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ABERYSTWYTH.

BORTH.

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BORTH. THE SEASON.—The lodging houses have had a fairlv busy time of late, many visitors staying in the town. The golf links are a great attraction and are well patronised. WORKSHOP ox FIRE.—On Saturday a fire broke out in the workshop of Mr. John Ellis, shoemaker, but fortunately the fire was put out before much mischief was done to the place. PRIMKOSI: LEAGUE.—The annual meeting of the Borth Habitation of the Primrose League was heid in the Assembly Rooms, Borth, on Friday, May 29th, and was largely attended by the members, who enjoyed an excellent tea given by Mrs. Francis, of Wallog, the ruling councillor, and Mrs. f ielden, assisted by Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Rees, of Tynparc, Miss Ashley, and other friends of the Habitation. The chair was taken at seven o'clock by Mr. Francis, who, after re-electing the officers for the following year and speaking for a short time in English, in troduced Mr. D. Morgan James, who, in a Welsh address, explained the progress of the League and the valuable work done through its means at the last election. He spoke on the Education Bill, the Agricultural Rating Bill, and other measures before Parliament. An interesting lecture with lantern views of South Africa, by Rev. F. W. Meynell, concluded a very pleasant evening, a vote of thanks being passed on the proposal of Rev. Evans (the Vicar).

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LLANBR YNM AIR.

LLANIDLOES.

LLANWNOG.

NEWTOWN.

MONTGOMERY.

BISHOP'S CASTLE.

GUILSFIELD.

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CORRESPONDENCE.

MACHYNLLETH PARISH VESTRY.

ME. HUMPH RE YS-OWEN AND THE…

WELSH INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION

OSWESTRY.

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