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COUNTY RATE BASIS.

NEWTOWN SCHOOL BOARD FINANCE.

THK COAL WAR.

THE PARISH COUNCILS BILL.

- THE COUNTY RATE BASIS.

FUNERAL ()F AIR. ABRAHAM HOWELL,…

THE COAL CRISIS.

LLANFAIR CAEREINION. '

LL AN AN N O, RADNORSHIRE.

DOLFOR.

,CARNO.

MONTGOMERY.

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LLANDINAM. K concert was given on Friday Evening in the Board schoolroom, by the highly trained choir from trie Wesleyaa Chapel, in Newtown. Dr. Ross, of Newtown, was voted to the chair, in the unavoidable absence of Edward Davies, Esq. The choir sang splendidly, with the instrumental and pianoforte accompaniments, under the conducsorship of Mr H. Carl Taylor. Miss Taylor sang Alone on tha raft" and Ye that lire weary," and W'I! pneored, and in reøpODae gave" Love's old sweetsong" The Taylor Quartett sang in splendid style. Mr H. Carl Taylor sang The death of Neleon," with cornet obbligato by Mr D. W. Oliver. Th Misses Annie and Hettie Oliver charmingly Eang the [''Convent bell." The "Sleigh ride" by the choir and orchestra was the trrandest treat of all; there was a vociferous encore, and the choir responded. Miss Morgan, a little maid from Newtown, skilfully performed on the pianoforte for one so young. Miss Edith Woolley, Newtown, ably accompanied. LLIDIART-Y-WAUN.—Through the munificence of Mrs Davies, of Plas Dinam, the scholars attending the above school were grandly entertained on November 15th. In addition to a sumptuous spread of most excellent plum cake, seed cake, and deHcious buns, with high-flavoured tea from Mrs Thomas, The Stores, of Llandinam, who, on this occasion, excelled her usual excellency in the matter of supply- ing first class viands. The worthy lady of Plas Dinam- with the view of encouraging regular attenda)ceat school, gave for distribution a large number of very nice and beautifully illuminated books. The many inducements that the worthy squire of Plas Dinam and Mrs Davies hold out to the several schools under the Llandinam School Board are worthy of the highest praise Mrs Roberts, the master's wife, was ably assisted by some; of the resident farmer*' wives, viz., Mrs Griffiths, Rhoswen, Mss Hamer. Hofod. fraith, Mrs Evans, Pant-y-dwgan, Mrs Griffiths, Grach, Pant Presb, &o. The tea tables were ueatiy laid out, with here and there some beantiful flowers were displayed to the best advantage, and which had a very picturesque appearance. All seemed to enjoy themselves most thoroughly.

ILLANDINAM.

LLANFYLLIN.

!NOTES OS FOOTBALL.

WELSHPOOL.

LLANIDLOES.

WELSH CUP TIE.

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