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TARIFF REFORM IN 1910.

FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL !

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IPRESERVATION OF EDUCATION…

A SAD HOLIDAY.

The North Wales District Auditor.

PERSONAL.

PRINCESS OF PL ESS.

DEATH OF THE EARL OF ANCASTER…

LATE SIR WALTER CORBET.

CHRISTMAS AT EATON.

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NEW LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUDITOR…

LORD PENRHYN AND HIS QUAllRYMEN.…

INORTH WALES ASSIZES.

FAMOUS HORSE DEALER'S DEATH.I

RECEIVER FOR WARING & GILLOW.

C HRISTM AS TIDE.

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MUSICAL NOTES.

SQUIRE OF II AWARD EN'S STORY.

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SQUIRE OF II AWARD EN'S STORY. At the Hawardcn rcnit audit dinner last week an amusing oborv of hJW he chore the now rector was told by the squire, Mr W. C. C. Gia: tome, and corroborated by the, Rev- F. S. M. Rcneiett himself. One Sunday intg Mr Gladstone oyckd into Chester and attended service at Christ Church, of which Mr Bennett was at that time vicar. Before (tho service Mr Gladstone waj oboerved to be "acdr-ng in a suspicious mamner," scrutinising everything in church aiid mak^ciig notes. He also inquired if tlie vioar was to proach that morning. Ho was suspected of being a Keta- aitite and Mrs Bennott went into the vestry acai informed hor husband- Mr Gl-ad«tco6 remainod through the service, and unknown to him six or eight sturdy men were placed near him fu, watch him. "If (he had enly blown his nŒ6 extra loudly," sad Mr Ben- niertt, "he wouJd have been chucked out." Afterwards Mr Gladstone called at the vicar- a.ge and personally made M.r Bennett tihe offer of tho living of Hawarden.

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EISTEDDFOD AT EGLWYSBACH.

COMPETITIVE MEETING AT LLANRWST.

FESTINIOG EISTEDDFOD.

LLANGERNIEW EISTEDDFOD.

BOXING DAY EISTEDDFOD AT RHYL