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RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY.

COITNTY COURT.

THE TITHE DIFFICULTY AT LLANARTH.

CAPEL BANGOR.

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BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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BLAENPENAL. 1

CASTELL FLEMISH.

NEW QUAY.

LAMPETER.

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LAMPETER. OUNDAY SCHOOL UNION.-The annual Sunday school Cymanfa of Independents for the district of Lampeter, which comprises the Sunday schools of Lampeter, Llanfair, Llangybi, Cellan, and Bethel, was held at Soar, Lampeter, on Wednesday, the 18th instant. Each school chose a separate chapter from the New Testament as a pwnc," and the Revs J. M. Prytherch, Wern, and R. P. Jones, Pencader, were the examiners. The schools showed success as regards number and knowledge. A very interesting meeting of No. 636 the (Cardigan- shire) habitation of the Primrose League was held at the Town Hall on the 20th inst. The chair was occu- pied by the Countess of Lisburne in her capacity of Ruling Councillor. Capt Jones-Parry, the district agent forWessex, delivered a practical address on the origin and objects of the league. He pointed out the necessity for real work, and whilst advocating social entertainments as a means of popularizing the league, urged their not being substituted for the end. Mr Jones, of Dynant, followed in Welsh. The entertain- ment concluded with a charming selection of vocal and instrumental music. The singing of Lady Lisburne, Mrs Feltoe, and the Misses Harford was much appreciated. A cordial vote of thanks was awarded to Mrs Harford for the trouble she had taken in organizing the meeting, and three hearty cheers were given for Lady Lisburue, after which "God save the Queen" was sung. The grand council has directed Capt Jones-Parry to attend a meeting on Monday, the 30th, at Aberystwyth. BOARD OF GUARDIANS, FRIDAY, MAY 20TH. Present-Mr David Davies, in the chair, Rev Daniel Jones, Lampeter, Rev Daniel Griffiths, Trefilan, Mr T. H. R. Hughes, Neuadd, Messrs David Davies, Lampeter, David Davies, Cellan, Samuel Davies, Bettws Blcdrws, William Williams, Llan- fairclydogau, David H. James, Llanllwni, John G. Marsden, Silian, and William Williams, Llanllwni. Out-relief, etc. Lampeter district, per Mr D. Parry, .£30 2s lid, to 139 paupers I.lanybyther dis- trict, per Mr John Jones, .£29 17s 6d, to 128 paupers. Number in the house 18, corresponding week last yea.r 22. Balance in treasurers' hands, .-£10 15s Id. Re Daniel Evans, a Pauper.-A discussion took place as to the desirability of claiming repayment of six years' relief given to this pauper from his execu- tor; but it was subsequently resolved that the resolu- tion previously passed that one year should be claimed should not be disturbed. Half-Yearly Accounts,—Resolved that the accounts for the half-year ending Michaelmas last be printed. Monthly Statement.-The statement for the parish of Lampeter for mouth of April was laid before the boart4,

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