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MYNYDDOG AND IOAN PEDR.

. ABERYSTWYTH PUBLIC BATHS.

HOW THE POOR ARE PUNISHED.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NOTES.

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ILOCAL AND DISTRICT.

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT. "V_V'v-v-v ,-y,' MERIONETHSHIRE RAINFALL.—The rain gauge taken every 24 hours in the gardens at Peniarth for the month ending July 31st, 1877. The total amount of rain that fell. 9 inches 0 parts. The largest quantity fell on the IGth, 2 inches 39 parts.—J. G., Gardener. THE SUMMER SEASON AND SEASIDE.—The Cambrian Railways Company have again made provision for cheap excursions to Aberystwyth, Borth, Aberdovey, Towyn, &c. The excursion tickets for these places, issued on Saturdays, will be available for return up to the following Monday evening. On Monday, August 6 (Bank Holiday), there will be an excursion to Borth and Aberystwyth from stations on the Cambrian, main line, and from Llanfvllin, and the stations on the Llanfyllin Branch at the Waal reduced fares. REVISING BARRISTERS FOR CHESHIRE AND NORTH WALES —The following have been appointed revising barristers for Cheshire and North Wales :—West Cheshire, Chester, and Birkenhead, Mr. E. J. Dunn East Cheshire and the boroughs of Staleybridge, Macclesfield, and Stockport, Mr. W. Trevor Parkins Flintshire and Flint Boroughs and Mid Cheshire, Mr. W. Langford Ffoulkes; Denbigh- shire and Denbigh Boroughs, Mr. A. Coxon: Anglesey and Boroughs and Carnarvonshire and Boroughs, Mr. J. Ignatius Williams Montgomeryshire and Boroughs and Merionethshire, Mr. T. Jones. LIFEBOAT SERVICES. The journal of the National Lifeboat Institution, just received, records that at the general meeting of the institution, held on the 3rd May, it was reported that a legacy of £2,000 had been bequeathed to the institution by the late Mr. H. Davies Griffiths; of Caerhun. A sum of money was voted to pay the expenses of the lifeboat at Cardigan and other places, in rendering services by which four li ves were saved from the Cardigan shoreboat, two from the smack ''Elizabeth." of Cardigan, aud five from the schooner Isabella." of Portmadoc. Sums were also voted to pay the expenses of the lifeboats at Porthdinllaen and Barmouth for services rendered. Voted the thanks of the Institution, inscribed on vellum, to Mr. Shadrach Richards, farmer. residing near the Cardigan Lifeboat Station, in acknow- ledgment of his continued valuable co-operatiol) in forminc one of the crew of the Cardigan Lifeboat.

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