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NEW WELLS.

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Hands Across the Sea.

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LLANIDLOES.

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LLANIDLOES. [For other Llanidloes News see Page 8.] ACCIDENT ON THE LiNE.-On Thursday the evening mail train, which is due at Llanidloes at 7-46, was forty minutes late, owing to two waggons of coal at Pantydwr having got off the metals. A relief mail was sent from Llanidloes for the passengers, luggage, and the mails, and returned at about half-past eight. "WHY THIS THUSNESS"?—This expressive query heads the letter of A Women Voter," who remarks" It seems to me very selfish of the men to seize upon all the vacant seats at the Council. Surely when women have a voice in municipal government and are entitled to sit at the Council it would be but fair to allot them one or two places. What do you think ? We think it is not so much a question of masculine selfish- ness as feminine indifference. Why did not the women of Llanidloes put forward a candidate from among themselves ? Local government offers a useful field for their energies and abilities, but evidently it does not appeal to them, however much we hear of their desire for political enfran- chisement. Only twelve women, we notice, came forward as candidates in all the cities and boroughs of England last week.

MONTGOMERY.

CRIPPEN TO BE HANGED.

Unclean School Children.

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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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