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TO CORRESPONDENTS, &c. We shall deem it a favour at all times to receive short notices of any local occurrences at which we may not happen to be present. Having to go to press early on Thursday night, our readers will oblige by forwarding their communications as early as pos- sible, and advertisements must be received notlater than Twelve o'clock on Thursday noon. Our Bardic Editor at present is the Rev. J. H. Hughes, The Manse, Cefn, near Ruabon. The bards will, therefore, send their productions to his address. We cannot undertake to return rejected communica- tions, or take notice of anonymous communications. Whatever is intended for insertion must be authen- ticated by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Press Telegrams can be transmitted under the new postal regulations from any Postal Telegraph Office to the Advertiser office, Llangollen, at the rate of 75 words.for one shilling. Telegrams so sent must be addressed to The Editor," and not to any person by name. They must contain news only, and nothing in the form of a personal message. We shall feel obliged if correspondents will, at our expense, avail themselves of this medium to transmit any late items of news. In consequence of the increasing demand upon our space, we beg to say that, for the future, in report- ing Meetings and Entertainments, we shall give the preference to the most concise reports. Letters to the Editor ought to be in hand as early as possible in the week, and we cannot guarantee the insertion of any lengthy correspondence if received later than Tuesday morning. VERY often do we hear complaints from our subscribers in various parts of the principality of the non- delivery of their papers. We can assure them that we post them every week in due time. We shall thank our friends to drop us a post card at once when they do not receive their papers on Friday -morning. A VISITOR.-As you have not entrusted us with your name and address, we cannot insert your letter about the Fredericks' entertainment on Monday evening last. CATHOLIC.—Your production is not suitable to our journal. A VISITOR complains about the scarcity of rustic seats in the unsurpassed neighbourhood of this town. R. M. D.-Your letter was too late for this week's paper.


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