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HAY. I SCHOLAsTIc.-Reporting on the recent religious knowledge examination at Clyro school, Rev. Hil- íary Lewis states that the work was especially jgoa-d. Tone and discipline were also excellent. DEATH AT ADEN.-News has reached here that two local men of the Breconshire Territorials at Aden have died of heat apoplexy. viz., Private Charles Lewis and Bugler Arthur Crompton. ZENANA Ifissio-N.-A meeting-, in aid of the Zenana Missionary Society, was held at Mayfield, Cusop, the residence of Mrs H. R. Armstrong (wh,3 kindly provided tea) on Tuesday. Mrs P. V. Smith (lately returned from India) gave an ad- dress. Mrs T. S. H. Hincks, Cartrefle (hon. sec- retary) made the necessary arrangements. I KILLED IN ACTION.—The sad news has reached the town that Mr F. P. Pearson (Whitchurch, Salop), who, until last year was cashier at the National Provincial Bank here, has been killed whilst in action in France. He met with his -death whilst in the heroic act of rescuing a com- rade from a heap of debris. PRIMITIVE METHODISM.—Rev. G. Ellis, who has been resident minister of Hay Primitive Methodist circuit for the past twelve months, left, on Mon- day, to take up his new duties as minister of Maidenhead Primitive Methodist Church. The rev. gentleman is being succeeded by Revs. F. Moseley (senior-minister) and Percival Tomlinson. BREDWARDINE SEssIONs.-Before Mr W. Mor- timer Bayliss (in the chair) and Mr C. E. Tun- nard Moore, at Bredwardine Petty Sessions, on Monday, Esther Smith, no fixed abode, and Ann Warner (Builth Wells) were summoned for en- -campin on the highway at Whitney-on-Wye on the 17th ult. The case against the former was adjourned to next court, but the latter, whose son appeared and admitted the offence, was fined 10/- -inclusive. P.s. Wm. Proctor stated the facts. CHURCH PARADE.—The chairman of the Urban Council (Rev. J. J. de Winton, M.A., vicar of the parish), who was elected to the chair from outside the council, was attended at divine service at the ,Parish Church on Sunday by the members of the -council, the volunteer fire brigade, Red Cross Soc- iety members, Friendly Society members, Boy Scouts, and inhabitants of the town. The pro- fession to the church was Jieaded by the town band, and the service was taken by Rev. S. Wen- Jiam (vicar of Builth). Lessons were read by the Rev. J. J. de Winton, who sat in the congrega- tion.