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IMISHAP TO A RHYL COACHING…

NORTH WALES TEACHERS IN GERMANY.

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Workmen engaged in excavations 20ft. below the surface of a street in tho city of London have discovered another portion ot the Roman wall. Excavations were continued carefully un- til a poition of he wall 62ft. long, Ott. deep, and 8it. 6in. wide was disclosed to view. A tunnel more than a mile in length, and said to be the longest in existence for use by municipal electric buriaou car lines has just bi.*en opened lor a by tiie Genoa Sticet Railway Gompany. it uonnecis Genoa wth the adjacent large commune 01 Kivar^lo and short- ens the tUsiunoe by ij mii-s. Mr John Pupieit, treasurer of the L.B. and S.O. Railway, who iuus IUSL retired after 48 years' service, had tne responsible task of deal- ing w-th a vast amount of ohe company's money. The wages bill aione, with wXch he ha.d to deal amounted to Z17,000 weekly. In the three wooks wlLciI nave elapsed since the "Gal4i Liook" of the \\hue Cuy was placed for signature by visi tors, no fewer than 80,000 persons have signed this un, que record and re- ceived in exchange a certificate sijairng thai they have vis-tod tiie Franco-British Exhibition.

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FETE AT LLANRWST. ---

,-,.".!:" THE PAN-ANGLICAN'…

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THE HEALTH OF DENBIGHSHIRE.

FASHIONABLE WEDDING AT WEEXHAM.

THE NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD.

CHILLED BY A SUMMER SHOWER.

PRUNING.

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