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THE MAYORAL PROGRAMME.

A GENERAL ELECTION AT HAND.

WELSHPOOL COUNCIL MEETINGS.

THE HIGHWAY FATALITY.

--THE HARVEST IN WALES.

COUNCILLOR ROGERS AND THE…

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COUNCILLOR ROGERS AND THE EXPRESS.' In his old age, Councillor W. A. Rogers, of Welshpool, has developed an attitude of quite surprising ingratitude towards the Express,' than which no other journal has given him so much attention. At times the grand old financier," as one of his hench- men has christened him, may have consid- ered that attention just a trifle trying, and lately he, no doubt, winced a good deal under its persistent exposure of his reac- tionary public conduct. The feeling of sore- ness has not worn off, and so at Wednes- day's meeting of the Corporation he stood up in solitary opposition to the interests of the 'Express.' Any other paper might receive the Corporation advertisements, but he barred the Newtown paper." Poor Mr Rogers! Such small-mindedness does not befit the partriarchal father of fiiiance. The personal character of his objection was too transparent to his colleagues, who sim- ply ignored it. When men carry vindic- tiveness into their public positions, their time of usefulness is fully up.

YOUTH IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE.

AN UNFAIR EXCEPTION.

LLANBRYNMAIR.

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Injustice to Llanmerewig.

Careers For County School…

Llanfyllin Mayoral Election.

The Welshpool Election.

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SEEN AND HEARD.

NEWTOWN SESSIONS.