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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.

LLANFYLLIN.

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LLANFYLLIN. INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION.—A meeting of the local Governors was held in the Town Hali yester- day, when the following were present:—Mr J Marshall Dugdale (chairman), the Rev T Jones (vice-chairman), Messrs E Watkin:, Wm Jones, and J P Williams; with Mr T H W Watkins (from the Clerk's Office).-A letter wan read from Lord Rendel thauking the Governors for expressing a wish that he should open d,, new schools. It would give him sincere pleasure to visit Llaufvllin and to see his friends there under such happy auspices, but he should eeriainl-v not be able to oome at the time suggested. He did not think he could visit Montgomeryshire until THE summer, and so he must forego the honour and pleasure which the Governors contemplated.—The matter was left in the hands of the chairman aod the clerk.—ON the motion of the Rev T Jones seconded bv Mr iuiam Jones, it was agreed that £ 5 {be DEVULED^ towards increasing the assistant master's salarv.-lt was decided to offer the temporary school building for sale by auction, an:: a committee was appointed to make arrangements, and to fix the rr serve price.

--EVERY WEAK MAN

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