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FOOTBALL NOTES.

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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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TO THE WORKING PARTY FOR THEj…

THE GIRL WHO WAS A QUEEN.

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LLANGURIG. PARISH CHURCH.—Owing to the indisposition of the Vicar, who is laid up with an attack of bron- chitis, the services were held last Sunday in the Church House. Air Ctiiircii vva,i-deci "ea(i tiie service morning and oveuing and sermons were delivered by Mr Robert Jarrnan. Glanbidno, who is a student at Ystradwoirig School. The services were well attended and tho qualified preacher ac- quitted himself well. FOR OUR SOLDIERS. — About a dozen helmets have been made by Mrs Hughes and Chorl- tou, The Vicarage, and forwarded to the proper quarter. Mr J R Pryse, jan., Pautdrain, who has volunteered and joined the County Yeomanry, was the lecipient of a helmet and a substantial com- forter, woven with wool cf the orthodox colour and we trust he will acquit himself nobly. He carries with him the hearty good wishes of a wide cirole of friends. THE LONDON WATER -The report of the Royal Commission just receivbd will be plea. sant reading to the majority of the inhabitants of this parish, who dreaded the prospects of seeinc our lovely viiluge transformed into a huge resei" voir. A few others, however, would welcome the -n" adopticu of the scheme. Tije COnitnissioners' re- port has been anxiously waited for many months. As the Commissioners appear to have set their faces against the scheme for procuring an adequate supply of water from Wales on the ground of ex. pense, the parishioners will doubtless breU-he freely once again. Bat all fears will not have been dissipated until the London County Council, Water Bill will be finally disposed of in Parlia- ment.

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