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CARDIGANSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL.

CONWIL-GAIO.

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CONWIL-GAIO. TROTTING MATCH.—On Friday, the 29th ult., a trotting match took place in a fieM adjoining the Royal Oak Inn, Caio. Considerable excitement was manifested in the event, which had been pre- viously arranged to come off early in January, but owing to the continuance of frosty weather the match was postponed to the above date. The rivals for superiority were two splendid cobs, owned respectively by Mr William Ttforga n, King's Head Inn, Caio, and Mr John Lewie, Penrhiw. Mr Morgan's horse was mounded by Mr Dan Jones, Royal Oak Inn, while Mr Rowlands. Railway Tavern, Tregaron, occupied the sad dIe of hi3 com- petitor. A large concourse of spectatois had assembled to witness th.e race, which had created some interest in the district. The contending cobs started at a good pace, that of Mr M organ display- ing superior trotting powers, which he maintained throughout, and ultimately reached the winning- post fully 500 yards in front of his a< Iversary. We are given to understand that the successful cob has 1 in the meantime exchanged bands., at Id is at present the property of Mr Daniel Davies, Xinysau, IO.

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LLANDILO PETTY SESSIONS.

CARDIGAN.

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