V ASK FOR WORTHINGTON IN BOTTLE AND HAVE NO OTHER. COL. COBNWALLIS-WEST
AND THE TERRITORIALS. THE RESTRSCTSON OF INITIATIVE. T Writing to the "London Evening News" upon Esher's article, Col. West, who is chair- an .of the County Territorial Association, says: county of Denbigh has fro mthe first main- the force almost to its full complement of in a moat satisfactory state of efficiency and dl^ipline. -To keep up the strength of the 4 th R-oyal eLsh Fusiliers we must obtain 250 recruits annum. Whether this can be done is extremely doubfc- u*> unless seme- further inducement is thrown to the men to remain in tlie force. f>he system of restricting the initiative in all Jitters of detail hampers the county associa- °ns, and the officers are given no latitude, but down to be the agents for carrying out cJgs imposed on the associations by the War In future it may become extremely difficult to fv' anyone to assume the command of a Terri- torial reg'lmeat if he is deprived of all initiative meeting special local circumstances and the ^uircmenis of his unit. .unless changes are made in the direction I 2?^ ventured to indicate, I agree with Lord that it will be impossible to continue to to voluntary enlistment. Inc. association with which I am connected done its utmost to work the organisation suc- cessfully, and with a desire to perpetuate it, but in W/>a^' ^°l'y "o deny a feeling of distrust the future for which there can be no remedy, ingJ opinion, except compulsory military train- Cardiff's sixth triennial festival on on
ay with a fine performance of "Elijah." NORTH WALES VETERIN-
ARY MEDICAL SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the Society was held at the British Hotel, Bangor, OIl Tuesday, Mr R. S. Rowlands, Abergele, presiding over an atten- dance which included Professor Owen Williams, Liverpool, and the Secretary (Mr L. W. Wynn Lloyd, Carnarvon). A letter was read from, the Liverpool Society asking the Nort'h Wales Society to oo-operate with the Lancashire Veterinary Medical Asso- claticriv and the Liverpool University Veterinary Med:cal Association in inviting tihe National Veterinary Medical Association to the North Wales district next year for their annual oon- ferecioa. Professor Willi ama explaimed; 'that if the in- vitation was accepted the local Society might arrange a garden party and a trip for the members. All they expected from the North Wales Society was to he-come responsible or the local arrangements. It was suggested that) in view of the in vest i- t.ure, Carnarvon would be an ideal venue, and in the course of a discussion the Secretary men- tioned that rooms were already being- booked for tihe Investiture week. It was decided to recom- mend- Carnarvon as the venue and each member of the Society was aiked to subscribe £ 1 Is to- wards the expenses of entertaining the con- ferenca. It was arranged to hold the next- half-yearly meeting at Bangor. Mr Rowlands was re- appointed chairman; Mr Roberts, Pwllheli, vice- chairman, and Mr Wynn. Lloyd was re-elected treasurer and secretary. Some curious provisions appear in the will
of a Spanish Lady which w-as proved in London. "As to my sif-ters, nieces, nephew, brother-in- law, and cousin," she wrote, "nothing shall come to them from me but a bag of sand to rub themselves wi,.h. PUBLIC NOTICES.
PIER PAVILION COLWYN BAY. ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26th, 1910, A GRAND Theatrical and Musical Entertainment WILL BE GIVEN BY THE HON. MRS. LAURENCE BRODRICK Proceeds in aid of St. Paul's Church Tower Fund. Further particulars to follow ==- PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY. WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT, SEPT. 26th. REYNOLDS' FAMOUS ANIMATED PICTURES IN A BRILLIANT SELECTION OF TOPICAL, DRAMATIC, TRAVEL AND COMIC SCENES. MATINEE on SATURDAY at 3. Programme Changed Every Monday & Thursday. CATLIN'S ROYAL PIERROTS, ARCADIA, WEST PROMENADE, COLWYN BAY. First to Come- Last to Go. SEASON 1910. A SPECIAL EXTRA WEEK PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMME:— Monday, September, 26th—" Ma' in Law's Visit." Tuesday, September 27th—" The Suffragettes." Wednesday, Sept. 28tti-11 The Invaders (with Military Effects). Thursday, Sept. 29th-" Topsy, Turvy Night." Friday, September 30th—" Special Request Night." SATURDAY, OCT. Ist-" GRAND FAREWELL CONCERT." # SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF MR. ERNEST TILBURY, Tenor. VOCALIST FROM THE LEADING OPERATIC COMPANIES FOR THE CLOSING WEEK OF THE SEASON. PRIE.s-Reserved Seats, gd. Unreserved, 6d. ORDINARY, 4d. Doors open 7-15 Commence 8 p.m. Carriages at 10. Alr. SIDNEY FRERE, Managing Director. W. A. PRYCE-DAVIS, Business Managtr. NEW PAVILION AND MARINE GARDENS I RHYL Lessees and Managers Messrs. BARING BROS. LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON. SEPTEMBER 26th, NIGHTLY at 8 p.m. Matinees Thursday and Saturday, at 3 p.m. THE DUTCH DROLLS," ™ ™E ADMISSION 3d. SEATS 3d.. 6d., and 1/- extra, the latter may be reserved. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 35th. GRAND STAR CONCERT. 2/ 1/ and 6d. ALYS BATEMAN PRIMA DONNA. ZACHAREWITSCH VIOLINIST. PERCIVAL GAKRATT PIANIST. e- ——. THE BEACH PAGODA, PROMENADE, RHYL. GILBERT ROGERS' JOVIAL JESTERS PERFORM DAILY AT 11, 3 AND 6-30. A Troupe'of First-Class Artistes. A Feast of Song, Dance & Original Humour Change of Programme Daily. Fourth Season in Rhyl. | y -f /^v ( a A 1 > T~^ "V T Corner of Abbey Road RHOS ( jREEN and Marine Drive, near anti Marine Drive, near (GARDEN CITY) (Colwyn Bay). IDEAL HOMES BUILT TO PURCHASERS' OWN IDEAS FROM P-250 AND UPWARDS. i&rohifcecteSYDNEY MOSS, 4, St. Ann's Square, MANCHESTER. A.'R.IB.A, <* JOSEPH PEARCE. Royal Insurance Buildings, LIVERPOOL > PUBLIC NOTICES. LLANDUDNO PIER COMPANY (LIMITED), Secretary Mr. Samuel Hughes. THE PIER COMPANY'S POPULAR CONCERTS. Morning at 11 Evening at 7-45. PIER COMPANY'S ORCHESTRA Conductor: MR. ARTHUR W. PAYNE. Deputy-Conductor: MR. WALTER H A I G H. SEPT. 24th to 30th, MISS WINIFRED LEWIS (Soprano). TWENTY-FIRST GRAND SPECIAL CONCERT SATURDAY, SEPT. 24th, MR. MOiiGAN KINGSTON, (tenor). MISS WINIFRED LEWIS (Contralto). WEEKLY TICKETS, 3/- and 4/ MONTH- VV LY. 16/- and 12/ ADMISSION TU PIER, 9 to 12-30 noon (during Concert), 3d 12-30 to 6 p.m., 2d.; after 6 p.m., 6d. SPECIAL CONCERTS Admission, ii-; Front Seats, Ii- extra. SACRED CONCERT— On SUNDAY, at 8.15 p.m. LLANDUDNO AUTUMN CONCERTS LIST OF ARTISTES. E LLANDUDNO AUTUMN CON- A CERTS COMMITTEE have the plea- sure to aJiaounco that tli-j Llandudno Piier Co.'s Celebrated Orchestra. (conductor, Mr Walter Haig-h; will CONTINUE the GRAND I' CONCERTS twice daily, under their direc- tion, from OCTOBER 10th to OCTOBER 30th, arrd that the following well-known Artistes will also appear;- MR EMLYN DAYIES (Baritone), October 10th to 14th. MR J. CTIILCOTT (Humorist), October 10th to 14th. MRS ORD CHARTER (Soprano), October 13th and 14th. MISS LOUIE JAMES (Soprano), October 16th, 17th, end 18th. MR DA YID EVANS (Baritone), October 17th. MR G. MAOSLIN (Tenor), October IGtli, 17th, and 18th. MR C, W. BROWN (Tenor), October 19th, 20th, and 21st. MLSS MARION BEELEY (Contralto), October 20th to 23rd. MADAME GREENWOOD (Soprano;, Octo- ber 22nd, 23rd, and 24th. MR R. CARTER (Tenor), October 22nd, 23rd, and 24th. MR J. COLEMAN (Baritone), October 24th to 30th. MISS GWENDOLINE HARPER, October 25th. MISS BERTHA JONES (Soprano), Octo- ber 26 th and 27th. MISS DOROIHY SILK (Soprano), Octo- ber 2-e-t-h. MISS LUCY NUTTALL (Contralto), Octo- ber 29th and 30th. I A GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL, under the auspices of the Committee, will take place on SATURDAY, October 15t, The LLANDUDNO AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY will give a performance of "TRIAL BY JURY," on WEDNESDAY, October 13th. The Celebrated MOELWYN MALE VOICE CHOIR, Blaenau Fcstiniog, will sang at the Concert, on THURSDAY, October 27th. Morning' Concert at 11, Evening at 7.45, Sunday Evening (Sacred) at 8.15. Subscriptions to the Concerts Committee will be received by MR J. MOODY, Town HaJ, who has charge of the Season Ticket Arrangements. W. T. BROCKLEHURST, "Perthi," Secretary. HARVEST THANKSGIVING, 1910. BY DESIRE of a MEETING of DELE- GATES from the various Places of Worship in the town, I beg to invito the ob- servance of THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, as a day of holding the usual HARVEST THANKSGIVING FESTIVAL. It is hoped ALL PLACES of BUSINESS will be CLOSED throughout the day. A. RHYDWEN JONES, Chairman of the Rhyl Urban District Council. Council Offices, Rhyl, 1,st Sept., 1910. | ROLLER SKATING. LLANDUDNO HIPPODROME MORNING SESSION, 10.30 to 12.30. Admission No chaxge. Skates One Shilling. (or one Skate Contract ticket). AFTERNOON SESSION, 2 to 5. Admission Sixpence. Skates Pne Shilling. (or one Skate Contract ticket). Ladies' Tickets, including admiission and Skates, One Shilling. EVENING SESSION, 7.30 to 10.30 p.m. Admission Sixpence. (or one Contract ticket). Skates One Shilling. (or one Skate Contract ticket). CONTRACT TICKET. Six Admissions or Six Skates, Four Shill- ings. U L.&N.W.R.I& [ill THE BUSIKfSS 1 PIM5HP £ LIKE (X-X GENERAL HOLIDAY AT COLWYN BAY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th. CREAP EXCURSION from COLWYN BAY and OLD COLWYN to LONDON (for JAPAN-BRITISH EXHIBITION), BIRMINGHAM, MANCHESTER, LIVER- POOL, and CHESTER. Also, On TUESDAY NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 27th, from COLWYN BAY (onlv) to DUBLIN (North Wail). For further particulars, see small bills. FRANK REE, Eustcra Station, General Manager. London, September, 1910. PUBLIC NOTICES. COLWYN BAY SCIENCE, ART, AND TECHNICAL COMMITTEE. APPLICATIONS are invited for the Post of TEACHER of WELSH, under the above Committee, at the rate of 3s per hour. Applications to be endorsed "Welsh," and sent to ni-e by MONDAY, the 26th inst. F. J. HOLMES, Bank Chambers, Secretary. 21st September, 1910. 28631p NORTH WALES DIVISION of the NATIONAL UNION OF CONSERVATIVE and CONSTITUTIONAL ASSOCIA- TIONS. APPLICATIONS are invited for the post A of ORGANISING SECRETARY to the above. The applicant will be ,expected to reside at a given centre of North Wales, end to devote the whole of his time to the work. Some ex- perience of Organisation is necessary. Applications (with not more than three testimonials), stating age, etc., and whether any knowledge of Welsh, should be sent, before October 1st, to the Hon. Secretary, Hartsheath, Mold, from whom further parti- culars as to salary and duties can be obtained on application. 28604p GENERAL HOLIDAY AT RHYL. BY REQUEST of several Tradespeople and others, and in agreement with other Towns in North Wales, I hereby announce that it is desired that WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5th, 1910, be observed as a GENERAL HOLIDAY AT RHYTT (in lieu of the August Bank Holiday). See Railway Bills for Excursion Trains to Dublin, Chester, Liverpool, Manchester, Wol- verhampton, Birmingham, Harrogate, Lon- don, Llandudno, etc. l b' (Signed on behalf of the Rhyl Urban District Council), A. RHYDWEN JONES, Chairman ofth-e Council. Oouncy Offices, Rhyl, 20th September, 1910. TENDERS. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. THE TY'RMAWN & PANTYCARW STONE QUARRIES, GWYDR ESTATE, LLANRWST. \TJTIERE BUILDING STONES and MACADAM and also CHIPPINGS suit- able for Paths, etc., may be obtained at tha lowest possible prices.—Apply to— R. O. ROBERTS, Bryn Crafnant, 27399p Trefriw, R.S.O. TENDERS Wanted for Work in connec- tion with the Installation of Hot-water Heating Apparatus at Gaorhun Church. Plans .and Specifications to be seen at Caerhun Vicarage. Tenders to be in not later than Thursday, October 6th, 1910. 28593p COLWYN BAY GOLF CLUB, SPORTING 9-HOLE COURSE, SITUATE ABOVE PYVLLYCROCHAN WOOD, COMFORTABLE CLUB HOUSE, Lunchcons and Refreshments Provided. GOLFING REQUISITES STOCKED, Steward and Professional L. GREEN. ISUBSCRIP1 IONS. Per Annum. Honorary Members XI Is and 10s. Resident Members—• Ladies i21 la 0d. Gentlemen £ 2 2a Od. Coun,try Membe.rs- Ladies or Gentle.me-n £ 1 Is 0<L Visitor, 2s per Day; 7s Gd per Week. 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OBITUARY. i%'1Jøv !¡ivlcu'. Ovcrtt-CSvanbr- S>ait0i?ier. At Oxford, on Tuesday, the death of Lady Crofton, ffreat-granddou^hter of Dr, Jonathan Ship'ey. Bishop, of St. Amph, was announced. Seventy years ago Mks Anna Maria Shipley married Caprtain the Right lIon. Sir Walter Frederick Crofton, eon of Captain Walter Crof- ton who was killed at Waterloo. Sir Walter Crcfton was chairman of the Board of Directors of Prisons in Ireland, and, a. Cooiimiesioner of Enj^iah Prisons. He lived to celebrate his god-tie-n wedding.
LUr. Ifvcmciss J*. SgKHUtam*. News has been received cif the death in Canada. of Mr Francis Idris WiHsams, third son of the la-ie Sir W. Graryille WIL-iarne, Bart., oi Bodelwyddan. Mr Williams, who was born in 1391, wag spending a h^tday in Canada with his aunt. Miss Mary Wiiliama, and his death was due to &D. attack of typhoid fever. On hia return hoitne it was his intention to enter Oxford with a view to studying- for noly orders. Mr Witriams's mother, the only daughter of Mr Wiik>ughby Hurt SitrwoU. of "G'erney Hall. Shropshire, died when he was three years old.
hø Vt. at1ie5-Qtcke. We regret to announce the death of Misa Mildred Davies-Cooke, third daughter of the late Mr P. B. Davies-Cedke, and of Mrs Davies-Cooke, of Gwey, which took pbtoe suddenly on Saturday near Tun bridge Woils, where she had been staying1 for her health.
A SUCCESSFUL BILLIARD COMPANY. —Messrs E. J. Riley, Ltd., of Acerington, de- clared the usual 10 per cent, di v idend on ordinary shares. A yomng shark, about lit, 41n. long, has been found cut the mouth of the Dee, near Bilbre Is^ajid, by a London visitor. Fresh difficulties are stated to have arisen at Pretoria, which may after all bring about Gen- eral Both'a resigsmticn of the Premiership. Professor F. W. Dyson, F.R.S., the new ml Astmnon-,or-R,oyal, arrived in Fishgnard on Tuesday evening from New York on the Cam- pania. At the age of seventy-seven, Mr John Willis CSark, registrar of the University of Cambridge, a great authority on archaeology, especiaSy li- braries and their contents, has been compelled to nwaign his offioe owing to tailinK health.
SKY-LARKING ON SNOWDON DESCENDING THE MOUNTAIN ON A STONE FATAL SEQUEL TO A SUNDAY EXCURSION. Mr Pentir Williams, the Coroner for South Carnarvonahie, held an inquest on Tuesday at the Quarry Hospital, Lianbens, touciuiy the death of a young nua nanred William Morris Griffith, of Gr-cestun, near Carnarvon. As is the custom of Wesli people at this time of the year, the deceased and a numbeT of oom- pan.ons went up Snowdon on Saturday night to see the gun rise on Sunday morning. There were some hundreds from all parts of the district at une summit. Shortly after starting the descant the deceased, against the advice of his friends, put a b.g stone on the centre rack of the moun- tain tram road, and sat on it, an-a. in this way el id down the lino at a great speed, prcbably <'40 miea an hour. After he had gone some 200 yards down the line, the gradient of v&ich was ooe in six, someone belonging to another party of climbera placed a big boulder on the line and pushed' it along. It increased in speed as it wera, along, until ii attaiiied a velocity. of forty or forty-five miles an hour. It caught the do- i, who was still on the track, and struck hiiii n the back with such fores tiiax he turne.d a someatsault. In addktiota to a fractured trngh he sustained serious internal injuries, He was oonveyed. to the Dmorwio Quarry Hospital, where lie died. a few hours later. One of the witnesses, William Owen. Jones, said that lie saw a man. placing a bi&' stone on the brack and pushing it along, but he d.d not know h.m, and would not be able to recogniso him. M A itehisorb the manager of tho Snowdon tramro.ad, said that the crowd that went up the mountain on Saturday night had done enormous damage to the tra/jk. Tiiey had broken fences, pulled up the gradi-ent posus, thrown down tiie wre3, and interfered wrJi the bed of the rail- way. A special train was sent up on Sunday conveying workmen to repair the damage. The same thing took place every year at this time, and he had c\ n soan stones tied by a pi«-c of wire or str.ng u> the rail. The Coroner remarked that sheer wilful damago ocanied to have been oone to the rail- way. Ai>art from the malicious injury to pro- perty tliere was a possibility of a seiious acci- (Lent, vaking place as the rewult of such acts as had Lecn deoanbod. Ma- Aitdhieon If we had not sent out a spe- cial train on Sunday to axamiue the line am accident might have happened. As it happens we always examine the June at this time of the year. I A Juryman thought it was important that the police should try to find out who the man was that put tho boulder on the line and pushed it alone. Superintendent GrifTith If he couid be found it would ba a case of mansfcmg'lr.er against him. Peop:e who were on the mountain and who know who put the bouId«ar cei the line don't oa.re to say who he is. They seera to be sworn to secrecy. Tho inquest was adjour?ied till a week next Friday. The police will in the meantime en- deavour to trace the man who put on the line the boulder which, struck the deccaacd.
THE CHURCHES. The Calvinistic Methodist churches of Dolan- og, Pontrobe-rt, Gad, and Sardis (Montgomery- shire), have given a unanimous call to the Rev. E. Parry,, Carrne], HolywelL
THE LIVING OF H AWARD EN. Mr W. G. C. Gladstone, patron of the living of Hawarden, has offered it. to the Rev. F. S. M. Bennett, vicar of Christ Church, Chester, who is considering the offer.
NEW RECTOR OF LLANGELYNTN. MERIONETH. The Rev. D. T. aivlar, vicar of Tydwediicg, has been offered by tho patron, Colonel Llc-yd, the benefice of li-urugelynin, Merionethshire, and haa decided to accept it.
NEW APPOINTMENT FOR PEN- MAENMA W R MINISTER. The Rev. Edwyn Charles Hart, pastor of Pcsain-asnmaw-r Eng-heh Congregational Church, and chairniian of the North Wales English Congregational Union, has accepted, an invitation to become the minister of the Wylde Gieen Congregational Church, Bir- min, and will enter upon his ministry there on the first Sunday in November The Rev*. O. Madoc Roberts (Carnarvon) has been engaged to proa-ch at the St. David's Eve service in the City Temple, London, next March, with th.e Rev. Edward Jones (Rhyl).
BANGOR DIOCESAN CONFERENCE. TO BE HELD AT BARMOUTH. The annual Bangor Diocesan Conference will be he'd at tha Pavilion, Barmouth, on Thurs- day, October 6th, under the presidency of the Bishop of the Diocese. The subjects for dis- cussion, which will vake place in English and WeMi will be- :Morning, "The supply and maintenance of the ministry of the Church," readers and speakers, the Dean of Bangor, Rev. S. L. Bronn, Bangor, Messrs A. G. Edwards, Portmadoc, and J. Rowlands, Cricc'eth. After- noon, "The Sanctity and Discipline of tho Home," readers and speakers, Messrs S. J. Evans, Llangefni, H. E. Miller, Nevin. Rev. H. L. James, Aberffraw, and Rev. G. Matthews, Penmaecimawr. At the opening of the morning meeting, dele- gates will ba elected for the Central Council of the Diocesan Conferences, and also two repre- I ta lve ssnta'uves on the National Society Consultative Committee. The present delegates on tho Council an the Rev. F. P. Watkin-Davies, Llanf a.irieehaÐ; Canon J. P. Lewis, Llanys- tunidwy; Rev. J. T. Jones, Pcrtdinorwic; Mr H. J. Eliis-Nanney, Bart. Mr Kneeshaw, and Mr E. A. Young. The Secretary of the Con- ference is the Rev. J. E. Williams, vicar of Portmadoc, and for particulars as to cheap trakis, hospitality, etc., application should be made to the Rev. R. Lloyd Roberts, The Rec- tory, Barmouth. — ■ —
THE CHURCH CONGRESS. MEETINGS AT CAMBRIDGE NEXT WEEK. SOME INTERESTING FEATURES. The arrangements for the holding of the Church Congress, at Cambridge, on tOO 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, and 30th inst., are com- pleted. The opening service of the Congress at Ely Cathedral, when the banners of the series of the previous Congresses will be carried in procession, is likely to be a very impressive The episcopate will be largely represented as besid-es the Archbishop of York and the Bishop of Ely, the Bishops of Bangor, Birmingham, Bristol, Durham, Lichfield, Llandaff, Manchester, Ripon, Ro- chester, Sodor and Man, Truro, Barking, Burnley, CoIchcster, Croydon, Hull, Lewes, Leicester, St. German's, Stepney, Thetford, Oesoiy, and GippsLand, as well as Bishops Tyson, Hodges, Ingham, and Morley are ex- pected to be present. The Bishop of Winchester is unable to come to th-ø Congress this year, and the Bishop of Norwich will be preaclling the ser- mon at the opening service at Cambridge. The social side of the Congress will be particularly attractive. The various halls which will be used in connection with the meetings of the Congress lie so close together that it will be possible to connect them all on the occasion of the rcceptio-n by the Vic0- Cbanoellor and Mayor, and thus to form a magnificent suite of rooms. The Blue Vien- nese Orchestra will play in the Corn Ex- change, and other forms of entertainment will be provided for the guests. The Bishop of Truro will exhibit & selec- tion of his large collection of lantern views of Ely Cathedral, and the Rev. A. J. Foster will give a short lecture on Bunyan'e coun- try, through wh.ich he has kindly promised to conduct a party of visitors on Thursday. In the course of the evening a r-epresentation of the ancient miracle play of Abraham and Iaac will be given by some members of the Cambridge Literary Drama Association. On the Tuesday the Cambridge members of the Church of England Men's Society will give a reception at five o'clock after the Pre- sident's address in Emmanuel College grounds to other members of the society, and on the following day there will be a Masonic gather- ing of unique character under the auspices of the Provincial Grand Lodscc of CambodiB-
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A FREE TRADE GUIDE. (By S. SKEUHORN.) Dr. Macnajnara, who is a Mimst-ar of the Grown, has just writteci a book called Tariii Reform and the Workiag Ma-n." It is a bright, breezy book quite freo from venom and abu^e and is well wor-Jh reading beca&a it helps us to uudersfesnd Free Traders ]<J nt of view. But some tilings in the book we can't under- stand. Tlie author, for example, in arguing that Tariff Reform would increase the cost of food quo'-co tite following: —"Making a Christ- mas puddnf in France is not plea- caa* operation that it is in England. Or course not, because tha Frenchman doesn t ea-t Christmas pudding, but how does that prove thai Protection isi a bad thing'? Dr. Macnajnara may be excused for net know- ing that—perhaps he was misinformed by some Radical kaet-blit, it is hard to explain his simplicity in asking the question, "Why do all Tariff Reformers propose to exempt raw mater:al and "Why does not the foreigner pay the piesent tobacco dwty ?" How many more times will Tariff Reformers! have to explain fer the benefit of the Crown Ministers that when an import duty (38 in the case of tobacco) is put on all article which is not produced in this country the home consumer mure pay every penny of the dUty, but when the article is pro- duced here, it is oc-rtain that in moss cases tiie foreigner .would pay tlie whole or part of the duty rather than lose lÙ market? THE LABOUR PARTY A-KD "FREE TRADE." Then this Free Trade aoalogLrt tells us that Tariff Rsform failed a.t the last general election because "The workman knew that their own dbooaa leaders, tho men who had sprung from their own class, 000 men who knew their hopes, their fears, their anxieties, were, to a man, dead against it." It was a strange kind of failure to pefcurn the strc?)go&t single jtarty to the new Parliament, but ap-art from that, what an ab- surd thing- Jo say F-nst of all it isn't true. Masay of the ciearest-headed Socialist leaders such as Roberrt Blatchford, II. M. HyodSman, R. B. Suthers, etc., are '"dead" against Frt-e Trade, and a growing body of Trade Unionists are in faivour of Tariff Reform. Besides, evem if; it were true what does it signify? Most of tho Labonjer Leaders are toc.otelera, but doss DT. Macnamara think tluat all the workers are "dead against" beoer on that account? The real reason why some of theee Labour Leaders pro- fees "Free Trade" is because they depend for their scats on Radical support. Others, as a correspondent m tlie Paess saii: "stick to so- called Free Tradi;" because, under it, the con- dition of our working-classes is so bad, and is beoom ng so much worse, that they hope to get a, social revolution which will result in the State owning all land, industries, railways, etc." This may be good tactics, bu-„ rt is not a strong- argument for "Free Trade" pure and simple.
igirtlio, ptrtrriages, attb fpeait)#. BIRTHS. INGLIS.—On the- 14th -M!t., at lln-uxtcn House, near HeroTord, to Mr and Mrs John Inglis, a acn. MORG_k-N.-g,p -iiher 12, at Castelimai, Con- wa.y, to Dr. and Mrs Morgaji, a son. OWEN.—Scpt^-in't>er 15th, tlie wife of Mr David Cren, Eldon Villa, Denbigh, a daughter. MARRIAGES. COX—-BARNES.—On September 8th, at the Parish Church, Hit-chin, Arthur Stanley, only son of Arthur Cox, of New South- gate, to Ruth Sarah Barn-: niece of Mrs Piekard, of Hitchiii, formerly of Bangor, North W-ruk-e. HUGHES—U.OYD.—Septemfc^r 20th, at the New Tabernacle (C.M.) Chapel. Bangor, by the Rev. W. Wynn Davies. iw-isted by the Rev. T. Sliank'and (brother-in-iaw of the bridegroom). AJex. S. H-ughes, youngest SoOn of the late Mr and Mrs John Hughes, 333, High-street. Bangor, to Kate Loyd, 17, Tabernacle-atrect, Bangor. JONES—EVANS.—September 14th, at Salem (B.), Bah\. by the Rev. George Williams, Arthwr JoiKH. Aran-strcet, Bala, to Anne E. Evans, Ffrydan-road, Bala., WILLI -kM-Q--GTtIFFI I'Ti .-Sept,&mber 20th. at Noweham Park Wøoh C.M. Chapel, Liver- pood. by the Rev. R. Aethwy Jones, M.A., William Richaid, youngest eon of the late Richard WiSisfcrrg, of Uwynhwdol, Pwlilheli. and of Mn Williams, 14. Argy-le-Toad, An- fied, to RiM Catherine (NelJie), niece of the late Edward Rowlands and of Mrs Row- lands, of 7, Rocky-lane. An field. DEATHS. EV ANS.-&ptemher 15th, Evan Evans, carrier, Bryndedwvdd, Denbigh, aged 58 years. JONES.—Septe«nber 18th, Mrs Elizabeth Jones. 25, MiUwaad's-terraoe, Denbigh, agoo 74 years. OWEN.—September 20th, at her residence, Pont Helen. Rhewl, Ruthin. Gaynor, the desvrly beloved wife of 0. P. Owen. Interment at Rhcwi Cemetery, on Fri«fa.y. OWEN.—September 18, at 2, Oolfart Road, aged 64 years, T%on>as Hughes Owen. In- terment at Lkmrwat. on Wednesday. PRITCHARD.—Poptesnbcr 18, Jane, the be>- loved wife of Johm Pritohard. Belmont, Port Dinorwic (late of 79, Upper Hill-street, Liverpeol). S'MAJXWOOD.—11th inst., at Deganwy, North W-aiet.% EIiLen, widow of the late Heavy SioaJiwood. of Shrewsbury and Coalport. No cards. Funemle farmishad "d ptramutllx coatwo"d
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THE LATE MR TOM ELLIS. MR LLOYD GEORGE UNVEILING MEMORIAL. Mr Lloyd George, the Master of Embank, and Mir J. Herbert Lewis, M.P., attended an im- pressive ceremony outside Bala on f^swaiay, when the Chanceiior of ihe Exchequer unveiled a marble tablet placed in Csfaddwys&rs Chapel to the memory of the iate Mr T. E. Ellis, for- merly member for Merioneth. The Master of Elibaok, addressing an open- air meeting', explained that he was present as represecii-ing- in the first instance his immediate chief, the Prime Minister, secondly, the Liberal ae--i Radical headquarters of wluch thsir late distinguished countryman was the distinguished! chief. Let them, whether Scotchmen, Irishmen, or Welshmen, continue to encourage and pro serve the national spirit. But who knew that* with the evoluiion of Government- and the in creasingly heavy respomsibilit'ea. tliro-wn on the Mother of Parliaments, the time was not far distant when, as in our English-speaking Commonwealths across the ae-as, both Saxoo and Oeit would be called upon within car shores and under a Parliamentary system to give free exercise to that genius of self-gove-mrncot with which Providence had so highly endowed them (rs), Mr Lkiyd George, speaking in Welsh, paid- an eloquent tributo to memory of Tcm E'lis. "C;Gllle of us," he said, "may live to see with our own, eyes tho Wales that Tom BHis saw just as cloarly, with that prophetic eye of a faith That was never diirimcd—tlw Wales of a hig-hly trained peotple, dw>e £ iing in valleys made prospeirous by sconce; a Wales whose people will be intelligent, loving' their lassg-aago, their htcrature, their lacd, their religion, making thear artisfcic nature not merely vocal but- visible; a Wales that is independent and free, a Wales fearing God and fearing 00 one oke (loud cheers).
English and Welsh Markets CATTLE. LIVERPOOL, Monday.—Although t'-xire wore about- 100 lees cart e on offer trade was vory slow, ajkd eelieris had to acoapt. a red"jctk>n c-f from 1 Za to 153 per Lczd to effect a clearance. Sheeu and lambs were shown in about tlie sura Hum- bars. Demand for both LOiiiewhat slow, and for ail da.3 of shee-p pn-oas were easier. L-ambs of nice quaiaty maintained last week's iniiwove- me-nt in price, but. rough ckis- w.ore very J.yw in value. Beef, 7d to 4-d; mutton. 7Ad to 5d; lamb, 8d to 7d T-,oer ib. At. market: 971 cattle and 71292 alioep and iambs. BIRMTNG-HAM, Tuesday.—'Very few l>eaafcs offering to-dta-y, and a poor doman-d, best Hcre- fcr-ds b-jing disposed of at 7Jd pec lb. shcrt- horias 6d to 7d, bulls aad cows 41 to 6d. Wether abee-p soid at &d per lb., ewes f-tirl rariis 5d to 5jd, lambs 71 to SJ-d, Pigs were scarce and a ste.ady sate, bacons making- 12s. cutt-c-is 12s to 10s 3d, and sows 10."1 1M per score. SALFORD Tuesday.—At market: Cattle, 2104; sheep and larab". 13,719; calves, 104. Prions: Cattle 5 to 7d per lb.. S!KX>P E-d 10 &d. Iambi 7d to FAd. Trade dull for catlle, sheep, and larnfcs. Best calves in good dern-ajxi. Fivo hundred stone iambi f^-t<->!«d 20s to 24s each. CORN. LIVERPOOL, Ttiefduy. —Whe-at market dot- ing, qmiet trade co!K3lvded, unchanged, to Id centai! decline from Friday's currencies. Flour, moderate trade, price-j uijalie-red. Maiz-r., mcderafe demand, pn-me mixed American, 5* 6d; Servian, 5s 4d; Plata. 5c. 7i,-J. per cental. Beans, peas, oats quiet, unch-angod. liarley. turn earlier. HAY AND STRAW. MANCHESTER, Moooa.y.tl<:>'ta.ti-c"'T: ITav, 5^d to &d; clover, 6d to 7d; straw, v.-Lcat, 2sd; A ditto oat, Z>àd to 3!d per stc-ne. WOOL. BRADFORD, Motiday. Tnea-c is a steadf busaneas in nearly a'O defcripticns. Merino 2b 5d, croj-bred- 40's Is 3d to Is 3gd. In English wools prices aTG very firm; Lincoln hogs pro movang more freely. There is sr-mc inquiry for American. In mohair there is a grod d'?a! husine s. and prices are firm but without changet The export yarn market contin-ucs: very firm. BUTTER CORK. Wednesday.—Good fiupplies fair (I", mand; prices steady. Firr-ts 97s. seconds 95s. thirds 90;. Mild cured Superfine 1 QCs. fine 95s, choicest boxes boxes 94s. Fresh butter 100 5 to 92g..
BANGOR MARKET. MEAT, BUTTER, and EGGS. Fresh butter, Is 2d' per lb. eggs, 9 to 10 for Is; Iri-h, Danish, and Canadian butters, Is to Is 3d per lb.; besf, 7d to ICxl per ib. mutton, 8d to IQd per lb.; lamb, 9d to lOd per ib.: veal, d to lid per ib. pork, 8d to 1(}'d; ham and bacon, g.¿ to is 2d per lb.; fat pigs, 4 to 5ci per l b. LLANGEFNI, Thursday.— Butter, Is Jd per lb.; eggs. 12 for Is; beef, 7d to 9d per lb.; mutton, &d to lOd lamb, 8d to lOd; veal. 7d to 9d; ork, lOd; fat pi-gs, 5d per lb.; little pigs, 20B to 27s each; fowls, Is Dei to Is 9d each; ducio. Is 9d to 2s 2d each. LLANRWST, Tuesday.-Fresh butter, Is 2d per lb.; fowls, -Is to 5s per couple; ducks, 5s per couple; eggs, 10 for Is; potatoes, 4s Gd per cwt.; bed, 31d to Is pc-r lb.; mutton. 7d to lid; veal, 8d to lid; pork, 8d to lOd; lamb, lOd to Is; fat pigs, 5d per lb. PWLLHELI, Wedne-,day.-Butier, 1?; eggs. 76 6d per 120; ducks, 5r, per couple; fOlds, 33 to 3s 8d per couple; beef, 7d to lCkl; mutto.i, 6d to 9d; pork, 7d to lOd; fat pigs, 4N porketa, 23s bo 26.3. 4
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shire. The brethten will assemble in the hall of Trinity Hall, and prooc-ed thence lor a short service to fling s OoL-ege Chapel, where a sermon will be paxv.ciiod by the Hon. and Rzv, the Dean of Hereford. Oil the same afternoon, Viscount and Yiroounte.85 Clifden have invited the officials of past and pre- sent Congresses to a garden party at Wim- pole Hall. Opportunities have been provided for mem- bers to visit pi-iocs of interest in the ncigii- bouxhood. On Thursday a small pa-rty will go the round of the most important marsh land churchcs, and many members will doubt- less take .advantage of Lord Sandwich and Archdeacon Vesev's invitation to visit Kin- chin Brooke and Huntingdon.