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CHURCH AND CHAPEL.

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TREGARON. BOARD OF GUARDIANS, TUESDAY, JUNE 9TH. Present The Rev O. Pavies, chairman, the Rev Evan Alban, Lledrod, Messrs Jenkin Jenkins, Bettws Leiki, John Owjna, Blasnpennal, Roderick Lloyd, Isaac Davies, ana W\ Rees, Caron Lower, W Jones, and T. Arch, Caron Upper, D. Davies, Gartheii, D. Davies, Corwydd, W Davies Gwyn- nl J Morgans, Llanbadarn, J. Rowlands, Llan- geitho, D. Jones, Nantcwnlle, W. Rees, Prysg and Carvan, R> Jones, Yspytty, J. Dewi Williams, clerk J Rowland and E van Lloyd „ medical officers. Statistics.—Out-relief administered during the past fortnightThe combined district, per Mr Thomas Morgans, first week £ 24 los lOd to 200 paupers second week, £ 22 10s 9d to 200 paupers; total X47 7s 7d. Number in the house, 18 last year, corresponding period, 14. Vagrants relieved during the past fortnight, 4. The business was unimportant. ABERAYBON- PERSONAL.—We are glad to state that Mr T. H. rson Maddy, J.P., barrister-at-law, has so far recovered from his long and dangerous illness as to be able to drive out. i FUNERAL SERMON. On Tuesday night the funeral sermon to Capt Rees, "Pleiades," who was recently drowned in the Bristol Channel, was preached at the Tabernacle chapel, by the Rev John Morgans, Rhiwbwys. A large congregation assembled to pay their last tribute of respect to the deceased gentle- man. Sir H. Watkin Williams-Wynn, M.P., has ex- pressed his intention of erecting a spacious cottage hospital at Rnahon, North Wales, to the memory of h's uncle, the late Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn.

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