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THE LORDS AND LEGISLATION.

HARVEST FESTIVALS.

WELSHPOOL.

NEWTOWN.I

ABBEYCWMHIR.

BETTWS.

MACHYNLLETH.

BERRIEW.

! YELINDRE.

BISHOP'S CASTLE.

LLANIDLOES.

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LLANIDLOES. WELSH WESLEYAN CHAPEL.—The anniversary services were held on Tuesday and Wedn»Rdav. Sermons in Welsh and English were preached by the Revs. Edward Humphreys (Bangor), and W. Cienoe Jones .Liverpool). Large Congregations attended. The services w«r« impressive, and the collection* satisfactory. The Rev. A. E. Pearce conducted the various meeting. BURIAL BOARD.—At the meeting on Wednesday, no business of importance wa.s transacted. But one interment had taken place in the Cemetery during the month. A design and inecriptioi. of tombstone were approved of. ONGRICGATIONAL CHAPEL.-The new minister, the Rev. T. L. Martin, enteied npoi) the pastorate off this church on Sunday last, when he preached to large congreation8 morning and evening. In the afternoon the new minister was iijtrodic-d to the school, and delivered a very interesting address. The chair was occupied by Mr H. Duiston.

LLANIDLOES CHURCH BAZAAR.…

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THF POSITION OF THE FARMER.

NEWTOWN REVISION COURT.

FOOTBALL.

BERRIEW SESSIONS—THURSDAY.