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WELSHPOOL.

LLAWRYGLYN.

CAERSWS. ------

MACHYNLLETH.

LLANWYDDELAN.

LLANBRYNMAIR.

NEWTOWN.

GEUFFORDD.

CHURCHSTOKE.

ROOK.

PENIEL.

LLANERFYL.

LLANFYLLIN.

'MONTGOMERY.

Children Who Missed the Treat.

CHIRBURY.

MOCHDRE.

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LLANIDLOES.

CAERSWS.

LLANFAlli-CAEREINION.

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LLANFAlli-CAEREINION. GRAND CONCERT.âA great musical treat was given at the Council Schools on Thursday eve- ning. when a most successful concert w&s given in aid of the Wesleyan Trust Funds. All the reserved seats were taken, and the spacious rGom I was crowded. Dr. Humphreys presided. The artistes v; ere: Miss Jennie Ellis, of the Royal Albert Hall and Queen's Hall, London (Soprano), Miss Ethel Morgan, gold medalist (contralto), Mr J, Corris Jones, Dolgelly (Tenor), and Mr Maldwyn Evans, Welshpool (Baritone). The accompanist was Miss James, A.L.C,M., Welsh- pool. The names of the artistes were a sufficient guarantee that the performance would be of a high order, and the appreciative audience was more than satisfied. The chairman was in splen- did form, and did his part with his well-known ability and tact. In his address he referred to the generosity of the Plasdinam family in connec- tion with the movement for establishing sanatoria in Wales in memory of the late good King Edward VII, and in the handsome gift of a public build- ing which they were about to present to Llantair in memory of the late Mrs Davies, Broneirion, and the Rev. Evan Jones, Trewythen. The usual votes of thanks were accorded.

Municipal Election at Llanidloes.

THE KING EDWARD MEMORIAL.

AX INSULT TO WELSHPOOL.

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