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PETTY SESSIONS, ABERYSTWYTH.

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PLOUGHING MATCH AT PEITIIYLL.

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PLOUGHING MATCH AT PEITIIYLL. A very successful ploughing match came off at Banal, near Peithyll, the seat of Col. Pryse, M.P., on the II th inst. The attendance was very numer- ous, and the prizes sharply contested The judges on the occasion were Mr. E. W. James, Brynllys, and Mr. Jones, Glanymor. Eighteen ploughs were entered; and the first prize of £2 was awarded to Mr. Owen Rees, ot Gogerddan; the second prize was won by J nines Thomas. Bronsaint; and the third by John Edwards, of Rhydissa'. Several parties, amongst whom were Richard Roberts, Nantseiriol, .John l'ryse, Bronygof, and David Pryse, Brynygof, were highly commended.

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