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YSTRAD MEURIG.

METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER.

I WELSH NONCONFORMITY.

LORD LONDONDERRY AND HIS TENANTS

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ADJUDICATION.

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I WELSH ITEMS.

FOOTBALL.

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THE VACANCY IN THE COUNCIL.

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THE MARKETS AND FAIRS. ,-

COUNTY BOUNDARIES.

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ABEBAYRON.

LLANILAR.

CHURCH AND CHAPEL.

LLANON.

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LLANON. A very successful competitive meeting was held at the Board schools, on Monday evening, the 2nd inst., when a long and interesting programme was gone tnrough, under the presidency of VIrW. Jones,S.D.C Lampeter. The room was well filled. The follow- ing were competed for :—Handwriting of the 100th psalm, best, Miss Emily Jones, Roslan; reading, The Monkey and the Cats," best, Mr Johnny Davies, Rosehill; impromptu speech, best, Mr Richard Evans, Tyllwyd; descriptive speech on "Llanon," best, Miss M. Emily Jones singing Llwyn On," best Miss M. Emily Jones and friend March of the Men of Harlech," best, Miss Anne Jones and John Davies. Also, several songs were given, among which were Sailors' Song," by a party of sailors from Llanon disguised as Niggers T'was you Sir," by Mr D. Davies, Bridge-street, and friends; several tunes on the accordion, by Miss A. Lillian Maude Jones, Cadivor Villa, and by Miss Lizzie Deborah Richards. The proceeds are devoted towards having a reading room in the place A good reading room is a want long felt in the neighbourhood, and it is much to be hoped that this inestimable boon will be permanently secured, where our yoang men can use- fully and beneficially spend their leisure hours and so prevent them lounging about and wasting their time. Through the exertions of the leading men in the place, ib has done great good already, as is shown by the zeal with which our youth take up politics and watch the doings of Parliament from time to time. It is worthy of note tha.t even the little ones are beginning to the feel want of a reading room, for Miss Emily Jones, in her descriptive speech on Llanon, made an earnest appeal to the intelligence of the audience for their sympathy to so grand an .object. Well, then, go on, try to secure a comfortable room, a good selection of newspapers, and have public meetings held periodically towards refraying ex- penses.-A WELL WISHER.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES.

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TREGARON.

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BORTH.