shot, and later on Lovo Jones scored twice in succession Not more than once was R J Jones called upon to save in the first half, and the homeaters crossed over with a lead of 3 goals to 0. # T In the second half the first noteworthy piece of work was a useful run by T Roberts, who finished up with a capital centre when close on the goal lioc, the result of which was that T Williams had nothing to do but score. Then followed the first serious attack on the home goal, but it was of short duration, being ended by the ball just mis- sing the upright and going out of play. Again Rhyl attacked in earnest and T Williams scored goal No ii. A glorious chance of increasing the score still further almost immediately was spoilt through Rowland-Thomas placing himllelf oifllide and shoot- ing what might have been a goal without his assistance. The referee of course disallowed the point. To make amends for thip, however, T Roberts made the most of the next opportunity that came his way, goal No 6 Imng the result. No further scoring taking place, Rhyl thus won by 6 goals to 0. J That Rhyl's victory WAS complete enough all will afirree. but U¡cv micrht h-av, wnn J", .n larger margin had an individual eagerness to score not asserted iteelf during the second half. It would be unsportsmanlike to criticise Gwersyllt's performance against a team far superior at every point, and as Rhyl won 110 comfortlfobly comment is perhaps not altogether necessary with respect to that side of the game. Still credit for a reliable game at back must be given to Jack Jones,who again was more than Equal to every demand made upon him, his partner (no disparagement to him) having quite an easy time by com parisian with the amount of work he put; in. Of the Rhyl halves it is sufficient to say that they were more than a match for the quintet.te they had to tackle, and hard work was put in by all the forwards. R J Jones was perhaps the only player on the field who could not complain of being overworked unlike him hilt v;s-a-vi* had an exceedingly busy time and some of his saves were very emart.
AN EXPLANATORY CATECHISM. 1. What is Gunlym Evans' Quinine Bitters Au excellent vegetable Remedy, prepared in the most skilful and scientific manner, and containing the aciivo principles of thos^ plants generally acknowledged t) be the best remedial agents, and to possess the most healing and curatiye properties. [t is now extensively used in many countries, and everywhere acknowledged as the best Tonic Remedy known. 2. What does it contain? Quinine and the active principles of the follow- ing well-known herbs: Sarsaparilla, Saffron, Gentian, Lavender, Burdock, and Dandelion scientifically prepared, and in sach happy pro- portions as to form a Tonic Bitt ers positively unequalled. 3. What is its action ? It assists and promotes Digestion, strengthens the Nerves and Muscles, purifies the Blood, en. livens the Spirits, and removes all Obstructions and Impurities in the Human Body. It gives tone to the whole system. It strengthens and fortifies those parts which have been weakened j by Disease, and are consequently more liable to I Colds and unhealthful influences. It has gained the Highest Rcommendatiolls as the Rest Family Medicine and a remedy for every kind of weak- ae s. 4. What Diseases is it specially recommended for Influenza, and after effects of an attack of Influerz 1, Indigestion, Chest Afffctions and Diseases of the Liver in all their various forms, Neuralgia and all Nervous Disorders, Depression of Spirits, General Weakness, Loss of Appetite Sleeplessness. ,5. Must patients confine, themselves within doors when using it ? No; the working man need not abstain from his labour the mother from her household dutie!. of the child be kept from school while using it. 6. Is there any difficulty in procuring it? There need b none, as it can be obtained of al: Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors, or wil lbi forwarded direct by ths Proprietors, carriage free on receipt of stamps. It is s Id in bottles 2s. 9d and 4s. 6d. each. B.were of Imitations. See the name "Gwilym Evans" on Label. Stamp and Bottle. Sole Prop;ietors, Quinine Bit'ers Mann factoring Company, Limited, Llanelly, South Wales.
Prestatyn. School Board. The monthly meeting was held last Friday evening, when there were present :—Mr Goronwy U JODes (Chairman), Revs F Jewell (Vice-Chair- man) and 0 J Davies, and Messrs Peter Ellis, John Hughes (Clerk), E H Parry (School Attend- ance Officer), and G W Jones (Schoolmaster).- It was reported that Miss Kate Jones had resigned her post as assistant mistress, and as the appoint- ment of a successor was considered an urgency, ihe names of two candidates were submitted to the meeting. Dissatisfied apparently with this departure from the usual procedure of adve:t sing the vacancy, the Vice-Chairmaa left the meeting with the remark that his colleagues would doubt- less get through the business better without him. The other members accepted the Chairman's ex- planation of his action in the matter on the ground of urtfsncy, and Miss Lena Lloyd, Llan- gollen, was appointed to the vacant post at the same salary as that which Miss Jones was receiv- ine, i55 per annum.—The School Attendance Officer called attention to a number of cases of irregular attendance, and it was decided to issue warnings to the parents of the children in ques- tion that unless there was an immediate imDrove- ment in the attendances they would be proceeded against. —The following communication from Mr L J Roberts, H.M.I., was read :In common with others, the Prestatyn School Board will shortly come to an eud. Its career, if brief,has been by no means unfruitful or inglorious. I feel it my duty, as indeed it is a sincere pleasure to me, to write to express my unqualified apprecia- tion of the work done by your little Board during its short life. The Board, which came into exis- tence only fonr years ago, has revolutionised the state of education in Prestatyn. It has made vigorous and successful efforts to improve the attendance in the schools,with results thet it would be difficult to overestimate it has provided second- ary instruction for its pupil teachers by sending them as half-timers to the Rhyl County School and it has erected a fine new school, which it will hand down as a legacy to its successors. The marked progress which has been made is no doubt due to a very rge xtent to the zeal of Mr Goronwy Jones, your chairman, aided by the admirable manner with which Mr Hughes, your clerk, has discharged his duties. I take this opportunity of expressing to the members of the Board my warm appreciation of the cordial relations that have existed between us." The Clerk was instructed to draft a reply thanking Mr Roberts for his uniform kindness and encouragement.
Abergele. "Sloncyn Penhydd." The eccentric preacher, who has beeu 'im- mortalized in Matthews of Ewenny's biography, was the subject of a popular lecture delivered at the Baptist Chapel on ;Tueisday by the Rev Cornelius Griffiths, Cardiff. Cianmagl Hotel. This resort will shortly be sold by auction at the Independent Chapal, the auctioneer being Mr Keinion Thomas. Bodoryn Chapel. After a tea meeting huld at Bjdoryn Chapel on Monday last a lecture on the New Woman was delivered by Mr W 0 Jones, Aber. Royalty. It is expected that Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, will open a bazaar in aid of Abergele Schools early next year, when her Royal Highness will be the guest of Mr Hughes of Kinmel and Lady Florentia Hughes. Kinmel Park. Among the guests of the Lord Lieutenant, who is entertainingja shooting party, is Lord Penrhyn. The Hon Mary Hughes is also stsying at the Park. A contemporary describes Miss Hughes as a bright, clever, capable young lady, who has seen much of society and of life at the English Court. She was appointed maid-of-honour to the late Sovereign in 1891, and held her post for ten years, until the death of Queen Victoria in 1901. Since that time she has been chosen as lady-in-waiting to Princess Louise of Schleswig-Holstein, and resides with her Royal lady in Queensberry-place, South Ken- sington. Miss Hughes is a good linguist, a tair musician, and an extremely clever amateur actress. In appearance she is rather tail, with smooth brown hair, grey eyes and a clear, healthy com- plexion. Everyone may not know that a maid- of-honour must be the daughter or grand-daughter of a peer. She can be the daughter of a baron or viscount, but not of an earl, marquegs, or duke, as in either of the last-mentioned cases her rank would be too high for the position. Danoe. On Thursday last there was a large gathering in the Pensarn Assembly Room, the occasion being a dance arranged by the Assembly Room Company. The attendance, besides being thoroughly represen- tative locally, included couples from Rhyl, Llys- faen, Old Colwyn and St George and dancing was kept up from 9 p.m., until about four o'clock next morning. The arrangements were all that could be desired—the appearance of the room was very attractive and the catering was in the capable hands of Miss Evans, Pensarn. The M.C's were Messrs T Leigh and W R Sutcliffe, and the music was supplied by Mr and Mrs Knowles (Abergele) and Miss Gandon and Miss Owen (Rhyl). A programme of 32 dances was gone through.
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Only a Sweet Hunch of Roses. Only a sweet banch of roses, Bright the morning and fair Sweet the voice by the window, Jennie my lass e was there. Would she think of the captive When on the moorlaods away? Only a kiss and the roses Was the answer that day. Vain I long for the moorlands, For the hills aDd the glade Vain I long for the woodlands, Here I pine in the shade. Strong the will of my lassie Toiling oft by my side, Toiling to loosen'tbe fetters, Fate the power denied. Carefully, tenderly cherished Are the petals to-day Carefully, tenderly guarded Through tliejnight and the day; Sw:et to riam on the moorlands, In the dells and the glade Dearer the love of my lassie, If I pine in the shade. Kinmel Street, Rhyl. M. JONES.
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Y Golofn Gymreig. Gofyna gobebydd ai iawn i bregethwr ddweyd ar ol d :rllen p^nod, F, ] yna y rone darllen y b, nod n'r benod," yn lie "dyna fel v ceieiiwyd darlien," Ac. Wn i ddirn. Mae yn dybymi Ilawer iawn ar y dull v darllenwyd. Pe buasai Etioe Evans y Bnla, Evans o L-,ingoll-i), neu CAledfryn-y tri darllenwr diaii-yii dwpyd f,-Ilv ni fu asai llawer 0 feio aruynt. Ond, fel rheol. rUrllenwyr carbwl fydd yu arfer yr yuiadiodi anffaeledig uchod. Darllenwr rhagorol oedd y diw;'ddar Dr. Owen Thomas, a byddai clywed darUro gwel yn ei flino. ClywailJ ef un tro yn dweyd yn gyboeddus fad hen frawd yn darllen, Na ddiehon cig a gwaed," gan roddi pwyidais trwm ar yr a fel pe yn ddichonadwy i'r cig heb y waed, neu'r gwaed heb y cig etifeddu'r deyrnas y souir am dani. "Ciudygeg." Cyngor campus. Os yw dy ddiint yn anolygas, neu dyarndl yn ddrvgsa^rns, cadw dy wefusau with eu gilydd, a byddi yn llai tramgwyddns i rai apoi atat. Anadla trwy dy ffroenau yn unig, a byddi yn iachach, ac ni fydd i ti chwyrnu yn dy gwsg. Os nad wyt am fyn-gi i bawb taw un 0 gymeriad eiddil ydwyt, par i'th enan ddang^s penderfynolrwydd trwy gadw dy weflau yn nghyd. Pobl inraddol sydd a'u danpdd bob amser yn y golwg rbwng dwy wefus lac, lipa, lafoeriog. A chyda ceg gauedig y 11 wydda ambell an oral i enill yr enw o fod yn gall, yn ol ywediad y diarebwr luddewig, Y ffol, tra tawo, a gyfrifir yr, ddoeth a'r neb a gauo ei wefusau, yn ddeallns." I'r un perwyl yr ysgrif- enodd Iago, "Osyw neb yn eich mysgyn cymeryd arno fod yn grefyddol, heb atal (ffrwyno) ei dafod, ond twyllo ei galon ei hun, ofer yw crefydd hwnw." Sal's yn ddiweddar a ddywedai nad hawdd agoshau at y fenyw o herwyd l y pentwr pdheu- ach addurniadol sydd o'i hamgylcb. Cyfarfyddir a merched yn ami yn ddygyfor 0 bethau a theganau pryn. Ediycha ambell i un fel nod- acbfa Y mae ami dipyn o bobpeth. Y mae am dani ac yn nglyn a hi rywbetb oddiar bob cownt r yo y department o'r masnacbdy o'r braidd! Yn mbob celfyddyd y mae cyfrwysdra, t'b yr hen air, ac felly pan y dechreoodd y ddynes wisgo Lrwi-g wedi ei gwneyd o ddail y ffigysbren, trodd ei meddwl at y dressmaker; ac y mae bytli oddiar hyny wedi eyfeiliorni i raddau camweddol ar ol eiiunaddoliatth y nodwydd a'r edau. Nld yw y sylwadau hyn yn gyreiriedig at ferched a gwrngedd sylweddol a difalch ofalant am en cartrefi a'u dyledswyddau beunyddiol. Geliir Rdwaen y rhai hyn wrth daclusrwydd en gwisgoedd fel y geliir ad n a bod o bell y ddynes wycb goegfaleb wrth ei gwisg rodresgar; no yn enwedig wrth ei het eangfawr, uchelfrig a llydanbluog. Y 'm;i e ei phenguweh, fel rheol, yn welrdigaeth, am mai i'w gweled y prynodi hi hi, a' y cynlluniodd iddi fod MIy Y mae hon, yn ngeiriau y Salinydd, a'i hewyllys yn ngiiyfr.dtli y penguwehes a'r wisg- yddes nos a dydd. Dyma ei phader hwyr a boreu. Ochue:dia yn brydcrns nid am gyflwr ei henaid eithr am tffsithiolrwydd ei gwig i be 11 gofid a thraliol yn meddyliau ei chydferched ueu ei chydwragedd. Ymidibyna boddhad y wisg ar radd y genifgen fedr gynu yn yr elynfereh, neo yr elynwraig Nid harddu ei pherson yw ei hamean penaf yn nnig, eithr aflonyddu ar eraill htfyd. Ddydd Mawrtb, Mai 20, cafodd Ynys Cuba ei hanuibyniaeth, a thro^glwyJdwyd i'r trigolion y fraint 0 reoli en hunain, wedi bod dan orthrwm annioddefol Ysbaen am ganrifoedd. Y mae anni. byniaeth yn foddhaol iawn i bob meddwl rhvdl- idgarol, ond wedi y cwbl, nid annibyniaeth yw y fraint uwchaf. Y mae annibyniaeth yn felldith andwyol i wledydd yn ogystal a phersonau. Gall annibyniaeth droi yn felidith yn ogystal a bendith i Cuba. Ynrddibyna yn gyfangwbl ar alluog- rwydd a chymwysder rhinweddot y trigolion "i ddefuyddio y fraint. Ni ddengys y bobl Ysbaen- aidd gymwvsderau addas iawn i reoli en hunain. Y maent yn rhy nn-ydus i ystyried pcth,a yn bwvllog a'u gweinyddu yu ofalus. m Yn ol adrcddiad swyddogol P. if Aroljeydd Ysgolion Cymru y mae un rhan o bed.ir o holl bUut y Dywysoga. th yn Herrian bob dydd yn lie t, y mnned i'r ysgol. Dyma y gwyn gyffrcdiu 0 bob parth 0 Gymru Mewn gwirionedd, y one nn 0 bob pedwar o"blant y wlad yn ferbariad a ihag- olygon anwaraidd o'i flien. Difrifol iawn Nodwedda y drwg hwn yr Ysgolion Gwirfoddol yn ogyfttl a rhai y Byrddau. Paham na wneir esgeuluso ysgol yn drosedd cosbadwy a'i gwein- ydda hi bob tro ? Y mae llacrwydd yn cyfiif am lawer 0 ddrwg. 1-- Pa beth sydd ar Eifionydd er pan fab. wysiadodd y ffordd ryfedd sydd ganddo 0 roddi enwaa yr awdwyr yn nghynwysiad ei gyhot-ddiad clodfawr p Er engraifft, ar glawr ei rifyn ei.-tedd- fodol diweddar gwelir pethaa fel hyn: "Gan Wydderig," Gan Farlwydon," Gan Dawe," "Gan Fryfdir," "Gan Ddyfnalt," lC. Uwch y fath dreigliad ieitbol, natnriol a hollol bricdol fydd ii gofyn, Pa Wydderig ? Pa Feirl wjdon ? NH yw hyn ODd modd arall 0 ddweyd Gan ryw Dawe, Gan ryw Ddyfnallt, &c. Ond ar yr un clawr cawn "Gan Mr David Owen I f(.d yn gyson dyla-id ysgrifenu, Gan Fr. David Owen. Goieu po gyntat i'r golygydd galluog ymwrth(d i'r "fad hwn, onide ni a soniwn am dlino ar ol byn fel gr)lygydd Ceninen nid Y Genineri," syl web. Edrydd Dafydd Livingstone bethau heirdd am aniapawd a moes y negto yn ei gyflwr 0 natur vn Aflrica. Nid oes dadl na ddysgodd rai o'i nod. weddion gwaethaf dan hyfforddiant y dyn gwyn. Tiithiodd Livingstone lawer ar hyd a lied Affrica, heb ddioddef y ddegfed ran gan y bob! ddu ag a ddioddefudd gan y bobl wyn. Ni y.beiliwyd mo hono ond nnwaith gan negroaid, er ei fod yn hollol ddiamddiffyn yn eu plith. Gwaedodd ei gslon lswer tro 0 herwydd ymddygiad y Boeriaid. Yr oedd yn hollol ddiogel yn nhywyllwch y teulu negroaidd, eitbr decbienai oi beryglon pan y deuPli i oleuni gwareiddiad Cyfarfu a llwythau nad oedd godineb a phlant gordderch yn eu plith a theimlai gywilydd, ebe efe, wrth feddwl am gnmpau Cristionogion ar y lliuellau hyny. Byddai negroaid America yn well teulu pe y triniesid hwy yn fwy Cristaidd gau yr Araericaniaid.
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Llanasa. Scarlet Fever. At the meeting of the Holywell Rural District Council, Dr James Williams, medical officer, re- ported that the scarlet teyer epidemic at Llanasa had continued to spread, a total of one hundred and one cases constituting a very serious out- break. Fortunately the disease had not been of a very virulent type. There had been five deaths. The dwellings in which the cases occurred were small two-roomed cottages, with no upper storey, rendering the adoption of any sanitary measures practically futile, the separation of the healthy and sick being impossible. As larger houses were unattainable, it became a question how far the Council could interfere in the matter.—Mr Picker- ing thought nothing would do but an isolation hospital.
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DAVID GRIFFITHS & SON, UNDERTAKERS, WINDSOR STREET, RHYL. Funerals completely furnished. Hearse and Mourning Coach proprietors. I G. Perkins, Auctioneer and Valuer House, Estate & Insurance Agent, BRYNFFYWJSJQW HOUSE, ABERGELE Auction and Private Sales of Property and Furniture, Cash advances if required. Immediate Settlements. Valuation for Probate or Mortgage skiltully prepared. Hotel and Stock-in-Trade Valuer. General Arbitrator. Estates carefully managed. Rents collected. House and Apartment Agency. Agent to the chief Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Companies. (267 The Oldest Established Auction and Estate Agency Business in Rhyl. Hubert R. Holbeche, Sucoessor to Messrs Wm. Hall, and the Lato T. C. Amos. AUCTIONEER, House, Land, and Estate Agent Surveyor, Valuer, & Architect. Sales by Auction and Valuations of Property, Furniture, Farming Stock, &c. Valuations for Probate, Mortgage, Transfer, &c., Properties and Businesses Sold by Private Treaty, Letting and Collection of Rents of Residences, Houses, Shops, Farms, &c., Furnished and Unfurnished. Mortgages negotiated. Inventories taken and checked. Properties and Estates carefully managed. Building Estates laid out. Surveys, Maps, &c., for any purpose. Insurances effected through all principal offices. The Auction, Estate, and Survey Offices M SRT AKETREET, RHYL. And 81 ASAPH. MESSRS W. N. Martin & Co. LIMITED, Auctioneers, Valuers & Estate Agents, Fire Loss Assessors AND Arbitrators. Chief Office 55 MARKET ST., MANCHESTER Sales by Auction of Properties, Furniture, Stocks and Shares, &c., conducted by trained and expert principals and assistants. Valuations for Probate, Transfer & Compensation Claims. Businesses of all kinds Purchased or Sold. NO Wine, Spirit, or Beer Houses. Fire Losses Assessed. IMPORTANT.—To Tradesmen and others.—In case of Fire Ring us up, Telephone 89y. Manchester. It will pay you to engage us to make out your statement of claim, assess your loss, value and certify same, and sell the salvage by auction. the request of a large number of clients in Rhyl and Chester, we have decided to open Branch Offices in Rhyl, which will be duly advertised. North Wales Branch- TOWN HALL, RHYL, "None but Expert & Fully Qualified Assistants on oar staff Moderate and Inclusive Terms. (957 ESTABLISHED IN 1836. THE PROTECTION OF TRADE S TUL? BS, MERCANTILE OFFICES (STUBBS' Limited), t2, G RES HAM STREET LONDON, E.O Subscribers, by obtaining timely information through THE STATUS ENQUIRY DEPARTMENT, MAY AVOID MAKING BAD DEBTS Every Trader should read S1UBBS' WEEKLY GAZETTE, With which is issued a Supplement containing LIST OF CREDITORS under all the important Failures. The Commercial Registers contain more than NINE MILLION ENTRIES Debts recovered promptly and remitted to Subscribers on Tuesday or Friday following receipt BRANCHES at Aberdeen, Birmingham, Blackburn Bradford, Brighton, Bristol, Belfast, Cardiff, Cork, Croydon, Dublin, Dundee, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow Gloucester, Hanley, Huddersfield, Hull, Ipswich, Leeds Leicester, Liverpool, London (West End), Manchester Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Plymouth. Portsirouth Reading, Sheffield, Southampton, Sunderland, Swansea Wolverhampton. SUB-OFFICES—Bath, Buxton, Cambridge, Carlis'e Derby, Dumfries, Greenock, Grimsby. Halifax, Inverness Limerick, Lincoln, Londonderry, Middlesboro, Newport (Mon), Northampton, Oxford, Paisley, Perth, Preston Stockton-on-Tees. Torquay,Walsall, Waterford,Worcester York. TERMS-According to requirements PROSPECTUS forwarded on application to any of the above Officos ESTABLISHED 1851. BIRKBECK BANK INVESTED FUNDS TEN MILLIONS CURRENT ACCOUNTS 20/ Interest /\Oy on the minimum monthly balances, O when not drawn below £ 100. 21°/ DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS Oi °/ 2 /q repayable on demand. ibi 2 /o BTOOKS AND SHARES PorohMed and sold tor customers. The BIRKBBOK AJuKANACK, with lull particullrg. pott TWA. C. A. RAVENSCROFT, M..n..s1D' Dtrodor. Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London, W.O. THE ST, ASAPH Diocesan Calendar for 1903 A dozen unsold copies can be had at the "Journal" Office now at half-price (6d. each). C7 tfow -o r.F.r Now 1<r-r.P ilr lie r,pECIMP- POST- F.. F- i Wallis and Scott, (Late SARSON & SCOTT Auctioneers and Valuers. Mortgagee Procured. Insurances Effected Rents Collected. Valuations Executed. I Sales by Public Auction of Land and Hoast Properties, Farming Stocks, Household Furniture, &c., conducted, with Immediate Cash Settlements. Trustees under the Deeds of Arrangements Ao 1888. General Certificate Holders, appointed b Sir Horatio Lloyd, Kt. Offices High Street, Prestatyn. (7804 MESSRS. Roberts and Co., AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS, Surveyors, House, Land and Estate Agents Mortgage Brokers, Probate Mortgage and Agricultural Valuers Fire and Life Agents, OFFICES— WELLINGTON CHAMBERS, RBYf, (94 Mr Jos. Williams, AUCTIONEER, & VALUER, Accountant, Property and Insurance Agen GENERAL CERTIFICATE HOLDER Appointed by His Honour Judge Horatio Lloyd,K SALES BY PUBLIC AUCTION personally con ducted on reasonable Terms, with immediate Cash Settlements. VALUATIONS AND INVENTORIES prepared for Mortgage, Probate, Partnership, Transfer of Tenancy and other purposes. Representative of the leading Life, Fire, Acci- dent, Fidelity, Plato-glass, Employers' Liability, Burglary, Licences, and Live Stock Companies. Estate Agent in all its branches. Mortgages procured. Registrar of Marriages Private Address Peterboro' House, The Grove. Offices County Chambers, 51 Kinmel Street, Rhyl. Frank Jewell, AUCTIONEER, House and Estate Agent, Valuer, Life, Fire, Accident, and Plate Glass Insurance Agent., Offices: Grey Mount, Prestatyn. Greenhalgh & Geary, FRANCIS GEARY, A.A.I., Auctioneers, House and Estate Agents, Valuers Accountants, & Insurance Agents, Mortgages negotiated and Advances arranged upon Approved Securities. Balancing, Auditing, and Posting of Tradesmen's Books Authorised to levy Distraints for Bent. PROMPT CASH SETTLEMENTS OFFICES & SALE ROOMS— QUEEN'S ARCADE & AUCTION MART MARKET STREET, RHYL. Sales by Auction, and Private Contract if Preferred Furniture, Stock in Trade, &c Registry tot Letting Farms, Business Premises, tiousa (Furnished and UnfuriDiphed), and Apartments and Collection of HEuts. sposal of Businesses and Stocks witboal publicity Valuations for Probate and Administration. Insurance of Life Property, and Plate Glass. -c. Fred Wallis, Auctioneer and Valuer, Accountant, House, Estate, and Insurance Agent Furnishel and Unfurnished Houses to Let on application. Rents collected. Ben. Williams, Kinmel Chambers, Kinmel Street RHYL Is prepared to arrange for The Sale of Furniture and other Effects either by PRIVATE TREATY or by PUBLIC AUCTION. Moderate Charges and Prompt Settlemen ts all transactions Hatwood & Co. STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS, Auctioneers, HOUSE 4- ESTATE 40ENTS, LAND AND PROPERTY SURVEYORS Agency for The "Sun," Royal," "Liverpool and London Fire, Life, Accident, and Plate Glass Insurance Companies. The Oldest Agency in Rhyl—Established 1860 OFFicEs-14 SUSSEX STREET, and 6 JOHN STREET, RHYL. 346 COAL! COAL!! COAL1! 1 FOR BEST and CHEAPEST COAL From Lancashire, Staffordshire, and North Wales Collieries, GO TO WILLIAM ROBERTS, Coal, Corn and Seed Merchant, 41 High-street, Rhyl Also for Hay, Straw, Provender, Poultry Corn, Bird Seeds, Dog Biscuits & Best Baking and Pastry Flour. Best Scotch Oatmeal.