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DINAS CROSS. CWRW AT Y GWAIR at the Glan Hotel, Dinas—in small or large casks. Early orders will oblige.—Advt. NAUTICAL.—Capt E 0 Evans of the s.s. Everest paid a brief visit home last Friday from Swansea where his ship lies. ACCIDENT.—An accident occurred last week at Trewrach during the hay housing. Mr. Thomas Geo Raymond was engaged on the hay-stack when he was struck in the shoulder by the hay pitcher. Drs Havard and Rees were in attendance and we are pleased to note that Mr Raymond is improving. SCHOLASTIC.—Mr H E James paid a visit to the Council School last week on his usual l'ound. VISITORS.—Visitors are by no means num- erous up to the present, due, probably, to the unseasonable weather that up to recently has prevailed. Several parties have arrived this week, among them is Mr Llewellyn Peregrine son of Capt Peregrine, Smithfield, who is spending the annual vacation. PRESENTATION.—Mr D George is now on a z;' visit to his sister at Rhoshelig, from Ponty- cymmer, and proposes leaving early in August for America, where he has two brothers Holding responsible positions. On his departure from Pontycymmer, Mr George was the recipient from the officials and workmen at the Ffaldare Colliery, of a handsome gold albert and pendant, suitably inscribed, also a meercham pipe and tobacco pouch, in morroco leather—gifts which testify to the high esteem in which he was held by those employed at the colliery, where he had worked for upwards of five years. The presentation was made at a smoking concert held in honour of Mr of Mr George at the Pontycymmer Hotel, and over which Mr D Williams, one of the officials, ably presided.

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