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Hands Across the Sea.

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MONTGOMERY.

CRIPPEN TO BE HANGED.

Unclean School Children.

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MACHYNLLETH. GUY FAWKES.—Bonfires were lit and firework displays were in evidence in the town and district on Saturday evening. GOLF.-A competition took place on Saturday amongst the members, the winner being Mr C. L. Jones-Evans. LECTURE.—On Monday evening at the Graig Chapel, Rev. T. Peris Williams, delivered an in- structive lecture entitled "leuan Glan Geirionydd," under the auspices of the Graig Young People Society, and the arrangements were in the hands of Mr T. R. Morgan, J.P. WESLKYISM."—The annual preaching meetings in connection with the Wesleyan Church were held on Wednesday evening and throughout Thursday. Revs Tecwyn Evans, B.A. and Roger Jones, B.A., preached to large congregations. SOIREE.-Under the auspices of the Wesley Guild, an enjoyable soiree was held on Thursday, at the Tabernacle schoolroom. An interesting programme was listened to by a large attendance A similar soiree was held at Maengwyn school- room in connection with the Maengwyn Literary Society. SCOUTS.—A meeting of the committee was le7id at the Drill Hall on Friday evenicg, when Chief Scout Master Sadleir and Mr John Lumley were elected delegates to' attend the Scout Council today Monday, when means will be devised whereby the movement may be popularised in the County.

A Sad Affair. --

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LETTERS TO THE EBITOB.

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THE "EXPRESS" AND THE NATIONAL…

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