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Ordinations at Uandaff.

Judge Owen Compliments a Bankrupt.

The Sengenydd Disaster.

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1- S. and S.F.A. COUNTY SALE AT EARL'S COURT EXHIBITION, JUNE 27TH, 28TH, & 29TH. I To the Editor of the COUNTY OBSERVER Sir,—Will you allow me through your paper to correct an error to the effect that I am holding a Flower Stall at the County Sale ? The Duchess of Devonshire is holding the Fruit and Flower Stall, and it is desired, therefore, that no other Stall will sell either Flowers or Fruit. My stall will consist of anything and everything that can be made iu. or sent from, the County— with the exception of eatables. Knowing how much my frieuds in the County of Monmouth have done for this Association—both in gifts and in gratuitous services, for which I thank them most siticerely-I hardly like to bother them any more, but I feel sure they will like to help in forwarding this great undertaking, especially as all the mdlley taken at my stall will be used solely for the wives and families of Monmouthshire men serving in the war. Will all those who are good enough to contribute in any way—either by subscriptions or articles-do so before June 20th, to me at 5, Barkston Gardens, Earl's Court, London, S.W. Believe me, Yours faithfully, ETHEL RAGLAN. June 5th, 1901.

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