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THE COAL CRISIS.

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AN ANGLER HUNG BY A CATFISH.

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ANOTHER WELSH BOATnG DISASTER.

j HOW TO CATCH SPENCER BALFOUR*

CAERSWS.

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CAERSWS. SUNDAY SCHOOL TREAT.-On Wednesday, the 16th inst., the teachers and scholars nf Saint Mary's Churon Sunday School had a most enjoyable- trip to the sea side, Aberystwith being the selected place. On airival a large room wa* in readiness m tbA Market Hall, kindly engaged by Inspector Gough, of the Cambrain Railways Company, where the juveniles aod teacners and a host of friends went for refresh- ments. In the afternoon a tea w..s provided, with excellent ca.ke supplied by Mis Hammond, confec- tioner, and the other provisions were furnished by Alra Savage, post office, and Mr S. Jones, Cambrian House. The following ladies assisted in the tea- making Mrs Dr. Snow, Mrs Spooniey, Mrs Jones, Cambrian Honse, Mrs Edward Humphreys, Miss P. O veus, Miss P. Morgan, Miss Beuoow, Miss vVoosnam, of London, Miss Annie C'leaton, Mrs Phillips, Unicorn, Miss Savage, post office, Miss D. Connel, Mrs Jonei, Severn-street. The following were present at the tea, E. Jones, Esq., Park, Mrs Jon^-s, the Rv J. Hughes, Mr Ralph Neville, Liver- pool, Miss Maud Breeze, Mre J. Evaus, Green, Mr and Mrs Newell Humphreys, Mr G^ugh, Iuspector, Mr Phillips, Unicorn, Mr J. Sp^ouiey, &,j., &c. Miss L. Pugu is worthy of j{rt'ac p aise for her beautiful pleying on tae melodeon when the juveniles were enjoying their tea.

LLANFYLLIN.

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CAMBRIAN ARCHXIOLOGICKL ASSOCIATION.

♦ THE ESSEX MURDER.

THE HOUSE OF GOD.

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