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ABERYSTWYTH.

THE ROYAL VISIT TO ABERYSTWYTH.

DOWNIE'S BEQUEST COMMITTEE.

BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

ABERDOVEY.

OSWESTRY.

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i., MACHYNLLETH.

LLANIDLOES.

CORRESPONDENCE.

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0 LLANGADFAN PARISH COUNCIL ELECTION To the Editor of the COUNTY TIMES AND POST- SIR,—I notice that a correspondent ia Oswestry contemporary, in his report of the election, states that the Liberals polled 570 an1» Conservatives 512 votes, and that the ave^-8 number of votes per candidate was 63'3 and respectively. As a matter of fact the polled 580 votes and had an average per can"1 » of 64'6. He might have followed up his avera^6rgj with the following Liberals, 580 votes, 7 me ^e, average per member, 83; Conservatives, 512 2 members average per member, 256 The electors who voted had in the aggregate 1,215 y° Qf but only 1,092 were recorded, leaving. the spoiled papers, 114 unrecorded votes those who actually voted, enough to maten affect the result of the election. If the nutnbe^^ candidates returned was in proportion to number of votes given to each party then majority on the Council would be the fraction Radical. Of course this has nothing to do the result of the election, but it appears to the relative representative value of a Consd reo to a Radical. In this instance, from votes b6 corded and candidates elected, it appears to about three to one.—Yours truly, PEIBI* +

MACHYNLLETH CHURCH AFFAIRS;

LLAND RINIO. ^

MONTGOMERY. , ,fL

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