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COODWICK.

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COODWICK. C.M. Monthly Meetings.—These were held on Tuesday and Wednesday at Berachah, and were largely attended. Full report next issue. Visitor.—Mr. Idris Davies, M.P., paid a visit to his brother (Mr. Howard Davies) last week, leaving on Saturday. Debate.—On Tuesday evening last Mr. W. T. Gray was the speaker at the fortnightly debate. Mr. 0. Gledhill moved, "That dancing is a healthy recreation," and he dealt with the subject most ably. The opposer, however (Mr. Arthur Davies) did not arrive in time to de- liver his address, and Mr. M. Moses alone took the opposing side, the motion being carried by 14 to 4.—Mr. Richardson gave notice of motion to call attention at the next meeting to the absurd manner in which a certain newspaper (not the "Guardian") reported his speech.

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