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St. Asaph Diocesan Conference.…

WEDNESDAY'S MEETING.

THE PROPOSED PARTITIONING…

THE REV J. P. LEWIS AND THE…

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MY AlNi

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MY AlNi "My Ai.n Fireside" is the title of one of the most beautiful and touching pictures painted by that fa.mous artist, the late Thomas Faed, R.A. It represents a cottage interior, with mother and babe and proud father, the last- mentioned dividing his attention between the infant arid his newspaper. The colouring is ex- quisite, and tho whole scene one of those pic- tures of domestic life which placed Thomas Faed above all other artists in this particular class of art. A splendid, faithfully coloured reproduction of this picture is now within reach of everyone, for it is given away as the almanac for 1908 with the "Weekly Courier," on November 23rd. There can be no hesitation in saying that this is the finest almana,c of the kind yet pubiiched in this country, a.nd is being given fred3 with the "Weekly Courier" for the date named at enormous expense. In the same issue a new industrial story, "Hearts o' Lancashire," will oommence, and that it is of remarkable interest even in these days of striking fiction will bo in" patent to every person reading the first instal- ment. The enormous demand for the "Weekly Courier" for November 23rd suggests the advis- ability of ordering in advance.

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ROAD MAKING NEAR ST. ASAPH.