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THE FLOODS IN HUNGARY. -

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BCSSIA AND ROUMANIA.

SUICIDE AT A LONDON RAILWAY…

CAPTAINS OF SHIPS AND PATENT…

BANKRUPTS, LIQUIDATIONS, See.

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TUBSBAT.

WEDNESDAY.

THURSDAY.

DEATH OF THE REV. JOHN JONES,…

I 1THE TRINITY COLLEGE j SCHEME.

ORDINATION SERVICE AT LLANDAFF…

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POLIUE

rim GAEmF^ ;NATURALISTS* .-.,SOCIETY.

THE HIGH SHERIFF OF MONMOUTHSHIRE.…

THE SALVATION ARMY IN THE…

CONCEALMENT OF BIRTH AT TREDEGAR.

THE MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE…

MANUFACTURE OF ARTIFICIAL…

LISVANE PLOUGHING MATCH

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TIVY-SIDE HUNT WEEK AND STEEPLE- CHAPES.—The festivities in connection with the above event are this year likely to pass off with greater iclat than these of recent years. The races are fixed for the 23rd and 21th of April, over the usual course at Pentro, and two balls (one fancy dreBs) will be held at Cardigan the flame week, in addition to the usual hunt sports. BLAENFFOS (PEMBROKESHIRE) BOARD SCHOOL.—This new schoolroom, of a pretty architectural design, erected for the united dis. trict school board of Llaufairnantgwyn, Llaufi- hangel, Penbedw, Castellan, and Penrith, was formally opened on Tuesday. The weather being delightfully fine, about noon the children of the parishes named were formed into a procession and being headed by a magnifioent banner, bearing a suitable Welsh motto, they perambulated the village of Blaeuffos, returning to the schoolroom, whero about 400, including par'estp&^d others, sat down tc a splendid ropast of tea and oake, which was done ample justice to. The treat was organised through tho kindness of the ladies of the neighbourhood. In tie evening a literary ard musical entertainment was held in the Bap'uiet Chapel, presided over by Mr. B. Evans, CidigUl (the ohainun of trie board). Several choral parties and amateurs from the district took part, and a »ery erjojable evening was spent. The nanal votes of thanks terminated the proceedings. The Clcniraator of the building. tognthw T-WI the ■" hoolirftster'a house, was Mr. John Wilii-.tn", Llangoedmore, Cardigan and the architect, Mr. George Morgan, Carmarthen.

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