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CNWCH COCH.

DOVER LIGHTSHIP IN COLLISION.

A PAUPER LEAVES £ 20,000.

THE BETTTVG INQUIRY

NEWMARKET ELECTION.

A MISERABLE ENDING.

AN EXTRAORDINARY DISASTER.

IRISH LAND CONFERENCE.

JOY CAUSES DEATH.

CHASE OF A HOSTILE CHIEF.

SCIENCE NOT1SS AND GLEANINGS.…

A Ma xIU SUICIDE.

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Meirion Chair Eisteddfod.

NEWCASTLE EMLYN.

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NEWCASTLE EMLYN. TEMPERANCE.—The last meeting in the old year of the local branch of Undeb Dirwestol Mercbed y De proved a most enjoyable one. There was a good attendance at Bethel Vestry. The new Licensing Act, which is the all-absorbing topic in temperance circles at present, was under discussion, extracts from it being read by the President. Tem- perance workers have a great deal to do in seeing that the Act is properly carried out. Miss Blodwen Rees having given a recitation, Achubwch fy mhlen tyn, "a paper on the danger of keeping intoxicat- ingjbeverages in the house was read by Miss SarahAnn Griffiths. The members afterwards sat down to an excellent tea, provided by Mrs Lloyd, the Band, for which she was heartily thanked. TOWN CHAT. By 11 TREFOR." Electric light is progressing favourably, thank you, and hopes to be convalescent and in working order by next winter. The Trinity Church bell has gone on its holi- days. Let us hope it will soon return, spliced to a new rope. The gully holes in Adpar are a credit to the Car- diganshire County Council as showing how they study and preserve the antique. Mr T T Elias's testimonial is said to be getting on swimmingly. A letter received from one of the lettering rams of Nonconformity is a pen picture of pathos. Darkness reigns supreme in Emlyn and Lloyd's- terrace. The oil belonging to Emlyn is said to have gone to be used on the troubled waters of Venezuela while the lamp in Lloyd's-terrace has signed the pledge-refusing on any consideration to retain liquid. Priodas Ceffylau is said to be again about com- ing into vogue—a view which does not lack local evidence,—judging by the number of ladies now practising riding on horseback. The Urban Council are cementing themselves into the good opinion of the inhabitants. Their new sidewalk is like. The Pickwick, the Owl, and the Waverley pen. It comes as a boon and a blessing to men. The inhabitants of Drefach are said to be wait- ing to see whether the Emlyn electric light will prove a success before going in for a scheme. Cardigan and Llandyssul will be lighted by reflec- tion. Spitting in places of worship should be prohibited Any person guilty of this filthy habit ought to be mulcted in a fine, the proceeds of such could be giving to the poor and needy. The Christmas pantomime at the Marble Arch Theatre of Varieties was creditable in the extreme to the lessee and manager, Mr Picton Jones His power and ability in teaching children is marvel- lous, but he lacks a little in the power of organisa- tion There should be a "roll of fame" for members and ex-members of the School Board to commemo- rate the many tussles and trials of endurance they underwent whilst serving on the battle field of Zducation.

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