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OSWESTRY.

ELLESMERE.

LLANFYLLIN.

PARLIAMENTARY.

THE CENTRAL WELSH EDUCATION…

!CO RllESPU S i)jJ'NCE.

------+--.-----LITERARY ITEMS.

-_.-BISHOP'S CASTLE.

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Sir M. VV. Ridley, speaking at the dinrje:1- < f tit., National Union of Conservative and Co, Associations on Wednesday night, said ti c uouatrr felt that there was safety in bavins.' a U--InniZ G, ,1, *•' 'llttSL; OA era ment m poAver. They heard ramon^ «f divisions in the Cabinet, but he assured them* th-- Ministers Avere absolutely united in the poVK-v u T Avish to pursue. Unionists were in office t o errors of the past, to maintain the, infc^rir 1°. Empire, and to resist spoliation of i„te f- purposes of a form of log-rolling tha;. w common a few years a'•o. "J f-r>° The monthly roeetiinr 0f th;- C-.i-r- dists of West Merioneth was ;1V«**»•- Blaenau Festiaioar, on Mond 'v j" the chair. f„ tho ™ Jong discuss,on on the inflr,,™ '• 5 e was :i ..th, "S". •ibSl! was passed, on the motion J 'V requesting young men to T)avld JoDe8' resolved toaslc the Fost,W ,tnc™ Jt,was bye-laws by which they S)T'JConuc,! ances as occurred S Pr*vent snch <hst*vb- SunHav. when a o- ,<1WT! t:.c previon* ^I'i'ivei! in t he morning a»d another left m the afternoon.