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............ I-VEEK B Y WEEK.

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

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SAYINGS OF THE WEEK. MR. |. F. HOPE. If a man-I don't care in what section of life—has nothing to do he is in the most dangerous condition he can be i n. -At Sheffield. MR. T. A. EDISON. Manj preachers don't sav what thev think; and some don't think at all.-In New York. LORD BALFOUR OF BURLEIGH. Cricket and football are great aids to the development of character; they mean straightforwardness in manner and disci- pline, and that spells better work in office hours. At G.N.R. athletic dinner. MISS E. P. HUGHES. A large number of homes are not managed -well because more money than is necessary is spent upon them.—At Bir- mingham. MR. R. F. CHOLMELEY. There is a certain woolly-mindedness about our method of attacking a moral pro. blem that constantly paralyses action in this country. In the "Pnglishlvoman." MR. HAROLD COX. The duty of the State is to ignore class distinctions.—At Liverpool. MR. E. WAKE COOK. Organisation and discipline are the vital necessities of the time, and those failing to come up to the standard will go under as the unfit. In the Contemporary." DR. W. G. McNAUGHT. The potentiality of the British race for choral music is great, and it only awaits th ) advent of skilled teachers who can get results from any part of the country.—At Birmingham. "¡t

IChancellor's ISplendid Triumph.

..... JOTTINGS FRO31 NATURE.

Love's Farewell.

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Abergele Sparks.

At the Sign of " The Maypole."

The Finance of Education.…

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THE VOICE OF THE rEOPLE.