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THE LORDS AND LEGISLATION.

HARVEST FESTIVALS.

WELSHPOOL.

NEWTOWN.I

ABBEYCWMHIR.

BETTWS.

MACHYNLLETH.

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MACHYNLLETH. SINGULAR FATALITY TO AN EXCURSIONIST.—Oa Wednesday Mr S. Smelt, deputy coroner for Manches. ter, held an inquiry into the circumstances attending the death of Jane Edwards, the wife of a stonemason, residing at Machynlleth The deceased and her mother went to Manchester by an excursion train early on Monday morning. They went to Blle Vue Gardens, and at nigbt proceeded to get the train home at Longsight Station. A railway official direc- ted them to the right train and almost immediately after they had taken their seats the deceased was seized with a fit, and swallowed her false teeth. She was taken to a neighbouring surgery, and from there to the Royal Infirmary. Ineffectual attempts were nude to extract the plate, but it was not until the windpipe had been cut into that the obstruction was removed. The patient was detained at the Infirmary and seemed to be recovering, but early on Weduesday morning her condition suddenly changed and she died. Death was stated to be due to suffoca- tion caused by the effects of the operation and the efforts made to remove the obstruction from the woman's throat.—The jury returned a verdict of accideutal death.

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BISHOP'S CASTLE.

LLANIDLOES.

LLANIDLOES CHURCH BAZAAR.…

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NEWTOWN REVISION COURT.

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BERRIEW SESSIONS—THURSDAY.