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<E Solving- i4ie Tramp Problem. Steadily growing year by year the army of turnips invading North Wales, particularly at oOerrta.in seasons, bids fair to over-whoelm the Poor Law Authorities unless a firm stand is madet to greatly minimise the evil. The Coinway Board of Guardians have at length token up the matter in a. business-like manner, and uoiless we are much mistaken their decision on Fridtay will have the de- sired effect before very long. Acting upon the advice -of the LocaJ Government Inspector the Board have resolved to deal less teccder-heairtedly but more reasonably with the vagrant. They mean to enforce the Casual Order erf 1882, which provides that he must undergo the rigours" of a bath cm his visit to the workhouse. He will also be | detained until nine a.m. of the second day. following admittoaioe, and if admitted cm more tliau one occasion during one month he wiill not be discharged before nine a.m. on the fourth day after admittance (Sunday not included). Again his task in stone cutting, etc., its to be be increased, a.nd finally he will spend the night in solitary oomaremcmt. This programme has proved very efficacious in Cardiff and other workhorses. Every pre- caution will, of course, be taken to deal with the genuine work-seeker on other lines.

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CONSTABLE OF FLINT CASTLE.

MR BALFOUR AT EATON.

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FIFTY YEARS AGO.

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MUSICAL NOTES.

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YESTERDAY'S --RESULTS.

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FLINT AND DENBIGH HOUNDS.

DUKE OF WESTMINSTER AND HIS…

MR. BALFOUR AT WREXHAM