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THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER -5, 1879.—SEVENTEENTH…

MINERA.

OVERTON.

RUABON.

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TUESDAY.

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IRON AND COAL.I I

AGRICULTURE.

CONDENSED LIST OF THE QUESTIONS.

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GERMANY.

TURKEY.

AMERICA.

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iINLA^r> L*:TTi3TlS.

LIMIT TO SIZE OF LETTERS,…

I INLAND BOOK AND CIRCULAR…

POST CARDS. []

INLAND NEWSPAPERS ! j

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INLAND NEWSPAPERS j RATES OF POSTAGE ON REGISTERED NEWS- J PAPERS. I X On each newspaper, whether posted singly or in a packet. ] one halfpenny; but a packet containing two or more regis- ( tered newspapers is not chargeable with a higher rate of postage than that chargeable on a book packet of the same weight, viz., one halfpenny for every two ounces, or fraction of that weight The following rules must be observed:— 1. The postage must be prepaid either by an adhesive j etainp, or by the use of a stamped wrapper. 2. No newspaper can be sent throusrh the post a seeoud l time for the original postage for each transmission a fre-h postage must be prepaid, except that in the case of redirection £ the amount chargeable may be collected on delivery. c 3. Every newspaper must be posted either without a cover (in which case it must not be fastened, whether by means of í gum, water, sealing-wax. postage stamp, or otherwise), or in ] a,cover entirely open at both ends, so as to admit of easy re moval for examination. If this rule be infringed, the news- paper is treated as a letter. | 4. Every newspaper must be so folded as to admit of the title being readily inspected. 5. A newspaper which has any letter, or any coiumunici- < tion of the nature of a letter, written in it or upon its cover i will be charged as an unpaid or insufficiently paid letter. • 6. A newspaper posted singly, or apacket of newspapers which contains any enclosure except the supplement or sup- J plements belonging to it, will be charged as a letter, unless the enclosure he such as might be sent at the book rate of postage, and the entire packet be sufficiently prepaid as a & book packet, in which case it is allowed to pass. j 1. A newspaper posted unpaid, or a packet of newspapers f posted either unpaid or insufficiently paid, will be treated as an unpaid or insufficiently paid book packet of the same weight.

NEWSPAPERS FOR ABROAD. ! 1

TELEGRAMS.

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COIIX AVERAGES.

CAj. XXjE.

GENERAL PRODUCE.

MISCELLANEOUS.

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WREXHAM.

BANGOR ISYCOED.

CHESTER.

OSWESTRY.

PONTBLYDDYN.

RHYL.

f WYNNSTAY. N

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FRIDAY.

The Army.

Petitions for Liquidation…