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— BORTH. In spite of wind and wave Borth survives. Another season has arrived, and Borth rises and flourishes once more like a flower after the storms of winter. Visitors have been coming in daily, and the place is rapidly fffling up. The roads are in fine order for cycling, and the golf links are in excellent condition. Borth has charms of its own to those who are wishful to spend their holidays in peace and quiet. The visitor can walk along miles and miles of golden sand, and enjoy a -+. read or the pleasures of a sweet converse undisturbed. Should he weary of the sea, he can turn landward, and go far from the madding crowd," and wander along the paths of the vast stretch of peat-land, where the air is laden with the perfume of the Bog Myrtle and the Ling.

CARDIGANSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

SOUTH WALES COALj - DIFFICULTY.

ABERGYNOLWYN.

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WALES IN LONDON. ♦

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