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FLINT. I C.E.M.S. AND DISESTABLISHMENT.—The monthly meeting of the C.E.M.S. was held in the Church of England Schools, oa Wedoesday, the 16th inst. Thare were a large number of members present. I The subject tor deoate waa The Disestabliamenl of j the Ohareb of England in Wales." Coaaciiijr T. J. Williams took the affirmative in a very abla maunet, while Oapt. E. J. H. Williams oa the negative side brought forward arguments to disprove Ooancilior Williams' statements. Many of the members took pact in the disousiion which followed, and altogether the evening's debate was voted a great success.

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MOSTY.N.

ST. ABAPH.

THE CHAIRMAN" SENTENCED.

"JOLLY LITTLE D'UTUR GIRL."

BALLOONISTS MUST PAY.

VANDALISM AT A CASTLE.

STEAMBOATS AT AUCTION.

BOMB IN BELFAST.

RELIGIOUS RIOTS,

IMPAJLED ON HIS OWN LANCE.

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RHESYOAB.

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RATEPAYERS1 BURDENS.

JUST ONE FAULT.

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