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EPi¿lLL,Y QLARTEIi SESSIONS.

A WELSH AMERICAN PAPER ON…

GAZETTE NEWS.

CILCENNIN.

BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

THE MARKETS.

YSTRAD MEURIG.

ABERAYRON.

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ABERAYRON. SCHOLASTIC.—On Saturday evening a meeting was held in the Assembly Rooms, to select a master for the Grammar School which is shortly to be opened. Mr W. B. Hughes was the one selected out of 34 applicants. Mr Hughes has passed the intermediate B.A. examination of the University of London. TOWN IMPROVEMENTS.—On Saturday night, the 31st December, the new street lamps, which are 17 in number were lit for the first time. The light emitted by the duplex gave general satisfaction. They have been erected at a cost of about .£30, and the com- mittee, composed of Messrs David Evans, J. H. Jones,' J. M. Howell, Dr Williams, Rev Evan Morris, and Mr B. Gold, deserve great praise for the way in which the work has been carried out and brought to this successful issue. I TITHE AGITATION,—More distress warrants have I been served upon persons in the parish of Llanddewi- Aberarth for tithes due to the late Rev Henry Morgan. On Saturday, Mr Bruckshaw, the bailiff, served notices to the following persons: — Capt Jenkins, Aberarth Mr Jones, Ddol, Aberarth; Mr Rowland Pugh, Aberarth and Mr David Jones, Bryn, near Aberayron. The sales will probably take place at the expiration of the usual ten days of grace, as all the persons distrained upon are deter- mined not to pay without a reduction being made.

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