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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NOTES.

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NOTES. CONFIRMATION.-Tho Bishop of St. David's will hold a confirmation at St Michael's on Wednesday morning, at 11.30. Harvest Home Thanksgiving Services will be held at St. Michael's Church on Thursday morning at 11, when a sermon will be preached by the Rev F. J. Jayne, Principal of St. David's College, Lampeter, and in the evening in Welsh at St. Mary's. A MARRIAGE PROHiDfTEl).—On Saturday morning an incident of unusual occnrrenc? took place at the Welsh Baptist Chapel. A marriage was to take place, and the parties interested were all present, when the father of the young man, who is a minor, put in an appearance, and forbad the marriage, to the disappointment of all concerned. CHILD LOST AND FOUND.—On Sunday night a slight commotion was caused in the neighbourhood of Alfred-place by the town crier announcing that a child had been lost. A considerable crowd had assembled, when it was discovered that the child, a grand-son of Mr Tom Williams, coxswain of the life- boat. had been asleep im his aunt's house. TREAT TO THE INMATES OF THE WORKHOUSE. -On Tuesday evening, Nlrs Arthur Hughes most kiudly gave a treat of tea, cake, bread and butter, and jam. to the children of the Aberystwyth work- house, and tobacco and beer, to }he old men. Mrs Hughes herselj, Miss Gilbjrtsou, and the Misses Bousall, (2) of Glanrheidol, were pros jnt to attend to the children's enjoyment of the treat. All there- eipieets were truly grateful for the kindness shown to theai by Nlrs Hughes on he oeeosion. DEATHS.—The Weslejan Methodists of this tUWl have iost twct of their most faithful members during' the last few days. On Saturday morning a telegram announced the sadden death of Mr William Huhb, which occurred in London. Daring the proceeding night, Mr Bllbh hid left hoim on Tuesday. His body was brought home aud interred at the cemeteryjon Wednesday. On Saturday occurred also the death of Mr Richard Evans, tailor, Great Darkgate-street, after a severe illness. Mr Evans was buried on Thursday; a very large number of the townspeople attending funeral.

ABERYSTWFTH TOWN COUNCIL.

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