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ISPORTING ITEMS.

IWELSH DISESTABLISHMENT.

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MR MUNDELLA, M.P., ON FREE…

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MR MUNDELLA, M.P., ON FREE EDUCATION. At the opening of the Folkestone Board Schools, on Wednesday afternoon, Mr Mnndella, referring to free education, said such a system to be just must be free, not for a class only, but free all round. He warmly advocated voluntary efforts to provide chavdinners for children who could not procure proper nourishment at home, as their minds could not be properly instructed whilst the body was neglected. He eulogised the efforts of the clergy in the cause of education, stating that he knew of cases where the clergy- man subscribed ten times as mueh as the squire and all the farmers of the parish put together. Next year the Department would have to ask for a large vote, which he wa.s sure the nation would not grudge, as this meant a. decrease of crime and the social progress of the masseg. }

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I CARDIFF SCIENCE AND ART…

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RAID ON A DUBLIN ENTERTAINMENT.

AN 4NIERICAN DYNAMITE SOCIETY.

GREAT FARM-YARD FIRE NEARII…

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The Earthquakes in Spain.--

IThe Nile Expedition.