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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.

SORTH AND SOUTH WALES BANK.

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Ch. To COKKKSPONDKNTS. C»)IWUM«'W I'or t'r. :f J <j)bwmri shculd be addreysed to the Edito-r. nod J triust be tVTt tfeti upon one *'id& of the paper on • They should in all cases be accompanied by the name and nddres or" the sender. not Kit.y u-r publication but as a guarantee of good (nith. LLANERFYL PARISH COUNCIL. To the Editor of the COUNTY TIMES. Sir,-I believe it would be but justice OIl the part of the Chairman of this Council to explain how and m what way the Council spends the parish money. I think it is a matter or great iroponance to the puolic to know how their contributions are dealt witu. In fact we know that public money is at times spent wilfully. In the first instance what reason is there for some two or three persons collecting together, and spending three or four hours at a time in a room well wfirmed np with fire and light simply for the sake of haviug a chat, ? Yes, I say at the expense of the ratepayers. This P.C. wants the ratepayers to believe that they have done much lately in the wav of repairing and re- moving footpaths. I should like to know if the Council was within their jurisdiction when they were so acting. Perhaps the Chairman for the time being wili kindly let the ratepayers of Llaner- fyl know through the medium of your valuable journai something about the changing the site of the footpath on Ffridd-y-Drum, also on whose ground they had the stones to repair the road from Diosg to Penyrwttra. Also 1 ask is there anv justi- fication for spending the public money on work that is not lawful. Who, I ask the chairman, gave the Council authority to change the site of the path on Fridd-y-Drum. OLD FARMER, -————.

TO THE WORKING PARTY FOR THEj…

THE GIRL WHO WAS A QUEEN.

LLANGURIG.

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