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LLANIDLOES NOTES.

CARNARVONSHIRE ASSIZES.I

. THE COLLIERY ACCIDENT IN…

MERIONETHSHIRE ASSIZES. I

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FFESTINIOG.

CARNARVON.

DO IIYDDELEN AND VICINITY.

MACHYNLLETH.

CARDIGAN.

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CARDIGAN. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.âMr. D. Davies, M.P. for the Boroughs has kindly forwarded a cheque for B5 to the secretary towards the funds of the Institute. RENT AUDIT.âThe half-yearly rent audit of Mr. Thos. Davies, Bank House, took place on Tuesday, the 14th January, at the conclusion of which about thirty sat down to dinner at the Red Lion Inn. The chair was occupied by Mr. Davies himself, and the vice-chair by Mr. W. W Mitchell. solicitor. CHURCH CHOIR.âA meeting was held at the National Schools on Monday evening, the 20th January, to present those members of the choir attending most practices with prizes, which consisted of valuable books. The organist, Mr. Jenkins. was presented with some handsome books for his valuable services. The presentation was made by the Vicar, after which Mr. Thomas Davies, the churchwarden, presented each member of the choir with a small sum of money for their services. The Vicar having addressed them, the Chairman gave some valuable hints to them. A vote of thanks was'given to Mr. and Mrs. Picton Evans for their services to the choir, and the meeting concluded with the Doxology. BURIAL BOARD, TUESDAY, JAN. 21.âPresent: Mr. Thomas Davies, in the chair, Messrs. D. G. Davies. Levi James, O. P. Davies, Stephen Davies, William Woodward, James Williams, John Lewis, and Thomas Edwards. The Cemetery Walls.âIt was proposed by Mr. James Williams, seconded by Mr. Woodward, and carried unani- mously, that the Clerk do communicate with the con- tractors and desire them to remedy the defects in the cemetery walls, caused by the recent severe frost, and to proceed to complete the same with proper material in compliance with the terms of the contracts entered into by them, and that they hold them responsible for the delay in the completion of the work. Financial.âProposed by Mr. Davies, seconded by Mr. John Lewis, and carried, that Mr. Meyler,land surveyor, be paid £1 Is. for his survey of the excavations made at tbe cemetery, and Mr. Roberts the sum of 10s. 6d. for the same work.âA cheque for 6d. was ordered to be drawn to Messrs. Asa and Iv.'r Evans, the Clerks of the Board.âIt was unanimously resolved that the Clerks be authorized to act on behalf of the Board with reference to the claim of Budden, sent in by the Swansea Bank, for levelling the cemetery ground; that the balance which the Board now believe he is entitled to should be paid over to the rightful claimant in accordance with the measurement arrived at by Mr. Mevler, whose measure- ment was slig-htly in excess of Mr. Roberts. Notice of Motion.âNotice was given by Mr. John Lewis that he would move tho appointment of a treasurer in the place of Mr. Rees Nicholas deceased, at the next meeting.

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ABERYSTWYTH.

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