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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE.

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THE GRAND FETE IN THE PARK…

TOWN HALL, SATURDAY, before…

ABERSYCHAN.

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ABERSYCHAN. A GOOD SIGN.-The notice for a general reduction of wages that was issued here a month ago, and was to have j coim* into operation on Monday, has beeu withdrawn, and the men are working upon the old price. Tliesame policy has been followed, we leurn, at Blaenavon and Pontypool. Apart from the inference to be drawn, this measure has pr 'vented a "strike," as the men here were, we learn, prepared to ''come out, rather than work at a reduced priep. LECTURE.—A Mr. Short lectured at the school-room, lust week, upon physiology, phrenology, &c. Dr. Lupton presided. The matter was good and well delivered, but t-e attendance was small. VAKTEG HILL. The anniversary st rvices ofthe W cslevan Sunday School were held on Sunday last, when appropriate sermons were delivered by the liev. J. B. Blanch aud Mr. Aston. A collection, made at each service, was liberally responded to. On Monday the children walked in pro- cession to Bailey Glas, the residence of Mrs. Vipond, where they were liberally regaled with ati abundant, supply of tea and cake. In the evening the children, teachers, and friends met in the chapel, when various addresses were dehvercd and appropriate pieces and hymns sung and recited by the scholars.

CHEPSTOW.

CAERLEON.

BLAENAVON.

ABERGAVENNY.