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THE ROYAL VISIT TO ABER- YSTWYTH. IN V IT AT IONS ACCEPT E D. Amonjfst a large number of others occur the names of the following Lord Herschel1. Lord Ken von, Marquis of Londonderry, Sir n anr Lady Williams, Professor John Rees, Sir Lewis Morris. Dr Isambard Owen, Lady Verney, Miss E. P. Hughes, Rev E. Herber Evans, the Hon. Geo. T. Kenyon, Mr A. J. Mnndella, M.P. (the Vice- Chaucellor of Oxford, the Vice-Chancellor of Victoria University, Manchester, Warden of the University of Durham), Earl and Countess of Lisburne, Lord and Lady Penrhyn, Lord Herbert Vane-Tempest, Lord Henry Vane-Tempest, Lord and Lady Llangattock, Lord Harlech, Lord and Lady Kensington, Lord and Lady Carrington, Mr Caleb A. Tate, Rev Corion and Mrs Owen, Mr and Mrs Gwenfryn Evans, Mr A. Keir Evans, Bishop of Bangor, Bishop of St. Asaph, Bishop of Swansea, Bishop of Newport, Mr and Mrs J. Maclean, M.P., Sir John and Lady Jenkins, M.P., Major and Mrs E. Pryce-Jones, M.P., Mr J. Lloyd Morgan, M.P., Sir Watkin and 'Lady Williams-Wynn, Lord- Lieutenants of Haverfordwest, Cardiganshire, Merionethshire. Colonel C. S. Mainwaring. M.P., Alderman Edwin Grove, Mr William Rathbone. Archdeacon of Bangor, Archdeacon of Llandaff, Lieut.-General Sir James Hiles-Johnes, V.C., Lord Tredegar. Lord Powis. Mr J. Herbert Lewis, M.P., Mr and Mrs Vanghan Davies, M.P., Mr W. Tudor Howell, M.P., Mr W. Pritchard Morgan. 11.P., che High Sheriffs of Carmarthenshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Monmouthshire, Merionethshire, the Chairmen of the County Councils of Cardigan. Anglesey, Carnarvon, Radnor. Merioneth, Car- marthen, and Pembroke, the Mayors of Ruthin, Swansea, Newport. Tenby, Brecon, Kidnellv, Cardigan, Conway, Lampeter, Bangor, Cowbridge. Llandovcy. Montgomery, Carnarvon, Beaumaris. Llanidloes, Welshpool, Neath. Dolgelley. Flint, and Denbigh, Rev A. J. Parry (chairman of Welsh Baptist LTnion), Rev Griffith Ellis (moderator of General Assembly), Rev J. Bowen Jones (chairman of the Congregational Union), Mr J. F. Buckley (chairman of the Cambrian Railways Company). Mr Geo. Owen (chief engineer), Mr J. NV. Chairmen of many of the Urban District Councils of Wales, the Town Clerks of Welsh muni- cipalities, and Headmasters and Headmistresses of the Welsh Intermediate Seliools.It is rumoured that Mr Gladstone will also be present. Through the efforts of Col. Sir Warkin Williams Wynn, Bart, and Mr C. E. Howell, the representa- tive of the borough of Welahpool on the University Court of Governors, it has been arranged that a detachment of thirty-oue members of the Mont- gomeryshire Yeomanry Cavalry, under the com- mand of Capt. R. W. Williams Wynn, shall form part of the body-guard of the Prince of Wales on his visit to Aberystwyth. At a meeting of the Fireworks Committse of the Aberystwyth Town Council, held on Friday at the Town Hall,, it was agreed to recommend the Council to expend C75 on fireworks, and that the order should be given to Messrs Brock and Co., London. A meeting of the Decoration Committee of the Town Council was held on the same evening, and it was resolved to recommend the Council to expend 1400 on decorations, and that the Town Clerk should prepare a contract between Messrs Piggott and the Corporation. The Prince of Wales, Mr Gladstone, and Lord and others yet to be named, will receive the degree of Doctor of Laws, and the Princess of Wales will receive the decree af Doctor of Music. Lord Herschell is the Chan cellor of the London University. PETTY SESSIONS, WEDNESDAY.—Before T. Griffiths (Mayor), J. Morgan, David Roberts, E. P. Wynne, and John Lewis, Esqrs. No LICENSE. -Owen Rogers, residing in Pen- glais Road, was charged by P.S. Davies with keeping a dog without a license on the 21st May. ROGND FOR THE "CLIO. David Lloyd, attendance officer, summoned W. Gornall, Trefechan, for not sending his son regularly to school. The father of the boy said that he ;■ s willing to allow his boy to be sent to the training ship Clio." The Bench agreed to this course, upon the understanding that the father paid something towards the maintenance of his boy. DRUNKEN N EdNvi,rci Roberts, Rhcidol Place, was charged by P.C. Richard Jones with being drunk on the highway. Fined 2s 6d including costs. OFFENCE AGAINST THE BYE-LAWS.—Morgan Theophilus. carrier. Llanbadarn Fawr, was charged with driving an hackney carriage on the streets of the town without wearing the driver's badge on his arm.—Fined 2s 6d, and the Bench said that if there were similar offences the tine would be heavier. STREET ARTISTS.—John Foley and Albert Morris were both charged with obstructing the pavement I in Corporation Street. Fined 5s and costs.






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