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Borough Member and the Czar.

The County Member's Third…




JNEWTOWN. HARRY JONES, 5, Kerry-road, Wholesale and Retail Confectioner, Tobacconist, and Fruiterer. COAL AND LimE.-If yeu want good quality Coal at reasonable prices, either in truck or cart loads, or in cwt. sacks, try JOHN SMOUT, No. 13, Canal Wharf, Newtown. r Advt. MR. T. MALDWYN PRICE, R.A.M., visits Newtown on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Lessons given in Singing, Pianoforte, Violin, and 'Cello. He may be seen at Mr Fvan Bebb's, Broad- street, or Salop-road, Welsbpool. PARENTS PLEASE NOTE.-A, pure sweet gives not only pleasure, but also nourishment to grow- ing children. All the ingredients used in making Ann Taylor's Everton Toffee are pure and whole- some. It is as nourishing as it is delicious. IF You have a bad cough and a good shilling you can part company with both by purchasing a bottle of Owen's Cough Elixir, a never failing remedy. Prepared and sold only by F. J. Nash, M.P.S., Chemist, Broad-street, Newtown.—Advt. F. J. NASH, M.P.S., Chemist, Optician, 48 Broad-street, Newtown, attends from 8-30 a.m. until 7 p.m. daily at the above address, and will test your sight free of charge. Eyeglasses and spectacles of every description kept in stock. Oculist prescriptions a speciality.-Advt. HOUSE FURNISHINGS.—When you are about to furnish, call at E. H. MORGAN'S Furniture Ware- house, Long Bridge. The largest premises and largest stock in the county. Well-made, and guaranteed goods, all goods at lowest prices, and carriage paid. See the new sanitary mattress. Agent°for Goss & Doulton china [ADVT. HATS FOR HOLIDAY WEAR.—A Splendid Selection of Straw and Linen Hats in the Newest Shapes. Children's Washing Hats and Overalls at very Moderate Prices-Misses GOODWIN, 7, Market- street.-Advt. i BRIGHT SUNNY WEATHER.-This is what we are looking forward to. When it comes, we shall need lighter clothing. It is well to know that at London House, there is a large stock of Men s and Boy's Straw and Linen Hats, Alpaca Jackets, Washing Blouses, and Cool Underwear suitable for hot weather. HEARD IN THE STREET.—Old boy: "Well, there is one thing as I do like about this ere Budget, it ketches the rich at every blessed corrler." THE HAY HARVEST.—Harvesting operations are being carried on briskly, and some farmers have been successful in housing the entire crop, despite the somewhat uupropitious weather. The yield on the whole is scarcely an average. The outlook for the corn crops is more satisfactory, b.ut sun- shine is needed to enable the heads to fill and ripen. OBITUARY.- Recently there passed away at Park-street an old inhabitant, in the person of Mr Thomas Owen, at one time a flannel manufac- turer. For several years he WAS connected with the Cambrian Mills at Newtown, after which he left for Llanidioes, and returned latterly to work for Morgan Bros., wool merchants. Deceased was a sturdy Radical, and throughout his life was highly respected. SERGEANT Major Wallingford has been again very successful at Bisley. During the week he took third place in the Roupell Cup, making 94 out of the possible 100, and taking ai64 prize. In the revolver competition he was second, making r»/?n OQCl --A- 4r I- "n. tH"'no£U" U;:1 UUIJ Ul UlU\Io UfoJv"5 XIX LJUO D W cop stake he was one of the eight competitors to make the possible at 200 yards with seven shots. In the revolver deliberate (unlimited) six shots at 20 yard, he made 41 out of 42 points. A HARMONIOUS OUTING.-On Thursday, hun- dreds spent a happy day by the seaside at Aberystwyth, the occasion being the annual outing in connection with the Wesleyan, Congre- gational, and the Primitive Methodist Sunday Schcols. There was the usual preliminary to all good feeling in the shape of two substantial repasts, and the remainder of the time was spent by the trippers as fancy dictated, a large number patronising the skating ring. The arrangements were in the capable, hands of Messrs. C. Taylor, R. Goodwin, and T. Beddoes. CYCLE CARNIVAL.—At a meeting of the Carnival Committee, it was decided to hold the annual Carnival on September 11th, commencing with a comic football match in the afternoon, illuminated torchlight parade in the evening and a fancy dress ball on the following Monday, Sept. 13th. The proceeds will ba distributed between the Montgomeryshire Infirmary and the District Nursing Association, and it is trusted that in order that the funds may benefit to the fullest extent this date will be kept open by the promoters of various attractions in the vicinity. THE NEW INFIRMARY.—The illustrated appeal on behalf of the new building of the Montgomery- shire Infirmary will be issued in a few days, and will afford interesting particulars regarding the origin and history of the present building, and'the work the institution has accomplished. This pub- lication should have a good effect in inducing large numbers to subscribe to the funds. The committee have pleasure in acknowledging a dona- tion of .£25 from the chairman of the building committee, Mr W. Scott-Owen. PERSONAL.—The following is an extract from the Methodist Churchman" published in Cape Town: "Considerable interest was shown in the wedding of the Rev F. T. Jones, [nephew of Mr J. H. Jones, The Cross, Newtown, and now of Engcobo] and Miss Emma Taylor, of Oldham, Lan- cashire, which took place in the Woodstock Welseyan Church, Capetown, a large number of people having gathered for the occasion. The officiating ministers were the Revs J. J. Davies and J. McAllister. After the ceremony a reception was held at Lincoln Villa," Sea Point. Many good wishes go with the Rev and Mrs Jones to their new home a Engcobo. IN connection with the recent Co-operative Children's Festival there was a beautifully-deco- rated lurry of C.W.S. productions, which was greatly admired. There were prizes also offered for the best collection of wild flowers and deco- rated banners. About twenty entered the former section, and the following were successful in taking premier honours: 1, Dorrie Owen, 2s 6d; 2, Lily Jones, 2s; 3, Elsie Hibbert, Is 6d; 4. Lizzie T"J__L_=_ í"rII'7'n Hamer, lR; special prizes, jueaLnuo May Griffiths, Dora Davies, Stella Pugh, Ada Morris, and a little girl from Caersws. Banners: 1, Bernard Kelsall, 23 6d; 2, Thomas Beddow, 2s. The adjudicators were Misses Rhodes, C. Edwards, Anna Bell Owen, Messrs Jas. Wall, Lane Griffiths, and J E. Roberts. Mrs Hinchliffe and Mrs Jack- son awarded the prizes in needlework, spoon and boot polishing competitions. Treasurer D. Morgan cheerfully emptied his purse.





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