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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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At wo.year-old filly, bred by Mr Morris Evans, of Berriew, sold for 62 guineas at the Wrexham sale of horses on Friday. SHREWSBURY CORN MARKET, SATURDAY. Tbe rain of the past week has rendered ploughing easier, and good progress has been made with the prepara- tion of the land for autumn sowing. Wheat has not "been freely offered, and values have remained firm. Of barley there has been a large supply, and best Iota have been readily cleared at full prices. Oats have come slowly to hand, and previous values have been realieed. Flour met with a steady sale at un- changed rates. Offals have experienced a good demand, and values have had a hardening tendency. Millers generally are behind with deliveries. Our market here to-day was fairly attended. Wheat was in small supply, and made full prices. Barley c%m& freely to hand, and best lots were readily sold. Oats were &m.-Quotatious--White wheat 48 2d ti, 404 6d per 751ba; red wheat 4s 2d to 4s 4d per 751be; barley 4. 3d to 5s 3d per 701bs; oats 12.. Od to 148 6d per 2251bs; peas 128 Od to 138 Od per 2251be; old beans 158 6d to 168 6d per 2401be.- W. L. Browne and Co's Circular.

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THF POSITION OF THE FARMER.

NEWTOWN REVISION COURT.

FOOTBALL.

BERRIEW SESSIONS—THURSDAY.