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LLANILAR.

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GO GIN AN.

ABERAYRON ECHOES.

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BOROUGH MAGISTRATESMDOURT.

LLANBADARN FAWR.I

FAIR WHITE HANDS

THE WELSH EDUCATIONAL CON-…

THE LATE REV. A. H. MACKONOCHIE"

THE FIRE BRIGADE.

I LLANDOVERY.

LLANILAR.

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LLANILAR. SERVANTS' BALL AT CASTLE HUL.—With his usual kindness, Mr Loxdale, of Castle Hill, again sbowed his appreciaticn of the services rendered him by his domestic employes by permitting them to hold their annual ball, and to invite a number of friends to partake of his hospitality. The dance took place on Friday night week, the arrangements having again been entrusted to Mr Nicholls, who carried them out to the satisfaction and comfort of all present. The room in which the party met was very prettily decorated with appropriate and seasonable mottoes, &c. Shortly after eight o'clock dancing was commenced, and was continued with much vigour-except during the interval when the party adjourned to partake of a sumptuous sulper-until a late hour on Saturday morning. Mr Wheatley, of Aberystwyth, supplied the music. After supper Mr Nicholls proposed the health of Mr Loxdale, who, he said, had desired him to say that it was his wish they should all thoroughly enjoy tlemselves. He also referred to Mr Loxdale's consideration for his servants in thus affording them an opportunity of meeting some of their friends from Aberystwyth and spendiug with them one happy evening during the long winter season, and he expressed the hope that they should meet on many similar occasions. The toast was drunk with musical honours. Mr Birken- head, steward at Crosswood, proposed the health of Mr and Mrs Nicholls and family and Mr Cooling, Gogerddan, proposed the health of Miss Hutchins, the cook, and Miss Evason, housekeeper, which were drank with enthusiasm. A most pleasant meeting was spent.

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