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MATURE JOTTINGS. DECEMBER 7.—A friend speaks about the continued mildness of the weather, and refers to the song-thrushes that were singing at Deganwy yesterday. What a glorious day iti was, noit, only did we but the birds also imagined that spring was already in the air; anyone walking along Church Walks in the late afternoon would scarcely fail to have been attracted by the clear, vehement voices of at least three song thrushes. The general chorus had gathered very much in volume; in the early morn hedgeisparrows and wrens sang cheerfully in the hedgerows, starlings mimicked, whistled and chattered to their I hearts' content almost everywhere, robins I chanted in grand style in the groves and gardens, whilst the green woodpecker laughed as with glee, just as though he considered that because the other 'birds in their rejoicing appeared to have so much confidence in the continuation of mild weather, he too had place to give utterance I tlO j oy. R. W. J.
THE GROWTH OF EDUCATION. INTERESTING* ADDRESS BY THE RECTOR, OF LLANDUDNO. The third of a series of interesting lectures, promoted by the Llandudno Con- stitutional Association, was given at the Constitutional Club on Tuesday evening, when the Rector (Rev. LI. R;. Hughes, M.A.) gave an interesting and instructive address upon the foundation and growth of Education. Mr R. S'. Chamberlain (President of the Club) presided over a large attendance of members. The Rector (who was accorded a hearty reception) said that the Education Ques- tion was one of the things that happened, it did not some all at once but grew nalturally like a tree. The education of the people of England was for many cen- turies the business of the church. The early church considered that the provision of doing good to man didi not end with preparing him for the other world, but that it should be the duty of the church to make man good in this world also.— (Hear, hear.) Both the Law and the medical professions were fostered by the churchy and side by side came the provision for the education of the people by extend- ing the blessings, of the few to the many. Monastrieis at that time served as the hospitals of the country, and the work of education was carried on by writing: out old books. Thus the revival of learning came about by digging out the old literature. Men were appointed to teach, others were sent out to heal the people, etc.—(Applause.) Afterwards the church 'began to form a, little' teaching com- munity, resulting in the founding of the old Grammar schools, which had done so much good to the country. The old Universities were not, built for the aristocrats as some claimed them to be to-day. The arrangement of the terms afforded proof of that. From June to October, no work was done at the Univer- sities, and the object of that was to leave the boy free to go back and work on the farm. The church had always fostered education on the most democratic basis. They made education a, thing for the com- munity at large. The great popularity of educaiton began by teaching men the ability of reading their Bibles, and in this movement no one was so prominent as a Welshman of the name of Griffith Jones. This wonderful man was the means of teaching hundreds of people to read their Bihles.-(Applause.) Next ,came the movement for teaching boys to read and learn for art and commerce, which was the pioneer of the, education of this coun- try and the foundation of the National schools, which were founded by the church. The first object, of the schools was the training of a, youth's character. Ability without character was of no use.- (Applause.) The original idea of the old National schols was based on religious education. Some time afterwards the Non- conformists established what was known as British schools, with a vague form of re- ligious teaching, consisting of reading the Bible and a couple of prayers. These two systems together, with the Roman Catholic system, formed the education of the country until the year 1870, when the difficulties began. It was then found that ,a vast community of children were grow- ing up without any education at all. The state then saw that something would have to be done to make education more general. Mir Gladstone was able to carry through Parliament an educational scheme, the, upshot of which was the estab- lishment of Board schools. But, un- fortunately those schools did what they were never intended to do. 1\: r Gladstone's idea as ,tihat they should supplement, and fill up the deficiencies; they were never .intended to become rivals to other schools. But they were used frequently to kill every other kind of school. The great leaders of Nonconformity in those days favoured secular education. A modern exponent of that policy was Mr Allanson Picton, of Penmaenmawr. In those days the Nonconformists main- tained that, only secular education should be taught in the schools, and that the religious, instruction should foe given in the churches and chapels. But the church- people wanted religion to, be taught in the schools, with the result that the Cowper Temple clause was introduced, which permitted religious education with- out dogma, and that had been the mis- chief all through.—(Hear, hear.) The Act of 1870 having proved un- satisfactory Mr Balfour's Act was brought in, which was an excellent act df it was only properly carried out, as it gave fair treatment to every denomination in the c,ount,ry.-(Appla,u,se.) With regard to the recent education crisis the Rector said that the Roman Catholic were beyond all praise for the stand they had taken. They were the admiration of every right thinking man. -,(Applause.) The Church of England wanted the education .at their schools based upon religion, and they were willing, to "pay for 1 it on the condition tihat every child should be taught as his father and mother wished him to be taught. Unless religion was taught in the schools by those qualified to teach it, many chil- dren would grow up without any religious teaching whatsoever.—(Appl auise.) The Chairman remarked that the Rec- tor had put a matter which Parliament had taken a whole session to deal with into a very small space.-(A:pplause.) Upon the proposition of Dr. Wood- house, seconded by Mr Richard Conway, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded the Rector for hr's interesting address. Mr Swetenham (Deganwy) said that it was not only the Government who were to blame over1 the Education Question, but t,he Oounty Council. Let them look at the poor salaries the County Council of Carnarvonshire paid to their teachers in this district. It was most unfair fe think that there, were only two churchmen on the County Education Oommittee. That was certainly not ia fair representation. If the people of the district, only did their duty they would make a vast difference at the next election.—(Applause.) The Chairman said that the reason why « all the hardships existed was that they happened to be in the RiadiclaJ county of Carnarvon, and that the Government, allowed the whole of the power to be gathered into the hands of a few. They could do nothing at Llandudno with re- gard to their schools except from Car- narvon. It was only for the love of re- ligion that men consented to act as school managers, as they had: no power at all.- (Applause.) Upon the proposition of Mr Richard Conway, seconded by the Rector, a vote of thanks was also accorded Mr Chamber- lain for presiding.
LLANDUDNO CONCERT SEASON. PIEIR) COMPANY'S' OFFER ACCEPTED. The scheme for extending the concert season until the, 31st October was brought before a, representative gathering on Mon- day evening, in the Council Chamber of the Town Hall, Mr W. Hi. Jones, chair- man of the Council, presiding1, others present being Councillors F'. J. Sarson, B. E. Bone, S. Chantrey, HI. Edwards, T. Smithy M'essrs Fleming, Wrn. Arnold. A. H. Hughes, F. Eldge, A. Sumner, Howel Jones, Robt. Owen, Cl. H. Bevan, R,. 'N Dunphy, J. E. Hallmark, Allen Smiith, O. Greenhalgh, C. Searell,$. Thewlis, A. Conoily, Alec Taylor, W. T1. Brocklehurst, L. A. Cocker, C. W. Hore (Grand Hotel), T. H. Fitzsimmons, Enoch Davis, etc. The offer of the Pier Company to grant the free use of the Pavilion for the three weeks (payment, to be made for lighting and attendance only) was read, and its generous nature commented upon by several speakers. It was also stated that the Company were going to proceed at once with the re-roofing of the balcony on the Happy Valley side of the building, which would materially add to the comfort of the audiences. As regards the heating of the building it was feared thait, the directors would not embark on any project unt,il after next season. Mir" F. Edge proposed and Mr F. J. Sarson seconded, a resolution accepting ,the Pier Company's offer, providing that a sufficient number of tickets could be sold. The cost, as estimated by Mr S. Hughes, secretary to the Pier Com- pany of running' the concerts would amount: to JE300 for the three weeks. The resolution on being put was carried un- animously. WAYS, AND MEANS:. A, general discussion ensued on ways and means, and finally it was decided to i. obtain written promises to take tickets for the series, each subscriber of a guinea to receive three front seat tickets or five f second seat tickets, transferable within his own family. The question of giving the subscribers twenty-one or forty-two coupon tickets was open for future con- sideration. Several present volunteered to act as canvassers, and a subscription list was opened in the room, the response as will be seen below being a most, en- cour-aging one. A meeting of the volun- teers was held subsequently and arrange- ments made for c,anvassing, the town forthwith, and it, was also decided that subscriptions lists be also opened ait the different banks. On the motion of M!r A. L. Cocker, it was decided to ask the Pier Company to be good enough to state on all their an- nouncements that the concerts will be con- tinued to the end of October, in the event of the scheme being carried through. The following volunteered to assist in a canvass of the town for subscriptions to the fund:-Mes,srs F. J. Sarson, W. Arnold, F. Edge, R. Owen, C. H. Bevan, H. Edwards.. Latimer House; R. Dun- phy, A. Sumner, H. Wilson, A. Smith, Ormescliffe; M. Barnett, J. E. Hall- mark, and SI. Chantrey. Oin the motion of Mr A. Conoily, they were appointed a Canvass Oommittee, with power to add to their number. Oin the motion of Mr A. Conoily, they were appointed a Canvass Oommittee, with power to add to their number. On the motion of Mr Chantrey, Mr W. T. Brocklehurst was elected hon. secre- tary, and Mr O. Greenhalgh, of Parr's Bank, was appointed hon. treasurer. LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS, The following subscriptions were pro- mised in the room:— £ s. d. Messrs Arnold and Hughes 3 3 0 M'r T. H. Fitzsimmons 2 2 0 "Llandudno Advertiser" 2 2 0 Mr A. Conoily 1 1 0 Mr W. H. Jones 1 1 0 Mr Fleming 1 1 0 Mr Tho.s Smith 1 1 0 Mr L. A. Cocker .110 Mr Greenhalgh 1 1 0 Mr C. H. Bevan 1 1 0 Mr Swinnerton 1 1 0 Mr J. E:. Hallmark 1 1 0 Messrs Dunphy and Sons, Ltd. 1 1 0, Mr H. Edwards 1 1 0 Mr Alec Taylor 1 1 0 Mr Allen Smith 1 1 0 Mr Robert Owen 1 1 0 Mr C. W. Ilore 1 1 0 Mr Howel Jones 1 1 0 Mr E, E. Bone, 1 1 0 Mr C. Searell 0 12 0 The Hon. Secretary stated that he had been promised £ 5 5s. by Mr T. P'. Da vies; of the St. George's Hotel, and £2 2s. by the proprietors of the Queen's Hotel; E2 • 2s. by Dr. Dalton, and £ 2 2s. by Mr M. W art ski. These and other amounts brought up the promises to ;C40, exactly. The amount required to guarantee the concerts until the end of October is £300. It was decided not to call a public meeting until after the preliminary can- vass has been made.