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LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD ENQUIRY.

SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY.

MESSRS SAMUEL ALLSOPP A liD…

CHRIST COLLEGE, BRECON-

THE RETENTION OF THE COLLEGE

---DEATH OF THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH.

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THE COMING SEASON.

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THE COMING SEASON. The prospects of the season are so far very encouraging, visitors arriving at the seaside in large numbers. The railway facilities have been much improved, and offer great induce- raerts to the inhabitants of Manchester and Liverpool, as well as of Birmingham and London, to run down to Aberystwyth, Bar- month, Towyn, and the other watering-places on Cardigan Bay. The Cambrian Railway Company is doing much to deserve success, and we trust the efforts will meet with the reward they merit. Nor are the authorities and inhabitants of these summer resorts behind-hand in providing for the comfort of those who patronise them. In Aberystwyth every precaution is taken by the authorities to keep the town in the cleanest condition, whilst the boatmen are most attentive to their customers. Mr Smith's little steamer and Major Braddon's yacht, with various pleasure and fishing craft, give the bay quite an animated aspect. On the Promenade Pier Mr Palmer provides a superior vocal and musical entertainment, whilst the lovers of indoor amusements are supplied with excel- lent theatrical fare by Miss Rainbow. Devil's Bridge, of course, is a great attraction, and many other localities are frequently resorted to. Mr Grove has also provided a very suitable recreation ground, where lawn tennis, archery, bowls, swings and quoits can be flayed. Mr Humphreys-Owen, ia a letter to Mr 1 Stuart Reodel, very vaguely, and in a sort of would-if-I-coald fashion, attempts to reply to Mr L. P. Pugh' criticism of Mr Rendel' letter published in our columns last week. We understand that the Rev Principal Edwards has received an invitation from the Queen-street Congregational Church, Wolver- hampton, to become its pastor. The stipend is not far short of a thousand a year. Mr Edwards need not become a member of the Congregational Union. We have the best reason for believing that the Principal will not leave the College before its future fate has been decided.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

DEATH OF MR CARESWELL.

THE WELSH EDUCATION BILL.

, ABERAERON.

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