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CONTENTS OF INNER PAGES.

THE SITUATION AT THE FRONT.

. NOTES BY THE WAY.

5 YEOMANRY AND VOLUNTEER NOTES.

. WELSHPOOL.

BERRIEW.

BISHOP'S CASTLE.

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BISHOP'S CASTLE. COGNTY PETTY SESSIONS, Friday week.—Before Messrs H G Botfield, F W Plowden, and A H S\kes.— Wm Groves, Norbury, charged with keep- ins: a dog without a liceuce was fined 713 6d and costs. P.C. Roberts proved the case.—John Jame- son, Wentnor, postman, was charged with allowing his dog to be at large without a muzzle or collar was fined 2s 6d and costs, P.C. Roberts proved the case.—George Edwards, The Bridges, innkeeper, charged with selling spirits to a boy under 16 years was dismissed, the magistrates cautioning him to be more careful in the conduct, of his business.— David Jarman, Vollerton, farmer, was charged by Mr Barns, supervisor, with using a trap without a licence and fined 15s and costs.—Herbert Lewis and Pryce Lewis, Clun, were charged with ob- structing the highway at Newcastle and fined 5! and costs each.—Thomas Marsh, Clunton, hawker, was charged by Hd Ball, gamekeeper, with game trespass, and fined 6d and costs.

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MONTGOMERY

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MACHYNLLETH.

LLANFYLLIN.

--EVERY WEAK MAN

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