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ABERYSTWYTH.

BORTH.

IMACHYNLLETH.

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I MACHYNLLETH. RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.—Mr Ed. Pritchard, vice-chairman, presided over the nsual meeting of the Rural District Council held at the Workhouse on Wednesday, our report of which is unavoidably crowded out. THE ROYAL VISIT TO ABERYSTWYTH.—So far as can be ascertained the procession on the 26th June will be as follows :—Mayor and Town Council, county, College, and University representatives, the Prince of Wales as Chancellor of the University, the suite, the Marchioness (D.) of Londonderry and guests. THE ANNUAL SHOW.—A meeting of the General Committee was held in the Vane Hall on Wednes- day, when Mr Joseph Evans presided, and there were also present Messrs R C Amvyl, G W Griffiths, Edmund Gillart, N B Owen, Richard Gil! 't (hon sec), John Rowlands (hon treasurer), Ellis Hughes, John Jones, Edward Hughes, Edward Pritchard, Owen Griifith Owen, Edward Hees, Dr A. O. Davies, Messrs T Carruthers, R Jones (Glanmerin), E Jones D J Davies, Ryder, R Edwards, aud J Lowis (Dolguog).—Mr Richard Gillart said that at the last meeting they were good enough to ask him to act as hon secretary. He was not. then in a position t) give a uecided answer, but he was now abie to say that he was perfectly prepared to carry on the work (hear, hear). At the request of the Chairman he was asked to convey a vote of thanks to the Marchioness (D) of Londonderry for the use cf the ground, and she desired him to say that were quite welcome to have it again for this year (her, hear). He had informed Lord Henry that ho had been elected president of the show, and he was obliged for the honour done to him. As to the date of the show he had written to her ladyship, aud she had replied that she should like the show held during the week beginning August 31st.-It was decided on the casting vote of the Chairman to hold the show on Thursday, September 3rd, but in the event of a show being held on that day and likely to clash with it, that the day be changed to Septem- ber 4th.-The election of last committee was agreed to, with the exception of those who had left the neighbourhood, and there were also added to the list the names of Messrs David Lewis (Morben- mawr), J C Griffiths, Slithery (Talgarth), Evan Jones (Cynferth), His Hughes, and J Davies (Glyndwr).—Air Anwyl rose to suggest that cer- tain alterations should be made in the list of prizes giving the bona-fide farmers special privileges, and instead of money prizes that medals should be offered to those exhibitors who were not bona-fide farmers.—On the proposition cf Mr N. B. Owen it was decided to leave the list the same as last year in this respect, but during the afternoon several I additional prizes were added, including prizes for the best pair of agricultural horses, tieezesof Welsh wool (for which the Cuuirman offered a special prize).

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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