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THE YEOMANRY AT CHURCH.|

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THE LATE REV. J. E. HILL.

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MACHYNLLETH NOTES.

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CHURCHSTOKE,

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CHURCHSTOKE, FIRK. — A destructive fire broke out on Wednes- day afternoon in the stack yard at Brompton Hall, the residence of Mr W C Barrs. The alarm was at once given and the fire engines from Montgomery and Bishop's Castle were soon on the spot. The fire had, however, obtained a firm hold of a Dutch barn and it< contents, consisting chiefly of grain and stra w, and little could be done by the brigades except to prevent, the fire spreading to the adjacent farm buildings. This they succeeded in doing through the efforts of Mr T H George, ex-captain of the Montgomery Fire Brigade, Mr Bowen, Bacheldre Mill, and others. The property and produce, is we understand fully insured, and the damage amounts to several hundred pounds. The cause of the fire is not known. The Montgomery Brigade were not off duty until late on Thursday ahCI"DOOl1. ♦-

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PREACHERS FOR TO-MORROW,

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