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ABERYSTWYTH. THE PORT OFFTOB.—Mr Cox having resigned the office postmaster, which he has filled for a long time with uch satisfaction to the public, Mr Henry Humphreys ,s be-,n appointed to the vacant office. THE PURIFICATION OF RIVEBS.—A deputation from the onmittee appointed at the recent meeting waited upon 1 Arnold Taylor, to ask for his advice as to the best %us to pravue in carrying out the object which they ve m view. The proceedings were private. OOABT) OF GUARDIAqg. -At the meeting of the Board of taroians on Monday last, there was a very large attend- j the chair being occupied by W. Jones, Esq., vice. chairman. The tisual relief, which was the only business before the Board was carefully attended to by the Guardians. chairman. The tisual relief, which was the only business before the Board was carefully attended to by the Guardians. SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT THE RAILWAY STATION.—A man named John James, employed at Messrs Durie and Dayies's foundry, met with a serious accident at the Railway Station on Thursday evening last. A number of castings had been loaded at the station from the foundry on Thursday, and were in a truck near the goods ware- house. It is believed that some part of the castings intended to have been put in the truck had been left at the foundry. About five o'clock in the evening, just as it was getting dark, an engine employed in shunting in the yard had pushed some trucks up to the one that contained the castings, and immediately they came together, the shunter heard a man calling out; and in going round, found James with his foot fast between the buffers of the two trucks. Assistance was immediately rendered, and on examination it was found that James's foot was badly crushed, it being feared that amputation would be necessary. It appears from en- quiries that James had gone to the truck of his own accord, without the knowledge of any of the company's servants, with the intention of placing the castings, which had been forgotten, in the truck, and at the time the other waggons were pushed up he was kneeling on the buffer of the truck which contained the castings.

LAMPETER.

BALA.

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SERIALS FOR NOVEMBER.

DOLGELLEY.

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