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ABERYSTWYTH. The number of visitors that come to Aber- ystwyth is evidently increasing year by year. The pressure and overcrowding of former years has been relieved by enlarged accommodation. The Marine Parade in the evenings is a good gauge of the number of visitors in the town, and that favourite resort is already pretty lively and crowded during the customary parade hours. The Town Band gives excellent selections of music and adds considerably to the enjoyment of the even- ing. Boating is now getting brisk. In the immediate neighbourhood of the town are some charming country walks over paths and lanes that command lovely vipws of a wide expanse of sea and hills. Praiseworthy efforts are made by the local Footpath Society to improve these walks and to make the visitors better acquainted with them. The Castle Grounds are well looked after. The flower beds and the walks are clean and tidy. This delightful spot, which is well provided with seats, is open to the public, and is well patronized during the season. It commands exquisite views of sea, sky, and mountain, Several large excursions juried during the week, and it is satisfactory to nnd that no untoward event of any kind happened to mar the pleasure of the thousands who visited the place during the past few days,

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