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I THE WAR.

THE ATTACK ON T -T i

METKUEN'S WOUKDED CHARGER.!

.A TERRIBLE STORY. j

BOERS ILL-TREATED.

DEPARTURE OF OSWESTRY VOLUNTEERS.

WHAT KHAMA IS DOING. j

^^ IWELSHPOOL TOWN COUNCIL.

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I MONTGOMERY I PRIZE DISTRIBUTION.

LLAADYSSIL.I

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LLAADYSSIL. Cor,NTT WAR 11 nd. I he Llandyssil Committee held its third meeting on Friday last. Mr Herbert D Owen, of Fronfraith Hall, presided, and there j were nlso preseut The Rector, the Rev J P Mor- ? gan, Messrs W Brumwell, A Withers, B Withers, J Edwards, C Lewis, J R Morris, Edw Lewis, Ernest Lewis, and J G Wroughton. The Chairman reported that he had banked X14 12s Id, received on Dec 29th. At the present meeting the following sums were handed in Church collection, £ 1 13s 5d children of Llano., ssil school, 13s 6d proceeds of patriotic concert, £ 7 Oa 6d Mr Lewis, second instalment, 4s 6d Messrs Brumwell and Withers' book, £ 1 js 6d total, £ 10 los od. This brings up the total so far to £ 25 7s bd. The children's con- tribution was particularly well received, and Master Ernest Lewis, who made the presentation, was requested by the chairman to convey the thanks of the committee to his fellow scholars. A Missing Max.—The greatest sympathy is felt in the parish with Mr and Mi s Corfieid, of the Rosaa, Their son Alfred, aged 29, who was married in May. 1898, and went to live at Farndon, Chester, suddenly disappeared from his home on the nighr, of I;c)r 30th last. He wore very little clothing, and took no watch and very little money with him. His mauaer had been strange for a week previous, but no motive can be ascertaind for his rash action. The river Deehns been dragged, and the police have made every effort to trace him, but without avail. His parents and young wife are naturallv greatly distressed at im disappearance. He was a univer- sal favourite and scrupulously honest.

LLANBRYNMAIR. 1

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.A TERRIBLE STORY. j