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⦠LAMPETER AGRICULTURAL CLUB. A ploughing match in connection with the above society came off on Wednesday week. the 8th inst., in a field in the occupation of David Walters, Esq., of Olwen. where twelve appropriately accoutred ploughmen, with their respective well-prepared teams, were in timely attendance, all agog, in order to compete for the several prizes which were to be adjudicated to the successsul performers. ,\wny they drove, all saneuine for the lirite, JJisposed to use their oJ,¡¡¡ in no disguise, n ell-h.messed horses, and the plouahs made strong, txperienced workmett seldom .torine wrong." And on no former occasion had the contest been more severe, or the work better done. Most of the candidates in the senior class were winners at pre- vious matches. A vast concourse of people, of va- rious grades, were present, among whom were no- ticedâ fhe Very Rev. the Dean of St. David's; W- Jones, Esq., Llwynygroes T. J. Hughes, Esq., Castelldu David Lloyd, Esq., Lampeter; Rev. Evan Williams; Mr. J. Fowden, Falcondale; Mr. David Jones, Khiwonen Mr. John Hughes, Pant- coy Mr. B. Davies, Alltgoch Mr. David Mor- gans, Tanygraig Mr. David Davies, Perthvnenadd, &c &c. The adjudicators were Mr. David Davies, Dolauduon Mr. Thomas Thomas, Aber MiH and Mr. John Davies, Bridge-End, Silian. The prizes were awarded as follows :â Senior class :â1st prize to John Hughes, Pantcov; 2nd ditto to Joseph Morgans, Beudyau 3rd ditto to John Davies, Rhiwonen. Junior class 1st prize to Richard Thomas, Maesmynach 2nd ditto to Evan Hughes, Pantcoy 3rd ditto to Thomas Evans, LJwynygroes. After the successful competitors had been paid, several of the gentlemen and farmers retired to the Royal Oak, Lampeter, where a substantial dinner was provided by Mrs. Evans, and which was presided over by W. Jones. Esq., Llwynygroes, the chairman of the society. After the cloth had been removed, most appropriate speeches were delivered on the be- nefit of ploughing matches and improvements in agriculture.â Communicated. Mu. BALCOMBE on Thursday received the follow- ing tenders for 50 tons of lead ore, sampled at Bron- floyd, on the 5th instant:âMessrs. Stock & Co., 14/. 15s. 0d.â £ 737 10s. Od. Messrs. Sims, Wil- lyams, & Co., Hi. 14.. Od. Messrs. Newton, Keates. & Co., 14/. 6s. Gd. The Mining Company of Ire- land,' 14/. 5s. 6d.; The Bury Port Smelting Com- pany, 14/. 3s. Gd. Mr. Adam Eyton, 14/. Os. 0d. The Panther Lead Company, 131. 15,. Od.

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