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A TOPSYTURVEY RHYME.

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WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT.

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. URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

FLINT.

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THE COLLEGE FARM FIRE TREFNANT.

BATTLE IN ARABIA.

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BALA. -r- PARC SCHOOL. At the last meeting of the Llanycil and Bala Undenominational School Board, Mr. John Davis, Llandecwyn School, near Harlech, was appointed master of Pare School, to succeed Mr. Arthur Evans. WEEK OF PRAYER. Last week was observed by all denomina- tions here as a week of prayer. On Wednes- day afternoon the members of the Women's Temperance Association held a special prayer meeting at the Independent Chapel. MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Calvinistic Meth- odist connexion for east Merioneth was held at Bala this week. Monday evening and part of Tuesday was devoted to the transaction of business pertaining to different churches in the district from which delegates attended. On Tuesday evening, and on Wednesday, eloquent sermons were delivered by the Rev. S. T. Jones, Rhyl., and Rev. Griffith Ellis, Bootle, to large congregations. CONCERT. A grand concert was held at the Victoria Hall, on Monday night, at which the artistes were Miss M. Jones (soprano), Corwen; Mr. Arthur Davies (bass), Cefnmawr; Mr. O. Ro- berts, R.A.M., Berwyn The instrumentalists were: Solo harp, Mr. H. G. Glaysher solo violin, Mr. H. Condon Finncane; solo euphon- ium, Mr. T. W. Taylor; solo cornet, Mr. T. J. Hillier. Prof. Warhurst acted as accompanist. Although the attendance was not large (which is generally the case here with concerts of a high order)), those present were amply repaid by the musical treat afforded them.

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