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ABERYSTWYTH.

BORTH.

IMACHYNLLETH.

LLANBR YNM AIR.

LLANIDLOES.

LLANWNOG.

NEWTOWN.

MONTGOMERY.

BISHOP'S CASTLE.

GUILSFIELD.

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CORRESPONDENCE.

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CORRESPONDENCE. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. To CORRESPONDENTS. CommumcatiovS for this column should be addressed to the Editor, and inust be upon one side of the papei- only They should in all cases be accompanied by the name and address of the sender, not necessarily for puoLication but as a guarantee of good faith. PREMIUMS FOR HORSE SHOEING AT AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. To the Editor of the COUNTY TIMES AND POST. I SIR,—I would wish to make oncc more a sugges- tion which I have often made before during the last few years, with respect to certain premiums to be offered at agricultural shows It seems to me that most interesting competitions might be secured by the offer of premiums for the shoeing of horses. The establishment of these prmiums, to be judged by thoroughly impartial gentlemen of known experience in these matters, could not fail to lead to very beneficial results, and would, I think, be likely to conduce to the general practice of more scientific shoeing than exists in most of our forges at present. We have, however, blacksmiths who might be far from ashamed to show their working in public, and from whose exhibitions other less finished black- smiths might take some useful lessons. The premiums should, of course, be varied, some for the shoeing of cart and draught horses, others for hunters, roadsters, &c., Sec. I am confident this suggestion is a good one, which ought to be put into practice. All that is required is that the right men of influence in such matters should take it up.—I am, &c., GFORGE. W. F. ROBBINS. Oerley Hall, Oswestry, June 1st, 1896. —— -+ ——

MACHYNLLETH PARISH VESTRY.

ME. HUMPH RE YS-OWEN AND THE…

WELSH INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION

OSWESTRY.

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