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Well-Known Councillor. I

I Women's Duty.

IBank Holiday Entertainment.…


ITry Magnesia for Your Stomach…

Former Brecon Master.I

What Might Have Been!


Builth Funeral.i

Noted Oil Engines. 1

! Acknowledgment.

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Picnic.—A picnic was held on Friday in con- nection with Coxhall Wesleyan Church, and was well attended. It had been arranged that the event should take place on a meadow on Garth Hill, but, owing to the unpropitious state of the weather, the refreshments were laid out in the schoolroom. Miss Baskerville and Miss N. Moore, assisted by Miss Hatfield and Miss P. Jones, directed the arrangements, and the tables were in charge of Mrs E. J. Oldbury, Mrs Fel- ton, Miss Boss and Miss H. Baskerville, who en- listed the services of many willing helpers. A short musical entertainment followed the tea, at which Mrs G. H. Medlicott and Miss H. Basker- ville played a pianoforte duet, and a piano solo was given by Miss Baskerville. The clouds having by this time cleared a little, the party took a de- lightful ramble over Garth Hill. From a finan- cial point of view, the picnic was very successful. and the proceeds were devoted to the Church fund.

I- A Year of War.




Speech Day.

I Llanwrtyd Council.

Builth and the War. I

A Crickhowell Will. I

Bredwardine Council. I

Speech Day.