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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.

CORRESPONDENCE

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.

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THE WELSH UNIVERSITY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ABERYSTWYTH OBSERVER. Sir,-Some months ago a correspondence appeared in your paper between OTie who signed himself a "Subscriber to the Welsh University and the pre- sent secretary of that institution, the former asking for a statement of the funds, as supposed to be increased under the new management, which request, however, was not granted. If the Subscriber" who wrote those letters watches what is now taking place he will, I think, find no difficulty in forming an opinion of the pre- sent state of the finances of the University; for last week the secretary's secretary made a circuit of the town and distributed collecting cards to all the children he could find, who afterwards, to the dis- turbance of private families and the nuisance of the public. went about, knocking at doors and obstructing people in the street, begging for a PENNY for the COLLEGE. This fact speaks for itself, and requires no further comment from me, so I shall now subscribe myself, A NON-SUBSCRIBER. P.S. These few remarks were suggested by the allusion made to the above subject in the short letter that appeared in your last issue. ♦

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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