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MINING IN CARDIGANSHIRE.

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MACHYNLLETH. RENT AUDIT.-The teuantry belonging to the Plas Estate attended on Wednesday sennight at the Lion Hotel, to pay their half-yearly rent. The esteemed agent, Mr Richard Gillart, was present to receive. Afterwards, invited friends, and tenantry sat down to a splendid dinner at the Hotel, Host and hostess Evans as usual bad the tables spread with all the delicacies of the season. Mr Gillart presided, and Mr Meredith, of Penrhyn, and Mr Edwards, Aber- gwyddol, occupied the vice chairs. The usual rou- tine of toasts followed and a very pleasant evening was spent. RENT DINNER.—Ou Friday Mr Joseph Jones Evans, of Fronygog. received his rents at the Lion Hotel. The tenantry as usual were regaled with a sumptuous repast iu the large room of the Lion Hotel. All the loyal and patriotic toasts were gone through and well received. Local tpasts followed, and the farmers were highly delighted. They broke up at an early hour. THE TOWN CLOCK.—The works connected with the town clock it appears are not to be wound up. For the want of funds the party in charge has struck, and is determined that the clock shall not follow his example. Since Sunday we have had no time. The poor clock is not to be on tick any longer until the sum of five pounds has been paid. It Is a pity to seethe hands before the face in a stationary position, quite ashamed of himself that he can't go an inch. TEA PARTY.-The Sunday school children and those of larger growth held their anniversary on Thursday. They met in great numbers at the Town Hall and marched in procession through the princi- pal streets, singing some very pretty pieces under the able leadership of Mr Hugh Lewis, after which they repaired to the hall and partook of Ithe "cup that cheers but not inebriates." Injthe [evening a competitive meeting was held, and all passed off well.

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