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KIDWELLY.

I LLANDEBIE.

YSTRAD.

LLANDOVERY.

YSTRADFIN.

LAMPETER.

PENBRYN.

LLANGADOCK.

CONWIL CAIO.

) MANORDEILO.

PONTRHYDFENDIGAID.

CILYCWM.

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CILYCWM. SCHOLASTIC SUCCESS.—Among the list of successful exhibitioners at St. David's College School, Lampeter, we are pleased to find the name of a very promising young boy from this place — John E. Thomas who was awarded £3 :3s exhib- ition. He is the son of Mr Enoch Thomas, head gamekeeper, to Mr R. Campbell Davys, of Neuaddfawr, and is about 13 years of age. He was a pupil attending this village school, where he successfully passed the seventh standard. His further success reflects great credit on the boy, and on this village schoolmaster. SAD ACCIDENT. —Last week a very sad accident happened to a labourer, named John Davies, Bwlchgarreg, near Porthyrhyd, whilst he was engaged in constructing a new road to a farm house called Tynybedw. It seems that he had occasion to blast a piece of rock which stood in his way. The shot did not" go off," but while he was engaged in putting a second dose in the rock, a small quantity of powder, which he did not clear out of the hole, somehow exploded, injuring the man fearfully about the face, and breaking his arm. It is a wonder that he escaped with his life.

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