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ABERYSTWYTH. Last Friday and Saturday very heavy trains arrived over the Cainhrain Railways. The weather has been exceedingly favourable for holiday making. Thursday was an exceptionally hot and sultry day, but a cooling breeze prevailed in the evening, and the Marine Promenade was quite gay with a lively and picturesque throng of visitors. On Monday evening Mr. ILiny Collins' Ministrels entertained a large audience at the Royal Pier Pavilion with a varied pro- gramme of sketches and choruses. The Town Band is more popular than evei. The week's programme included Masaniello," Patience," Mendelssohn," "Songs of the Sea," "Lucia de Lammermoor." The M. and M. Railway offer special facilities for day trips to places of interest along the line. The scenery along the line to Strata Florida is unsurpassed, and the ruins of the ancient Abbey, and its picturesque neigh- bourhood are well worth visiting.

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