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AN EX-MAYOR KILLED.

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FPITOMR OF NEYfS. .

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0 Thou of Little Faith.

Possibilities of England's…

Dr Jenner.

NATURE NOTES.

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TALYBONT.

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TALYBONT. RATEPAYERS' MEETING.—A meeting of rate- payers was held at the Board School on Saturday week last to protest against the proposed scheme for supplying the village with water proposed by the Aberystwyth Rural District Council. The Rev RETJones, Congregational minister, presided. A resolution protecting against the scheme was passed on the ground that it was too elaborate and expen- sive, and asking the District Council to grant time wherein to draw up a cheaper scheme. Thefollow- ing were appointed to bring in an alternative scheme:—Messrs J Hughes, road surveyor; J Jones, Bristol House; D Hughes, clerk of the Parish Council; J Davies, secretary, Lerry View R Jones, grocer, New-street: Richard Jones, grocer, Golden- key; Dd Morgan, blacksmith. During the past week petitions were taken round the village fer signatures against the proposed scheme on the ground of its great expense. Numeroussignatures were appended. PETTY SESSIONS.—The monthly sessions were held on Thursday, February 6th, before Mr J. Francis, Mr D. Howell, and Major Taunton.—Ed. Roberts, Talybont, was fined 5s and costs for tres- passing in search of game.— Superintendent Phillips charged Morris Nicholas, Ruel Isaf, Bow Street, with being drunk on the highway.—Defendant admitted the offence, and was fined 10s and costs. —Isaac Lloyd, Pwllmawr, Borth, was fined 5s and costs for selling adultered milk.—Morris Pugh, Bow Street, was charged by John James, Gloster Cottage, Bow Street, gamekeeper, with assaulting and beating him at Fir Wood, Goginan, on the 23rd of December.—Mr F. R. Roberts was for the com- plainant.-A. fine of 40s and costs was imposed, defendant being allowed two months in which to pay the fine.-Ann Jane Jones, 5, Pantydderwen, Llanfihangel, summoned her husband John Jones, 40, Oakfield-terrace, Pricetown, Nantymoel, Glamor- ganshire, collier, for that he unlawfully deserted her and neglected to maintain her and her family. The case was dismissed.

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NEW QUAY.

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A STEAMER TWICE RAMMED.!

FATAL nOILER EXPLOSION.

SHOCKING DEATH OF A BABY.

ACCIDENT TO DEAN FARRAR.

CONVICT CUTS HIS THROAT.

BUILDING STRIKE SETTLED.

A COMPLETE VINDICATION.

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T,EAD-POISONING ON THE WANE.