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NorrES BY THE WAY.

WELSHPOOL.

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WELSHPOOL. TOWN COUNCIL.—A full report of the meeting of this body will be found on 3rd page. D. JONES & Sox's Indian and Ceylon Tea, at 2s. per lb. is absolutely pure, therefore best.—Noted Home Cured Ham and Bacon Stores, High Street. [Advt.] MUFFLED PEALS.—On Tuesday evening, and during the funeral ceremony on Wednesday, muffled peals were rung on the bells of St. Mary's Church as a tribute of sincere respect to the memory of the late Col. Harrison. ROYAL VISIT CHOIR.—Practices are now being held in the Town Hall preparatory to the event on the 25th inst. The accommodation at the railway station being so limited, peremptory orders have been given by the railway authorities that the choir must not exceed 200. This limit has now been reached. 4TH BATT. SOUTH WALES BORDERERS. On Wednesday the regiment returned from the Beacon firing camp at Brecon, in order to complete the remainder of their training at Welshpool. Owing to their attendance at the funeral of the late Col. Harrison, it was necessary for them to leave the camp at 6-45 a.m., Laving a march of 4 miles to accomplish before reaching Brecon. Having arrived at Montgomery after a three hours journey they proceeded with the funeral cortege to Forden. At the conclusion they journeyed by train to Welshpool, which tl.ey reached about 3 p.m., after an arduous day's work, without any appearance of fatigue. At the camp last evening the following choice selection of music was performed by the band, under the conductorship of Mr Fred Owen March. Landolt," Seelmann; waltz, Lingering Memories," Minnie Sladen; selection," Boulevardia," Williams cornet solo, Don Pasquale," Donizetti; intermezze," Starlight," Bonheur fantasia, Gems of Cambria," Ron-rcl j God Save the Queen."

MONTGOMERYSHIRE YEOMANRY CAVALRY.

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LLANDINAM.

GARTHMYL.

CHURCHSTOKE.