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MATURE JOTTINGS.

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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.

LLANDUDNO CONCERT SEASON.