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WKI.SH MOUNTAIN SHEEP tiltEEL)ING.- The mountain sheep walks of North Wales were opened on Thursday, in compliance with the deter- mination of the Welsh Farmers' Conference of last month, when it was resolved to keep the rains Lorn the sheep walks until the 25th of October, in order to delay the larnbitig season. The Queen and others having prohibited the supply of lamb during the past season, owing to the scarcity of the anima IR, it was stated that occupiers of mountain sheep farms have not reared more than half the lambs veaued during the past decade consequent npun early lambing. Few lof the sheep lambed in the early part of the y»ar were able to withstand the bitter climate nf the mountain districts, the snowfall usually continuing until late in the season on the Welsh mountains, and the ewes became so reduced as to have no milk for their lambs. THE RKV. THOMAS JONES, D.D., Wesleyan Minister, St. tV.ivid's, PI!1\1hrllk, tlhile, vil", to F. Owen, Surgeon Dentist, 01 Oxfoi a-striot, Swuni-ea Sir,— I am stirp you will rejoice when I inform you that the set of troth you made me last nio, th (fives full bati,faction. I am able to grind my food well, and nrticntate property. Your proin pt;it,eiitioii and verv moderate charge will indue- me to a vise my friends and others when in need of a good set of teeth to come to you for sucii. Wishing ion rrospeiity, I am, sir, yours mo"t respectfully, THOMAS JONES.—July 11, 1882. 1054

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