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CONTENTS OF INNER PAGES.

THE COMING SESSION,

NOTES BY THE WAY.

YEOMANRY AND VOLUNTEER NOTES.

ABERYSTWYTH.

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A WOMAN…

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' LLANFYLLIN.

CORRIS.

MONTGOMERY.

LLAN FAIR.

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LLAN FAIR. GOOD TEMPLARY.-(-)ri Friday evening last the a,dult members of the Willard." Memorial Lodge were invitod to a supper which was kindly given by Lady Edward St Alaur at the Board School. After supper, games, &-c., were induiged in and a very pleasant evening was spent. A hearty vote of thanks to her ladyship for her generosity was proposed by Mr N.D. T Watkin, seconded bv Mr Edward Jones, Welshpool. Thanks were alBo given to the ladies who had rendered valuable help. In reply Lady Edward St Maur expressed the pleasure it gave her to be present at such a gathering, and promised the members that it should not be the first and last. ENTERTAINMENT.—A verv excellent entertain- ment was given by Sign;r Bosco and Son, on Thursday evening, at the National School, before ac appreciative audience. The Professor kept the audience in roars of laughter at his marvellously ciever and amusing performance. U NITED KINGDOM ALLIANCE TEMPERANCE ASSO- U NITED KINGDOM ALLIANCE TEMPERANCE ASSO- CIATION.—A meeting in connection with the above was held on Tuesdav evening, when a stirring address was given by MrR Williams (ApPleuydd). The chair was occupied bv the Rev T N Roberts, and there wt-rc also present the Rers E Griffiths and M J Jones, ach of whom delivered eloquent speeches. The Rev M J Jones proposed a hearty vote of thanks t", Mr Williams, which was seconded by Mr N D Watkin and heartily carried. A col- lection was made at the close towards the Llanfair Branch of the British Women's Temperance Society. THK LATE MRS LLOYD HUMPHREYS.—We record with regret the decease of Mrs Humphrevs of Cambrian iJouse, which took place on the 17th inst., after a very short illness. Mrs Humphreys was one of Llanfair's oldest inhabitants and was highly respected and belov,d. Her death will be a great loss to very many other than her relatives. 1 he funerai took plaoe°H Saturday last and was conducted by the Revs T N Roberts and Owen. pmhf.aVe CVere, exf]'iisite wreaths from members of the fami v t J dI1Q friends to whom the sincerest sympaUiy is extended.

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