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THE POWYS pnOVIN OIAL EISTEDDFOD…

"WELSH WATER FOR WALES."

IA PRA YER FOR LANDLORDS.

IN PARLIAMENT.

GUILSFIELD V. WELSHPOOL (A)…

ALARMING COLLIERY ACCIDENT…

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SCALDED TO DEATH NEAR BISHOP'S…

DEATH OF PREBENDARY WALTERS.…

THE REGISTRARSHIP OF ST. ASAPH…

HOTEL THIEVES IN NORTH WALES.

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MOCHDRE.

LLANGURIG.

MONTGOMERY.

TREFEG-LWYS.

LL AN DIN AM.

KNIGHTON.I

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KNIGHTON. At a meeting of the Council of the Shropshire and West Midland Agricultural Society. held at Shrews- bury on Saturday, IVIr W. E M Hulton-Harrop in the chair, the Secretary (Mr A. Mautell) reported that there was a loss of £ 14j upnn tbA three d ys, show of this Yfar, which W>ii\ be,d at Welshpool on June 29th and 30th and July 1st. The Council de- cided to hold the show next year at Knighton, Radnorshire, on June 28th, 29th, and 30th. NEW POST OFFICE.—A new post office, which will be of great service to the neighbouring district, was opened on Monday at Llanbister. DAIRY CLASSES —The classes in connection with the Radnorshire County Council, uuder the tuition of Miss Gouldstone, which commenced on the 5th inst., terminated on Wednesday, when Professor Parry examined the studentR in the art of butter- making, and expressed himself much pleased with the le fficiency of the pupils both in practice and theory. Votes of thanks were accorded to Mr J. R. Bache for his great exertions in promoting the matter, and to Miss Gouldstone for her valuable instruction.

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