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LLANFYLLIN. THE CIIARGF. uF CSIEALINO COAL AT LLANSAXT- KFRAID.—William Stokes, who was charged last Tuesday with having stolen some coal from the wharf t Llansautffraid on the previous Sunday, and who pleaded guilty, was yesterday (Friday) brought up on remand before Messrs C. R. Jones and John Lomax. In reply to the Bench prisoner stated that he was 15 years of age. The Bench, taking the age of prisoner into consideration, bound him to come up for judgment when called upon. DEATH OF MR. MAURICE JOXES.—Mr Maurice Lewis Jones died on Sunday at his residence at Llwyn Onn, Llanfyllin. Mr Jones, who had reached the advanced age of 70, had for many months suffered from an affection of the heart. He was one of the oldest inhabitants of the town, and, with the exception of a period of two years, he spent all his life in Lle borough. He was a justice of the peace, and was also the oldest surviving member of the Congregational Church, to which he was admitted 50 years ago. WHITTINGTON. T IE PARISH CHURCH.—There were three celebra- tions of the Holy Communion at the Parish Church on Whit-Sunday, at seven, eight (choral) and eleven, the Rector Rev H. Holbeach being celebrant at each. At morning service the processional hymn was Holy Spirit, come in might," the service being choral, the rector intoning and preaching. At evening service when there was a large con- gregation, the service was again choral, and pro- cessional and recessional hymns were sung. Mr. Hugh Horn ably presided at the organ. RUMMAGE SALE.—A successful rummage sale was held in the Schoolroom, on Saturday, in aid of the School funds. The articles consisted of useful and ornamental articles and the ladies in charge of the stalls did a good business. The following presided at the stalls:—The Misses Woods, Miss Wheeler, Miss Morris, T-ittle Fernhill; Miss Morris, The GPove; Miss Gellicoe, Mrs Peate, Miss Davaes, Miss Carrigan, Miss Phillips, Mrs A Anderson, Miss R Charles, Miss W Scriven, Mrs H Hales, Rev R F Markham, Mr Harris, and Mrs Grindley. Mrs Moss, Mrs Phillips and Miss F Hales presided over the refreshment stall. LLANGADFAN. THE PARISH COUNCIL ELECTION will take place on Saturday next, the 6th day of June. It is to ba hoped that all the electors of the parish will go to the poll, and by their votes show their disapproval of the unjust treatment which the whole parish received at the hands of the chairman, and take the management of parish affairs out of the hands of persons who have over and over again proved them- selves utterly incompetent.

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