MACHYNLLETH ANNUAL I AGRICULTURAL Â£ HORTICULTURAL The sixth annual show was held in Plas Machyn- SHOW. lleth grounds on Friday, uoder very favourable cir- cumstances. Very large numbers attended, and the show was regarded as a great success. The entries in the different classes were more numerous, and if anything the exhibits were of a better quality. Lord Henry Vane Tempest is the president of the society, and Mr Sackville Phelps Rowlands, vice-president. The post of secretary was ably filled by Mr Thomas Lloyd. Refreshments were supplied upon the ground, and this year the ladies of the Machynlleth branch of the North Wales Women's Temperance Union introduced quite a new feature into the proceedings. The absence of a neat and respectable tea tent at various local events held during the year has often been commented upon, and the friends of temperai ce have to a great extent being held responsible but it was a pleasure to notice that ample provision had been made at this show. A neatly arranged tent was under the supervision of Mrs Ffoulkes Jones, presi- dent of the aociety, and Miss Catherine Pugh, secre- tary, who were assisted by a large number of ladies, and instead of the orthodox bar there were email tables placed at intervals at which a p,rty of four or more could conveniently take tea. The experiment was a success, and deserves to re- ceive the attention of Good Templars in all parts of the country. Judges-Jumping, Saddle, and Harness Horses Lord Henry Vane-Tempest, Plas Machynlleth, O. Slaney Wynne, Esq., Dolrhyd. Dolgelley, C. R. Williams, Esq., Dohnelynllyn, Dolgelley, C. E. G. Owen, Esq., Hengwrtucha, Dolgelley. Agricultural Horses, Stallions, and Mountain' Pomes :-r Vaughan Davies, Esq., Taoybwlcli, Aber- yatwith, William Humphreys, Esq., Aberkin, Cric- eieth. Black Cattle.âWilliam Humphreys, Esq., Aberkin, Criccieth, Thos. Vaughan, Esq., Sychtyn, Llanerfyl. Hereford Cattle.âE. W. Savage, Esq., Glandulas, I Hew town, Samuel Miller, Esq The Court, Abermule. Welsh Sheep and Shearing.âMr Humphrey Jones, Dolgelley, Mr John Tudor, junior, Penlan. Sheep Dogs.-Mr Henry Owen, Dolgoed, Corris, Mr William Owen, Lion Hotel, Bala. Terriers, Setters, and Spaniels.âColonel Williams, Fynoncaradog, Bow-street, R. W. Williams Wynn, Esq., Cefn,-St. Asaph, J. Lascelles, Esq., Penmaen- dovey, Machynlleth. Poultry, Batter, Eggs, and Honey.âMr R. Thomp- son, Bod-Owen, Welshpool. Roots and Grain.-M.r E. W. Savage, Glandulas, Newtown, Mr S. Miller, The Court, Abermule. Garden Produce.âMr J. Doig, Ynysmaengwyn, Towyn, Mr J. Vearey, Gogerddan, Bow-street, Mr R. C. Williams, Crosswood Park, Aberystwith, Mr William Roberts, Peniarth, Towyn. THE FLOWERS, ETC. were arranged in a large tent and attracted a good deal of attention. Amongst the special exhibits were those of Messrs Dickson and Sons, Chester, who had a stall of some very fine helianthus, gladio- les of various shades, dahlias, etc. Messrs Clibran and Sens, Altrincham (represented by Mr Lewis, Arthog, Dolgelley) exhibited a splendid assortment of apples, for which they were awarded a special cer- tificate of merit. They also showed some exceptionally fine tomatoes, which bad on the previous day ob- tained first prize at Shrewsbury. The competition among the cottagers' exhibits was a very close one, and the large and varied assortment of apples on the Ã¸talh clearly proved that they could be grown as well in that district aa anywhere else. Melons were a good feature, but some of them had been left to long and had gone beyond table use. Carrots were very clean and remarkaby free from canker, and the horn variety of carrots were never better. Onions, pars- nips, and roots were very good and sound. Some excellent samples of grain were exhibited, and the first prize was taken by Mr W. Rees, Dovey Valley Hotel. Altogether the competition for vegetables and roots waa very .good and a complete success. A root of Indian corn grown at Glaseoed Cottage, Machynlleth, attracted a good deal of attention. HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, ETC. There was a fair number of horses entered for com- Sedition, but they were not altogether satisfactory. hire horses and stallions stood out prominently, and were the best feature of this part of the Show. Cattle was a very small lot. but very good quality for the country. The joow that took first prize was an exceptionally good one, but the judges would have preferred it being a little better about the loins. There were some very good ewes among the sheep, which were quite up to the standard of last year. Not so many entered as last year, and this was accounted for by the fact that the farmers were bnay in the harvest. It is rather surprising .that the farmers of the district do not take a greater interest in the show by sending more stock for competition. The dogs were a good class, but there was not so many smooth terriers as last year, although the quality was far better. A larger number of setters were on show, and better samples. AmonF the rough terriers there was a defioiency in quality ao compared with last year. There were very few entries in the poultry division considering the many natural advantages the people in the neighbourhood possess for the rearing of fowls and ducks, and the competitions waa not as good as they ought to have been. The horse leaping attracted considerable attention, and "Comet," a horse the property of Mr Jerome, of Birmingham, was beaten by Mr A. O. Davies, Machynlleth. THE LUNCHEON took place in a tent on the ground, and was presided over by the Lord Henry Vane Tempest, who was aupported by Mr Vaughan Davies, Mr Owen Slaney Wynn, etc. After the loyal toasts had been proposed and duly honoured his LORDSHIP rose, amid applause, to pro- pose the health of the Judges, who had so kindly consented to come and give their decision on the exhibits that day (hear, hear). They had come at great inconvenience, and he was sure that they had done justice to all competitors, and be knew that they would agree with him that they could not find more honest judges than those they had with them that day (applause). Mr OWEN .SLANEY WYNN, in responding, said that he thanked Lord Henry for the kind way in which he had spoken of the judges. It was always a pleasure for him to come down to Machynlleth, where he met so many of those he knew in days gone past, And where happy days were recalled (applause), The judges no doubt did their best in judging between the merits of the different animals for competition. Referring to the kindness of the Dewager Marchioness of Londonderry, he said that her ladyship had the interests of the town at heart, and there was no greater benefactress to a town than was her ladyship to Machynlleth (applause). The Noble CHAIRMAN, in responding, said that her ladyship was at all times moat pleased to do anything to assist the local movements. She exhibited stock herself, and had taken some prizes (applause). Mr VAUGHAN DAVIES said that he rose to propose the toast of Success to the Show. He thought the farmers during the present agricultural depression should rally around each other at those shows, and by their united efforts help to fight the great struggle. But he was glad to observe that there was no falling off in the show as compared with previous years. There were some most excellent roots on exhibition, and the best he had seen for many years. He was very much surprised to see such very good cart horses in the neighbourhood. At one time Mont gomer)- shire held a very good name in Wales for cart horses; but some years ago she almost lost that reputation. However, that day, there were aome excellent cart horses and cart mares on exhibit, which he felt were a credit to the agriculturists of the district (applau3e). He was much struck by a black bull calf amongst the cattle, and he felt con. vinced that it would lay the foundation of a sure jBtock-getter for the future (applause). The CHAIRMAN, as president, responded to the toast, and said that he was of opinion that the show was as good as any held previously (hear, hear). ;lr E. J. OWBN proposed the health of the Presi- dent, wiiicii Wfw duly drank and acknowledged by Lord HENRY. The comdany then rose. t CLASS A. I White Cabbages-I, Lewis Richards, renrhiew, Cwmllunan; 2, Evan Jones, Poplar Terrace; 3, Lewis Richards. Red Cabbageâ1, T. Jarman, Garth; 2, D. Thomas, Miesglas 3, Evan Jones, Poplar Terrace. Vegetable Marrowâ1 and 2, R. Edwards, Llan- gwvn 3, D. Hughes, Llasfihangel. Carrote-1 and 2, R. Vaughan 3, John Leah, N ewlands Lodge. Rhubarb-1, John Weaver; 2, John Edwards, Garshon 3. R. Vaughan. Peas-I, R. Rowlands; 2, R. Edwards; 3, R. Vaughan. Broad Beansâ1, Wm. Jones, Aberdulas, Corria; 2. Evan Morgan, smith; 3, J. M. Jones, Lion, Xlanwrin. Dwarf Beans-l and 2, D. Hughes; 3, B. Rowlands Scarlet Runner-I, Henry. James 2, E. Edwards 3, R. Rowlands. Leeks-1, John Evans; 2, R. Rowlands; 3, R. Vaoghan. Shallots (large)-I, A. Thomas; 2, R. Rowlands 3, H. Owens. Shallots (small)â1, John Jones, Lien, Llanwrin; 2 and 3, John Evans, Garth. Parsleyâ1 and 2, E. Edwards, Cross, Clariach 3, T. Jarman. Cauliflowerâ1, John Leek 2, H. Owen. Raddish (red lump)-I, D. Hughes; 2, H. Thomas; 3, K. Rowlands. Reddish (white)â1, Wm. Jones; 2, R. Rowlands; 9, H. Thomas. Lettuce (cabbage)â1, J. Weaver; 2, R. Vatiglian 3. K. Eiiwar.:s. Lettuce (cosâ1 ana 2. R. Edwards 3, R. Vaughan 13i.sket of Vegetablesâ1. Win. Jones; 2, John l,ce\ Early Kidney Potatoesâ1, H. Thomas, Penyfford; 2 and 3, R. Edwards. Early Round Potacoes-I, R. Edwards; 2, D. Hughes 3, G. Humphreys, Penegoes. Late Kidney-I, D. Hughes; 2, John Davies; 3, R. Vaughan. Late Roundâ1, E. Edwards; 2, John Davies; 3, Wm. Jones. Apples (kitchen)â1, D. Hughes 2, E. Edwards. Apples (doesert)-I, D. Hughes; 2, John Jones, Royal Oak, Talieein. Peas-1, John Jones 2, P.C. Phillips, Taliesin. Plums (damson)-I, John Davies; 2, Henry James. Plums (any variety)-land 2, D. Hughes. Gooseberries (red)-I, E. Edwards; 2, John Leek. Currants (red;â1, John Leek. Currants (white)-2, John Leek. Astersâ1, H. Owen 2, John Leek. Dahlias-I, H. Owen 2, John Davies. Pausies-I, H. Owen; 2, R. Rowlands. Stocksâ1, R. Rowlands 2, John Leek. Geranium in pot 'single)â1, John Leek. Collection of Garden Flowersâ1, Henry James; 2, H. Owen. Special prize given by Mr Wm. Cbilbran. for the best collection of vegetablesâ1, R. Rowlands, Lllin. fachreth. VEGETABLES-CLABS B. White Cabbageâ1, Major Bonsall, Galltyllon 2, T. Jones, Maengwyn-street. Red Cabbage-I, Evan Evans, Llanfachreth; 2, T. W. Bonsall, Morbee. Vegetable Marrowâ1 and 2, Alfred Harris, Maoh- ynlleth. Carrotsâ1, R. Vaughan, Llanegyn 2, Evan Jones, Felingerig. Early Horn C&rrotsâ~1, G. W. H. W&ksfiold, Garthgwynion; 2, Evan Jones, Felingerig. Turnips-I, G. W. H. Wakefield, Garthgwynion; 2, R. Edwards, Llanegwyn. Autumn Onionsâ1, W. J. Rowlands, Llanfiaangel; 2, Major Bonsall. Spring Onions-1 and 2, John Jones. Potatoe Onions-I, W. J. Rowlands, Llanfihangel; 2, A. J. W. James, Dolybont. Parsnipsâ1, R. Vaughan 2, G. W. H. Wakefield. Rhubub-l, R. Evans; 2, A. J. W. James. Peas-I, G. W. H. Wakefield; 2, B. Edwards. Broad Beans-I, E. Williams 2, F. Evans. Scarlet Runners-1, J. Lascelles, Ponmaendovey 2, Alfred Harris, Machynlleth. Dwarf Beansâ1 and 2, B. Edwards. Large Shallots-1, E. Evans:; 2, W. J. Rowlands. Small Sballote-1, A. Harris 3, W. J. Rowlands. Parsley-I, Evan Evans; 2, Alfred Harris. Cauliflowers-1, Major Bonsall 2, Rev. T. W. Trevor, Rectory. Red Turnip Radish-l and 2, G. Morris, Fron- felen, Corris. White Radish-I, Lydia Thomas, Penyffordd; 2, Evan Evans. Lettuoo-l and 2, Jones, Rock Villa. Cos Lettuceâ1, J. Lascelles; 2, R. Edwards. Collection of Herbs-1, Evan Evans; 2, Rev. T. W. Trevor. Basket of Vegetables-1. Rev. T. W. Trevor; 2, E. Williams. Leeks-I, G. W. H. Wakefield; 2, W. J. Rowlands. Celeryâ1, H. James, Llwyngwain; 2, Rev. T. W. Trevor. Cucumberâ1, J. Lacelles; 2. Major Bonsall. Beetâ1, R. Edwards; 2, R. Vaughan, Llanegryn. Tomatoesâ1, Major Bonsall; 2, J. Lascelles. Early Kidney Potatoesâ1, W. Evans, Bwlcheross- farm 2, Rev. T. W. Trevor. Early Round Potatoesâ1, E. Williams 2, R. Vaughan. Late Kidneyâ1 and 2, Alfred Harris. Late Roond-l and 2, Rev. T. W. Trevor. Apples (kitchen)â1, Mrs Jenkins, Gogdinan; 2, A. G. James. Apples (dessert)â1, 0. Daniel, Towyn.; 2, Major Bonsall. Pears-I, P. C. Phillips, Taliesin; 2, Major Bonsall. Gooseberriesâ1, Edward E. Parry, Dolgau. Melonâ1, J. Lascelles. Pansies-1, Evan Evans, Llanfachreth. Fernsâ1, Alfred Harris; 2, Rev. T. W. Trevor. Rosesâ2, Major Bonsall. Dahliasâ1, E. Evana; 2, Major Bonsall. Asters-I, Alfred Harris; 2, J. Lascelles. Stocksâ1, John Jones, Workhouse, Best tastefully arranged vase of cut flowers by a lady-1, Miss Neilie Taylor, Garth Lodge; 2, Miss Cissie Lascelles. Collection of wild flowers (cut)-I, W. F. Davies, Landsend: 2, Miss Nellie Taylor. Garth Lodge. Beat Collection of Vegetables (six distinct sorts) which have been grown from seeds supplied by Messrs Wm. Clibran-I, Major Bonsall. For the best collection of Vegetables (6 sorts) grown from seeds supplied by Messrs Daniel Bros, -I,Rowland Smith, Llanfachroth; 2, Alfred Harris. Best Collection of Vegetables I, C. Taylor, Garth Lodge. Best Collection of Cut Floweril-l, C. Taylor; 2, Hugh Owen. Llanfachreth. Best Collection of Pot Flowers-I, C. Taylor; 2 Nurse Jones, Londonderry Cottage Hospital. Turnips (garden)-l and 2, D. Hughes, Llanfi- hangel; 3, John Davies, Craigyrheuffordd. Autumn Onionsâ1, D. Hughes; 2, J. M Jones, Lion, Llanwrin 3, John Owen, Glandulas. Spring Onionsâ1, R. Vaughan; 2 and 3, David Hughes. Potatoe Onionsâ1 and 2, D. Hughes; 3, H. Owens. PoLranips-I and 3, John Evans, Garth Road; 2, R. Vaughan. HORSES. Best horse 15 handlt high or over for jumpingâ1 Alfred O. Davies, Penrallc, Machynlleth, "Marquis, 2, Alfred O. Davies, do. Sunlight." Beat horse under 15 hands high for jumping-I,, Alfred 0. Davies, Penrallt, Machynlleth, "Cymro," 2, W. H. Wemyss, Aberystwith. Best borse for jumping (open)â1, Alfred O. Davies, Penrallt, "Cymro." Best stallion for agricultural purposes, that has travelled the district of the show during the season of 1893 (prize given by Dr. Davies)â1, David Evane, Rhoscellanfawr, Borth, Blagdon Bang-up," 2, Corbett, Towyn. Best roadster or cob stallion for harness or saddleâ 1, David Evans, Rhoscellanfawr, Borth, New Fashion," 2, David Evans, do., "Perfection." Beat roadster, mare or gelding, 15 hands or over, ridden (pace and action considered)-I, Alfred O. Davies, Penrallt, Machynlleth, Sunlight," 2, P. Dyball, Aberystwith; h.c., Tom Ste adman, Mallwyd, "Lady Cardigan." Best cob or roadster, mare or geidmg, under 15 hands, ridden (pace and action considered)â1, Miss Florence Pryse, Gogerddan, Bow Street; 2, Tom Steadman, Mallwyd "Physic," h.o., Alfred O. Davies, Penrallt, Machynlleth, Golden X." Best turn-out, comprising single horse and trap complete, bona-fide property of exhibitorâI, Alfred 0. Davies, Penrallt, Machynlleth c, E. Jones, Lion Hotel, Machynlleth h.c., Dr. Grosholz, Towyn. Best mare or gelding for agricultural purposesâ 1, Edward Hughes, Aberffrydlan; 2, Wm. Francis, Aberhiriaeth, Cemmaes; h.c., David Evans, Rhos- cellanfawr, Borth, "Agnes." Best mare for agricuitu; al purposes, with foal at footâ1, Lewis Pugh, Rhiwsaeson, Llanbrynmair; 2, David Evans, Rhoscellanfawr, Borth, "Agnes." Best yearling colt or filly for agricultural purposes â1, Marchioness (D) of Londonderry, Machynlleth 2, William Francis, Abeihiriaeth, Cemmaes; c, William Owen, Mathafarn. Best sucker got by Grand Lad or Bardolph (prize given by Mr Morgan Morgan, Ffridd Mill, blachynileth)-I, John Davies, Brynclyglo, Machyn- lletb; 2, William Owen, Mathafarn. Best mountain pony, not exceeding 13 hands high -1, J. Morris, Penywern, Henllys, Borth, R.S.O.; 2. John R. Hughes, Dorglwyd, Commins Coch, Mont. 3, W. E. Lovegrove, Dinas Mawddwy, Nobby." CATTLE (OPEN TO ALL COMERS). Best black bull of any age-I, William Vaughan, Llyasyn, Llanerfyl, Welshpool; c, J. Henry Sivan Evana Llanwrin. Best Hereford bull of any ageâ1, M. Ryder, Tyuchaf, Llanwrin; 2, Ed. Hughes, Aberffrydlan. Best black in oalf or milch cow of any ageâ1 and c. David Lewis, Hendrissirion, Llanwrin; 2, William Vaughan, Llyssyn, Llanerfyl. Best Hereford in calf or milch cow of any ageâ 1 and 2, R. Ryder, Maes:nachraeth, Cemmaes; h.c. and c., Edward Hughes, Aberffrydlan. Best cow of any other breed in calf or milchâ1, Marchioness (D) of Londonderry, Machynlleth; 2, Richard Jones, Penegoes Mill; c., A. P. Howell, Llanbrynmair. SHEEP. Best pen of five Welsh ewes that have reared lambs this yearâ1 and 2, Henry Evans, Escuan, Towyn. Best Welsh ram of any age-l and h.c., Henry Evans, Escuan, Towyn; 2, Gwen Davies, Caradda, Llanwrin; c., Wm. Jones, Fridd, Machynlleth. Best Welsh ram lambâ1 and 2, Henry Evans, Escuan, Towyn; c., David Wigley, Rhydyrderin, Cemmaes. Beat pen of sheep, dipped in Quibells sheep dip (prize given by Messrs Quibell Bros., Newark)â1, Henry Evans, Escuan, Towyn. SHEARING COMPETITION. Quickest shearing two lambe-t, John Davies, Caradda, Llanwrin; 2, Hugh Rowlands, Pantooch, Esgairgeiliog; 3, John Griffiths, Cambrynmawr, Talybont. < r â â DOGS Z Â£ Xr, '(OPEN TO ALL COMERS). ;V-V First prize winners in any show not eligible. Best looking sheep dog-I. W. R. Williams, Bank, l\IachynUeth, Ca r10, 2, William Lewis, Cefncoch Hotel, Llanegryn 3, William Jones, Brynacre, Liacbrynmair. Best rough terrier-I, Dr. Davies, Machynlleth; 2, James Roe, Derwenlas, Macbynlleth; h.c., John Holt, Maesglas, Machynlleth, Black." Best fox terrierâ1, J. L. Lloyd, 7. Broad-street, Newtown; 2, P. Chaplin, Bryntegwell, Aberdovey; h.c., T. B. Lloyd, Rose-villa, Newtown. Beat Lavernack setterâ1, Thomas Jones, Craidy. don, Corris; h.c., John Beedle, Llanbrynmair. Beat setter, any other breedâ1, Thomas Jarman, Garth, Machynlleth.; 2, J. G. W. Bonsall, Fron- fraith, Aberystwith Punch." Best Spauiel-1, J L Lloyd, 7, Broad-street, New. town, Young Baronet"; 2, Dr Grosholz, Towyn; h c, D M Davies, Aberyetwith. POULTRY. Best, pen of Cock and Hen, Dorkin breedâ1, R C Anwyl, Llwygwy. Best pen of Cock and Hen, Game (any oolonr)-I, H L Smith, Llanbrynmair; 2, Rev R J Edwards, Corrie. Best pen of Cock and Hen, Hamburghsâ1, Joseph Evans, Derwenlas; 2, R Rowlands, Penybank. Best pen of Cock and Henâ1, David Owen, Shop, Llanwrin; 2, R C. Anwyl, Llwygwy 3, Thomas Clay. I ton, Gas Works, Machynlleth. Best pen of Drake and one Duck, Aylesbury breed -1, Dr Davies, Penrallt, Machynlleth; 2, D Wigley, Cemmaes. Beat pen of Drake and one Duck, any varietyâ1, Alfred Davies, Tynyfawnog; 2, G P Thomaa, Aber. hosan c, E E Jones, Gas-house, Dolgelley. Best pen of twu young Geese of this year's hatchâ 1, Mary Davies, Poisnaut, Llanwtin 2, Miss Pugh, Maesliuni, Penegoes. BUTTER. Best fresh Bu-ter, iiot leas than 41bs made up into ilbe-1, Lewis Rees, Pwllglaa; 2 and 3, Elizabeth Owen, Llyulleoedd 4, Marchioness Dowager of Londonderry; h c, Mrs James, Cefncoch, Machyn- lleth; c, Mrs Breese, Esgairwean, Llanwrin. EGGS. Best basket of Eglls. not less than 12-1, Thomas Thomas, Maohynlleth 2, Mra Conway, Llynlloedd; h c, Mary Jones, Penegoes. GRAIN. Bebt sample of Who&& in the ear, not leas than 50 the growth of 1893-1, W. Rses, Dovoy Valley Hotel, Cemmaes Road; 2, William Edwards, Rhydygwiel, Cemmaes. Best sample of barley in the ear, not less than 50. the growth of 1893-1, E Pritchard, Tynohir, Glan- dovey 2, J Morns, Penywern, Henllys, Borth. Best sample of oats in the ear, not less than 50, the growth of 1893-1, E Pritchard 2, Marchioness Dowager ef Londonderry. For the bert sample of black Tartarian oats in the ear, not less thun 50, the growth of 1893-1, David LwÃt4, Tyewyn, Machynlleth; 2, David Lewis, Hendresifion, Llanwrin. ROOTS. (Open tu tenant farmers only). Best turmp, 8 roots to be shownâ 1, William Edwards, Rhydysrwiel, Commes; 2, Henry Hughes, Tymawr, Llanbrynmair. Bast swede, Â» r-th-I John Wbittington, Gor phwysfa, Cemmes 2, Hugh Francis, Pentrecelyn. For the best Mangei Wurtzel, red or yellow, 8 roots to be shown-1, J VN- hittilgton; 2, Richari Jenkins, tienhafod, Glandovey. HONEY. (Open to all Comers). Best sample of honey in oombs-I, R C Williams, Cross Wood Park, Aberyatwyth. Best dish or jar of elarifi d honeyâ1, R Gough, Caeraws h c, K Roberts, schydygarnedd. EXTRA PRIZES. Given by the Mareiiioness Dowager of Londonderry. (Open to residents within a radius of 7 miles.) Best pair of knitted hose in a patternâ1, Mrs E M Wakefield, Garthgwynion; 2, Miss Annie Jones, Fronheulog, Cemuaes; 3, Mrs James, Llwyngwern Lodge. Best pair of plain knitted hose, home-spun yarnâ 1, Jaue Lewis. Pentrerhedyn-street, Machynlleth; 2, Miss Annie Jones, Fronheulog, uemmaes.
LLANFAIR FLOWER SHUW. The second show of the Llanfair District Horticul- tural Socijty was held at Llanfair on lharsday. The president of the society is the right hen. the Earl of Powis, who arrived at Llanfair at one p m. He was met in High street Dy the members of the committee, (Hillh Sheriff), Rev S. Reed, Messrs E. K. Hilton. T. and the general pablio, includiug Mr J.C.Hilton, Watkins, J.P., C. E. Howell, Rniewport, John Pickmore, Warrington, T. J. Hounefield, J.P.. G. Edmunds, The Bank, W. Theodore, C.C., Dr Hum- phreys. J. Lloyd Humphreys, Charles Humphreys, C. H. Beck, Upton Priory, Joseph Evana, Fronygog, Henry Owen, Mathafarn, C. W. Humphreys, Tylissa, Tnomas Bowen, Tvm Jones, Thomas Jehu, Johi, Thomas, draper, E. D. Roberts. E. Anwyl Kvans, J. B. Jones. Goat Hotel, ThomiS Morris, Welshpool. Deputy C. C. Crowden, and the hon. sees., Messrs J G. Jones andR. M. Jervis, who escorted his Lordship in procession, headed by the band of the 4th Bat- talion South Wales Borderers, to the show ground* in the Vicarage field, where a large marquee had bet n erected by Mr J. E. Thomas, Oswestry. His Lordship, in declaring the show open, expressed his pleasure at being present, and seeing snch a pros- pect of a successful show. A vote of thanks pro- posed by the High Sheriff, and seconded by Mr Thos. Watkin, was cordially given to his Lordship for act- ing as president, and for attending in person to open the show this year again. The Committee, which consisted of the following gentlemen: Messrs Thomas Watkin, chairman, Dr Humphreys, treasurer, Thomas Bowen, Tom Jones, G. Edmunds, J. B. Jones, C. W. Humnhreys, E Dryhnrst Roberts, and the hon sees MrJ. G. Jones, Brynpenarth, and Mr R. M. Jervis, solicitor, aro to be complimented upon their successful efforts to secure a good show, and for providing a varied and attractive programme to keep up the interest of the spectators throughout the day. In addition to the flower show proper, the committee arranged to have sheep dog trials, sheep sheering competition, and a dog show, the former being held in the Tanllan and Neuadd fields, a full view of which was to be had from the show grounds. Signor Somerfield enter- tained the company with his ventriloquial and other performances at intervals during the day, while the splendid brass baud of the 4th Battalion South Wales Borderers discouised sweet musis in another part of the grounds. Lady Powis, accompanied by the Countess of Yarbarough. graced ttie company with her presence, and distributed the cottagers prize to the successful winners at three o'clock. Miss Hilton, Glynhiriaeth, presented the Countess with a magnificent bouquet of flowers. The bhow was well patronized by the leading gentry of the district and immediate neigh- bourhood, and they included Mrs Pryce, and Captain Pryoe, Cyffronyrld, and friends; Mrs Humphreys- Owen and friends, Glansevern; Mr and Mrs Hilton and family, Glynhiriaeth; Mr and Mrs Hounsfield, Gpoogan, Up wards of 1,100 entries ware made for competition. The flower show was far in advance of last year's as regards quality and number, and we understand that the takings were nearly doubled. The centre of the tent was occupied by large flower platforms, the flowers and fruit having been supplied from Powis Castle, Cyffronydd, and Rhiewport. The Judges were as follows:âDogs, Mr C. H. Beck and Mr Joseph Evans; sheep dog trials and sheep shearing, Mr Henry Owen, Mathafarn p mltry and roots, etc., Mr R. Scotson flowers and garden produce, Mr Mactarbane; butter, etc., Mr William Farmer industrials, Mr Thomas Evans, Maesgwyn, and Mr D. Thomas, Glanvirniew. Refreshments were provided by Mrs Tudor, Corner Shop. Private stalls were occupied by Mr Johd Thomas, man- facturer, who exhibited homemade c'oths and flannels, and Mr Thomas Jehu, who exhibited farming and dairy utensils, together with handsome dogcarts made by himself These traps were provided with a new invention for balancing them acoording to the height of the bor3e. The stalls were well patronized And saveral sales were effected. Mr Thomas is the winner of ailiteddfolio prizes as the best maker of Welsh tweeds. The following were the awards CLASS A. For cottagers only. Early Kidney Potatoes-1. John Davies, Dolgoch, 2, Thomas Arthur, tailor 3, Owen Owen, Tyncha. Early Round Potatoesâ1, T Arthur; 2, J Davies, Dolstooh 3, D Astley, 8choolhouse. Early Kidney (any variety)-I, J D Astley 2, J. Astley, senior; 3, D Astley. Early round (any v&rlety)â John Evans, Water- gate 2, P S Poole; 3, D Astley. Spring Onions-1. Thomas Arthur; 2, Joseph Astley; 3, W Bullock, Manafon. Autumn Onions-I, D Astley 2, D Astley. Effebalots-1. William Bollock, Manafon; 2 and 3, R Davies, Tynrhos. TurnipA-I. Thomas Jones, Melingddol; 2, Edward Lewis, Wrenhir; 3, R Pryce, Brynpenarth cottage. Carrots-1. W Bullook; 2, Owen, Llanerfyl; 3, T Proctor, shoemaker. Beetâ1, P S Poole 2, Thomas Arthur; 3, T Proctor. Parsnipsâ1, W Bullock 2, D Astley. LeekJsâ1,. W Bullock 3, D Astley. Cauliflowersâ1, E Lewis, Wernhir 2, Edward Evans, Paryrhiew 3, T Jones, Dolcelynen. White oabbageâ1, D Astley; 2, John Evans, Watergate; S, Edward Jones, Froneithin. Samyâ1, D Astley; 2, J Evans. Red cabbageâ1, W Francis, Tyucha ;^2, D Astley; 3, Edwaid Evans, Parkyrhiw, Broad beansâ1, D Astley 2, J Davies, Dolgoch 3, D Astley. Scarlet runnersâ1, W Bullock; 2, D Astley; 3, Owen Owen, The Foxes, Llarerfyl. Peas-I, D Astley; 2, W Bullock; 3, E Lewis. Celeryâ1, E Phillips, Poplars; 2, P S Poole 3, D Astley. Vegetable marrowsâ1, D Astley; 2, John Tudor, Manafon. Sweet herbs (four varieties)-I, David Astley; J Astley, eenior. Collection of Vegetablesâ1, E Lewis; 2, Mrs Astley. i FRUIT. â il Six plumsâ1, E Lewis; 2, D Astley. Applesâ1 and 2, Mrs Roberts, Firbank 3, Thos, Jones, Dolcelyneu. Gooseberriesâ2, Mrs Jones, Firbank; 3, W Bul. look. FLOWERS. Geraniums in potâ1, John Tudor, Manafon; 2, Catherine Griffith, Watergate; 3, D Astley. Fusebia-2. D Astley 3, J Tudor. Window plantâ1, Mrs Rees, Pool road; 2, P S Poole 3, D Astley. Collection of annualsâ1, W Bulloock; 2, 0 Owen, Tyncha. Assortment of cut flowers-1, W Bullock. CLASS B. For Amateurs. Kidney potatoesâ1, John Thorns, Neuadd Lwyd; 2, Miss Williams, Henllys. Early round potatoesâ1, John Thomas; 2, Alfred, Breeze, Tynypant. Kidney (any variety)â1, Mrs Roberts, Beehive Inn 2, T Bowen, Dolgead Hall. Bound potatoes (any variety)â1, Rev S Reed; 2, Miss Williams. Henllys. Spring onlons-I anc 2, Miss Williams. Autumn onionsâ1, Henry Farr Jones; 2, Rev Jas Thomas, Llanwyddelan. Eschalotsâ1, J G Jones, Brynpenarth; 2, Hugh Davies, Fron. Carrots-I, Miss Williams 2, J Jones, Goat Hotel. Garden tuirnips-1, J G Jones 2, Alfred Breeze. Parsnipsâ1, Miss Williams; 2, Thomas Watkin, Brynmair. Beetrootâ1, Miss Williams; 2, Dr Davies, New Mills. L,3eks-1, Rev James Thomas 2, Miss Williams. Cauliflowers-I, Rev T D James, curate 2, Thos Bowen. White cabbageâ1, Misa Morgan, Beecbgrove; 2, J G Jones. Red cabbageâ1, Rev S Reed; 2, Mrs Lloyd Humphreys. Peas-1, J G Jones 2, Miss Williams. Broad beansâ1, Rev S Reed; 2, T Bowen. D Hart kidney beansâ1, T Bowen; 2, Mrs Story, Stone cottage. Scarlet runnerÃ¸-4, T Bowen; 2, J G Jones. Celery-I, J B Jones 2, J G Jones. Cucumbersâ1, T Watkin. Vegetable marrowâ1, Evan Morris, Red Lion; 2, T Watkin. Collection of sweet herbsâ1, Miss Williams; 2, Mrs Thomas, Bodeinioa. Collection of vegetables (six varieties)â1, J B Jones; 2, Miss Williams. Dessert plume-I, Thomas Evans, Maesgwyn; 2, Miss Thomas, Neuadd Lwyd. Baling plumsâ1, Rev S Reed; 2, Edward An lr-w, Belan. Dessert applesâ1 John Davies, Dolgoch 2, J C Jones, Graig. Baking applesâ1, John Jones, Red House; 2, Ed An irew. Pearsâ1, Alfred Breeze 2, Johurhomus, Neuadd Lwyd. Gooseberriesâ1. Alfred Breeze. Black currantsâ1, J B Jones. B-d currantsâ1, Thomas Evans, Maesgwyn; 2, J B JOUts. Three plants in potsâ1, Mrs C W Humphreys, Tylissa; 2. Mrs Jones. The Taubonse. Window Plact-1, Mrs Story; 2, Mrs Edmunds, Baitk. Six varieties of annualsâ1, Miss Williams 1, Mrs J G Jones. Assortment of cut Sowersâ1, Mrs C W Hum- phreys; 2, Mrs Hugh Davies, Fron. Astersâ1, Miss Wiliiama; 2, Rev S Reed. tt ,ck-I, Mrs J G Jones; 2, Mra C E Humphreys, Monut Einion. Pansies-Mrs C W Humphreys. Cut rosesâ1, Miss Jones, Fir Bank; 2, Miss Williams. Cut dahliasâ1, Mrs T Watkin; 2, W Bullock. Cut carnationsâ1, no name; 2, Mrs Hugh Davies. Maidenhair fernâ1, Mrs T Watkin; 2, Miss Jane Davies, Dulgooh. Begoniaâ1, Mrs Morris, Red Lion; 2, Mrs T D fain- s. Pot fernâ1, Miss Davies, Dolgoch 2, Mrs Story. CLASS C. For gentlemen and other gardeners. Kidney potatoesâ1, Henry Gittina, Golfa; 2, David Jones, Glynhiriaeth. Early round potatoea-I, G Cooke, Cyfrowydd; 2, H Gittins. Kidney potatoes (any variety)â1, G Cooke 2, H Gittins. Round potatoes (any variety)-I, G Cooke; 2, T Bowen. Spring onionsâ1 and 2, G Cooke. Autumn onionsâ1, Mha Williams; 2, G Cooke. Eschalotsâ1, Miss Williams; 2, James Thomas, Eirhnog. Carrots-1, G Cooke; 2. James Thomas. Garden turnips-I, H Gittins; 2, T J Hounsfield Glynoogan. Parsnipsâ1 and 2, G Cooke. Beetrootâ1, David Jones, Glynhiriaeth; 2, H Gittins Leeksâ1, and 2, G Cooke. Cauliflowersâ1, H Gittins; 2, James Thomas. White cabbageâ1, G Cooke; 2, James Thomas. Red cabbageâ1, John Rowlands, Llanfair; 2, H Gittins. Savoy cabbageâ1, G Cooke; 2, James Thomas. Peas-1. G Cooke 2, H Gittins. Broad beansâ1, G Cooke 2, H Gittins. Dwarf kidney beansâ1, James Thomas, 2, T J Hounsfield. Scarlet runnersâ1, G Cooke; 2, T J Hounsfield. Celeryâ1, James Thomas; 2, G Cooke. Cucumbers 11, James Thomas; 2, G Cooke. Vegetable marrowâ1, Henry Gittins; 2, David Jones, Glynhiriaeth. Collection of sweet herbsâ1, William Jones, Mount Hall; 2, G Cooke. Coilection of vegetables (six varieties)â1, G Cooke; 2, James Thomas. Dessert plums-I, H Gittins 2, T J HounsfiAld. Baking plumsâ1, John Jones, Tycoch; 2, G Cooke. Dessert applesâ1, Rev James Thomas, Llanwy- ddlan Rectory; 2, H Gittins. Baking applesâ1, G Cooke; 2, W Thomas, Tany. bryn. Peari-I and 2, James Thomas. Black currantsâ1, G Cooke. Red onrranLs-I. W Jones; 2, G Cooke. Three plants in pots-I, G Cooke 2, W Jones. Window plant-1. H Gittins 2, G Cooke. Six varieties of annualsâ1, H Gittins; 2, G Cooke. Assortment of cut flowers-I, H Gittins, 2, G Cooke. A-iters-1, W Bullook 2, G Cooke. Stocksâ1, H Gittins; 2, G Cooke. Pansies-I, G Cooke. Cat roses-I, James Thomas; 2, W Jones. Cut dahlias (double and singie)-I, G Cooke; 2, W Joies. CLASS D. Honorary Prizes. Six varieties of potatoes (six each)â1, G Cooke; 2, Rev James Thomas. Celery-1. G Cooke. Cucumbersâ1, G Cooke. :Marrows-I, G Cooke. Tomatoesâ1, G Cooke. Collection of vegetables (ten varieties)â1, G Cooke. Dee Bert plumsâ1, H Gittins.; 2, David Roberts, Tynrhoa. Baking plumsâ1, G Cooke. Dessert apples-I, G Cooke. Baking apples-I, G Cooke. Black surrants-1, G Cooke. Red currant3-I, G Cooke. Melonâ1, G Cooke. Collection of fruit (six varieties)-I, G Cooke. Cut Roses-1, G Cooke. Cut Dahlias-I, G Cooke. Four specimen plantsâ1, G Cooke. Two specimen plants-I, G Cooke. One specimen plant-1, G Cooke. Hand bouquetâ1, G Cooke. CLASS E. Open to Farmers, Amateurs, and Cottagers. 3lbs. fresh butterâ1, Mrs Thomas, Meliaygrug; 2. D Thomas, Glanverniew; 3, Mrs Davies, Glyn- hiriaeth. Basket of hen eggsâ1, Mary Jones, Penllwyn; 2, Miss Hughes, Brynglas; 3, Mary Jones. Fat cheeseâ1, Mrs Jepson, Plascolyn. Skim Cheeseâ1, Mrs Jepson; 2, Mrs C W Hum- phreys. CLASS F. Open to Farmers. Basket of farm prodnce-I, Richard Andrew, Cefn Manafon 2, John Thomas, Neuodd Lwyd. White wheatâ1, Mrs Gough, Eithnog; 2, R Jones, Tanllan. White chair wheat-I, 0 Owene, Tyncha: 2nd. R Jones, Neoodd. Red Britannia, wheat-1, R Jones. Penllwyn 2, John Thomas, Neuodd Lwyd. Red straw wheatâ1, Edward Jones, Lawnt; 2, John Richards, Tarhouee. Barleyâ1 and 2, Edward Evans. White oats-I ar d 2, David Jehu, Auctioneer. Black oatsâ1, R Evans, Cwmllwynog; 2, Edward Rees, Cross. Swede turnipsâ1, Mrs Jones. Rhosgall; 2, R Jones, Brynpistall. Common dittoâ1, T. Bowen 2, Edward Andrew. Mangel Wurtzelâ1 and 2, T Bowen. Ox cabbageâ1, Edward Gittius, Cefncoch. LASS G .H tafc. era w .Â¡. Industrial.H (..M'ir Best cultivated and cropped garden (class A)â1, David Astley; 2. Evan Phillips. Ditto (class B)â1, Hugh Davies, Fron; 2, John Lloyd Humphreys. = Honey in combâ1, Rev D Davies, Gartnbeibio; 2, Pryce Astley, Tynllwyn. Run honeyâ1, Rev D Davies; 2, Pryoe Astley. Set of table decorationsâ1, Mrs Story; 2nd, Mrs Jones, Tanhouse. Hand-made walking stickâ1, Edward Humphreys, Glyn 2, John Rowlands, Coach. Set of horse shoes-I, Rowland Owen, Llanfair; 2, W R Davies, Manavon. Home-made preserve (black ourrants)-I, Mrs Story 2, Miss Sarah Davies, High-street. Loaf of breadâ1, Miss Whittington, Dolgoch; 2, Mrs Watkin, Bridge-street. Hand-made flannel shirt (men's)-l, Mrs Mary Astley, Caerwedyn; 2, Mrs G Cooke.: Men's knitted stockingsâ1, Miss Tudor, Manafon; 2, Mrs Mary Jones, Tygwyn. â Child's frockâ1, Mr W Astley, School House. Bouquet of wild flowers-I, Mrs Cooke; 2, Mrs Evans, Parkyrhiw. Pot of pille lard-1. Mrs Thomas, Tanybryn; 2, Mrs Jepson. Best arranged collection of wild flowers-I, Mrs Cooke 2, Mrs Edmunds, Bank. CLASS H. Poultry &c. Couple of Bantams (cockerel and hen)â1, Thomas Astley, butcher 2, Alfred Davies, Tynyfownog. Brabmasâ1, Thomas Watkin, Brynmair 2, Pryce Davies, Glynu -ha. White Dorking-l, John Beddoes, Dwyrhiew. Grey Dorking-l, Mias Williams, Henllys. Gameâ1, Thomas Jones, Doicebynen; 2, Alfred Davies. White Leghornâ1 and 2, T. Watkin. Brown Leghornâ1, Edward Humphreys, Glyn; 2, Richard Pryce, Brynpenarth. Plymouth Rocksâ1 and 2, Mrs Thomas, Bodeinion. Best Couple (any kind)-I, Alfred Davies; 2, Mrs Williams, Henia.rth Gate. Beat Couple dressedâ1, Miss Bowen, Dolgead Hall; 2, Miss Humphreys. Cockbird Canaryâ1, Rev S. Reed. Drake and Duckâ1, Evan Roberts, Brynhwdog; 2, Alfred Davies. Gander and Goose-1, Alfred Davies; 2, Abia Morgan, Rhiwhiriaeth. Turkeysâ1, T. J. Hounsfield. PIGEONS. Couple of Carriersâ1, A. E. Hughes, Wynnstay. Fantails-I, J. G. Jones. Homersâ1 and 2, Eddie Morris, Red Lion. Tumblerll-l, Edward Evans, Parkyrhiew. Tame Rabbits-I, R. Heber Peate. DOGS. Settersâ1, T. Bowen, Jjoigead Hall; 2, Tom Jones, tanner. Spanielsâ1, Thomas Evans, Maesgwyn; 2, Evan Morris, Lion. Sheep Dogs-1, R. Bonall, Welshpool; 2, J. M. Jones, Mathyrafol; 3, Edward Vaughan, Llyason h c, Vaughan, Tymawr. Greyhoundâ1, J. Lloyd, Newtown; 2, William Thomas, Llanfair h c, Mills, Cause Office. Fox Terrierâ1, J. Lloyd, Newtown; 2, T. J. Hounsfield 3, Tom Jones; h c, Dr Thomas and Evan Phillips. Welsh Terrierâ1 and 2, Capt. Pryce, Cyfronydd; h c, Mrs Rees, Henefail. Any varietyâ1, Thomas Henry Vaughan 2, J. Lloyd Humphreys. In the sheap shearing competition out of ten com petitors the prize was awarded to Thomas Roberts, Nautyrhelyg, Llangadfan, shepherd to Mr R. Owen, Cann Office. Sixteen shepherds entered their names for the Sheep Dog Trials Competition. The first and second prizes were divided between Richard Tudor, Cannon, Llanerfyl, and Evan Astley, Glynbach, Llanerfyl The third prize was divided between Thomas Roberts, Nantyrhelyg, and Thomas Watkins, Dolyfardyn, Llanllugan.
NEWTOWN. WAYZGOOSE-âThe wayzgoose of the employes and staff at the Exprett and Times office (over 20 in num- ber) was held on Friday, the 18th inst. Aberystwyth was selected as the happy hunting ground," and the weather being all that could be desired, the attractions of the seaside town proved ample for the complete eojoyment of all. The committee hereby derire to acknowledge the kindness of the gentlemen wh., generously subscribed to the wayzgoose fund. THE ST. AsApu DICOSSAN CONFERENCE.âThe complete programme for the Conference which is to be held at Newtown on September 14 and 15 has now been issued. The preacher at the service on Thurs- day morning will be the Bishop of Derry, and at the general meeting at which Lord Powis will preside in the evening, The Social Work of the Chnrch-Men and Women's share in it, will be discusBt d by Mr J Marshall Dugdal, Principal Owen of Lqmpeter, the Hon. Mrs Buckeley-Owen, Diocesan President of the Mothers' Union, Miss Williams, Diocesan Pre3ident of the Girls Friendly Society, Sir R. A. Cunliffe, Bart, and others- The Rev. T. Jones is added to the list of appointed speakers on the spiritual life in its devo- tional and practical character, on Friday morning. THE TOWN BAND journeyed to Barmouth on Saturday, where they had been specially invited to perform. Excellent arrangements had been made for their comfort in travelling by the oourteous local agent of the Cambrian Railways-Mr Thos. Pryce. Barmouth was reached soon after 8 o'clock, and the town was roused by the playing of a stirring march Breakfast having been disposed of, and time allowed for digestion, a recital of popular and classical music was given on the Marine terrace, to the evident sat- isfaction of visitors and natives, several items being loudly applauded. In the afternoon, another pro- gramme was rendered, to a larger audience, whose appreciation was even more marked than at the previous performance. The plsying of the Band also received high praise from some eminent musicians who are visiting Barmonth. The Band reached home safely by the mail train, highly pleased with their day's out. The arrangements for the visit were made at the kind suggestion of Mr Edmund Buckley (Milford Hall,) and the fund for defraying the necessary expenses was subscribed to by Sir Pryce Prycs-Jones, M.P., Captain Pryce-Jones, Mr Alsopp, Mr Edmund Buckley, Mr Robert Jones (N. & S. W. Bank,) the Rector of Barmouth, Major Best, Mr Ellis Jones Griffith and Mr W. H. B. Swift. SCHOOL BOARD.âThe usual monthly mec-t n r of the Newtown and Llanllwchaiarn School Board was held in the New Church-street school on Monday evening. Mr William Cooke (chairman) presided, and there were also present Messrs A. Ford and J. Humphreys, with Mr Fred R. Lloyd (deputy-clerk). A letter was read from Mr G. H. Bell, applying for the use of the schoolroom for band practice, and the Board decided to grant him permission on the usual terms.âA letter was also read from Messrs Saer and Wall, stating that they were desirous of starting evening classes to benefit the boys and youths of the town, which would save them from occupying their time in other useless pursuits. They thought that one large school would be more efficient and popular than two classes, so the writers had agreed to work together instead of keeping up two classes. They would either except a fixed salary as remuneration, or the fees and grant.âThe members thought the subject needed consideration, and it was decided to adjourn the matter till the next meeting of the Board.âRequisitions were received from Messrs Griffiths and Saer and the Misses M. and S. Dolgarno, and were referred to Mr Willian Cooke.-Cheques were signed for salaries, and in favour of Mr D. Pryce and the Public Loan Board.
NEWTOWN & LLANLLWCHAIARN I.0C4.L BOARD. ADJOURNED MEETING. FRIDAY. -Present: Captain E. Pryce-Jones (chair- man), Messrs W. Francis, C. Morgan, Edward Jones, Evan Ashton, and Mr. G. H. Ellison, with Mr W. Cooke (clerk) and Mr R. W. Davies (surveyor). THE GREEN BROOK. The agreement between Miss Sarah Brisco and the Local Board was read by the chairman, with regard to carrying the water course from the Green Brook through the Newtown Hall Estate to the River Severn. After a brief discussion it was resolved on the motion of Mr G. H. Ellison aeoonded by Mr FranciB that the agreement as read be approved, subject to a provision being made therein for the Board to enter upon the lands at any time they deem it advisable, either to repair or inspect the water course that it be referred to Mr Cornelius Morgan, Mr Edward Jones and the clerk to aee Mr Powell,solicitor,to the afore said provision being inser- tedalso when the alteration ia made,that the chairman and ia hereby authorized to affix tbe common aeal of tbe Board to the agreement".âThe remainder of the bunium WM deferred.
WELSHPOOL. CHORAL. On Friday evening last, at tLe Council Chamber, Town Hall, the representatives of the United and Powis Choirs met to take into considera- tion the desirability of amalgamating bcth choirs. Among those present were the Rev T. Rowson, in the chair, Mr T. M. Price, Mr E. R. Hughes, Mr Robert Owen, Mr Frank H. Shayler, Mr J. Whittal, Mr A. Gardiner, Mr J. Humphreys, Mr D. P. Jones, Mr S. Price, Mr C. Williams, â- Quilliam, etc. The mem- bers of the Powis Choir were strongly in favour of amalgamation, but the representatives of the older choir objected to this form, but heartily invited the Powis Choir to join with them. One reason assigned was that their committee being elected annually in May could not until then. be altered. We are given to understand that each choir will remain as at pre- sent, and practices will commence shortly for coming concerts. SERIOUS TRAP AcCIDENT.-On Monday about mid-day a serious accident took place in Waterloo, Salop-road. Mr John Jones of Manor House, Pool Q.ay' accompanied by Mr Lodge of Northampton, was driving home in a gig. Near the Grapes Inn be was overtaken by Mr and Mrs Breeze, and Mr Breeze jun., of Birchill, Halfway House, ",ho were in a light cart, the horse attached to which took fright and dashed forward at a rapid rate. Before Mr Jones could make way for them to pass the wheel of the last trap overtook that of the first and both conveyances were overturned and the five occu- pants pitched out. Mr Jones was bruised on the arm and cut on the hand by the fall, and Mr Lodge escaped with a severe shaking. Their horse turned back for the town and trotted up for the Pheasant Inn, where his career was checked by the trap becom- ing entangled in some carts at the side of the road. The occupants of the other trap were not so fortu- nate. Mr Breeze, jun., was pitched on his head, and received a nasty wound on the side of hIS temple. His father held to the reins and was dragged along the road for some distance, but escaped with a shak- ing. Mrs Breeze fell with great force on the ruad, and was taken to Mrs Humphrey's grocer and confec- tioner, High-street. Drs. Gill and Marston were quickly in attendance, and it was found that her left thigh was broken, and that she was badly crushed on the back and wrist, and had received a xerious wound' on the side of the head. She is progressing as satis- faotorily as can be expected. ART CLASSES.âThe following are the results of the examinations for 1893: 3 a.âModel drawing (Elementary Stage;âJohn, Timothy B. 2nd class; Humphreys, Mary E. 2nd class. One candidate fail- ed.â2 b.âFreehand Drawing (Elementary Stage)â Anderson, F. E. 2nd class; Wilkinson, W, R. 2nd Humphreys, Mary E. 2nd class. Four candidates failed.-5 b.âDrawing in Light and Shade (Elemen- tary Stage) -Payne, William 2ud class. Two candid- ates failed.-3 b.âFreehand Drawing (Advanced Stage)âPryne, William 2nd cllis. Two candidates failed.âScience.âSubject I.âPractical flane and Solid Geometry.âSection I.-Bishop, Walter, pass Grioe, Wilred, pass.âSubject XXIV.-Principlen of Agriculture.âExternal Students.âWilliams, T. W. Elamentary itage pass Payne, W. Advanced Stage 1st class, Moore, Joseph Advanced S age 1st class Baker James, Advanced Stage 2nd class Grice Wil- fred Elementary Stage, pass.
TEBQYNON. RESTORATION OF THE CHURCH.âOn Friday evening, the 18th inst, a meeting was held in the Schoolroom to consider what steps should be taken to carry on the restoration of the parish church which Lord Sudeley had commenced, but which, owiiati to circumstances arising, which is deeply and widely deplored, his loidship is unable to complete. The Rev. W Vaughau Jones, Rector, occupied the chair, and read the notice conveying the meeting, and called upon Mr W. S. Owen, Cefngwifad, iuto whose hands the work had hitherto been entrusted, tc report as to the state of the funds. It was shown that about .Â£700 had already been expended, and that about J Â£ 450 more was lequirad to finish the contemplated restora- tion and wnich must be raised by subscription. It was unanimously resolved that au appeal be made by means of circulars to the friends of the church, and that local collectors be appointed to oanvass the parish for subscriptions, and that the work of restor- i ig the church be proceeded with forthwith. A com- mittee was appointed, consisting of the Keotor, churchwardens. Messrs. W. Scott-Owen, Richard Jones, and Wiilinm Gittins, and a small committee to superintend the work, consisting of Messrs W. Scott-Owen, Richard Jones and Henry Corfield. The Rector was appointed Secretary, and Mr W. S. Owen, Treasurer. The following suais were promised in the room. Rev W. Vaughan Jones, i220, Mr W. Soo t-Owen, X20, Mr William Gittina, Hafodtalog XIO, Mr William Corfield Â£ 9, and Mr B. H. Pbiliips .Â£3, and in case cash should be required for payments before the subscriptions come in, Mr William Gittina o offered to lend .Â£100 free of interest and Mr W. Cor- field and B. H. Phillips (chui chwirdens) offered to go joint security for Xioo, if necessary. It ia hoped that the appeal for fnnds to complete the much needed work of restoriug this ancieut parish church (which dates from probably the 13ch century) will meet with a generous response.
CRICKET. LLANIDLOES v. MONTGOMERY. This match was played at Llanidloes on Wednes- day. Montgomery. A Eaton, o C Davies b E D Davies. 8 H R Harrison, c G Thomas b Kinsey. 26 A Robinson, N Kinsey 16' T S Davies, b ED Davies 1 J Yearaley, c N. Kinsey b C Davies. 21 C B Williams, c C Davies b N Kinsey 3 E Jones, b E D Davies 1 J E Williams, not out 9 Marden, C L Mills b N Kinsey 3 A Lucas, b E D Davies 0 H Lewis, b N Kinsey 0 Byea 8 96 Llanidloes. G Thomas, c J Williams b A Eaton. 5 C Davies, I b w, b AEaton. 11 Tom Jenkins, b A Eaton 0 Charlie Edwards, b H R E Harrison 8 J F Jones, b A Eaton 3 N Kinsey, o E Williams b A Eaton. 0 Richard Davies, b A Eaton 0 Tom Kinsey, b H R E Harrison 2 Llew Mills, c Harrison b A Eaton. 5 H R Pearson, not out 4 E D Davies, c S Davies b A Eaton. 0 Byes 6 44 NEWTOWN v. GUILSFIELD. This match was played on Saturday last on the, Newtown Ground. The visiting team batted well,, and secured an easy win. Scores â Guilsfield. H R Harrison, c Edwards b P Jones 23 J H Yearsley, c P W Jones b Toby. 25 A Robinson, b Richards 33 H Mayrick, b Tom Jones 1 J Hart, c Breese b Tom Jones 5 R W Williams, c and b Toby. 1 L Jones, run out 0 H Mytton, b Richards 24 F Howarth, not out 15 N Mytton, c Soley b Richards 4 Watkin, b Wood 1 Extras 15 147 Newtown. W R Wood, b Harrison 8 Hugh Lewis, c Mayrick b Hart. 1 Wm. Jones, b Harris 1 F R Hall, o Howarth b Hart 18 W F Richards, c Mytton b Hart 0 A Taylor, b Harrison 8 Alf. Edwards, c and b Hart 0 H E Breese, b Hart 0 A Toby, b Hart 0 P W Jones, b Hart 4 Tom Jones, not out 2 Extrrs 3 â 45
SHREWSBURY CORN MARKET, SATURDAYâAl- though harvest in the district is now practically finished, the supply of new graIn upon our markets during the past week has been very small. There seems to be a general determination on the part of Farmers to avoid thrashing more wheat than they are obliged to at the present ruinous prices. A few lots of thrashed barley have been offered, but Malsters have not yet commenced to bay. As far as we have gone we notice a great variation in quality. Oats have continued to come out in good condition. Flour has been extremely dull. Offalo have moved freely, and Millers are behind with their deliveries. Our market here to-day was thinly attended. Very little wheat was offered, and last week's prices were repeated.âQuotations.âOld white wheat 49 Od to 4 2d per 75tbs; new white wheat 3s lOd to 48 Od per 751bs; old red wheat 3a lOd to 4a Od per 751bs; new red wheat 3s 10 to 4s Od per 751bs; old oats 16s 6d to 18s 6d per 2251bs; new oats 13a Od to 14a Od per 2251bs old peas 15s Od to 168 Od per 2251bs old beans 15s 6d to 16s 6d per 2401ba.- W. L. Browne and Co's Circular, Printed and Published by JOliN PHILLIPS (Fron- Terrace, LlanUwahadarn), and WILLIAM PUGK PHILLIPS (19, Broad-street, Newtown), at SL mam's Printing Works, Old Church-street, N<w. tore.