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ABERMULE.

MONTGOMERY.

CAERSWS.

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LLANFYLLIN.

MACHYNLLETH.

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MACHYNLLETH. MACHYNLLETH V. NEWTOWN.—Our Machynlleth correspondent writes :-The report of the above match is wrongly reported in your paper. The result ought to have been a (Iraw-83 each. SPECIAL PETTY SESSIONS.—On Aug. 6th, before Lord Henry Vane Tempest.-D?-unkegt?tess Emily Hill, a tramping woman with two children, hailing from Manchester, was charged by P.S. Hamer with being drunk on the previous night in Maengwyn- street. She was discharged on promising to leave the town at on co.- Vagrancy James Clark, a tramp, hailing from Manchester, was charged by P.C. Arthur Owen with begging in Maengwyn-street on the 6th inst. Sentenced to 14 days' imprisonment. DEATH OV Ma JAMES CAMPBELL.—We regret to announce the death of the above gentleman, which took place on Saturday week. The deceased was the proprietor of the Unicorn and Wynnstay Hotel, and was greatly respected. The funeral, which was a public one, took place on Tuesday last, when there was a large number present. The procession was in the following order :—Members of Oddfellows, of which deceased wa.s a member clergy coffin; uioiirner,, and the public. The coffin, which was of best English oik, was supplied by Messrs Edwards, builders, and Mr John Lewis, Londonderry House, was the undertaker. The Rev. J. J. Davies officiated at the house, and Canon Trevor at the church and at the grave. As they were leaving the church Mr. J. R. Phillips played the Dead March in baut on the organ. BOARD OF GUARDIANS,—WEDNESDAY Present Mr Edward Hughes, Aberffrydlan, chairman, Mr D. Evans, Gwern lago, and Mr John Rees, Yhys, vice-chairmen, Messrs John Rowlands, Machynlleth, Rev Thomas Griffiths, Forge, Richard Owen, Fawlyn, John Owen, Penllvn, Ellis Hughes, Cemmaes, and Humphrey Jones, Towyn, Mr David Evans, clerk, aud MrD. Morgan, assistant clerk. STATISTICS. Out-relief administered during the past fortnight Machynlleth district per Mr John Jones, X22 4s. 4d to 92 paupers Pennal district per Mr William Jones, .£26 9s. Od. to 99 paupers, and Darowen district per Mr Daniel Howell, .£47 2s. 8d. to 172 paspers. Number in the house, 37; last year, corresponding period, 36. ViLgrants relieved during the past fortnight 70 as compared with 23 during the corresponding- period of last year. MASTER'S REPORT. The Master (Mr John Jones) submitted his report in which he stated that Miss Davies, of Dolgaradog, on behalf of tbe children of the Biaeny-pant School, presented the children of the workhouse with a Ecrap book of pictures, especially prepared by them, as well as some periodicals. As directed by the Committee of the last meeting lie visited the Aber- vetwith Workhouse stone breaking cells for the purpose of obtaining dimensions of grating, the cost &c., and he submitted a sketch of same and also a letter he had received respecting its cost. On Monday, being Bank Holiday, the Matron took the liberty of taking all the children and several of the inmates who had not been outside the gatei- for some years for a country outing. They thoroughly enjoyed themselves. j ASSESSMENT. It was agreed, on the proposition of M.. Richard Owen, to order the payment of the Clerk's salary as Clerk to the Assessment Committee for the", past year. year. PETTY SESSIONS,—WEDNESDAY. -1 1" Before Major J. J. Bonsall, Galtyllan Lord Henry Vane Tempest, Plas; Joseph Evans, Esq., Frony- gog Thomas W. Bonsall, Esq., Morben; and li. M. Hawkes, Esq., Dolcorsllwyn. Non-Maintenance.—Richard Wood, assistant at the Army and Navy Stores, London, was ordered to pay Is. weekly towards the support of one of his parents who was chargeable to the common fund of the Machynlleth Union. Drunk and Disorderly.- William Holt, Machynlleth, was charged with having been drunk and disorderly at Machynlleth on the 2nd July.—P.S. Hamer proved the case, stating that the defendant was fighting.- The defendar t said he was not drunk. He had only had five glasses of beer.—The bench inflicted a fine of 10s. including costs. Exl)t:osives.-Licences to register premises to store explosives were granted to the following: David Evan, Druggist, Cemmaes; J. Hushes, shopkeeper, Commius Goch; Jeremiah Williams, quarry owner, Ceinws, R.S.O., Richard Jones & Co.. ironmongers, Machynlleth; and Edward Rees, chemist, Machyn- lleth. Licensing. —The Bench appointed the 7tli September as the annual licensing meeting, and the 28th September for the consideration of the jury lists.

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