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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.

LLANWYDDELAN.

LLANDINAM.

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MIDDLETOWN.

BISHOPS' CASTLE.

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BISHOPS' CASTLE. DROPPED DEAD WHILE DIGGING POTATOES.—A p.irifiii,y sudden oeatti touk place on Tuesday at a smail hnoi;et known as the "Leasty," situated about halt-way between Clun and Bishops Castle. A labouring maii liamed U m Jones, aged 53years, was digging potatoes in a gardeu, ana while thus engaged d.oppeJ dawn dead. A little trirl saw deceased lying on the ground and toid a neighbour, who, on going to the deceased, found that he was dead. SHOCKING -UICIDE.-On Monday considerable excitement was manifested in this town by the report that a labourer named Edward Thomas had com- mitted suicide by hanging himself. The report un- fortunately proved true. Thomis was fouud in his cottage on Castle Green suspended by a dog chain and quite dead. An inquest was held on Wednesday, when a son of the deceased identified the body. De- ceased was 65 years of age, and had been out of work for a fortnight.—Another witness eaid that he saw deceased in the Bull, and he was quite sober. He asked witness to have a glass with tnm, but witness declined and deceased said It may be the last. .Time Jones said she had bepn sewing a bet for the deceased, and wet,t about 6-30 to give it him and foui.d him hanging on the stairs, biie had noticed tha-, of late he had been indifferent in his manuer.- Toe jury returned a verdict to the efli-ct that de- feased committed suicide when suffering from temporary insamtv.

i LLAFAIR-CAEHEINION.

CORRESPONDENCE.

THE GOVERNMENT DEFEATED.

WELSHPOOL WATER SUPPLY.

THE FOOTBALL SEASON.

THE CHOLERA.