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THE CLAIMS OF WALES.I

Welsh Disestablishment Bill.

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RHOS.

PONKEY CLAIMS.j .-'IS"

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Cambridge Welshmen.

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Cambridge Welshmen. A large number of young Welshmen at Cambridge continue to assemble on Sunday afternoons for service in their mother tongue. This movement was in- stituted last term, and the success follow- ing- it is unsurpassed. Last Sunday the services were taken by Mr T. Huws- Davies, of London. Among those pres- ent was Mr J. Herbert Lewis, M.P., J un- ior Lord of the Treasury. At the close of the service he delivered an address in Welsh. He had been specially invited, he said, to King's College Chapel, but af- ter giving the matter a thougut he was convinced that the Welsh singing would give him that which the best talent at the King's singing could not. He spoke on Welsh hymnology. The secretary of the movement is Mr Richard Lloyd-George, the eldest son ot the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

,RHOS TOWN TALK.

Welsh Territorials Prosecuted

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RUABON POLICE COURT.

A Fire at Coedpoeth.

Lloyd George, Junior.

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