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BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

THE INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD…

JUBILEE DISTINCTIONS.

LLANGORWEN.

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CHURCH EXTENSION.

LLANBADARN FAWR.

- FATAL ACCIDENT BY DROWNING.

THE JUBILEE CELEBRATIOJSrS.

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---------_-THE TITHE DIFFICULTY…

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THE TITHE DIFFICULTY IN NORTH. WALES. In the House of Commons, on Monday evening, Mr Osborne Morgan, Mr T. E. Eilis, Mr E. Robertson, and Mr W. Bowen Rowlands asked questions wit4 reference to the recent proceedings at Mochdre. Mr Mathews said that the Chief Constable of Denbighshire had reported thr-t the police had used their truncheons in self-defence.. He did not intend to institute an inquiry into their conduct, as he con- sidered that what they had done was justified by the provocation they had received. A report from Meifod Valley states that the farmers have acknowledged the receiptof the ultimatum written by the Dean of Oxford on behalf of Christ Church College. The farmers express- their readiness to pay the tithes immediately if the Corporation can sea their way to concede an abatement of 10 per cent. Efforts are still being made to effect an amicable settlement.

CHURCHASD CHAPEI.

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