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MERTHYR (CARMARTHEN).

LLANELLY.

CARDIGAN.

TENBY.

HAVERFORDWEST.

ST. CLEARS.

I.LLANFYNYDD.

TYNYGWNDWN (CARDIGANSHIRE).

ABERAYRON.

LAMPETER.

ABERYSTWYTH.

LLANDOVERY.

BETTWS BLEDRWS.

NEWCASTLE EMLYN.

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NEWCASTLE EMLYN. DRVNKENjiss. â On Wednesday last, a navvy named Michael Mc'Dalment was charged by P.C. David Jones with having been drunk and disorderly in a highway at Llandyssul, on the previous day. Drs. Joshua Powell and David Lloyd were the magistrates, and defendant was sentenced to 14 days' imprisonment with hard labour. There is another charge of a more serious nature against the defendant, and he will be tried at the next Llandyssul Petty Sessions. FAIR.âAn old established fair known as "Ffair haf gyntaf was held in this town, on Thursday last, and was well attended. Carriage horses were in great demand, and prices varied from £40 to JE50. Cattle also sold well, although they were about £2 per head, lower than at previous fairs held this year. There was a larger attendance of dealers than we have seen for many years, and much benefit must have been derived by farmers and others residing in the town and neighbour- hood. ARCHIDIACONAL VISITATION. â The Ven. Archdeacon North held his Court for the admission of churchwardens, etc., at Trinity Church, in the above town, on Wednesday morn- ing. and there was an unusually large attendance of clergy and churchwardens from the neighbour- ing parishes, The Venerable Archdeacon delivered an address in English to the clergy on various subjects affecting the Church in Wales, and afterwards spoke in Welsh to the church- wardens, explaining to them the nature of the duties to be observed and performed by them whilst in office. Later in the day the clergy partook of luncheon at the Salutation Hotel, whicll was presided over by the Archdeacon.

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NARBERTH.

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