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CAMPAIGN AGAINST CONSUMPTION…

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LLANFYLLIN.

CARNO.

LLANDINAM.I

MACHYNLLETH.

Boy Scouts in Montgomeryshire.

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For one night only, Saturday next, Miss Inez Howard's Company (under the direc- tion of Mr Henry Chattell) will produce in the Public Hall the new romantic play, The Prince and the Beggar Maid," one of Walter Howard's latest successes, direct from the Lyceum Theatre, London. Mr Henry Chattell's name and his company are par excellence and far above the aver- age. The Prince and the Beggar Maid" is well staged, and the scenery and effects magnificent. The play is produced ex- actly as when played before Her Majesty Queen Alexandra. The leading part, Princess Monica," is entrusted to Miss Ethel Savill, an actress of great ability, and a well-known favourite in the pro- vinces. Miss Savill is most ably supported by Mr Chas. A. Baker as P*nce Olaf," and other parts are well sustained by a company of clever artistes. Our readers should take the opportunity of witnessing this attractive play, and secure their seats early at Phillips' Music Salon.

NEWTOW.N.

--WELSHPOOL.

LLANIDLOES.

The Chirbury Robbery.