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ABERAYRON. PERSONAL.—Dr Davies, who has been indisposed for the past few days, is, we are glad to learn, recovering. OBITUARY.—Mrs Fanny Lloyd, the relict of Mr Ed. Lloyd, late of Neuadd Llanarth, and one time registerar of Aberayron County Court, died at her residence, Llysaeron, near Aberayron, on Friday last, aged 67 years. She was a native of Gravesend, Kent. She leaves four sons and five daughters. Her eldest son is Colanel Thomas Lloyd, C.B., Royal Cardiganshire Artillery. The late Mr Edmund Lloyd wae second brother of Mr T. E. Lloyd, of Coedmore, once member of Parliament for Cardigan- shire. The remains of Mrs Lloyd were interred by thowof her husband, at Llanarth Parish Church- yard, when the Rev. T. M. Williams, officiated. LIGHT RAILWAY,—We learn on good authority that the whole of the capital for the Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge Railway has been subscribed by influential capitalists, including Mr Francis. of Wallog. The work of constructing the railway will be proceeded with forthwith, and should the project meet with the support it deserves, the line will be extended from Aberystwyth to Aberayron. A meeting of the leading townspeople of Aberayron will be held this week to consider the advisability of supporting the scheme. In our report of the Aberystwyth Town Council the statement made on this matter by the Town Clerk will he read with interest. DEATH.—-Mrs Mary Anne Lloyd, Llyswen, died on Wednesday the 9th instant, at the ripe age of 79. She leaves three sons, all of whom are prominent in their localities. The eldest is Mr James D. Lloyd, stone-carver, of Pantteg, the other two are the lievs U. lI, Lloyd, and J. li. Lloyd. The former being pastor of Glasbury Congregational Church, and Headmaster of Hampton Grammar School, while the latter is Headmaster of Hunting- ton Grammar School. The funeral took place on Monday, the place of burial being at Penycae, Llanarth. The Rev T, Gwilym Evans officiated. TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.—There was a very good attendance at the meeting of this Society held on Wednesday, the 9th January, at Peniel Vestry. The President, the Rev T. Gwilyin Evans, took the chair. Songs were sung by Mrs Thickens and Mr J. R. Davies. The chief item of the evening was a paper read by the President on The progress of the temperance movement in the last century." In an effective, instructive, and altogether interesting address, the speaker traced the advance of tem- perance principles from their start, and compared the state of the temperance cause now with its state a century ago. The address was much appreciated. WEDDING.—On Saturday last at the Tabernacle Calvinistic Methodist Chapel by the Rev J. Thickens in the presence of the registrar (Mr J. M. Howell), the marriage was solemnized between Miss Mary Rees, eldest daughter of Captain Joseph Rees. Louisa House, and Mr Evan Thomas, of St. John- street. London. The bride, who was charmingly attired in fawn silk trimmed with white satin, with a white picture hat trimmed with' chiffon tips and orange blossoms, was given away by her father. The bridesmaids were Miss A. Rees, Miss Jennie Lousia Rees, Miss Gretta Rees (sisters of the bride), and Miss Thomas (sister of the bridegroom). All were gowned in grey poplin and wore black velvet picture hats. After the ceremony the party drove to the bri ie's house, where the wedding feast was served in grand stylfe- to a numerous company, and where the bridalpal-ty received the felicitations of theirfriends-akid-adtnirers. Later in the day Mr and Mrs Thomas- left for Lampeter, en route for Bath,. where the honeymoon will be spent. The following is a list of presents received:;— Bride to bridegroom, gold studs; bridegroom to bride, gold and diamond brooch and diamond ring Capt and Mrs Rees (parents of bride), cheque and household linen; Mr Davies, Bethania (uncle of bride), pair of vases; Dr Rees, Newport, Pem., cheque and table cutlery; Miss A. Rees, ditto, silver cruet stand; Miss J. L. Rees, silver cream jug: Miss Gretta Rees, silver sugar basin; Mr Gwilym Rees, trunk; Mr Ceredig Rees, silver jam spoon and butter knife; Mr and Mrs Thomas, Hafod (parents of bridegroom), cheque; Mr W. P. Thomas, London, marble clock Mr R. J. Thomas, carvers in case and half doz. silver serviette rings; Miss Thomas, half doz. silver table spoons; Mr D. Thomas, Hafod, silver teapot; Mr and Mrs Thomas, Dugoed farm. coal scuttle; Mr and Mrs Jenkins, Pantfallen, silver biscuit jar Mr and Mrs James, Pontrhydfendigaid, cheque; Mr and Mrs Davies, London, dinner service Miss Mary Davies, ditto. cut class salt cellars with spoons; Miss Lizzie Davies. ditto, silver sugar sifter; Miss A. Bugh, Market-street, silver coffee pot; Mr and Mrs Lima Jones, silver laddies Mrs Jones, Hope, Lampeter. eider down quilt; Mrs Evans, Lloyd Jack, wines; Mrs Capt Jones, ditto, linen table cloth; Mr and Mrs J, M. Howell, silver breakfast cruet: Capt and Mrs Jones, Pentwr. pair linen sheets and tray cloth Mr W. Evans, London, pier glass Mr D. Jones, ditto, brass fender and fire irons Mr W. T. Evans, ditto, salad bowl and servers; Miss James, ditto, carvers in case Mr Evans, Tonypandy, silver butter dish and knife; Misses James, Aeron Cotttage, pair linen sheets and mottos; Miss S. Jones, Bethania, counterpane Mr J. Evans, pair of carvers Master H. Evans, tray cloth; Miss Evans, London, mahogany clock; Mr J. Roberts, Manchester house, tray cloths Misses Davies, Tanyfron Villa, silvei jamdish A Friend, silver jam spoon Mr W. Williams, draper, pair linen sheets Miss Thomas, Port Talbot, mantle border Miss Rees, Court Llanon, pillow cases Mr and Mrs Davies, ditto, cheque and pair of pictures: Mrs Evans, Gam, Bethania, cheque "Mrs Captain Thomas, Lampeter, cushion Miss Jones, 9, Belle Vue Terrace, silver teapot; Miss Johns, Newport, Pembroke, silver butter cooler; Miss Jones, Aber- ayron, table cloth Mrs Lloyn, dressing case Mr Evans, Bethania, pair vases Miss Jones, Bethania, a cheese stand; Mrs Davies, ditto, glass jug and tumblers A Friend, cheque Mr Edwards, Bethania, case of birds; Miss Bella Jones, crumb brush and tray Misses Davies, Bodrhyddan, pair silver candle- sticks; Mr and Mrs J. R. Evans, hemstitched pillow cases Miss M. A. Williams, pair of shoes A Friend, cheque Miss A. E. Davies, pair photo frames Miss J. E. Davies, hair brush Mr E. Evans, Llanarth, linen table cloth Miss A. Jones, Pantteg, silver butter cooler Mrs Jones, 9, Belle Vue Terrace, half dozen silver tea spoons and tongs Miss W. Jones, ditto, silver butter knife and jam spoon; Miss Marion Evans, Ianthe House, silver pickle fork Mrs Evans, Aberayron, linen table cloth A Friend, hot water jug Mrs Davies, Rock Terrace, old fashion plate Miss Morris. Bethania, black and gold teapot and kettle on stand Mrs Evans, table cloth Mr J. Davies, Rhiwlas, butter cooler Mrs Jones, cakes; Mr and Mrs Baker, Bethania, Bible and water jug; Mrs Davies, Ciliau Aeron, table cover Miss M. Davies, Gorsdalfa, brass fire irons Miss E. Davies, ditto, coalscuttle; Miss Lewis, Derrigoch, Lampeter, silver cake knife; Mr J. Evans, butter cooler; A Friend, glass cake dish. BOARD OF GUARDIANS. II The usual meeting of the Board of Guardians was held on Wednesday the 9th inst, when there were present, Mr T. A. Lloyd. Llansantffraid (chair- man), Mrs Jones and Mrs Rees, Aberayron: Messrs G. Griffiths, J. C. Jones and A. Lloyd Rees, Llanarth; T. Davies, Lianddewi-Aberarth; J. M. Howell, Henfynyw; Lewis James, Cilie: James Williams, Dihewyd: David Rees and D. Evans, New Quay; David Jones, Ystrad; and D. M. Rowlands, Llansantffraid. NEW YEAR'S GIFTS. The following were thanked for giving new year's presents to the inmates: Mrs Leah Jones for tobacco to the men and buns to the women Miss Edwards,' The Crown, for cake; and Dr Williams for gifts of money. CORRESPONDENCE. A letter had been received from Mr Edward Patrick, Belmont House, Cross Inn, Llandyssul, asking the Guardians to allow him to pay Is a week instead of 2s a week as hitherto, towards the maintenance of his daughter now in the house, be being unable to afford the latter rate.—No action was taken, LUNATIC PAUPERS. A bill amounting to £74 15s Od was received from the Asylum for the maintenances of the fifteen lunatic paupers from the Aherayron Union District now in the Asylum for the quarter ending December last. It was ordered to be paid. MEDICAL OFFICERS' REPORT. Dr Williams presented his report on the fifteen lunatic paupers in his district. They wer all in a normal state of health. The eight foster children in his district were also in a satisfactory condition of health. Dr Evans presented his report on the eight lunatic paupers in his district, also his report z;1 on the one foster-child in the Llansilio district. OUT-RELIEF. Captain David Evans, Aeron Belle, Greenland- terrace, Aberayron, attended the meeting, applying for out-relief, he being about 80 years old. He had some time previously been in receipt of out- relief. After a keen discussion it was eventuaily proposed by Mr J, C. Jones, seconded by Mr D. M. Rowlands, and carried, that Capt. Evans and his wife be offered admittance to the House. RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. Mr James Williams, Dihewyd, presiding. LLANBADARN COMMON. A letter was received from the Llanbadarn Tref- eglwys Parish Council, drawing the attention of the Council to unauthorised enclosures of the said Common, and asking the council to take steps to restore the same. Mr J. C. Jones proposed, and Mr T. Davies, seconded, that the Parish Council be asked to supply a list of all who had been en- closing the Common. A CILCENIN GRIEVANCE. The following letter written by Mr Jenkin Rees, Blaenginawr, Cilcenin, was received from the Local Government Board "Blaenginawr, Cil- cennin, Cilie-Aeron, Cardiganshire, 31st Dec., 1900. Dear Sir,-l beg to call your attention to a parish road we have here from Orfaddu to Cilcennin, full of water over it by the place called the Mountain, gale now and then every winter, no chance to pass without going through the water. Christmas night we had it all over the road, and yesterday (Sunday) I had to go through the water in going to chapel and coming homo. Children must go to school through this water: one of the pupil teachers must go through it in the morning, having his feet wet through all day. The post-woman has to go through it many times; and the Vicar of the Parish has been through it in his trap several times. I think it is not right to have water on the parish road like this. I have been down at Aberayron many times before the District Council, and 13 months ago five of them came up to see the place, and the road surveyor with them, and nothing has been done yet. Water is all over the road now and then. David Morgans, Hostelry farmer, living by this road, having three little children going to school through this water, had a summons against the road surveyor before the magistrates the 28th of last month, but the clerk told the beadle that they had nothing to do with the case, and they ad- journed it for a month, and they had the next meeting in three weeks, on December 19th, when David Morgans was not present, so they dismissed the case with costs, and the reason of D. Morgan not being present was because on the 26th he thought the meeting was to be, in a month's time. What are we to do in having this water from the road ? Will you be so kind as to see into this case at once. Yours truly, (Signed) JENKIN REES." Mr T. Davies proposed, and Mr J. C. Jones seconded, that the following reply be made to the Local Government Board:—"That the Council, under favourable conditions (in the month of May) would examine the cause of the flooding of the road, and would endeavour, at a reasonable ex- pense, to deal with the gradients." LABOURER'S WAGES. It was decided that the labourers be paid 2s a yard for broken stones henceforth, and not Is 8d as hitherto. SANITARY. The Medical Officer was requested to supply n special report on the house of John Jenkins, Garden Cottage, Llanon. MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT. The Medical Officer reported that scarlet fever had broken out in Cilie Aeron. It was advisable to close the school in. consequence, but it was of a mild character. SURVEYOR'S REPORT. The Surveyor presented his report. In it he stated that an offer had been made by a gentleman of a substantial, sum towards the purchase of a steam roller for the highways in the district, if the Council defrayed the rest of the cost. Mr J. C. Jones proposed:, and Mr J. M. Howell seconded, that the Surveyor be, requested- to state the sum, offered: before any further steps could be taken. L-EANINA CASE. A letter- baff, at lilst been received from Mr Daniel Watkins, solicitor, Lampeter, giving a full and satisfactory reason for the delay in sending in his taxed bill of costs against the Council in this case. NOTICE OF MOTION. Mr T. A. Lloyd gave notice that be would at the next meeting of the Council propose that the Council should take steps to induce the County Council to convert the road from Penuwch to Aber- arth into a county road. There was no further business of importance.