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Interesting Discussions and Statistics. [BY OUR REPORTER.] The quarterly meetings of the North Wales C.M. Association were held at Llandudno this k, and were largely attended throughout. The proceedings opened on Monday, and were continued daily until Thursda". Ten years have elapsed aince the Assooiatioa- previously held its meetings at Liandudno. However, the suocess which attended the pro- pent ooniforeaice may be an inducement to the denomination to visit Llandudno more fre- quently. The advantages of good raihvay faci- lities, the imposin.g and commodious mew ciliapel reoently erected by the denomination in the town, as well as the abundant acoommoclation provided for the delegates and others, added much to the success of the present gathering at Llandudno- The President of the Association this ycair its the Rev. John Williams, Brynsienoyn; Mr Peter Roberts, J P-, St. Aeapih, is the treasurer, and! the Rev. John Owen Thomas M.A., the secretary. Mr John Owens, Chester, 13 the se- cretary of the deacons' assembly. The following is a List of previous presidents of the Aspociation.:—Revs- Hugh Jones, D-D., Jaom Donne, Daniel Rowlands, JI-A-, Thomas Owen, T. J. Wheldon, B.A. Evan Jones, Francis Jones,, Griffith Ellis, M.A.. Evan Ro- berta, Owen Owens, Hug'h Williams, M-A-, D-D-, William Jones, J. Tritohard, amd J. J. Roberts.

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MONDAY'S PROCEEDINGS.

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WEDNESDAY'S PROCEEDINGS.

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Pictures from Poverty Land

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WOMAN'S WIDER WORLD. m

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A LLANDUDNO BANKRUPTCY.

DEATH OF SIR LEWIS MORRIS.

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THE FLINT AND DENBIGH HOUNDS…

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