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WHAT WAS EXPECTED!

THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC.

THE GOVERNMENT DEFEATED.

WELSHPOOL WATER SUPPLY.

THE FOOTBALL SEASON.

THE CHOLERA.

ECONOMY, A FINE ART.

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MIDDLETOWN. WESLEYAN SCHOOLROOM.—On Thursday week thø memorial stones of a new school adjoining the Wesleyan Chapel at Middletown were laid by Mr Withers, Miss Boffey, and Messrs J. E. and J. U. Hilditch. There was a large company present. The school, which is a pretty design, is to be built of red bricks. Amongst those present were the Rev. G. W. Dawson (superintendent (f the circuit), and Mrs Dawson, the Rev. R. W. Lowry (Montgomery), the Rev. J. Wright (Welshpool), and the Rev. Thos. Orto-i; Messrs Withers, Thos. Jab-. z, and Ricnard Parry, R. Twist, senr, R. Twist, junr., C. Payne (Sr.rewsburj), and 1c Evans (Yyestlej). The archi- tec;, is Mr John Potter of Welshpool, and the builder Mr Evan Davies. Biicks were laid by Messrs R Twist, senr., and junr., J. H. Twist, E. Bishop, W. DAV.es. Thomas and R. Parry, and Miss Nellie Parry, and Miss Mary Williams. A meeting was afterward-i held in the chapel, where an address was delivered by the Rev. T. Orton, and in the evening a teL was held, to which about 150 sat down. The tea makers were Mrs W. Parry (Hinton), Mri J-L--mes Parry, Miss Jones (The Fartn, Middletown), and Miss A. Hughes, as-<ife^ed by Mrs Parry, Miss H lditch, Miss A. Hilditch, Miss J. Hughes, Miss Griffiths, Mizs M. Parry, and Miss Richards. Addresses were given by the Rev. W. G. Dawson, the Rev. Thos. urton and others. It wa announced that the cost of the school would be £ 150, and towards this sum .£93 14s tas been collected.

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THE GOVERNMENT DEFEATED.

WELSHPOOL WATER SUPPLY.

THE FOOTBALL SEASON.

THE CHOLERA.