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In the fight between the troops and the miners at Lord Masham's collieries near Pontefract on Thurs- day night (reported on 5th paRe) eight miners were badly wounded by bullets. Three of them have since died, and two or three of the others are in a dangerous condition. A sppcial meeting of the Montgomeryshire Liberal Association is called for Tuesday, at the Victoria Hall. Newtown, in accordance with a requisition. The object of the requigilionere is to get the recent resolutions affectng the number of Borough delegates rescinded. BOSTOCK, WOMBWKLL AND BAILKY'S GRAND HIPPODROMR.-Thie g-an(i hippodrome, consisting of a gigantic combination of circus, double menagerie, end variety theatre, will visit this dis- triet next week, giving performances, at Llanidloes, Newtown (on Penygraig field), and Welshpool. This show is said to be one of the largest now travelling, and the programme submitted at every performance is such as to satisfy the most fastidious. There will be two performances daily, and one charge admits to all parts of the pavilion. Although the well-known menagerie shows of Messrs Bostock and Wombwell have visited this district previously, this is the first time Bailey's circus has been included. There will be no procession at mid-day, the extensive prepara- tions for the numerous performances rendering it impossible, but tn invitation is given the public to visit the undll prior to each performance. WtrLSH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.—The annnal general meeting of this association took place at thf Wynnetay Hotel, Wrexham, on Thursday evening. There was a large attendance of the Council and Club representatives. The President, Mr W Pattison presided. The secretary, Mr J. Taylor read his report for the past reason, 11180 the bal- ance sheet, which showed a balance on the right side of .£21914hløt The amount saved during thp p-,st season was JE15 10* Od. A scheme was brought for. ward fer inuring players, but on being put to the vote was defeated. It was decided to accept entri. s f' r the Challenge Cup rot la'er than Sept 15tb. Mr Pattison was re-elected president and Mr J. Taylor hon. sec. A b<»H«"t then took place for the el,-eticn of the Council which resulted as follows :—Mr W. H. Evans. Newtown, 22; Mr W. Cottam, Rhostyllen, 20; Mr R. T. Goagh Oswestry, 20; Mr Kelly Sandi- croft, 20; Mr E. Pennah, Wrexham. 18: Mr D. Smith, Broughton, 17; Mr J. E. Thomas, Chirk, 17 Mr G. H. Jones, Shrewsbury, 15;.Mr K. J. Hughe*, Flint. 13; Mr C. H. Berrio, Rhyl, 12; Mr Wiikes, Ruabon, 11. TheM were declared elected; there were five af jlflsr evidida.ie^ A vote of laamjw io the chairman e^wedtiumeerting.