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WHAT WAS EXPECTED!

THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC.

THE GOVERNMENT DEFEATED.

WELSHPOOL WATER SUPPLY.

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WELSHPOOL WATER SUPPLY. THE discussion between Welshpool Town Coun- cil and Mr. WYATT, the engineer, over the water supply question still continues. At the August meeting the latter stated that the height of the dam was 4 feet 10 inches, while, with great per- tinacity, Alderman IRoGERS averred that it was but 4 feet 3 inches. Last Tuesday's meeting compelled Mr. WYATT to confess that his assis- tant in measuring the water had made a mistake, a,nd that Alderman ROGERS was correct in his statement. The cause of friction is that a mis take has been committed in the work-by whom it is uncertain-and the Council naturally desires to see their original scheme carried out. There is little ground for surprise that several members are anxious to known when the work is to be com- pleted, and Councillor PRYCE JONES suggested Christmas as a probable period. Works which hang fire are apt to prove costly undertakings.

THE FOOTBALL SEASON.

THE CHOLERA.

ECONOMY, A FINE ART.

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CORRESPONDENCE.

THE GOVERNMENT DEFEATED.

WELSHPOOL WATER SUPPLY.

THE FOOTBALL SEASON.

THE CHOLERA.