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ABKRDOVK*.

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ABKRDOVK*. WEATHEB -The amount of br gH sun-h.ne re- gistered lat week was 27 hou's; cloudless days, none cloudy and rainy days, 7 rainfall for the week, 07; temperature, highest maximum, 6.3* lowest, 55 highest minimum, 60 lowest, 50. VISITORS.—Owing to the pr^-vaili ig unsettled weather, the town is not so full of visitors this week and the season visitors iuue not yet, commenced to arrive. It is anticipated that the town will be ex- ceedingly full next month. RAIN.—Rain fell i" torrents on Monday and Tuesday night this v.eek, the downpour being the heaviest experienced here for a long time. It ha, greatly interfered wi h those farmers who were busy with the hay harvest. TRIP.— On Wednesnay, the members ofSt Peter's Church Sunday School went to Aberystwyth for their annual trip. The weather was favourable although exceedingly wet in the early morning and the excursionists spent an enioyable day. J TEMPERANCE.—At the Assembly lytoo-ii s on SÜn- day evering addresses were givui by the Revs. D. D. Evans, Berth, and J. L. Roo" B.A., Ponty- pridd, the latter speaking in English. Mr J. Lumley, jui., presided. RECIIAI;ITF,The half-yearly meeting of the Aagor Dyf Kechabite Tent was held on Tuesday evening at the Literary Institute when tlie balance sheet was read by the secretary, Mr R. Griffith, Tregonwell, showing an increase of seven members and a total of fifty-nine. The funds to date amounted to f53 19s 5d and the payments dur- ing the half year were £ 29 2s 9d. Sill I'Pl.G. -The steamer Asteria" arrived here on Fiiday with a cargo of cement for the Rhayader Waterworks and the steamer Telephone" from Liverpool with a cargo of goods for the district. The "Asteria" left here on Monday, At the wharf, the following vessels are loading slates and liags for various ports The Sw an," Wild Pigeon," Johann," and Pride of Anglesea." The s.s. Lizzie" is expected here next week with a lull cargo of railway sleepers from the Baltic and several vessels are to arrive here shortly with timber.

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