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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.

CHIRBURY.

MONTGOMERY

NEWTOWN.

MACHYNLLETH.

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MACHYNLLETH. THE agents for the sale of the COU-ITT Timxs are Messrs T Parsons Sons. Buroombe House, and Messrs W H Smith & Son, Railway Bookstall. THE LORD BISHOP.—The Lord Bishop of Baagor is expected to take up his residence at Panteidol Hall, his country seat, next week. PLAS HARRIERS. The harriers met at Pant- perthog on Tuesday. Considering the bad weather the hunt was a good one. THE LioN HOTEL- — Mr Edward Jones has left the Lion Hotel for Chirk. The new proprietors, Mr and MI s Knight, have taken possession. To-DAY' TEAM.-In their match wit b tbe B.W. W., Newtown, the following playprs will represent Maebynllejh :-Goal, W Williams; backs, 0 Morris and W EVAI.S; half-backs, Lloyd Roberts. R Hum- phreys, and Edwards; forwerds, J Edwards, E Owen, R Humphreys, T Williams, and J 0 H It. MEDICAL.—In the pass list of the London Uni- versity we are glad to find, he name of Miss Delia Davies, daughter of Mr Hugh Davies, chemist, Machynlleth, and late student at the U.C.W., Aber- ystwyth, A# having PASSED the Preliminary Science Examination (London M B.). The subjects were: Physics, biology, and chemistry. THE CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL. The annual election (by ballot) of the Church Sunday School Committee did not take place this year. The majority of the school were in favour of leaving the committee for 1899 in power again this year. Mrs Edwards (Oakville), Miss Williams (Skinners' Arms), and Mr J Edwards (Evans and Gillart) were added to this oommittee because they had attended regularly last year. The three new members of the committee are also faithful teachers. PLAS Fox HOUNDS.—Met at Gellrlydan on Monday when there were present amongst others Major Bonsall, Dr A G Davies, Mr R Gillart, Mr Jones, (stonemason), and a large field on foot. All the covers were drawn blank until Tyndhir was reached when there was a find, and the chase led over to Cynffyrch, Caedn, Hafodgareg, from here on to Troed-y-rhiw Farm, and away in the direction ef Gwarthgwynion. The fox was going in grand style right up the Llyfnant coming back at a rattliul- pace to Tyndhir. At Caedu the fox went to ground, but bolted away from the terrier, and after a rnn :of 40 minutes was killed in the open. The leading hounds during the day were Gipsy Comrade," and Solitude." ENTERTAINMENT.— On Wednescav evening Mr Hugh Davies presided over an entertainment at the Maengwyn Schoolroom under the anspice6 of the North WTales Women's Temperance Union. Magic lantern views were displayed by Miss Edwards and Miss PUgil illustrating Tennyson's "EnocéJ Arden and the story, The Shadow of a Sin." The views were explained by Miss Rees and Miss Meredith. Songs were given by Miss Mary Lumley and Miss Frances Lewis.

LLANFYLLIN.

--EVERY WEAK MAN

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