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! THE TITHE AGITATION. I

A PLEASANT REXr AUDIT.

iTWENTY-ECVK PER CENT. IiEDUC!TION…

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IMONTGOM RHYS HIRE.

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IMONTGOM RHYS HIRE. At Machynlleth on Tuesday the farmers decided to apply for 20 per cent. remission of the tithes now due. At Lianegryn the farmers have sent in a memorial to the tithe-o.wners soliciting a remis- sion of lr» per cent, cn thp tithe rent-charge. In their memorial the farmers state that they are impelled to make this application in consequence of the low prices current for stock and grain of all qualities. The tithe agitation is rapidly spreading in Montgomeryshire. At a meeting held at. Meifod, at which Arch- deacon Thomas, the vicar, and Captain Mytton, the late Conservative candidate for the county, were present, it was resolved to apply to the tithe-owners for a reduction and to discuss their reply at. an adjourned meeting. A" Cernmaes a farmers' union has been formed, and ir has been decided to stand out for a reduc- tion of 10 per cent.

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LLANEGRYN.

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