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I ST. GEORGE'S.

WHAT WAS EXPECTED!

THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC.

THE GOVERNMENT DEFEATED.

WELSHPOOL WATER SUPPLY.

THE FOOTBALL SEASON.

THE CHOLERA.

ECONOMY, A FINE ART.

N EWTOWN AND:LLANLLWCHAIARN…

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HRA y ADR,

MACHYNLLETH.

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MACHYNLLETH. ANOTHER COLLECTION.—A vestry meeting was held at the Parish Church on Thursday, when it was decided to make a sanitary rate of 9d. in the X. A PRIMROSE LEAGUE FREE TEA.—A free tea and entertainment was given to all the members of the Machynlleth Habitation of the Primrose League, in the Vane Hall, on Wednesday. The tables were prettily decorated, and loaded with delicncies, pro- vided by Mr Lloyd, Lledfair House. The guests wants were seen to by the Marchioness of London- derry, Mrs Anwyl, Mrs Dr Davies, Mrs Evans, Fronygog, Mrs Edward, Rbiwlas. Miss Beresford, Mrs Lloyd Jones, Bank, Mrs Williams, Rectory, Peuegoes, Mrs Adam Evans and Miss Evans, Miss Wakefield, Mrs Edmunds, Mrs Sangers, Miss Wil- liams, Skinners Arms, Mrs Jones, Miss Griffiths, Mount Pleasant, Mrs Cruthers, Mrs Vangban Owen, Miss Reese, and Miss Griffi'.hs, School. The meal was followed by an excellent entertainment, over which Mr Sackville Phelps, Newlands, presided. In the course of the evening addresses were given by Mr A. Yane-Tempest, Mr Fiucharm, provincial secre- tary of the society for North Wales, and Mr Pettifer (delegate from the Grand Council). Mrs Lascellee, Penmaen Dovey, rendered in good voce, "The Lights of Home." and Mr R. Gillart contributed two songs. Mr Mildwyn Humphreys WHS applhuded for his song, The Midshipmite." Mra Dr Davies accompanied the artistes. Votes of thanks were accorded the ladies, the chairman, speakers and vocalists, the proceedings closing with the National Anthem.

LLANWYDDELAN.

LLANDINAM.

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MIDDLETOWN.

BISHOPS' CASTLE.

i LLAFAIR-CAEHEINION.

CORRESPONDENCE.

THE GOVERNMENT DEFEATED.

WELSHPOOL WATER SUPPLY.

THE FOOTBALL SEASON.

THE CHOLERA.