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YR WYTHNOS.j

TItYCHINEB OFNADWY.

Dydd Gwyl Dewi.\

Datgyssylltiad,

Gwarclieidweid Aberystwyth.

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j'-HENLLAN.

NEW QUAY.

._r.'--",,I NEWCASTLE

I TREGARON.

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TREGARON. Monthly Market. There was an unusu- ally large attendance at the market on Tuesday, and the beautiful weather which prevailed drew a large crowd of dealers and farmers. It was on the whole a far better market than has been witnessed for some months, and although the trade in England was said to be quiet there was a good clear- ance of cattle. Yearlings, which were rather scare?, were in good demand at prices from £6 to £ 7 Hk. and two-year-old fetched £ 7 to tio. Mi icii cows which have not suffered so much in value as store were in good demand, and their prices corresponded with those of previous markets, viz., from £ 10 to Thirty-four loaded waggons were booked by train. Death of "Caronian."—After a prolonged illness the death of Mr. E. Caronian Evans, Chapel-street, took place Cll Tuesday even- ing of last week, in the presence of the mem- bers of his family, the Rev, Morgan Evans, Messrs. D. Thomas. C.M., Daniel Williams, porter, and Stephen Jones, Brvntivy. De- ceased, who was in his fifty-six1 h year of age, was a native of the town, and had been closely indentified with its activities through- out his life. He possessed a fair amount of literary talent, and although fond of prose he did not cultivate his gift to any great extent. For many years h<> acted as town postman, ,I iid it was only a few weeks ago that the inhabitants presented him with a purse of gold as a mark of their esteem to- wards lum upon his retirement, through in- disposition. "Caronian" gave his support to all things which tended for the benefit of the public. He was a member of the Parish Council and of the lato School Board, ftnd had acted as chairman of both bodies in lÙ; t.)r-i. He conducted the singing at the C.M. Chapel, and also acted as secretary of the Gvmanfa Ganu. and the local branch of the Missionary Society. His familiar figare i will be grently missed, for he wae held in i the lsghe^t esteem by all who had come in contact with him. A large concourse of relatives and friends attended the funeral on Saturday, and deep was the sympathy ex- tended to the widow and her nine young children. The Rev. Morgan Ex-aiu- pas- tor. officiated, the interment being made at Bwlchgwynt.

--A HUGE WHEAT CROP.

--LAMPFm*.

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