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2ISTSICT INTELLIGENCE.

JUSK.

LLAK VIHANG EL-NIGH- USK.

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LLAK VIHANG EL-NIGH- USK. FlRS. lK'& l t u Vv,'r>' belonging to Mr. William Morgan, of tin, Lower House iarrn, Llanover, and standing near the enurch in this parish, was discovered to be on fire; but by t .e prompt assistance ot the farm servants of Mr. George ntehard ot the White House, and other persons who happened to be near at, the time, aided by a good supply of water, too flames were speedily extinguished, which proved exceedingly fortunate, as a wheat rick stood in close proxi- muy. J.he damage which, owing to the prompt measures Th» I—1 f,1 « eXtent' is covt'red fcy insurance. oripu ut tlle fire was traced to some children amusing themselves near the rick, with lucifer matches, durine the absence of their mother gleaning. The practice of leaving young children at home unprotected, which is very com- mon in country districts, is to be strongly reprehended, and it hoboves parents, when necessity compels them to adopt such a course, at least, to see that they are secured HS far as possible from harm, and more especially that they are not allowed access to such dangerous things in the hands of children as Jueifer matches. The many in- stances that occur of serious results, arising from nefrti- gence in this respect, surely ought to put parents on their guard.

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IMAMHILAD.

CLYTHA.

PONTYPOOE.

ABEEGAVEENY.

ABERSYCHAN.

CAERLEON.

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