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PONKEY.

Fashionable Wedding at Rhos.

Dodges of Coal-Miners.

PLEASURE STEAMER IN COLLISION

RHOS

JOHNSTOWN.

A Rhos Doctor's Failure. -

Welsh Territorials.

■New Brighton Band Contest

Oldest Welsh Bridge.

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Mr Hemmerde M.P., Speaks in…

Denbighshire Licences.

Sir Herbert Roberts' Generous…

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Sir Herbert Roberts' Generous Gift. At the meeting of the North Wales Methodist Association, held at Denbigh, on Wednesday, the Rev John Owen re- ferred to the fact that some time ago, Sir Herbert Roberts, M.P., offered to sub- scribe £ 50 a year for three or four years towards the Bala College funds and to give to the College ,Ci.ooo at the end of that period on condition that the money should go towards increasing the salaries of the professors. This. said Mr Owen, did not mean that the salaries now paid the professors should be increased, be- cause the scheme adopted two or three years ago included the proposed increase. Sir Herbert's gift enabling the College Committee to carry "that scheme out. Another condition appertaining to the gift was that neither the site of the college nor its constitution should be altered with- in the period named. The College Com- mittee had agreed to the conditions. The action of the Committee w^unani- mously confirmed by the Association, and a hearty vote of thariks was passed to Sir Herbert Roberts. I

News Of Evan Roberts.

RUABoif POLItE COURT.

North Wales Miners.

Methodists and Morals in Walesa

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