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OSWESTRY.

ELLESMERE.

LLANFYLLIN.

PARLIAMENTARY.

THE CENTRAL WELSH EDUCATION…

!CO RllESPU S i)jJ'NCE.

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CO RllESPU S i)jJ'NCE. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. To CORRESPONDENTS. — Communications for this column should be addressed to the Editor, and must he written vpon one side of the paper only They should in all cases be accompanied by the name and address of the sender, not nicemrily for publication but as a guarantee of good faith. L L AN SAN T F FR AID PARISH COUNCIL. To the Editor cf the COrXTY TIMES AND POST. SIR,- I read in in your contemporary an account of the Llansantffraid (Pool) Parish Council meet- ing held last Monday, and in my opinion I think there is an example set forth to other Parish Coun- cils. In many cases I find parish councillors very bigoted. Whenever a member resigns, the strongebt party on the Council appoints the new membel from their own ranks. However, Llansantffraid (Pool) parish councillors have reversed that policy. Mr. H. Jones (who was a Conservative in politics) having resigned, the Liberals, who are in the majority, have not taken advantage of their strength to propose a Liberal, but have appointed another Conservative (Mr. J. Evans, clothier) as Mr. Jones's successor. This, in my humble opinion, is the state of things which should be carried out in every parish council.—I am. etc., VYRKIEW.

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