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London Letter.

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University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. A report of last Wednesday's football match, Aber- ystwyth College v Lampeter, will be found in another column. The Short Course students held their usual meeting on Monday, with Mr D. D. Williams in the chair. The subject of debate was Whether agri- cultural shows confer any benefit on farmers in general." A paper was read on the affirmative by Mr Poysar, of Staffordshire, and on the negative by Mr Roberts, of Merioneth. Mr Poysar maintained that they conferred a great benefit upon farmers as they were the means of comparison, advertisement and gave a stimulus to emulation that they hod been the cause of much improvement in all kin-.Is of stock in the last few years. Mr Roberts said that as a ride all stock exhibited were in too good a condition to breed, and too costly; and that only the well-to-do could exhibit successfully. The following members also spoke :—For Messrs D. Gwyn Antony, S. H. Anthony, E. Williams, F Lees. Tudor Lewis, W. J. Roberts, W. L. Williams, J. Lawt«.n inst: Messrs Pugh Jones, J. H. Evans, J. Beynon, E. Peacock, J. Jones. John Ellis, J. Bennett, t. Davies The vote went in favour of the shows.

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