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APPOINTMENT OF A POLICE-SERGEANT 1. FOR ABERYSTWYTH. The following document, signed by the mayor, many of the magistrates, professional gentlemen,,and nearly all the leading tradesmen in the towp, was forwarded on Wednesday morning to Capt. Freeman, at Aberayron. The importance of h-aving a prolwr person appointed to the post which the tate Sergeant Thomas so ably occupied cannot be over-esti- mated — 7o Capt. Freeman, Chief Constable of the Cardigan shire Curtstubulary. We, the undersigned inhabitants of the town and liberties of Aberystwyth, beg leave to convey through you, Sir, a sense of our regret for the great loss which this important petty sessional division has suffered in the death of the late Sergeant Thomas Thomas, No.1 of the Cardiganshire constabulary, and to express a hope that his successor may be chosen for those qualities of integrity, untiring devotion to public duty, and of urbanity as well as strictness in the exercise of his duties which won for the deceased Sergeant Thomas such general confi- dence and esteem. Towards securing such a satis- factory appointment, we with all courtesy take upon 11s to suggest to your consideration for the vacant post police-constable David Evans. now stationed in this town, and who stands one of the highest on the list for promotion. The conduct of police-constable Evans during his two years' residence here leads us universally to the belief that he would in every way prove a worthy and welcome successor of the late Sergeant Thomas, he being a man of intelligence, untiring energy, and unexceptionable character. At the present moment your appointment of P C. Evans to the vacant post would prove singularly satisfactory to this district at large, with which Evans is intimately acquainted, having a perfect knowledge of the various tramps and suspicious characters with which we are infested, and being perfectly conversant with the duties of a sergeant of police, he h iving filled Sergeant Thomas's place in the town during the protracted illness of that officer. We therefore have every confidence in recom- mending to you P C. Evans for the vacant post, and are sanguine thatyoii will accede to our wishes, and so give universal satisfaction in this district.

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THE TOWN" PROPERTY.

PETTY SESSIONS (SPECIAL) -ABER;…

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TOWN COMMISSIONERS; ABERYSTWYTH.

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j¡.,\,,',.. '"PHTTY SESSIOTSS,…

GOGERDDAN ANNUAL PLOUGHING…

GOGERDDAN RENT AUDIT.

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THE TOWN HALL.

CHAMBERS OF AGRICULTURE.

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LLANILAR.

VOTE BY BALLOT.

COUNTY COURT PRACTICE.

LLANBADARN-FAWR CHURCH.

THE TOWN HALL.

STREET NUISANCE. »

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REVIEWS.

H U NTIN GA PPOIN T MEN TST

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