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GLASBURY-ON-WYZ. I

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LLANWRTYD WELLS. I

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LLANWRTYD WELLS. I POLICE COURT.—No cases were down for hear- ing at the local police court on Thursday. HAY HARVEST.—The rain during last week con- siderably interfered with the hay harvest. VISITORS.—From the number of visitors in the town at present the boarding house keepers are looking forward to a successful season. ANGLING.—The rains of the past week harve greatly improved angling prospects and some fine fish were caught on Saturday last. .MILIrARY.-Pte. R. Morgan (Dolgoy) was home for a brief furlough from Bedford last week. Mr D. T. Evans (son of Councillor Nathaniel Evans), who is in Australia, has joined the colours. PERSONAL.—Mr Albert Mack, bookihg clerk at Llanwrtyd station, has been appointed head book- ing clerk at Rhyl. He carries with him the best and sincerest wishes of all Llanwrtyd people. AUCTION MART.—There was a large attendance of dealers and farmers. Unfortunately there was not much stock slio-tn. The lambs offered were of good quality and satisfactory prices were rea- lised. averaging over 5id per lb. Some useful yearling cattle were shown and recent prices fully maintained. SHEEP SHEARING.—Men, shears and dogs were busy at Clyncae on Friday last, sixty to 70 shear- ers being employed, and something like 2,750 sheep being disposed of. This is the last of the big shearings in the district. As in previous vears the old fashioned welcome to all was the order of the flay, and a pleasing feature was the presence of Mr' W. Jones (the previous occupier of Olyncae Farm) who had journeyed from Pem- brokeshire to celebrate the event.

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