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CHURCH PROGRESS IN WALES.-LLANBADARN…

RHYDCWMERE.

MARRIAGE OF MISS M. E. DAVIES,'…

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THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF…

FARMING IN WALES.

CARDIGANSHIRE POLITICS.

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CRICKET.

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APPOINTMENTS IN THE DIOCESE…

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- THE EDUCATION BILL. 1

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AUBI ALTERAM PARTEM.

" GOD BLESS THE PRINCE OF…

GAZETTE MEWS.

FAIR WHITE HAXDS.

ANTIQUARIAN DISCOVERY ON CWMWTTHIG…

LAMPETER.

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LAMPETER. ALLsasD WATCH ROBBERY.- At the county sessions bouse on Friday week—before Messrs Wil- liam Jones, Llwynygroes, and John Fowd.en-Da.vid Evans, of Lampeter, alias "David the Bush, was charged with stealing, on the 16th August last, c silver lever watch, value ie.5 5s, from the person oi David Jones, of Cilgellucha, Pencareg, servant a1 the Gin Shop stable, Lampeter. Prisoner, whe pleaded not guilty, was committed for trial at qnar ter sessions, and was admitted to bail. EORTH. TEE V/ATEE QUESTION.—Mr 11. Gill art, Machyn lleth, who has been selected to arbitrate between th inhabitants of lower Borth and Mr William Jones (OJ behalf of his tenants at upper Borth) as to the righ to the water running from certain alleged springs i- upper Borth, opened his court at the Cambrian Hotc on Tuesday, when Mr Humphreys (Messrs Griflit Jones & Co.) appeared for Mr Jones, and Mr Joh Evans for the inhabitants of lower Borth. Mr Hun phreys opened his case, and called John Davie; Thomas Jenkins, Thomas Jones, Catherine Jones Mrs Hughes, and Mrs Evans as witnesses to prov that they had enjoyed the rights to the water for great number of years, and that the supply was no- almost entirely cut off. The examination and cro s. examination of the witnesses took several hours, an the enquiry was then adjourned for a fortnight. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL CENTENARY. —It is tl intention of the CalvinisficMethodists in this villag to celebrate the centenary of the establishment Sunday schools in Wales on Wednesday next, wht there will be a grand demonstration, fiags, banner and medals having been secured. A procession < scholars will be formed, and march through the v: lage, after which meetings will be held. LLANRHYSTYD. LAYING FOUNDATION STONE.—An interestii ceremony was performed near this pretty little v lage on Wednesday morning, June 10th, viz., layij the foundation or corner stone of the new house Ystradteilo, by Miss Hughes, of Allt Llwyd. T tenant, Mr Sinnett Jones, presented the young la. with a trowel and hammer, with which she set work in a business-like manner and with evide enjoyment. A hole or well had been previously bor in the under stone, and in that a small tin-box placed containing coins of present date. This Y. duly covered with mortar and stone, after whi another and much larger tin box was embedded in li manner, containing the latest editions of the folio ing newspapers: — Morning Post, Aberystvn Observerand Western Mail. The old Ystradte (a part of which is still standing) was once a fam residence of the Lloyds of Ffos-y-Bleiddied f1 Mabws, and was built by Richard Lloyd in 1689. part of the date-li)8 and the initials E. LI. are to seen now in the paved court-yard close to the p end of the old building,the letters doubtless stand for Erasmus Lloyd, son of Richard Lloyd, who p bal)ly performed the same pleasing ceremony on t occasion as was enacted by his young descend; (Dorothy Edith Hughes) last Wednesday. CLARACH. DEATH OF AN OLD INHABITANT.—It is our pleasiug duty this week te chronicle the death of Thomas Jones, Byrccastell, Bow-street, and form; of Nanfccelian, which took place on Friday week the advanced age of eighty years. The decea was one of the largest farmers in the county, had resided in the neighbourhood during the w! of his prolonged life. He was very highly respe; by a large circle of relations and friends, and between thirty and forty years occupied the honor position of deacon of the Independent churci Clarach. He was also one of the leading agricu raiists in the neighbourhood, paying special atten to the rearing of stock, and was a warm and stat supporter of the Agricultural and entire horse Sf. held in Aberystwyth. The funeral of the remair the deceased took place on Wednesday, when a large number of people attended to pay the token of respect to his memory, three of his friends coming from Maentwrog, where his so law is pastor, expressly to be present at the fun The Rev Job Miles omciated at the house, Davies (the pastor), at the chapel, and the St A. Perry at the grave, the proceedings being ducted in a solemn and devout manner. At Llanailo Petty Sessions on Saturday SaT Lloyd, of Llandebie. an old offender, was chargi Police-Constable Alfred Bryant with being drunl disorderly on the 23rd ult. The Chief Constab formed the bench that he believed that during last ten or twelve years the defendant had paid nearly £100 in fines. He was sent to prison for teen days' hard labour without the option of a fi