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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.

ILLANDINAM.

LLANFYLLIN.

!NOTES OS FOOTBALL.

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WELSHPOOL. PPOMOTIo.-q.-Colonel Harrison,. commanding the 4th Batt. South Wales Borders, has promoted Sergrt. W. Ogborn, instructor of musketry, to be Sergeant- Major, re-Sergt-Major Chalkley, is discharged on a pension. OBITUAEY.—We record the death this week of Charles, son of Mr David Jones, grocer, High-street, after a lingering illness. The deoeased, who was of a. quiet disposition, bad endeared himself to many, and was much respected by all who knew him. He passed peacefully away on Monday last, at the age of 21 The funeral, which took place at Christ Church on Thursday, was largely attended. Beantiful wreaths were sent by friends and relatives. We also recorn the death of Mr William Bebb, of Severn street,.an old inhabitant of the town, after a lang illness. THE BRITISH SCHOOL.—At a meeting of the Managers, held on Friday night, Alderman T. B. Morris presiding, it was stated that the cost of carrying out the improvement required by the Ednea- tion Department would be £ 130, to be devoted to structural alterations and .£50 for the provision of a playground. After con,iderabie discussion it was iecided that they ecu d not see their way to raising so large a sum, and it was resolved that the schools be Iosed at the end of the current year. The meeting vas subsequently adjourned for a week in order that i further effort may be made to raise the tequitite noney to carry on the school.

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WELSH CUP TIE.

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