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ORGANISED DISTURBANCES.

MR PUGH AND HIS CONSTITUENTS.

THE LEASES QUESTION.

LOC&.L AND DISTRICT NEWS.

LAMENTABLE ACCIDENT AT LLAN-DYSSIL.

CARDIGANSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

LATEST AND TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.

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LATEST AND TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Observer Office, Friday, 3.45 T HE FORTESCUE-GARMOYLE CASE There is now no chance of the Fortescue- Garmoyle action being tried until the Novem- ber Sittings. It is regarded as extremely improbable that the matter will be arranged. FATAL ACCIDENT. I A YOUTH KILLED BY LIGHTNING. On Thursday afternoon a fatal accident occurred by which a young man named Thomas Rowlands, aged eighteen, living with his father at Ysgubor-newydd, met with his death. The deceased was in a field during a thunderstorm, and was struck dead by ligtning. DISESTABLISHMENT IN WALES. As Mr Dillwyn's motion for the Disestab lishment of the Church in Wales is on the paper for the 29th irlst., and it is very probable that the Government will have appropriated Tuesdays for Government business, the motion is not likely to come before the House this session. THE WELSH EDUCATION BILL. It seems probable that this Bill, which has been looked forward to for a long time, will not be introduced this session. In the face of the policy of opposition and discontent which is being pursued by the Nonconformists in rela tion to the Colleges, it is not likely that the Government will do much to facilitate the introduction of the measure this season. In the meantime intermediate education in Wales will suffer.

REMARKABLE DISAPPEA.RAVCE…

LOCAL LAW CASE.

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ABERYSTWYTH TIDE TABLE.

Family Notices

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