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THE LORDS AND LEGISLATION.

HARVEST FESTIVALS.

WELSHPOOL.

NEWTOWN.I

ABBEYCWMHIR.

BETTWS.

MACHYNLLETH.

BERRIEW.

! YELINDRE.

BISHOP'S CASTLE.

LLANIDLOES.

LLANIDLOES CHURCH BAZAAR.…

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LLANIDLOES CHURCH BAZAAR. (Continued from Page fi). ,f, j1' „ ^,Wn £ Continued on Thursday, when the schorl children of the National Schools a repetition of the t previous performance, under the supervision of the h-ad xn« ter (Mr Cope), with other teachers, who art- deserving of praise for the able way in which they had trained the children. A dramatic entertainment was render, d in the evening at half-past eight, when the play called A Regular Fix was wetl gtven. The room was crammed. and the play applanse ap;j,'ec la as was indicated by the continued ihe Hyaar W't8 opened on Friday at two o'clock, when the s O" rs .eIltert:n'1Uient, and the play' bi on Parle Fi ancais' were a<am grine tlirontrh, and afforded much amusement. A tat sheep presented to the bazaar by Captain Paull, Green* held was won in a raffle by Mrs Meddins, and was afterwarde exhibited in the shop of Mr Phillips, butcher, The Arcade As there were still many articles unsold, the bazaar v as coa* turned on Saturday, and in the afternoon and evening "1. er- tertainments were given by the National School children and others. the suai realised up to Saturday night was not known, Rs several amounts had not been paid in, but it is expected to be upwards of 93.50. The bazaar is to be opened again to-day LMonday], when the articles left will be sold a, greatly red uced prices.

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THF POSITION OF THE FARMER.

NEWTOWN REVISION COURT.

FOOTBALL.

BERRIEW SESSIONS—THURSDAY.