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TI-IE RATliNG OF woodlands.

. THE LONG CREDIT SYSTEM.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NOTES.

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT. ./"'-....r-....."

----A DREAM.

)A PUBLICAN FINED FOR SELLING…

. PORTMADOC JOTTlG 3.

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PORTMADOC JOTTlG 3. A BCTTEIiFLY. I have in my window fluttering to and fro a beautiful butterfly. It has been in my possession for the last three weeks. When I first found it, it appeared as if nearly dead. I removed it to a warmer room, where it at once revived, an-I iuttretched its variegated coloured wings. A butterfly at Caristrnas time DOLBENMAEN.—SUDDEN DEATHS. On the 30th November an elderly man, apparently strong and healthy, met with his death in a sad manner. He was returning from work at Ty Isaf, when, evidently, he burst a blood vessel, and, being alone, bled to death on the road An inqueat was held, and a verdict given in accordance with the facts. Strange to say, another sudden death took place the same evening in a house called ''Cocyn," inhabited by a John Roberts (a miller), and situa'ed at Pantglas. Roberts and his wife retired to bed that niaht, having with them a little girl. In the morning Mrs Roberts got up, and thinking that the little girl was fast asleep, she put some clotnes over her. When she went up the second time she found to her astonishment that the child bad been suffo- cated. An inquest was held, and a verdict of Suffocated to death" was returned. TREMADOC TEA AXD ENTERTAINMENT. On Tuesday, Dec. 14, the Yspytty Lodge of Good Templars held their third anniversary by treating them- selves and others to tea, currant loaves, and other niceties. About 120 children and eighty adults partook of the treat. The following ladies kindly attended, the tables — Mrs Roberts, Penamser, Mrs Davies, Post-office, Miss E. Hum- phreys, Mrs E. Roberts, Miss J. Morgan, Mrs Laura Jones, Mrs Aune Buckingham, Mrs Margaret Hughes, and others whose names were not sout me. The following brothers" also as,isted :-?oIessrs Richard Williams, Factory, Evan Roberts. plasterer, Henry Jones, H. Davies, E. Morgan, W. Corbett. Mrs Elizabeth Owen and Mrs Roberts, Pensy- flog, presented the Lodge with plenty of butter and miik. After the cloth was removed, tbe meeting was turned into an entertaining one. Prizes were given for reading, the adjudicators being Mr Evan Williams and Mr R. G. Hum- phreys (Rhisiart o Fadog). Addresses were delivered by Messrs D. Junes, house builder, John Williams, ma-ton, Evan Roberts, plasterer, Evan Williams, and others, and a poetical address was given by 1,7 1i meet- ing, presided over by Mr Roberts, schoolmaster, was thoroughiy successful. I should say that the Rev. Mr Lloyd began the meeting by reading a poitiou of scripture and by prayer. The Yspytty Lodge is in a very good posi- tion, financially and numerically. Vjtes of thanks to those who gave addresses, and to the ladies and others who prepared the excellent tea frud bara brith" were eiven. One party was relegated to convey the thanks of the Lodge to Mr Greaves, Tynanney, for his subscription to the funds. PEN-Y-T \VR. ■

EMYN AR AIL DDYFODIAD CRIST.…

SHIPPING.

TIDE TABLE FOR ABERYSTWYTH,…

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¡GOLD MINING- I WALES.-

Family Notices

(PRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS.)

01 GENERAL

. SHIPWRKCK.

. AFRICAN EXPEDITION.

+--EGYPT AND ZANZIBAR.

. DEATH OF A WOMAN OF 77 IN…

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