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NEW WELLS.

BERRIEW.

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BERRIEW. PETTY SESSIONS, Saturday.—Before Captain Johnes and Captain Corbett-Winder, George Blockley, farmer, Berriew, was charged by P.C. Lewis for keeping a carriage without a licence.- Fined 8s, including costs.-David Austin, labourer, was charged by P.C. Lewis with being drunk and disorderly in Brriew Village on the 13th October. Fined 3s and 78 costs.—Robert Morris, Arthur Morris and Thomas Davies, of Maesbury, Salop, timber hauliers, was charged by P.C. Lewis with not having a light attached to their timber car- riages at 7-50 p.m. on the 22nd of September. They were each fined 3s and 7s costs.—Rd. Evans, of Tregynon, was charged by P. C. Davies, Tre- gynon, with carrying a gun without a license. Fined 10s and costs.

LLANFAIR-CAEREINION.

Hands Across the Sea.

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LLANIDLOES.

MONTGOMERY.

CRIPPEN TO BE HANGED.

Unclean School Children.

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IMACHYNLLETH.

A Sad Affair. --

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LETTERS TO THE EBITOB.

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THE "EXPRESS" AND THE NATIONAL…

" Welsh National."

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