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To the Editor of THE JOURNAL.

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INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION.

THE DISESTABLISHMENT CAMPAIGN.

REV. D. 3. DAVIES, CARMARTHEN,…

THE LATE MR. W. R. H. POWELL,…

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KIDWELLY AND DISTRICT.

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Some disorderly scenes occurred on Sunday afternoon in Hyde Park at a meeting of postal office men and their sympathisers, convened by the Postmen's Union. One man, alleged to be a spy, and another, said to have been taking down the names and numbers of those present, were set upon and roughly handled. Mahomed Anvaraddin, grandson of the late Prince of Arcot, has delivered a remarkable address to a Mohammedan meeting at Madras, advising them to improve their social and educa- tional condition. He urged them not to sit moaning over the past glories of Islam, but to fit themselves for positions of trust and to stand loyally by the British Government, which always showed itself a just and merciful master. HUMAN LIFE.-Fifty years' record of Facts, Principles, and Discoveries relating to the Original and TRUE TREATMENT of Disease, and the preser- vation of Human Life on Earth. By Dr. Samuel Birley, M.D., Ph.D.; author of "Patriarchal Longevity lteattainable," "Eal th-Life," &c., &c. A series cf most valuable articles in 52-paged books, containing Diet Rules-what to eat and what to avoid in various complaints, together with other useful and valuable information. Invaluable to every Sufferer. Sound and Practical. Write to-day for presentation copy from the publishers, Messrs Gordon Murray and Co., 48, Theobald's i y Road, llolbofn, London, W.C.

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