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THE LLANWRDA WATER CASE. -

LLANDDEWI BREFI.

.LLANFIHANGEL-RHOSY-CORN.

PENDINE.

TREGARON.

ABERGWILI.

LAMPETER.,

CAPEL TYGWYDD.

NARBERTH.

GOLDEN GROVE.

LLANYBRI.

LLANSTEPHAN.

.CILIAU AERON.

ST. CLEARS.

HIGHMEAD.

LLANWNEN-

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LLANWNEN- SERIOUS ACCIDENT.âA serious accident, which las since ended fatally, befel a young farmer, John Evans, of Tynffynon, last Thursday afternoon. He, together with some others were carting guano ;o their respective farms from Llanybyther Station. A. few hundred yards after passing through this village, he fell from off the cart, the wheel passing aver his breast, causing, as was afterwards liscovered, severe internal injuries. The cart was heavily loaded at the time. Aided by some friends he managed to reach the Fox and Hounds Inn, where he stopped for some time. He then got up, seeming as if his injuries were not severe, and insisted on seating himself in the cart once more. After travelling for some distance in this wise, he complained of pains in his chest, and bad to desist from such a mode of travelling. A con- veyance from Hendryd Farm was soon obtained On arriving at his home (Tynffynon), his injuries became extremely painful. Dr Evans, Lampeter, was immediately sent for, and was soon in attend- ance, doing all in his power to alleviate his patient's pains. He became worse and worse, until he died in great agony on Sonday evening. Deceased was well known and greatly respected in the district. Much sympathy is felt for his parents in their sad bereavement. Succiicss. -Among the list of successful exhibiti- tioners at St David's College School, Lampeter, we are pleased to find recorded the names of two yonng boys from this village, John Jenkins, who was awarded a.£4 10s exhibition, and Evan Jones, a .£4 exhi bition. HUNTING.âAfter a long rest, occasioned by the late severe frost, the Neuaddfawr foxhounds were trotted out on Monday and Tuesday. No fox was found on Monday, but on Tuesday they were more successful. ROADS. The roads in the district, especially the one leading from Llanybyther to Cribyn, are in some parts in a wretched condition, making the travelling of vehicles ponderous and slow. The wheels of heavily laden carts sink half their depth into the ruts. This condition is mainly attributed to the sharp thaw which has set in.

PENBOYR.

--EMLYN.

LLANDYSSUL.

LLANSAWEL.

ABERGORLECH.

BRYNSION.

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