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FOOTBALL NOTES.

FRIENDLY MATCHES.

SHROPSHIRE MAYORS' CHARITY…

THE WELSH SENIOR CUP.

WELSH FOOTBALL COUNCIL.

WELSHPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB.

GALLANT ACT OF BRAVERY BY…

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SERIOUS ASSAULT ON A SERVANT.

FORDEN BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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FORDEN BOARD OF GUARDIANS. WEDNESDAY. Present Mr E R James (vice-chairman), pre- siding, Mr A C Humphreys-Owen, M.P., Rev J Sawer, Messrs F Roper, J Piyce Jones, F Langford. E Davies, J Whittaker, 1) Gittins and Thomas Hotchkiss, with the clerk Mr C S Pryce. THE REPRESENTATION OF WELSFLPOOL. Mr Roper said that at the last meeting he brought forward a question respecting the repre- sentation of Welshpool for poor law purposes. The Chairman then thought the matter of such importance that notice of motion was imperative. There was such a small attendance of members, however, on the present occasion that he should prefer to further adjourn his proposition to the next Board, the Cl-i-k in the meantime to look up the legal aspects of the case. They would request the County Council to make the necessary alter- I ations to effect the division of the parish of Welshpool into four wards for Guardian as for Municipal purposes. He had been informed that the County Council had the power to comply with his motion.—The Clerk remarked that there Ws no doubt of the County Council having the power to make the necessary alterations.—The Chairman hoped that, before the matter came before the i'.ofird, the, Welshpool Town Council would exoress their opinion on the matter.—The motion was then deterred to the next meeting. GIFTS FOR THE INMATES. The Master (Mr Dowries), reported the receiot of rhe following presents for the inmates :—Miss Howell, Rhiewport: Half pound of cake for each person, two ounces of tobacco for each smoker, quarter pound of tea and one pound of sugar for every woman and non-smoker, and sweets for the children. Mrs Salter, Welshpool: 14 pairs of woollen^ cuffs. Miss Wilding, Montgomery, and Mrs H Smith, Welshpool Magazines and papers. —The various donors were thanked for their kindness.

SORTH AND SOUTH WALES BANK.

Ch.

TO THE WORKING PARTY FOR THEj…

THE GIRL WHO WAS A QUEEN.

LLANGURIG.

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