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LAMPETER. PICNIC.—On Monday, Nurse Jarmyn entertained between 30 and 40 of her friends at a picnic on the sands at Aberayron. The weather proved somewhat damp. but this did not seriously mar the pleasure of the excursion, and all thoroughly enjoyed them- selves. The party reached Lampeter at 9 p.m., and it was a treat to listen to their singing as they entered the town. SPECIAL POLICE COURT.—At the Town Hall, on Tuesday, before Mr. Roderick Evans, and Mr. A. R. T. Jones—George Brown, a casual working at the Town Council tar shed on the Common. was brought up in custody and charged with stealing a ham, valued at 16s., on Saturday night from the shop of Mr. Thomas, Harford-square. Mr. John Davies, Cambrian Factory, gave evidence to the effect that lie caught the man with the ham in his possession and handed him over to the police.—Prisoner was committed to take his trial at the next quarter sessions.

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