HARVEST FESTIVALS. HARVEST FESTIVALS. NEwrowx.—In concection with the hnrre?t festi- val nanitertninuientw??tTen in the Prinntive Methodist Cha-upl on Mon.na.y evening,when the to.. "iowm? programme ?a!" Riven :—D'tft, Fiaherma.n <Dd hi-) chL.d." Mr W. 0. T. &od M?s Jonea recita.- <MB, How to do it." Master Griffiths; recitation, **Boadto Hpaven," MiM Morgan; duft. ''Sowin<: the aeed," Mit-ges F. and J Wycherloy recitation, "I'm nine years old," Master K. Rnaaell; recitation. "The ramdrop." MiaeMantte; recitation, Master P Price recitation, The common question," MiM Williams solo, Where are the reapers:" recua- tion.How loving is Jesna." Miss Andrew; recit". tiou, Miaa E. Morgan. The recitations were weH eiven, and the singing was very enectivety rendered. LLANLLWCHATARN.—The harvest thtinksgivin,, sarvicaa were held in this church on Wednesday last. Holy Communion and Matins were solemnized in th forenoon, and the thackaitiving aervice took pl tea at night. The Church was crammed, many failing to <rain admission. The aervice was conducted by the Vicar, the Rev. R. Evan Jonea. M.A.. who wa.s as- sisted by the curate, the Rev. J. Fisher, the Rev. E. A. Fiabbourne, and the Rev. E. T. W. Evana. The Rev. W. VauLphan Jones, M.A.. rector of Tregynon, preached a fermon suitable to the occasion, taking hu) teit from Hosea. 8 chap., 7 verae—" They havo eown the wind. and they shall reap the whirlwind." The aervice WM folly choral, and the beautiful fing- imr of the choir merita great praise. The anthem "The harvest is the end of the world" (Spinney) WM excellently sung by the choir. The decoration- were profuae. and the inaido of the littte church looked exceedingly wait. The Re-table was ad.)t ned «ith VMet coutaning dahlias, asters, stocks and fefus. Grapes and apples were placed on the table ?n such a way aa to give it a very pleasing a-pect Above the Re-tab)e werdarranged crosses of different throes. The cbc,ir stalls were prettily decorated, and At the end t large sunflower waa fixed. together with wheat. The reading desks were adorned by pret. tily arranged uowera, around which were groups of vionotia and chryaanthemuma. with bunches of grapes hanging from the corner of the desk. The Ject3rn waa beantinad by sun&owera, dahlias, and aaters, which were separated by berriea and ferns. The pulpit was covered with Bowers. At the bottom an arrangement of tinted iea.ves encircled the putpit, and the panels were embedded with mo-s, in which were placed numeroua berriesgtVing the pulpit, a fascinating appearance. Along the top were ar- ranged oata. wheat and other grain. Hangicg from the bible were ton? pieces of elderberry boughs, wh'eh were joined together and added much to the enchant- ing appearance of the pulpit. The chancel arch was decorated with sick'es and sheaves of wheat and oati. The windows leoked extremely well, having baen )aLi with moea, and then having fruita of different kinds and flowers placed on them, such aa apples, peare, Tegetable marrows, crrrota, &c., aatera, 6tock", tnarigolda, and aunnowera. Around thA edge of tl < moaa were placed pretty leava and stringa of b'h- rioa. The font waa embelliahed with all kinda of jlowera, and tookod beautiful. Over the top of the font was arranged a kind of hoop, and over it wao placed moaa. &e., forming a kind of bed for nowerf. Up each aide of the font waa arranged dahtiaa. astera, and atocka. Around the font were placed numarona Nowera and leaves of variooa t<nta, which gave it a fine tppearattce. Thoae who participated in decorating the Mcred edifice ao p!eaain?ty were aa toltowa :— Eaat end and reading deaka, Mrs Evan Jonea pulpit, Mifea Hutchina; lectern, Miaa Etwell; font, Mis« Fortune and Miaa Mabel Lloyd-Rugbes; windowa, Miea Elwell.MiM Daiay Elwelt. Miaa Fletcber, Miss Ev&ca. MtM Mary Taylor, Miaa Fortune. Miaa Mabai Lloyd.Hng?M, Mr Baker and Maeter Norman Hoyd. Hughea; chance! arch (aickiea and aheavex) Mr Booper gaUery, Miaa Sibyl Hutcbins. t L_? PtNTBN LnviOB.—A harveat thankagiviBg aer. Tioe waa held in the Weateyan Methodiat Chapel on Thoradfty evening. The interior of the budding. which wa.a erected in 1798, presented a pleading ap. pearftnce. On every aide could be <een evidence in the ornate decorationa of the beatowment of much ,care and akilt. The whU were slao covered with texta, choicely worked. The prooeedinga opened in the afternoon with a free tea. which was provided out of the Sunday 8obool funde, and to which a very large number aat down. In the evening a m'*et)ni! waa held. and the chapel waa SUed. Mr A. T. Spatd- ing preeided. and appropriate addreaaea were doiiver. ed by Mr Zuraa. Dr D. B. BoM, Mr C. J. Neweli, and the Rev. Frederick Hunter, superintendent minister, The frnit, vexrotablea and grain were given by neigh- bonriEg triemda.and the decorations were ably ctrri<'d out by the Miaaee Pryce (3), Panney, Nock. Pentre, Jonee, Penyooed, Davies Femey, Roberta, Cefn Bryn, Daviee, Cefn Uppol. and Mrs Lloyd, Fron,,Iog. Spee- ial pieoew were sang by the choir in a manner which zeti,seted the bigheat credit on the conductor Mr Nock and the acoempMiMt Miaa Price. During the proceed- ings Mr Zuraa al"o g?ve a soto. The meeting cano!u- ded with votea of th*nka to the chairm*n, the ladies, Md other warkera who had aeaiated to make the e vent a thorongh socoeaa. LLINLLUGAN.-The barveat thanksgiving waa hetd in tte ancient Parish Church on the 20th mat. Tna ch irch was beautifully decorated for the oc- c*eioh by Mra Wiltiama (Vicarage), Mrs Beddoe:' (Cae Coch). asMated by Mra Symma (Cefn Coch Inn), Mrs Davies (Belaa Argae), Mi. Morris (Bleak Houae), Miaa Johnaon and Misa Evans (Tyn Llan). The evening service was attended by a large congre- gation. The service, which was choral, waa ably in- toned by the Rev. T. D. James. L!anfan. The sing- inir of toe aolo from Handel, Angela ever bright and fft;f by Miss Johnson, Bendihir, certiSoated singer, accompanied on the harmonium by the Rev. C. Williams, vicar, was an unexpected tre&t to the con. gregation. The chants and harvest hymns were cheerfully sung by the choir, accompanied on the .harmonium alternateiy by Mias Johnaon and the Rev. C. WiMiame. The Engtiah preMher was the Rev. T. D. Jam'<a, and the Welsh preacher was the Rev. Jatnea Thomac, Ltanwyddelan, who always gives universal satisfaction to the inhabitants of the wilds of Hanllngan. The collection, including a generoua contribution from Mr Beck, was towards the church expenses. LLANiDt.oM.—The whole of the Nonconformist churches of Uanidtoea held their harvest festival tervieea on Monday. The services took place in the morning, afternoon, and evening, and were largely attended. Nearly the whole of the business houses of the town were closed. The Engiiah and Wetah Oalvinistic Methodiat Churches unitedly held services jn the morning and afternoon. The coUections at oach church were large, that taken at China-street Chape) amount'ng to over .818. TMWMN.—The celebration of the ingathering of the harvest took place at the Church on Sunday week. The sermon was pre&hod by the Rev W. L. Nicholas, rector of Fiint. The Church was beanti. folly decorated, and presented a very pretty appear- ance. Speoiat hymna were rendered by the choir with emciency and ttste. The Church was crowded, and a large number were unable to gain admission. The decorating of the faored edifice was undertaken by M:¡..se Gregory. Maes Fron; Miaa Peele. Mrs Owen. and Miaa Williams, Green Hill Farm. Fruit, corn, etc., were vry kindly sent by the neighbours. BcTTiNGTON.—The harvest thanksgiving servicea were held in the Pariah Church on Wednesday last. Holy Communion w<ta celebrated at 8 30 p.m. The Vicar conducted the afternoon service, and was Meiated by Reva R. J. Roberta and Grimaldi Davia. The Rev E. Owen, M.A., Vicar of Hanyblodwell. preached a auitable aermon. In the evening' the little Church was crowded. The Vicar intoned the service, and waa assisted by Revs W. L. Nicholas <.nd R. J. Roberta, and the former preached a most appropriate aerjion. The sacred edince was bea-uti- fnliy decorated by Miss Oakley, Miss Davies. Miss Kinsey. Missea Green, and Miss PoUie Davies. Col!ectiona were made, and the proceedj divided between the Society for the propagation of the Gospel and the Agricultural Benevolent tnatttntion. LLANDYssiL.—On Ftiday a very auoceaafnl harveah festival was held m the Weaieyan Chapel. In toe afternoon a tea meeting was held, Mrs Bennett, Mo Watkins, Mr& Hoghee, and Mrs Corfield presiding at the hbles. In the evening the Rev Richard Owen, Welahpool, preached a very powerful aermon to a crowded congregation. The Rev R. W. Lowry, Montgomery, and C. J. Newelt, Newtown, took part in the service. The chapel was very beautifully decorated by the following ladiea M'aa Hughea, the Miaaea Corned. Mrs Daviea, Mrs Withers, Mrs Morris, Miss Snmner. and Mrs Bennett. WELBHPOOL.—The harvest feltinl took place on Tharsd*y, at St. Mary'a Church. Aa ia cuatuma.ry, the sacred edince was beantifnUy decorated for the event. The font was tastefully dreased with red and white nowera, grain, ferns, antumn leaver and moaa, <ad waa the work of Mra D. P. Owen and the Misaea Newitl. The window sills were carpeted with moa?, on which were placed neatly arransred miniature aheata of corn, barberriea, immortelles, frnit. and vegetables, the two centre windows being elegantly graced with hanging ivy and Virginia creeper. These were decorated by Mrs Roper. Miaaea Roper, Misses Jones (Gucgrog). Miss Salter. Miss Woraley, and Mna Wfttt. Snapended from the gas standards were beautiful!y abaped baakete, adorned with fernf, moaa and autumn leavea, executed with couaiderabte taste byMraHawkworthand MissesHarriaon. The window 'A caeorsled by MiaHea Downea, had a rich effect, and gram trimmed with moas, automn leaves, crimson eryaanthemuma, daisies, grasses and trai!in? ivy. The standards in the chancel were artistically clothed in a rich variety of colour, while the chancel ttrelf waa arranged with grace and beauty with cbry- M.nthetnums, red and white dahtiae, fruit, and ferns, while in the recesses could he seen the luscioua grape. Thia part was done by Mrs Davia, Vicarage, aha Addte ar.d Mies Parry. The choir et<l]a were eniOusly draped with corn, intecepeMed with bM. w ? berries, grasps, and n,v" w0rked by Mia:- Jone z,nti Fromtnecna-iicfl 1 arches, ta,?tei'tl!v arrd.ig-(-d hung-, bunches of Lovp I:e.,4 by :Jlor:is, SeveIllVil1a.. The rpa,d'npr ':esks were c1écor3.'ec by Mrs Yearly and Mrs Hump¡ncYs JoneH with sunilowers, da,hHa.s, a.;)d fruit. wh,le at the ba.e wa. a carpet ot moss and ferns. The screena were richly orMamented by dahltas and othfr choice dowers and ?rMses, and was the work of Mrs Westby. The VtoM and Rev. F H. Hftwhma, Mr F. Roper, and Mr Thomas rendered valuable assistance to the ladies. The church looked dahltas and othfr choice dowers and ?rMses, and was the work of Mrs Westby. The VtoM and Rev. F H. Hftwhma, Mr F. Roper, and Mr Thomas rendered valuable assistance to the ladies. The church looked aU th« more attractive atter ita recent renovation, and the decorations added a beantifnl picture to the whole. ContTibotiona of Qowera. frnit and vegetabl". 1 were sent by the Earl of Powis. Mrs Lovetl. Mr and Mrs G. D. Harrison, Mrs Drummond (Leighton), Mr-' Davia (Vicarage), Dr. Hawkaworth, Mr J. Ctarke, Mra Roper, Mrs EdwarJs (Gungrog L%ire), Mrs Wall. Mrs Woodhall, Mrs Va.ughan, Mrs Davia, &:J Holy Communion was ceiebrated at 8 a.m., and matins and sermon at 11 a.m., the Rev. Prabendary White. Rector of Churchstoke, being the omciating clergyman. At the evening service there was a targe c 1ngregation. Mr T. M. Price, R.A.M., presiding at the organ. The proceilsicniil hymn was, Come, ye thankful people, come." Thli service waa read by tl< Vicu, the Rev. Grimaldi Davia. The 136th P.atm was chanted, an'l the Rev. R. J. Roberta read both lessons. The anthem "Praise the Lord," was sung. The Rev. F. H. Hawkina took part in the ser- vice. The Rev. T. Huithe-i, M.A Vicar of Llan- gari?, preached an eloquent sermon from the 8th chapter of Jeremiah, 30th verse, Tha harvest is pa-t, the anmmefia ended, and we are not saved." Atter the sermon the hymn "Rejoice ye pure in hear was sung. and the Benediction was pro* o!noed by the V)c Ir. The collections were in aid ot theSa!cp Infirmary and church txp-nsea. TttzGYN,jN.-The Woile.% ana held a tea meeting on Friday, with an enter':ainMont in the evenin?, to celebrate the ingathering of ?he harvest. Lar?e numbera attended to partake of the good things p"o. vided. The following ladiea presided at the tables Mrs Hartley, Miss Pryce, Higbgate, Mrs Witliama, Birch-house, Mrs Asbworth. assisted by Miss Davies, Vachwen. MM9 Bowen, Cefnbach, Miaa Bowen, Tregynon, and Mias Phcehe WiHiama. Birch-honsf. The evening meeting wa.3 presided over by Mr Watkina, of Penarth. when Mr Morgan Davies, Mr Grinitha, and the Rev F. Hunter addressed the meeting. The Tnylor Quartette, from Newtown, made up the evt-ning's enjoyment. Mra Hunter presided at the harmonium. Miss Laura Williams also sang very nicety. A vote of thanks waa given to *H who aviated, aiao to the Chairman. The arrange- m"nta were carried out by Mr Hartley, Mr Aahworth, and Mr Daviea, Dolometine. LA LARGE NUMBER OF REPORTS ABE HELD OVER.]
LLA.NIDLOES. SuDDEN DEATH.—A casc3 ot sudden death from heart diaease occurred on Monday last. The person waa Mra Rebecca Rees, Smitbaeld-atreet. She had been ttttended by two medical men, and a certificate of death has befn granted. OBITUARY.—On Wednesday the funeral of Mr Grittith Da-vies, of Goufron farm, who died on Satur- day week, took place at Nowchapet. Deceased had bMn aiting, but hia death came M a painful aurpriae. A large number of frienda attended the funeral. COMING EVIINT. Coming evontt* cast their ahadowa before them," and if the elaborate prepara. t iona which are being made in connection with the church bazaar to be held (to-day) Tuesday and fo! losing days go for anything, the sncceaa of the pro.! jeot is'wolt assured. I -I MusiCAL.—The committee of the Miss Jenme Higifs fund met reoeutly. Dr. Morris in the chair. Several snbaoriptiona which had been promiaeiwere reported as being received, and the committee de* cided to hold concerts, to be given ahortly at frefeglwva, LtaBgnrig. and Tregynon. PROFOSKD TitSTlMOttiAL.—A movement haa jnst been inaugurated in connection with the Working Men's Institute to present Mr J. M. Palmer, the energetic hon. see., with a suitable testimonial. For many years Mr Palmer has taken a deep and heart- felt interest in the aacceaa of the Association, and it ia felt by the membert that a memento should be made aa a atight recognition of his laboura. Dr. Morris is President of the committee, with Mesara W. Aahton a')d J. H. Minsbon.treaa. andhon.sec.reepectively. ACCIDENT.—While out driving near Llwynten, Mr David Jonea. Maeanant, accompanied by his two daughters, had a nasty experience. Mr Jonea had alighted from the vehicle to see to the cart, when the horse bolted, gaing away at a furious pace paat Drafnbyrion. Shortly afterwards the cart, horae, and occupants were overturned into the ditch. The yoangeat daughter had two of the fingers of the right hand oruahed, while her slater was more fortunate, escaping with only a "mall cut above the eye. Mr Evana, Fronfedn. witneeBed the accident from the other aide of the river, through which he waded in order to render glesistance. MARRIAGE.—The Congregational Church was well nlled on Tuesday morwing on the ocioo cf the marriage of Mr Thomaa Brnnt, aon of Mr Richard Brunt, Mount Lana, Hanidloea, to Miss Margarat Annie Price, daughter of Mr JottQ Price, of Pioton- atreet, Llatadloes. The bride WM attired in a amart dreB,s of heliotrope, prettily trimmed with salmon brooada, and earned a llplendld bouquet of nowera. The brideamaids, Miaaes Gertrude and Edith MaMh (Latcbford), nieces of the bride, were nicely dresaed in frocks of cocoa silk, trimmed with lace, and also carried bouquets. Thncetemony waa performed by the Rev. A. C. P.-arce, Wesleyan Minister. The brid, was given away by her father, and the bridegroom was attended by Mr Tom Jones, of Newtown. A wedding breakfaat was provided at the residence of the bride's father, when Me Pearoe presided, and at 1.30 the happy couple left for Warrington to apend their honeymoon. There were a large number of use- ful present-. BIRMINGHAM WATERWORKS AND WORKMEN'8 TRAINS.—For some time past the Municipal Authori- tiea have been in communication with Mr Alfred Aslett. manager of the Cambrian Railway, reapecting the running of workmen'a trains daily between Rhayader and Llanidloet). at a charge of 3a weekly, or Sd per day. The committee having charge of the agitation are to be congratulated u.)on the success' ful termination of their labours, aa the concessions obtained will be an inestimable boon to the workmen of Llanidloea employed in the new waterworks at Rhayader. On Friday. Mr J. D. Daviea, town clerk, received the following communication from Mr Aalett=—MMe of workme?a's tic/Lets.-Dear sir,—On my return from a short holiday I Snd your letters of the llth and 26th of August, aleo the memorial which has been so extensively signed by the Mayor and tb" residents of Hanidlcea, asking for cheap workmen's tickets to be issued daily between Llanidtoes and Rhayader during the construction of the Birming- ham Corporation Reservoir. You will remember at the meeting ttt my omoe with the Mayor of Llanidloea accompanied by Aldermen Thomas and Bowen on 10 h April laat a fare of 2s 6d per week—third class—was proposed. It was, however, then stated that some two or three hundred men would be travelling if such a ticket waa introduced. I understand there are now only about twenty or thirty Danidloea men employed at the Birmingham Corporation Worka. The fare, howver, which I stated I was willing to adopt was 3j 6d per week, which represents quarter fare. I ati!) t))ink this a very reaaonable ngure indeed. I shall also be witling to issue week end tickets, Sa.turda.y to Monday, at the single faro from Rhayader to Llanidloes. I should be gtad to hear that the ar- rangement will five entire satisfaction to the men as wett as to the memorialists."——" Dear sir,—Since writing' my letter of date I have re-conaidered the q iestion of the workmen's tickets, and I will agree to a fare of 6d per day, which will mean 3a a week. This is making a concession which I trust will have the eSeet of inducing' a considerable Number of working men to avail themselves of the privilege.—P.S.—The arrangement to come into force on Monday, 2f)d 0 'tober, and men in search of work can also have ticke:s issued to them.—A.A."
MACHYNLLETH. FAIR.—The usual monthly fair w&aheld on Mondav. There was a good suppty or horses and cattle. The latter made good prices, but the demand for horses was poor. A NEGLECTFUL HusBAND.—For neglecting to maintain his wife and children Abraham Eva.n<, Bont, Llanbrynmair, was hailed before the magis- trates on Saturday week. Mr John Jones, master of the Workhouse, having given evidence, Evans was sentenced to one calendar month's imprisonment. EVENING CONCERT.—On Friday evening a musical and dramatic entertainment was given at the Town Hall. There was a fashionable audience, amongst whom was the Marchioness (D.) of Londonderry, Lord Henry Vane Tempest waa in the chair. The nrat part of the programme waa composed of singing and instrumental music, which was rendered notable by the success of Miss Hughes, who was vociferously encored fot her rendition of "Star of Bethlehem" The second part consisted of & dramatic dialogue, enticed, rha happy pair, the parts of which were well sustained by Mr Adoiphns Vane.Tompest and Lady Aline Beaumont. The proceeds will be given to the funds of the National Schools. The programme waa as follows :—" Wyr Philistia," Mr John Williams and party; song, The Last Dream," Miss Haghes pianoforte duett. "Maypole Dance." Marchioness (D) of Londonderry and Lady Aline Beanmont; song, "Thoughts and tears," Mra Lasoelles; violin zither, Simple avon," Mrs Hartly; comic song, banjo accompaniment, Mr Hartley piano solo, Norwegian wedding march," Mrs A. Davies; musical eketch, Mr C. P. Little; Martyrs of the Arena," Mr H. R. Humphreys and party aong. Lady D. TrafFord; comic aong, banjo accompaniment, Mr Hartley;! song and chorus, Lucy Neal," Miss Probyn violin zither, "Valee," Mrs Hartley; song, "The Star of I Bethlehem." Miaa Hnghea; The three chders," Mr LewM <Md puty.
MONTGOMERY. BAND or HOPE TREAT.—This, which has now nrme to be regarded a.a an annua.1 institution, came ff at JamsMiord on Friday. Mr a.nd Mra Owens, v.itb their accustomed gL-i,eroity, entertained some- thing like two hundred of the members and sup. porters of the Band of Hope. An outhouse had been daiutiy decorated with cut nowers, ferns, &c., by the Jameaford ataS, asaiated by the :Iises' Lucatt, Tomley. and Thomas. These workera had acaroety completed their labours before the youngatera, with their appetites sharpened by the walk over the hit! from town, trooped iii. Crowding in to the impro. viaed cones room in relays it needed every effort of an able staff of teamakors to attend to the visitors. The ladies attending to the guests were Miss Evana, Timberth, Misa Tomley, Miss M. E. James and Mied Jones, Mauington, who were aaaiatod by Mrs Owens and famiiy, and the housekeeper, Mrs Jonea, Mrs James. Mrs Tomley, Mrs Lucas, Mrs Evans, Betle Vue, Mra Evana, Broad-atreot, Mrs Lucaa, Mra Edward Benwick, Mra Edward Pryce, Miss PoweU, Miaa Wood, Miss Fryco, Miss Annie James. Miss Maggie McGairn. After tea was over races were run.eweetx.&c.. were acrambled, and games of all kinrl8 were indulged in, one field formicg a capital arena for the football devotes. When dusk gave the signal for departure, a move was made for the houae, wh(-re the children were presented with buna, cake, and last-but not leaat—a supply of halfpence was scrambled amongat them.—The BeT B. W. Lowry proposed a cordial vote of thanka to Mr and Mra Owena for their kindness.—Mr McGairn seconded, and in calling for cheers for their entertainers, said the beat way they could show their thanks would be to show up regularly at the meetinga of the Band of Hope. After giving cheer after choec for Mr and Mrs Owena, the young guests eKaperaed to return homewards.
LLANMEREWIG. TEA MEETING.—On September 18th, for the nrat time in the memory of the oldest inhabitants, a tea meeting was arranged in this pariah. The weather although somewhat threatening favoured the event. With his accustomed kindness Mr Edward Rogers placed at the disposal of the committee a field known aa the Church Meadow." and a sput more suitable could not posaibly be selected, commanding splendid views on one side of the famous Kerry Hills, and on the other "The Old Caatle," Castle Forwyn.aoda long stretch of the ever-beautiful Severn Valley. A reat attraotion to the visitors was the ancient parish church recently restored by Mrs Whitley-Owen. Mrs Edward Rogers and Mrs Lewis presided at the t&blea, and were ably assisted by the Misaea Rogers tIoud Miss Esther Daviea. A nrat-class land plityed until darkness set in, various games and dancing were indulged in by the young folk. The entire management wat carried out hy the following cont- mittee:—Mrs Gibbi"cs, Mrs Edward AosCers. Mrs Davies, Fronfrait-h Mill, Mrs Lewis, and Miss Garaed, assisted by the Rev Dr. Gibbintfa and Meaara Lewis and Roger.). One of the most pleasing features waa the blending together of Church people and Noncon. fortniat- among others we noticed on the ground were Misa Owen, Fronfraith, Rev Dr. Gibb'ngs. and the Rev Evan Williams (Catvinistio Methodiat). Llan- dyfsil. Thanks are due to the committee for the excellent way they carved out their duties, and on many hands waa expressed the hope that although the iirat meeting of the kind in the pariah, it should not be the last. The proviaiona were supplied by AIM Wiiliama, Boll Shop, Abermule, and gave entire satisfaction.
BISHOP'S CASTLE. PRESENTATION.—On Wednesday evening an inter. eating gathering was h"Id in Roberta'a Assembly Room, Three Tans Hatelis, the object being to present to Coiour-aergeant E. Edmonda, ot Lndlow, on the occasion of his marriage, a token of respect froa) members of the Bishop'a Caatle Voluntecra. The testimonial consisted of a handsome fet of carvora and ateel enoloaed in a morocco oa<e. The chair was occupied by Lient. Grimth)!. supported by Lifut Daviea and Mr J. Johnaon.—The Chairman, having suitably made the preaentati'm, Mr EJmonda MMd that he hardly knew how to thank them for the great reappot wh'c < they that evening had shown to himself and his wife, and for the expression of their good wisbM. He oonl'1 assura them cut of the numeroua presenta which they had recfived, none ws more welcome or would be more higbty prized than that of the Bishop's Caa'te Vulunteera —A number of oom. piimentary to a'3 wefe afterwarda hoHoured.and the evening was spen'. in a convivial manner. OpKNiNG OF THE Nsw RANOrl.-Through the energy and preaeverance of Lieutenant Grimths. Private John Rr'herta, and other members of the Bishop's Caatia Volunteers, an excetlont range has baeu secured on the Ednhope Furott about three miles from the t«wn. On Wednesday afternoon the r-\Dge was formally opened by the ex.mayor, Mr A. Greenhoaa. BowLs.—A bowMnfr match between Bishop's Castle and Craven Arms teams resulted in a victory for the home club by 107 points-the score being 269 t) 162. There were 13 playera on each side, and only one of tre Craven Arma contingent auooeeded in winning a game.
LLANFYLUN. FOOTBALL.—The membera of the club are bnay preparing for the opening of the aeaaon. Their nxture card inoindea many good matchea. The team haa entered for the Welah Junior Cup. GENEROSITY.—The children attending the Church Sand*y School and the National Schools were given thfir annual treat by Mr and Mrs Marshall Dugdale. l'hi year the children were reinforced by thoae from Cwm Church Sunday School, and about 200 aat to tea in Hwyn grounda. Gamea of all descriptions and races took plnce, and the tittle ones were further amused by the afoent of fire baOoons. In the evening singing was Indulged in, after which the Rector pro. posed a vote of thanks to Mr and Mrs Dugdate. He specially mentioned the interest which Mra Dugdale evino"d in entertaining them, in the abaenae of Mr Dagdale. The vote was carried vith lusty cheers, and on separating each child was presented with & ban and an apple.
LLANDTSSIL. FiRE.—A 8re broke out on Sunday last about 7-30 a.ni. at the Cloddia. the property of Mr Bason, which resulted in nearly the total destruction of the farm building and the entire farm produce, and some of the implements. Fortu. m08t of the household furniture was saved, but the structure thc? were reduced to almost & tota.1 wreck in about half an hour. Twelve bncketfuls of water were all tLat could be obtained to éndeavour to put out the fire. About auo people assembled, and did all thoy could, but it was evi. dently a hopeless case from the first. The cause of the fire is as yet uttknowu. The buildings were insured with Mr Bennett Rowlands in the Sun Fire Office. but it is feared that the whole of the farm stock a.nd implements are no insured.
CEMMAES. FiRE AT A FARM.—On Thursday morning, about 4-30 a.m.. when the labourers on Cemmaea-byohan furm were going to their work, they noticed smoke issuing from one of the outbuildings. The alarm quickly spre&d, and in a abort time a large band of helpers had assembled. Water was continnonaly thrown over the bnrninBr n.a8< but the Samoa had taken too gteat a hold to be got under control!. The result was that the shed and it a contents were complete- ly doatroyed. A newly erected barn, containing the corn crop of the year. wa greatly endangered, but fortunately the amateur firemen were able to prevent the spread of the namea. Several costty farm imp)e. menta were destroyed. Mr Ellis Hughes ia the tenant of the farm, and unfortunately his loss i< not covered by insurance.
LLANSANTFFRAID. ORDINATION.—Mr R. J. WiDiams, of Carmarthen Coilfge, having accepted the invitation piven him by the Coogrreuatlonal Church, LIanstntfFraid; the ordi. nation serviors were hdd on Sept. 18th and H)th. Mondny evening, the Revs J. C. Jones, Hanfyllin, and Thomas L'!wis, of Boria., Pembrokoahiro, preached. Tuesda.y morning, Rev Jenkin Jonea, Newtown, preached on The Nature of a Chriatian Church." R"v J. C. Jonea asked the usual questions, to which Mr Wiltiama, the elected pastor, gttve satis- factory anawera. Rev D. H. Shtnktand prayed for a bfasing on the union then formed between pastor and people, and Rev T. Lewia gave the charge to the young miniater In the afternoon the charge to the o urch was de.ivered by the former pa'tor—the Rev Thomas Buthem. At six in the evening, Revs W. E. Jenkin! Shrewsbury, and Thunaa Lewis preached to a crowded and attentive congregation.
DOLFOR. INTERESTING SIGHT. During the paat week several beautiful halos have encircled the moon, and a. ra'e phonomen n-a perfect lunar rxinbow, or iris lllnW'tS-wa.d v stbie for some time on Taenday night. The delicate white arch, robbed of its prismatic co!ouring, formtd a most interesting apeotacle, and a c'ro&t contract to the familiar solar iflumtnation?. From the position of the moon and the rain clond, it appeared as th ugh the arch was reating on the G"nan'hafod and Penaron Hil!s, and spanning the Weeg Vaitoy, and allmterveninj1; objects in the ctear atmosphere between this strange semi-circle and the moon were tinted with a kind ot aupernatu''a.l silvery "heen. The old Greek philosopher. Aristotle, as9erta that he was the first observtr of thia phenomenon, and th,it he only saw two in fifty yeaM. Three have been witnessed in this district during the past twenty years, but many elderly people confess to having never witnessed this remarkable rainbow,
THE MONTGOMERYSHIRE GOLF CLUB wiU 00m- mence play next month, at the excellent links eitnate near A.berhafeap. A profofsional has been engaged, and there is every proapect of the club beiM a grettt MM09M. Mr Edmamd BaoMey aote M hon. Mo.
NEWTOWN. A NEW DEPARTURE.- On Monday last, at a meeting' of the Hainn Tent of Reeha-bitea, held at WiHia.ms and Co's Refreshment Rooms, a resolution was unanimously adopted whereby female members should be admitted to be entitled to medical attend- ance and funeral benefit. SUNDAY Music.—On Sunday afternoon the New- town Silver Band rendered the eleventh recital in Broad.atrwet. There were a large number of specta- tors, and the recital was greatly enjoyed. Pro. gramme:—Grand march, "Tanhauser" (Wanner); cornet solo, The Better Land (Cowen); Kyrie and Gloria from Mozart's "13th mass" air (varied), The Auatrian Hymn" (arr. by E. Swift); chorus, "The Heavens are telling" (Haydn); chorale, "Aberystwith" (Dr. Parry). PRESENTATION.—On Monday afternoon Mr Wm. Jenkins, overseer at this ofEce, was made the re- cipient of a handsome btue and gold tea service and copper kettle on the occasion of his marriage and as a alight token of the respect with which bo is held by his fellow employes. The previous week he was also presented with two paintings (by Mr Salter) by the Newtown Competitive Choir, as a return for his hearty assistance always rendered to the choir in the post of conductor. CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL Fl-OWZR SERVICE.— On Sunday afternoon a flower service in connect on with the Church Sunday School waa held in the Pariah Church. The uaual service was conducted by the Rector (the R. A. Fiahboume), and appropriate hymns were aung, and an excellent address delivered by the Rev. J. Lewis, Inspector of National Schools in rotigious knowledge. During the singing of the nrat hymn the children walked up to the communion uil with their baskets of fruit and nowera, number- ing about 45, which were received by the Rector and Mr Lewis were assisted by Mr Bennett Rowlands, Sunday school superintendent. A collection on behalf of the Sunday schools was made. At the close of the service, Mra Fishboume, and a. committee of teachers distributed a great number of baskets of fruits and flowers among the invalid poor of the church. The remainder waa, as usual, presented to the Montgomeryshire Innrmary. THE NNW FLusaiNG ScHNMB.—Beadera will remember that at a meeting of the Newtown and Llanllwohaiarn Lc Oiti Board held a few weeka back, the Water Committee brought forward a new achome for nuahing the town's neweM hy means of a cart, which would not only be more effectual in its work, but advisable from an economical standpoint. It was accepted, and at a specie meeting permission was given for hiring a flushing cart to make experiments with a view to testing the praotibilityof the scheme. OnThmreday morning theae experiments were carried out in the presence of the commit ee appointed, Captain K. Pryce-Jones. Mesw. G. H. EHiaon, C. Morgan, H. Roberta. John Huarhea and Edward Jonea. The cart was filled and taken to the manhole at the top of the Green, into which it wai f, mpt ied. Several members of the committee were stationed at the manhol3 in New Road for the purpose of watch- ing the effects, and through which the water rubbed in a perfect volume, carrying with it sediment which had long been stationary. The manhole at the top of High-atreet was next viaited and the aamo reault waa observed to happen at the manhole in The Crffa. The water cart i< net only capable of being uaed for Suahing, but it is also adapted for watering the streeta, and ita abiUttea in thia !atte' respect were then tested in Broad S'reet. Thttt work wae enectua-liy carried out. The new cart covers a greater area, and it was found that the whole width of the road onuld be watered in two joumeyf, whereas the old cart could only complete 'he work in three toura. The committee wert thoroughly fatianed with the expefimonta made, and oo doabt will present a favourable report to thf Board. The body of the cart or tank is m"do t'f wrought iron pl&tea. rivtted together, and is capable -f holding 460 gallons of water. Thedimen<)ioaaof the 6)ltU)f holea is 1 foot 4 inches by 1 foot 1 inch. and the discharge valve is 8 h che". In addition, aa street watering otu't, it is capable of spreading a ahower of water nearty 20 feet. The time occupied 'n SJltjng the tank waa four-and.a-half minutes, while i. discharged itaelf in forty-nve seconda.
WELSHPOOL. A FEROCIOUS DRUNKARD.—At the Bhayadet Petty Sessions on W ednellday, General Siaden presid. ing. David Pugh, labourer, of Drummer'a HiU, Trefeglwya. waa charged with aaeauhingand beating David Roberta, labourer, of Welabpoo!. The evidence went to thow that both men, who are employed on tha new worke at Rbayador, were in drink. They met on a bridge, when defendant extended a cordial invitation to Roberta to walk up the street with him. The latter with freezing pohteceas dfouned the invitation, and a fierce qaarrel arose, during which defendant found it neoeBaary to bit Roberts on the nose, felling him to the ground. Thia featwaa followed up by sitting on hia chest. and oh the complainant reoenting such treatment, he ooMy bit off & portion of Roberta's noee, for the aecomplishment of which he waa sent to prison for 21 d*ya with hard labour. ECcMsiASTiCAt..— We learn that the Rev J P Lewia haa acoeoted the benenoe M Vicar of Conway. Daring hia cor icy at Welahpool he has been an active worker in the temperance cauae, and by hia zoal for ita principlea he has made himself extremely popalar among his Nonoonformiat brethren by ItJ. pearing Bide by &ide with them on the same platform. In fact, he has aaaiated in every phUanthropio work for th« good of the town by his sympitthiming man* ner. Though hia departure will be ieg.,etted, still all good wiahea go with him in ha new aphere of wjrk. Mr Lewia was eduotted at Bangor, and after' warda went to New CoHece. Oxford, where he took homura in theoiogy and c'aaaioa. In 1880 he took hia B A. degree, an-i in 1883 his M.A. Ordained in 1831 by the Bisb< p of Bangor, hia nret curacy was at LIandudno, and e held prefermenta at Wrexham and atao at Grpafo d. From the latter place he was appointed to Watahpoot.
MONTGOMERYSHIRE INFIRMARY. To the Editor of the Montgomeryshire EiBpyMt and Radttor Ttmea. Sir,—At this aeason of the year, when there are harvest thankegivit'ga at the various places of wor- ship tbrcnghont the com ty, will you please allow ma to oaU the attention of those in authority to the desirability and the advantage of Bending a donation to the above iaatitution. which, aa a county institu- tion, receives patienta from all parts of it, aa well as outside its borders-notably Radnorshire-during the present year. An uouauat number of accident oases have been treated, a olaaa of case which is ad. mitted at any and all times, without any form&Hty what over, and it is gratifying to thoae immediately concerned in its management to hear expreaaiona of evidently sincere tbankfutneta for the kindness and benefits received. The accompanying circular has jnstbeen isaned as an appeal for further support, and I sincerely ttu<.t that it may have the fffect ao ur. gently required. ALFRED FoBD. On behalf of the Committee of Management. September 21a):, 1893. Dear Sir,—The Montgomeryshire Infirmary being dependent tor aupport on annual subscriptions and donations, and the expenditure being neceasarity targe, contributions are earnestly solicited from alt who are witting to assist in carrying on an institu- tion which haa. by God's blessing during the past twenty'6 ve yeara, conferred much benefit upon the sick and am'cted. The Committee of Management trust that you will at an early convenience caufe a collection to be made in aid of the funds of the L firmary; and they beg to direct you-attention to Ru'es V. and VIII., viz :— V.—ine clergyman. mmitter, or other person rep* resenting any piacc of worship, or any charity, body corporate, aooiety, o)nb, mni, factory, worshop or any number of persons collpctively subscribing .81 la or upwards annually, shall be a governor during pay. ment; the name of too representative to be sent with the subscription. VIII.—Annual subscribers shall be entitled to recommend patients as foUowa:— Subacribera of- la-p&tieota— Oat-patiente— -Sad 010 6 3 1 1 0 1 4 2 2 0 2 6 3 3 0 3 8 4 4 0 4 8 5 5 0 5 10
LAND TAX COMMISSIONERS.—The following additional Commifsionprs have been appointed for the County of Montsromery Messrs R. Lewis, Uao- adQtfPrtid R. Hashes, HanaaintSraid; 0. 0. Open- shaw. Llanfechain; R. Edwards, LIanfyHin* E. Roberta, UmifyUin Rev. M. Jones, M.A. and D. Da.vies, Liandina.m; E. KinFey, Ha.ndinam V. W. Rodfnhurat. L!&ndfiHio; H. C. F. Somerset, Llan- saintffraid; L. F. Genth. GnMsaetd J. W. GriSItha, D. Wall. Welsh pool; Rev. Thoma.3 Warren Trevor, Machynlieth; Rev. John Williams, MachynHeth Niohoias B. Owen, PeneRoes, MaohynUeth; D. Jonea, Maohynileth; E. GiHart, MachynHoth; J. Bowlanda. MachynUeth; G. W. Grinitha, Maoh. ynileth; W. Jones, MachynHeth W. M. Jones, MachynHeth; Rev. J. Jones, Machynlieth E. Daviaa, Maobynlleth; Rev. W. S. Jones, Machyn. Ueth; Rev. T. J. Tbomas, Ka8hynlletb; Md E. B. jMMt Md A. GHthMt, Montgomery.
FOOTBA.LL. WELSH CHALLENGE Cup.—The draw took place at Wrexbam on Wednesday Bight, and resulted as follows :—First divis'on, Ba,ngor v. Flint, Holywell v. Portma-drc. Second division, Rhoa v. Brymbo Institute, RhoatyMon v. Westminster Rovers. Third division, Newtown v. Whitchurch, Oswestry. Aber- yatwyth, and Llanidloes byea. Fourth diviaion, Mountain Aah v. Cardiff. Market Drayton v. Iron* bridge, Shrewsbury v. St. George's, Wellington a bve. Tbeae ties have to be played off on October 28th. The following clubs are exempt until the divisions have been played out: Wrexham (holders), Chirk, Draida, and Llandudno Swifts. THE WELSH JUNIOR CHALLENGE CUP.—The draw for this competition has resulted as follows:— Division 1: Connah's Quay v. Harwarden Rovers, Flint Swifts v. Holywell Reserve, Bangor Reaerve v. Queensferry, Bagitit v. St. Asaph Athletic, Llan- dudno Swifts Juniors v. Rhyl. Division 2.: Rhos- robin Institute v. Buokloya Bricka. Saltcoy Junic-r v. Greaford. Mold v. Westminster Rovers Reserve, Buckley v. Caergwrle Wanderers Reserve, Buckley Victoria v. Dublin White Stars. Division 3 Llan- tfollen Rovers v. Wrexham Olympic, Malpas v. Erddig Albion (Wrexham), Adwy United v. Rhosty- llen RoBorve, Rhos Reserve v. Chirk Reserve, Brymbo Institute Reserve v. St. James's (Wrexham). Drnida Reserve v. Ruabon Rangers. Division 4: Welshpool v. Oawestry Reserve, Shrewsbury Reserve v. Royal Welsh Warehouse. Caersws v. Wrockwardine Wood, Shrewsbury Railway Offices v. Llanfyllin, Newtown Reserve a bye. The first named clubs have choice of ground, and the ties have to be played off on or before November 25th.
SHROPSHIRE AND DISTRICT LEAGUE. NEWTOWN v. WELLINGTON ST. GEORGES. Tcfuns:—Newtown: Goal, A. Edwards; bMk9, A. Town- send and T. Worthinton; half-backs, E. Rees, T. Chapman, and H. Tucker: right wing, W. E. Pryce-Jones and A. Whalley; left wing, W. Parry and W. Morgan; centre, A. W. Pryce.Jones.—Wellington Goal. Haynes backs, E. Morris and A. Turley half-backs, T. Bates, Roden, and J. Pickering; right wing, J. Meeson and A. Pmkerton; left wing, A. Taylor and T. Jones; centre, Mr T. Mcllwraith Messrs H. Owen and F. Price. The visitin won the toss, and elected to kick down hill. and in addition to this disadTantage the homesters had tRe sun in their eyes and the wind them. On the signal being given for sta.rting, Newtown took the ball up the right wing, but a kick from Morris transferred the play to the other end of the field, where the play was confined for a few minuttes. W. E, Pryce-Jones got possession and centred, the ball passing to Parry, who dribbled tlw ball the Wellington but Morris again Pickerin- pMsed to Bould, and ran the ball past the Ctmtre line. Chapman stopped the rnsh, but Taylor got the leather and look'd like scoring, when Worthington charged snccess- fally. Hamb were given to Newtown immediately after- wards. but nothing came of the advantage owing to the anperb play of Meeson. A Insty cheer was raised t)s Morgan headed the ball over the bar from the foot of Worthington. From the kick-off Bould got possession and made a finc run, in which the \-i8itin left wing played a couspicnous part. Towniend was equtl to the occasion, and the ball to Parry. who with Morgan ran it down the field. A foul -,va s given Newtown, and placed the well, but again the h-Ane telTitory was ixivaded, Edwai-ds finding it necessary to use his hands. For some unaccountable reason the home side" ftinked" their and for fully five minutf's the goal was in jeopardy. Give and take play thf;n ecaaed, Whalley eventually kicking over. A corner to Newtown followed, and A. W. Pryce-Jones performed the 8I\me feltt. acivity then took plMo in the neighbourhood of the home pots. and an opportunity for scoring was missed by Taylor. A corner fell to the Dragons, but the ball was sent behind. On being re-etarted Mfsson got possession and centred, Bowld making a. splendid ahot. Edwards run ont, but be- fore he could return to his post, Pinkartcn, with unerring aim, caused a loud cheer to go up by sending it through the pdsts, after play. On the wki<;tle being founded Newtown carried the ball down the neid, and Parry kicked nver. We11inlfton next a corner. but resulted, handa being allowed to Newtown. No farther points wero made when the whistle blew for half.tilne. The ball on being restarted fonnd its way into Wellington Newtown, h%ving the I\<lvanta¡re of the wind, play- iug in their real form. Å scrimma¡re ensued in front of goal, Haynes nnding it necessary to clear with his hands. Tnrley then kicked tin ball up the Reld, Chu& man returned, ,tnd another scrimmtge ensued; and amig deaft-ning Newtown scored their first point. Flushed with success the home team played well for a time and pressed, Rees making a splendid ehot. A comer kick fell to Newtown, which Morgan just missed h' ading through. thi3 had to fist out, but Newtown, irrt-prMsihIe for the moment, returned to the attack, with the result that A. W. notched what proved to be the winninlf goal. From this point the homesters fell off both ili combilmtion and The Drllgons ex- harlllines from scoriiig, Taylor just missing thø vl goal. Even play followed, nutil the isitors gained a foul. Whalley got possession, and passed to his colleague, who made a good run. A free kick was given to Newtown, but placed the ball in a orchard. From the floal kick an exceptionally smart ran was made by Boald, Llinkerton, and the latter, however, failing at the critical moment. The Dragons immediately afterwards secured a free kick in front of goal, and followed with ob- taining corner, bnt neither were turned to ac- count. The attack was then transferred to the other side, and twice the ball was sent over the bar. In this way time was played ont, the scores ut the soand of the wmstte being' So fa.r as is known the following ia the result of the matches in the League ptayed:— matches in the Leagne played:- Mutches Gon.!s P. W. L. D. For AK't. Ptf. Newtown. 3 3 0 0 17 3 Ii Shrewsbury Town. 4 3 1 0 14 12 6 Ironbrid?e. 2 2 0 0 9 3 4 St.George'a. 2 1 1 0 3 3 2 Hereford. 3 1 1 0 5 5 2 WeUinj.rtonTown.a 1 1 0 4 5 2 MarketDr&yton. 3 1 2 0 3 8 2 Whitchurch. 1 0 1 0 3 5 0 Newport. 3 0 3 0 4 10 0 CaweatryUnited. 2 0 2 0 3 10 0
ÅNIDLOES FAIR.—The September fair was held on Saturday last. There was a good supply of stock, but price-! ranged low. KNiGHTON FAIR.—The September fair was held on Wednesday and Thursday, the 13th and 14th inst. A very large number of sheep, chiefly ewes, were offerd for sale. There was a large attendance of dealers, and the prices reatized were as follows :— Shropshire and Improved Ciun Forest ewea, 30a to 36a e:Mh Hill "nd Radnor Forest ewes, 22a to 28d; wethers, 7<i to 8d per lb. WELSHPOOL FAIR,—There was "good supply of cattte, aheep, and pigs in the Smithneld, on Monday. Prime beet and mutton sold well at late rates; store piga continued dearer. Store cattle, owing to the drought, realized very low prices, and were scaroety aaked about. Cows and calves aotd well. Mcasra Morris. Marshall and Poole ha.f) a largo supply at their mart, inctuding 43 cattle. 300 aheep, 52 Shrop- shire rams and ram iambs, a lot of pigs and several calves, most of which were disposed of at satis- factory prioea. OswESTitY HiGH SCHOOL.—As a result of the examination hetd at Oawestry Hi?h Scbo"t on the 14th and 15th of this month the following E trance Scholarships were awarded:—H. A. F. Home. Penge. Surrey, .824 J. Davios, Lampeter, Velfre, Pembroksbire, .£21; G. Evana, Barmouth, Meri- onethshire .812 The roxtexammaioaforEntrance Scbotarships will be held on the llth andJ2th of next January. Intending Candidates may obtain copies of the questions set at the recent Examina- tion. As the number of copies available is strictly limited, all applications should be forwarded with the least possible delay to the Headmaster, Mr Owen Owen, M.A. ?
TRADE NOTICES. T'H:E WORKMAN'S WATCH. The Guinea Watch. JB1 1 0 A Good Soond Article. The Two Gumea Watch JB2 2 0 Patent Lever, Strong and Durable. The Three Gumea Watch JB3 3 01 Patent Lever, in Strong Silver CMoa. <S* The above are all Warranted for OrWJ Two and Three Years reapoctivoly. GOLD WEDDING RINGS. FORD, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, &r-; JSTE?VTO?TSr. a70 ID A V I P, S'S CELEBRATED Cough Linctus The most Speedy and Effectual Remedy FOR COUGHS, COLDS-ASTHMA, :BRONCHITIS. HOARSENESS, LOSS OF VOICE, DIFFICUMT OF BREATHING, And all other affections of the Chest, Throat, <MM! Lunga arising from cold. The /M!<KCMty are Seleceed jrom'many other Togimoniek Wem, Pool Quay, Welahool, 20th December. 1867, Dear Sir,—I have used your Cough Linctua in Nty family for several years, and have never found aBy other preparation so effdctual for Coughs, DiiBeaity of Breathing, and Cheat Complaints, and am pleawd to add my testimony to its extraordinary cmcacy. Yours truly, Tsos. D. DATizs. Penygraig, Mochdre, Newtown September 2nd, 1899. Dear Sir,—I have suffered for three years with a Coutfh and Shortness of Breath. Seeing an adver- tisement of your Couga Licctus it induced me to try a bottle, and I am very pteasod to inform you that t found great benefit from it.—Youra truly, WiLLiAM PBYCX. PBZPA&ED ONLY BY G. E. DAVIES, CHEMIST WELSHPOOL. SoldinNewtownbyMr W. H. LAviax Et, Cl- taist.. Sold in Bottles at la. lid. and 2s. 9d. each. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 28th, ONE &THBEK DA Y'S EXCURSION TICKETS' \-7 will be iaaued TO BIRMINGHAM (for the' Ouion Fair). ON FRIDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 29th r?HEAP THRB?: and FIVE DAYS TICKETS ? wiU be iasued from ail Cambrian SttttioBC" TO LONDON. ?N MONDAYS, OCTOBER 2nd and 9th. 189? \? the Last Trips of the Seat?n wi)i be ran tc ABERDOVEY, BORTH. TOWYN, DOLGELLEY- BARMOUTH, and ABERYSTWYTH, from Oeweat". Wetshpool, Montgomery. Newtown. Llanidlow, MachynMeth. and intermediate stations. For fnU particulars aa to train times and faree. biHa to be had at all staticnB. BEBB'S GENUINE HOME.MADE SATJSAGrES Made daily From the Finest Home.fed Pork. Pressed Tongue, Brawn, Pork Plesr- 45. BROAD STREET, NEWTOWN. fHI! FISH FISIT FISH DAILY DIRECT FROM THE BEST FISHING STATIONS. MARGARINE, equal to Butter" you Pound Cool. 9s. 9d.; 7 Pound Cool, 5s. age Ptid to any Station. HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN FOR RABBITS AND ALL GAME. EVANS, GAME DEALER SEVERN STREET, NEWTOWN. _e2 ALPACA, LIGHT TWEED AND FLANNEL TENNIS JACKETS. CRICKETING & npENNIS rpROUSERS, TENNIS SHIRTS. Good Assortment of Sizes and Prices. HENRTT MORGrAN CROWN SHOP, NEWTOWN.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. MARRIAGES. BENNETT—KoppE.—September 14th, at St. Mark'ø' Church, Dalston. Edward Albert Ernest, e!deeteOB of Edward Bennett, of 89, High street. Kingaland, Ba.t6ton, London, to Annie MarFaret Elizabeths- only child of W. H. Koppe. of Down's Park road. HUMPHREYS—FAicaNEY.—September 20th, at the Parish Church, Bettwa y-ooed, J. E. Hnmphreya, aoticitor, Llat,rwat_, to Guata Faiohney, Gwydyr- Hotel, Bettwa-y.coed. DEATHS. DA vizs.—September ]6th, Griffith Daviea, Geufroia, Uanidbes, a(!ed 44 years. GEORGE.—September 19th. Sarah Ann, daughter of Thomas George, Long Bridge street, Llanidloes,, aged 7 years. HuGHES.—September 21at. at Heldre Hall, UppiDg. ton, Elizabeth, wife of David Hugbep, aged 56. MoR&AN.—September 17tb, at Powell'a Row, We!ah< poot. Acn Morgan, widow of Richard Morgan, Pool Quay, aped 74 years. PRiTCHARD.—opt. 21at. Sarah, widow of Edward' Pritohard, Canat road, Newtown. aged 52 ypara. REEs.—September 18th, Reboooa. widow of William Bees, Smithfield street, LIanidloes, aged 70 years.
Mourning Orders RECEIVE SPECIAL & PROMPT ATTENTION AT HENRY MORGAN'S, CROWN- SHOP, NEWTOWN. Printed and Published by JOBN PHILLIPS (Ffoa Terra.ce, Llaollwehaiarn), and WiLLlAM Pucnc' PHILLIPS (19, Broad-street, Newtowh), at St, Mary's Pmting Worka, Otd Chn!'c!h-atr6et, New' town.
CRICKET AVERAGES. WELSHPOOL. Considering the poor material Welshpool had to work from at the beginning' of the season, they have doae very well on the whole. they have played 14 matches, won 7. and lost 7. The A Team played two matches with GuHano!d, and lost both. The bowline of Hart is worthy of notice. In a season of hard wickets, and all in favour of the batsmen, to have captured 61 wickets for 307 runs is rather more than creditable, especially for a slow bowler. The lists are appended:— BATTING. Innings Not out Rons Average CFTa-Uia. 8 2 83 135 JYearsloy 5 9 69 134 H Lewis 13 4 67 74 JHart. 10 0 66 6-6 RWitliama. 7 0 38 5-3 J E Jones 3 0 16 5-1 G D Harrison 7 3 24 44 W Fitzhugh 6 0 28 4-4 JPugh. 12 1 46 4-2 ARobineon 3 0 13 4-1 Rev J P Lewis 3 0 12 40 GFitzhngh. 5 1 16 4-0 HDBarrett. 5 0 18 33 JJonea. 3 0 11 3-2 J F Addie 8 1 22 3-1 W Wynne 10 2 24 3-0 AHJones 5 0 12 2-2 RM&kepe&ce. 4 0 6 1-2 In the foregoing, ptayera who have taken part in 3 matches are only noticed. BOWLING. Wickets Runa Averse JHa-rt. 61 307 52 CFTaUts. 8 42 5-2 JYearaIey. 10 68 68 \VFitzhngh 9 83 92 JPu?h. 8 86 196 R Makepeace. 4 44 11
LLANFAIR. REPORT.—The Diocesan Inspector, who ma.c!e his inspection of the National School a short time back, has reported that the school has done well in the whole. The repetition was very clear and accurate. Certinoatea have been awarded to W. T. Pa-yne, R. Mildred Tndor, R. Eva-ns, Gertrude M. Jones. Sarah J. Jepson, Alice Evans, Meyrick G. Joooa, Ella M. Morris, M. A. Williams, Rebekah Payne. Eliz. Jane Regan, Edward Evan Morrisa, SMtth jMe Owen, Peter Jepeon, Roee HMMh Jonee.