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LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY-

POSTAL INFORMATION.

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LLANRWISIT1 WOR.KHOU SEI.

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LLANRWISIT1 WOR.KHOU SEI. "AN IDEAL HAVEN OF REST." At the Lla,nrwst Board, of Guardians on Tuesday the Rev. J. LI. Richards, vicar of Dolwyddelen, drew attention to the disparaging terms used by a member of the Board at the previous meeting in regard to the workhouse. If such statements were left unchallenged a' false impression would be conveyed to the public. Members should exercise care in weighing1 their words before they were uttered, as many an idle word might have a. far-reaching effect. Even the poorest people had access to the press and read with avidity any sentiment antagonistic to the workhouse. The effect of the reverend member's words was already palpable, as the relieving: offi- cers were experiencing: considerable, diffi- culty in persuading suitable cases to enter the house, although it was well known to be the best equipped in the country and an ideal haven of rest to those in poor cir- cumstances who had attained an age which required rest and repose.—(Hear, hear.) II

CHILD LOOT AT. HOLYHEAD.

WELSH AUTHOR'S DISAPPEARANCE

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