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ABERYSTWYTH.

THE ROYAL VISIT TO ABERYSTWYTH.

DOWNIE'S BEQUEST COMMITTEE.

BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

ABERDOVEY.

OSWESTRY.

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-+- RELEASE OF THE REFORM LEADERS. A telegram from Pretoria to the London office of the Diggers' Xeics states that the lines of the four prisoners have been paid, and they have been re- leased. Messrs Lionel Phillips, George Farrar, and J. Hays Hammond have signed a document to abgtaiii-fro-ni taking any part in politics in the Transvaal in future, and the enforcement of banishment has been suspended in their case so long as they keep their word. Colonel Rhodes has refused to sign the document, and he is banished for life. Mr Barnato wont to Pretoria goal with a cheque for £50,000 to pay the fines of Col. Rhodes and Mr Hammond, but was informed that payment had already been arranged for. Another telegram to the Diggers News from Johannesburg says news of the release of the reform leaders was received there with the utmost rejoicing. The members of the Stock Exchange sent a telegram to President Kruger, heartily thanking him and the Executive Council for their further act of clemency.

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i., MACHYNLLETH.

LLANIDLOES.

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