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5 THE WAR. 6*___

BULLEIL AGAIN CROSSES TUGELA.

THE BOER VERSION.

LIVELY EXPERIENCE FOR !FIGHTING…

GATACRE ATTACKED BY THE BOERS.

HEWS FROM THE TRANSVAAL.

THE SITUATION IN NATAL.

BOER PRISONERS ATTEMPT TO…

A LETTER EROIvl THE FRONT.

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MONTGOMERYSHIRE IMPERIAL YEOMANRY.

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-$- voviHisroded> a a. TO CXDKXTS. ((:r'f; V¡:ti#i. for thlf be addrc.-sed toLhe .Editor, and must b ■trriJ'e i npon ens fide- of 'he vorsor only. Thvy pfiottfc? in all cases be accompnm'ed bv the 'n O?;1"! ((1"1.,1 addrw of thf sender, not neceszarily "('f ^ubi.tVtthVsv. but. a>- n ynnritrr'ee 0( r;t,:)d faith. TilT; r.OYFjY BRIDGE1.. To the Editor of the. Cot:;riY Ti&kp. SIR,—1 very avatefui to Mr Re«•»$>. for calling t he at tonUoti of the Montgomeryshire Count y Coun- cil at their last macting to the urgert need of measures being taken to prevent the Dovey floods from cutting off all communication between the counties of Montgomery and Merioneth, over Dovey Bridge, and I am sure that hundreds uf people on both sides of the river will feel equally grateful and if Mr Eees succeeds in his efforts, we shall certainly want to erect a monument to 1118 honour on Dovey Bridge to testify our gratitude. I wae astonished to read in the report of the vneet- inc that the chairman Did not think it would be I); any use to refer the question to the Snrvoyor, nor to a committee of enquiry Why not? Unfor- tunately for the public, the chairman's leasons for that very derided opiniou are not stated, so we can- not judge of its f.Ouodnef.s. The County of Montgomery Fa", very properly a la*, ire sum in facilitating traffic over the river a few m'les higher up, and the principle is the esms in this cr:-e. — Wo went the è,;onnc!1 toerisuve communication over Dov.*v Bridge not onhr dltriv roost weeks in the ieir as is the cae now, but daring every day in the year. 1 think it deplorable having regard to the oppor- tunities of progress afforded by tliu) constitution cf County CÜIlJleih, and with an active Urban District Council at Machynlleth, that the miserabit- and i re- qrwnt inconvenience has not long ago been remedied. The- cost would be iiisigmtic-rat compared with the public convenionce which would be afforded us it could be accomplished by merely widening the present ra'sed footpath by about four feet, then all vehicles conld pass along through all floods and in one place there is ample width to allow of their passing if necessary. I shall feel obliged, Sir. if yon will kindly publish this letter and I hope with your permission some other of yonr readers will give their opinion as to he best means of at least reducing the inconven- ience which is now so 0ft'-li suffered bv a uody of the publio,—I am, Sir, Your Obedient Ser- van t, Llogwy. R C AXWTL.

—« BADMINTON TOURNAMENT. '

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FORDEN BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

FORDEN 11 U R k L DISTRICT

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PARLIAMENTARY.

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BERRIEW.

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