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A FEMALE PUGILIST AT FERRYSIDE.

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THE ISOLATION HOSPITAI

zn A ROAD IN JOHNSTOWN.

BUTTE I-Z-]J'UY.'I-NG-CAVEAT…

MOUE FIRE-APPLIANCES.

APPOINTMENT OF COURT-CRIER.

Ferryside Girls' Friendly…

ABEKNANT.

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ABEKNANT. DEATH OF MR THOMAS DAVIES, POSTY-I-CHAF.— It is our painful duty tt-is week to record the death of Mr Thomas Daviea, PcBty-uchaf. Mr Davies was only 37 years of pge his iife, however, like that of many men who gai!i the respect and love of those with whom they come in contact, mas: not be measure! by years but by d eis. His purse, his time, and his skill weio always at the di<pos,a! of any of his neighbours whose necessity cLilllcd them. On Monday list he was hitticd at Abernant. The Rev A. Britton, vicar of Mydlim, officiated at the house. The icvere id gentleman's address was grandly conceived aId delivered with gnch fervour and sympathy, that his hearers were visibly affected. The Key J. Morga", vicar of Abern in^ conducted thef-er. c 's fit the church and st Ih. grav i !e with imprtasiTe d'grnty. The de c-ised leaves a widiw w ani two young children to raourr. ti e r loes. The popular Talog rcerehant—Mr John Thomas-who p ovid d e er) thing for t i i well-appointed funeral carried out his duties with bis usual efficiency. The wel'-tinished oakea eoiilu was made by Mr Dand Davies, Trallwu.

Unnarfclieii County Police…

A VIOLENT BEGGAR.

STABBING AFFRAY AT LAUGHARNE.

Temperance at Ferryside,