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THE WEEK'S NE IVS. t~1|^

WALES A Mi i ELSHMEN.

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IIN PARLIAMENT.

NEWTOWN AND LLANIDLOES HiGHWAY…

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THE COUNTRY AND the LJRDS.

IT TOUCHES THE SPOT.

IT DOES ALL IT'S GUARANTEED…

CUTS & BRUISES, HAIR RESTORER,…

LORD' SUDELEYM DEBTS.

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LORD' SUDELEYM DEBTS. Stubbs, WùéLg Gazette, in the extracts from the "Registry ii the Deeds of Arrangement." give- particulars -4 the assignment made by Lord Sudeley It appears bat he has an-tign-d to trustees prop rty valued at r pwards of JE88,000 in respect of secu ed and partly secured liabilities to the amount o1 £ 459,631, and unsecured liabilities amounting to £ 525,334; The deed of arrangement was executed 25 Aug., and filed 1 Sept., 1893. The trustee are Messrs .James Fraser and others, all of 31, Copthall- avenue, City, accountants. Amongst the creditor- for large amounts Lady Sudeley is the chief sufferer, there being due to h-r £ 216,640. Various insurance companies have heavy claims, including the Ailiano- £ 11,2#), the Eagle .219,500, the Equity and La* £ 3,317, the Mortgage Insurance Corporation XII,500 and tlhe Securities Insurance £ 10,000; whilst the bankers' claims aggregate upwards of j £ 50,000. The Industrial and General Trust are creditors foi £ 30,0vK), the Toddington Orchard Company ft I J815.8" '0, the Projectile Company (Limited) for Jg7,00(j odd, and the United States Debenture Corporation 'I for 453,000. There in a long list, of private creditot; inducting several clergymen and many ladies, c^iir ing skuas ranging from a few hundred a to &a many thou* nd*.

filTUALISM IN EAST LONDON.

THE CHOLERA. -

MONTGOMERY.

LLA.NDRINDOI).

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