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TIDE TABLE FOR THE NORTH WALES…

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...--.. IPERSONAL AND SOCIAL.

----------SAYINGS OF THE WEEK.

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SAYINGS OF THE WEEK. MR. E. S. MARTIN. Monev is worth while, and we all want a due portion of it, so long as it means in- creased fulness of life.—In "Harper's Magazine." MR. W. B. YEATES. Society would fall to pieces if the truth were tofd.-At Manchester. DR. POTTS. With every new public park juvenile crime diminishes.—At Birmingham. SIR GEORGE KEKEWICH. The wages -f clerks, their position, and their official housing are among the gravest of England's social scandals.—At the Mem- orial Hall. DR. D. J. SIIACKLETON, M.P. The hope for a sober democracy lies in the children of to-day.-At Kendal. PROF FERRIER. It is said that sea-sickness never kills; but many people think that dying would be preferable to it.—At Bristol. REV. R. W. CUMMINGS. The enemies of the Church are not those who proclaim its failings, but those who slumber inside.—At Otley. MR. GEORGE A. KENDRICK. The life of a shop assistant is never mon- otonous, never dreary, but always worry- ing.—In the "World's Work."

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