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NODION Llywarch Hen.

------.-Nodion Ned Llwyd.

Colofn yr Awen.


Great Orme's Head Tragedy.


Summer School of Temperance.


Summer School of Temperance. NEXT YEAR AT LLANDUDNO. A meeting was held at Rhyl on Saturday in connection with the North Wales Tem- perance Federation for the purpose of con- 1 r sidering the arrangements to be made for the next summer school of temperance, hygiene, and physical training to be promoted by the Federation. Last summer -the school met successfully at Colwvn Pay, and it was in- augurated the previous year at Rhyl. Satur- day's conference was presided over by Sir Herbert Roberts, M.P., the President of the Federation, and was attended by the staff of lecturers, representatives from the education authorities of North Wales, and members of the Executive of the Federation. It was reported by the Secretary, the Rev. J. Glyn Davies, that with a view to ascer- taining the wishes of the students attending the last summer school as to the place in which the next one should be held a ballot was taken, which resulted in an overwhelm- ing majority in favour of Llandudno. The Conference accordingly decided that i,c-xt year's session hould take place in the Llan- dudno County School building, which, as Mr. James Marks, their Clerk, had an- nounced at the Wrexham meeting of the Federation, will be lent for the purpose by the Governors. The session will commence on the last day in July, and will extend over a fortnight. The syllabus will comprise, as this year, a first year's and a second year's course, with a class" in addition for third year students having for its object the appli- cation of the scientific and other aspects of the subjects studied in the first two years to individual and communal economics.

Welsh Crusade Against Consumption.

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Llandudno Charity Association.

Llandudno Field Club.

Yspytty Ifan Sheep Dog Trials.

Great Orme's Head Tragedy.