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JOTTINGS OF THE WEEK. Lady JBalfour, a sister of the Dute of Argyll, during the week-end spoke at Llandudno and Rhyl in favour of votes for women. The Bishop of St. Asaph is a convert to the women's movement, and at the Rhyl meeting de- clared] there is logically no case against "votes for women." The Home Mission of the, Calvinistic Method- ist Connexion are making arrangements with the Rev. John Jones, of Bwlan, with a view to. his taking charge of the cause on Bardsey Island for a certain period. !He will be in the unique posi- tion of being the: only pastor of the only church and only denomination on me Island whose in- habitants have the pleasant privilege of being exempted from paying rates and taxes. With- the observance of a curious custom the Anglesey Hunt, one of the, most fashionable re- unions in North Wales, came to a close on Thursday. After the procession had returned to \h,q Williams-Bulkeley Arms Hotel, Beaumaris, Ve headquarters of the hunt, the lady patroness (Viss Wiliiams-Bulkeley) proceeded to the bal- dly and threw a quantity of hot coppers ■an\Dni°!st the children in the street below, and mu,,j1°arniUsement was occasioned.

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Is Socialism Godless?

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