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ABERDOVEY. LIFE BOAT PRACTICE.—On Tuesday morning the" life boat was called out for its periodical practice. The crew turned up promptly, and went through their work with precision, under the command of the coxswain, Mr. John Bell. UNITED SUNDAY ScHOOi.s' Tmp. -The preliminary arrangements made for the United Sunday Schools' Trip to Llangollen have fallen through. The counter attractions of the Royal Visit it was sug- gested were drawbacks to a successful trip, which in consequence has been abandoned for the present. ST. PETER'S CHURCH.—Owing to the unavoidabl. absence of the Vicar through the continued illness of Mrs Rowlands, there was only one service, con- ducted by Rev R. Davies, Towyn, held in the Parish Church, on Sunday. Much sympathy is expressed for Mrs Rowlands in her trying illness. THE ROYAL VISIT.A large number from Aber- dovey visited Machynlleth and Aberystwyth to see the Royal procession. On Friday, rockets were fired near the Life Boat House, by Mr John Bell, Cox- swain, who in the estimation of his friends is an emblem of loyalty. Many flags were displayed in the town, the "Royal Standard," and "Union Jack" set up on Aberdovey Hall, by Mr John Griffiths (caretaker) being plainly visible from the Pier at Aberystwyth. OBITUARY. Mr Peter Price died at his residence in Church-street, Aberdovey, on Tuesday morning, after a short illness, at the age of 81 years. The deceased was well known throughout a large dis- trict, and more especially to the farming com- munity, having been the occupant for many years cf Castell Fawr Farm, near Llanegryn. He retired from farming some years ago and lived at Aber- dovey. He was a deacon and treasurer of the Tabernacle C.M. Church, and will be greatly missed as a sick visitor. The funeral will take place on Friday at two o'clock.

CORRIS.

- CEMMAES ROAD

LLANIDLOES.

NEWTOWN.

MANAFON.

LLANSANTFFRAID DEYTHEUR.

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