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FAItt WHITE HANDS

THE "OBSERVER" AND ITS POLICY.

SANITARY PRECAUTIONS-EXTRAORDINARY

THE CHILDREN'S TRIBUTE.

ICONSERVATIVE WORKING MEN'S…

YSTRAD MEUREG.

ABERYSTWYTH, MONDAY.

CARMARTHEN, SATURDAY.

NEWTOWN, TUESDAY.

POLICE.

ASSAULTS.

llanymawddwy.

SHIPPING.

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NEWS AND OBSKRVA

LOCAL AND DISTRICTNE W S.

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LOCAL AND DISTRICTNE W S. A scries of Biblical addresses are being delivered on Sunday and Thursday evenings, at the Corn Mar- ket, by the Rev A. Allen John. PUBLIC LIBRARY.—Number of books borrowed during the week ending, Saturday May 28th. 362, corresponding week of last year, 308, Visitors 36. A PROLIFIC Cow. —A. Welsh cow, last week, be- longing- to Mr D. Jenkins, Penro. gave birth to two calves, both of which are doing well. Mr William Davies, who is a native of this neigh- bourhood and well-known in the town, has been re- elected at the head of the poll a member of the Clerkenwell vestry. ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. — The teachers, senior scholars of the Sunday school, and a number of friends, in all about fifty, made an ex- cursion inwaggone tes to Llyfnant Valley on Tuesday. The day was delightfully fine and warm, and conse- quently the pic-nic was greatly enioyed. Eowmo MATCH -A four-oar raco, between the College and Town Rowing Clubs, will be rowed on Tuesday evening next in the Bay. The College crew is composed as follows :-H. W. G. Williams, lOst. 6lbs. (bow); 2, T. Humphreys, lOst. 101bs.;3, J. J. S. Rowe 12st_; E. D. Thomas, list. 21bs. (stroke); A. Davis, 9st. 51bs. (cox). The last race, rowed in 1885 was won by the Collegians. All who want to buy Drapery Goods, boys' or men's Ready-made Clothes, dress, furnishing or house hold goods of any description, would do well to call at J. Walter Evans, general draper and clothier Little Darkgate-street (opposite the Corn Market Hall), Aberystwyth. Choice assortment of floor and stair oil cloths and lace curtains in new designs- also latest novelties in prints and dresa goods. Suits made to order on shortest notice. The progress of illustrated journalism is being well exemplified by the efforts of certain of the illustrated papers in celebration of the Queen's jubilee. The Jubilee portrait plate presented by the proprietors of the "Illustrated London News" is a reproduction of of Angeli's picture, and is likely to eclipse anything yet attempted by journalism. Is hns the appearance of a guinea chromolithograph, and being of the highest finish the delicate flesh tints are copied with the greatest accuracy. The plate is 38 inches by 27 inches in size, and represents her Majesty in state robes standing near her throne. The plate accom- panies a pictorial history of her Majesty's reign enclosed in a wrapper, printed in gold and tints, the whole forming a marvellous shilling'sworth of modern journalism. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS.—Approximate return of traffic receipts for the week ending May 29th, 1837. Miles open 182. Passengers, parcels, horses, car- riages, dogs, and mails, i; 1,650; merchandise, min- erals and live stock, .£1,640; total for the week • £ 3,290. Actual traffic receipts for the corresponding week last year :-Miles open, 182. Passengers, parcels, horses, carriages, dogs, and mails, < £ 1,672 • merchandise, minerals and live stock, £ 1,595 total for the week, £ 3,267. Aggregate from commoncat ment of half-year to this date, .£61,5.53; aggregate last year, < £ 59,626. Passengers, parcels, horses, car- riages, dogs, and mails, t22 decrease; merchandise, minerals and live stock, .£4.5 increase total increase for the week, .£23; aggregate increase from com- mencement of half-year te this date, £ 1,927. EXCURSIONS.—On Whit-Monday between 2,000 and 3,000 people visited this town from Oswestry and intermediate towns, and Nottingham, being conveyed hither per Cambrian Railway, as well as a number from the South, cheap excursions being run by the Manchester and Milford Company. On Tuesday, the Foresters of this town chartered a train for the pur- pose of paying a visit to Birmineham, when about 250 proceeded hither, the trip proving most enjoy- able. On Thursday excursionists arrived here from Manchester-the St. James's Sunday school, Colley- hurst, about 500 in number and yesterday (Friday); the St. Simon's Sunday school, Manchester, between 700 and 800 in number, came in early in the morning; and another train conveying the members of the Welsh Congregational Sunday school, Manchester (about 400), who travelled via. Dolgelley, arrived. To-day (Saturday) there will be two parties of excursionists in the town-the Foresters of Oldham and the Ancient Shepherds of Mossley.

LLANDDEWI-ABERARTH.

YSTRAD MEURIG.

COUNTY CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION.

LETTERS OF APOLOGY.

REPLY TO THE VOTE OF CONFIDENCE.

REPORT.

FINANCE.

ELECTION OF OFFICERS.

THE UNIONISTS.

TREGARON.

MR GLADSTONES' TOUR THROUGH…

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WELSHPOOL, MONDAY.

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DEATH OF MR J. R. PHILLIPS,…

THE ODDFELLOWS' A.M.C.

BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT-

SUKEPINA OUT.

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