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NEW C ASTLE-EML YN. ENTIRE HORSE SHOW.—The Tiwside Annual Horse Show was held on Friday, April 26th; 37 horses were- entered, and 28 of them were exhibited. The judo-es were -Messrs. W. 0. Brigstocke, J. R. Jordan, T. Evans (Dyffryn Orllwyn), and J. Evans. The prizes were awarded as follows :-Best thoroughbred (3 entries)- Prize, Castaway, the property of Mr. J. Rees, Perthllwyd highly commended, Dalnacardock, the property of Mr J* Griffiths, Parktwad. Best roadster (8 entries)—Prize* Merry Boy, the property of Mr. D. Evans, Talrynil, Llangeitho highly commended, Quicksilver III., the pro- perty of Mr. Griffiths, Stack's Head, Llanio-road. Best cob, not exceeding 15 hands high (10 entries)-Prize, Young Comet, the property of Mr. Jno. Davies* Llwyncelin highly commended, Cardigan Flyer D. Evans, Trewern Fawr, Tregaron. Best cart horse 17 entries)-Prize, Royal Albert, the property of Mr. D. Evans, Talrynn, Llangeitho highly commended Honest Dick, the property of Mr. Jno. Davies, Llwyncelin MINISTERIAL.—Mr. W. Adams, B.A., London and formerly of the University College of Wales, havin'* ac- cepted the unanimous call of the Congregational Church^ of Hawen and Bryngwenith, Newcastle Emlyn, has been ordained and recognized as pastor and minister by public meetings. Mr. Adams begins his ministry under favour- able auspices, and the Churches are to be congratulated on having selected such an able preacher and distinguished scholar. Newcastle ^mlyn will have two distinguished scholars added to Its lIst of ministers this month, the Rev. T. Jones, B.A.. of Pembroke Dock, having accepted the curacy of Trinity Church, in the room of Mr. Roberts who has removed to Llanelly.