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TOWYN. At the monthly petty sessions, on Friday week before Messrs W. K. M. Wynne, M. R. Pugh, Capt Beadnell, John Sylvester, Humphrey Davies, and W. Bonsall, the Acting-Clerk (Mr David Evans, Machynlleth) announced that there were no cases for trial. SERVANTS' BALL.-The servants in the employ of Mr W. R. M. Wynne, Peniarth, held their annual ball on Tuesday, the 3rd January, when a very plea- sant evening was spent. ABERDOVEY. The Royal Humane Society last week presented Mr William Jones, Plas Dyfi, with their honorary testimonial on parchment for saving the life of John Lewis, son of Capt Enoch Lewis, from drowning on the 11th November, 18 <7. This was the third life saved by Mr Jones. The "Shipping Gazette" is now to be seen daily at at the Institute. CaptD. Morgan is the secretary of the institute to whom contributions should be sent. L-LANBRYNMAIR. PCJYGAIN.—In accordance with the annual custom a plygain was held at St John's church on the even- ing of Wednesday, the llth inst. After a short service, conducted by the Rev J. Jenkins, carols commemorating the birth of the Saviour were sung by the church choir, conducted by Mr J. Jonos. Mr E-Iwin Evans and party, Mr Edward Hughes and party, Mr Jervis aud party, and Mr Wiiliams and party also took part. Mr J. Jenkins presided at the harmonium.

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