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A Llanelly Coachman in Trouble.

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Shocking Snieide near Llandilo.

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Opecing of the Cardigan County Schools. ENTHUSIASTIC PROCEEDINGS. The opening of the Cardigan Intermediate School took place on Wednesday. The town was decorated, and there was great • enthusiasm. The new building is in English reconnaisance style, fitted up with laboratories, laundries, kitchens, workshops, &c., and is one of the best appointed schools in Wales. The architects were Messrs Geo. Morgan and Son, Carmarthen, and the contractors, Messrs J. Williams. out. OunJigan. At a io one the Mayor (Mr Morgan KlchaTdson), entertained the public bodies of the town and district, the borough repre- sentatives, and ministers of religion to luncheon in the Guild-hall. Luncheon was followed by a grand procession, headed by the Yolunteer Band, to the schools. Arriving at the boys' entrance, the Mayor was pre- sented by Mrs Phillips, Bank House, with a beautitui silver gilt key, with which he opened the door, and declared the school buildings formally opened. At the public meeting in the grounds the chair was taken by the Mayor. Amongst the speakers were Mr Vaughan Davies, M.P., for Cardigan- shire Mr Wynford Phillips, M.P., for Pembrokeshire Mr W. O. Brigstocke, Parkygorse Captain Jones-Parry, Tyllwyd and Professor Lewis, Aberystwith College.

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