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BUTCHERS' HIDE, SKIN AND WOOL

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HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

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Property Sale at Newtown.

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Crime in Montgomeryshire.

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'IInjustice to Llanmerewig.

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Injustice to Llanmerewig. To THE EDITOR OF THE EXPRESS." Sir,—I wish Mr Richard Jones had dealt with what I said, and less with what I think. I did not say anything in regard to the building of Cefnycoed School, nor did I say about being a manager of Dolforwyn School. Now Mr Jones says there are five children attending Cefnycoed School from Llanme- rewig. When a ld in the £ was put on the 4 above parish he did not know if there were any children going to attend Cefnycoed School from Llanmerewig or not (unless they were canvassed beforehand). Besides, if parents think fit to send their children to a school which is further away and a worse road, it is no business of ours. We have a school for them. I saw the announcement in the paper inviting all interested to attend a meeting at Kerry (but no leaflet), but did not think for a moment that it would touch Llanmerewig. Therefore I was not inter- ested, and did not attend. Now, sir, there are a few questions I should like to ask Mr Jones. Why was the Parish Meeting of Llan- merewig not asked to consider the matter in the same way as the Parish Councils of Llandyssil and Kerry were r ked by the County Council ? We have h ird a great deal about popular control. Wi.y was Llan- merewig not asked to appoint a manager ? Or join with Llandyssil and Kerry when they appointed managers ? So you see I am protesting against paying extra rates to a school which we (Llanmerewig) can do without, but if we are bound to pay we ought to have a manager to represent us. I may add it is my misfortune not my fault if I am slow.—Yours faithfully. Nov. 23rd, 1910. J. G. MILLEB.