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LOOAL.

ELECTION OF SCHOOLMISTRESS.

INCREASE OF VAGRANCY IN THE…

THE TOWN SURVEYORSHIP.

THE BALLOT ON ITS TRIAL.

POLICE ARRANGEMENTS FORTABEU-YSTWYTH.

PONTERWYD.

MINING INTELLIGENCE

TREGARON PETTY SESSIONS.

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TREGARON PETTY SESSIONS. These sessions were held on the 2Rth instant, at the Talbot Hotel, before J. E. Rogers and T. J. Hughes, Esquires. Richard Hughes, Glanyrafon, Blaenpenal, charged William Jones, of Nebo Factory, with having, on the 5th of October last, absented himself from his service Dismissed, complainant ordered to pay costs. Mr Hickox, supervisor, charged David Davies, of Werncoly, Llanddewibrefi, farmer, with keeping a dog without having obtained the necessary license. Fined in the mitigated penalty of 1/ 5s., with a recommendation that the fine be further reduced- Mr Ilickox also charged David Jones, of Cwm- berwyn, farmer, with keeping a dog without a license. This case. which stood adjourned from the last petty sessions, was now, upon the application of defendant, further adjourned till the next petty sessions. Mr Miller appeared for the defendant. The same complainant charged Mrs. Lloyd, of Brynhope, Carron Uwchclawdd. with keeping a dog without a license. Defendant did not appear. Upon proof of the service of the summons and the neces- sary evidence being given, a penalty of Il 5s without costs was inflicted. Defendant's servant-man sub- sequently came forward and paid the fine.

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THE TOWN PROPERTY.

THE TOWN PROPERTY.

THE TOWN PROPER 1Y.

INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES.

POOR LAW RELIEF.

THE TOWN HALL.

PIGS.

TOWN PROPERTY.

THE WELSH UNIVERSITY.

STREET OBSTRUCTIONS.

COUNTRY COURTS.

A IIINT TO ABERYSTWYTH.

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A PROBLEM IN NAVIGATION.

THE LAY OF THE LABOURER.

HUNTINGAPPOINTMENTS.

Family Notices

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