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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.

filTUALISM IN EAST LONDON.

THE CHOLERA. -

MONTGOMERY.

LLA.NDRINDOI).

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LLA.NDRINDOI). LIBERAL MEETING.—An enthusiastic meeting of Liberals were held at Llandrindrod We Is on FncU* week The Assembly room Wets crowded. Mr Thomas Williams, Gwaelod-y-Garrh, Merthyr, W" voted to the chair. Mr Thomas Gee, of Denbign dis- cussed the treatment of the Home Rule Bill and other reform bills sent up to the House of Lurd-, and 6" id tnat if the Lords were determined to throw out the Home Rule Bill and the Disestablishment Bill, i h, n the que stion for the country would be what to do with the House rf Lords. He had little doubt what the answer would be. Dr. Owen Evans, London is-id as to the House of Lords, it must smbmit to the country in a long run. The people had always prov- ed themselves to be more powerful than the Lords when occasion gave them the chance. Rev. Evan Jonee-, Carnarvon, said the dimension of that meeting proved that Disestablishment had a great deal of in- terest for Welshmen, and the progress it had made iurmg the last twenty years. Going on to criticise the action and the explanations of Mr Bryn Koberts. Mr Jones emphatically and deliberately informed the neeting that he would net represent the Etfion oiv. ;s:on of Carnarvonshire after the next election. The indolent member was no more required: Wales would have members who would devote all their strength and influence to her interests and to the Liberal cause.

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