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LLANIDLOES.

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LLANIDLOES. FAIR.-JU]y fair was held here on Saturday last. There was an ordinary supply of stock, but very few h°ad changed hinds, and prices were low. CAMP MKKTINQS.—On Sunday la*t the Llanidloes Corps of the Salvation Army held camp meetings in the Mount Field adjoining New-street. Stirring addre,e,3 were delivered by the officers and several soldiers, and the attendance throughout the day was very encouraging. MR AND MRS EDWARD CARTRR.—II test week's Krpvess we chronicled the death of Mrs Jane Carter, Chin .-street, which took place on Wednesday woek. Mrs Carter had been out the night previous, anl Ilied tbCJut. five o'clock next mo-ning, her death been quite u expected. We this week have the sad ;"U'V of reo riing the death of Mr Edward Carter, winch took place on Friday last at the residence of his -on- in-law (Mr Elias Dakin, manufacturer). Mr Carter bad been in indifferent health for sometime, and lived but a few days more than his faithful wife and help- mate. ACCIDENT.—On Saturday evening last a very painful accident happened in New-street, Llanidloes. Whilst Mr William Evans, of the High-street Bake- house, was going on the back of his donkey towards his farm on Bryndu at about eight o'clock in the evening, when near the smith shop, a carriage was seen coming down driven at a rapid rate, the driver being Mr Lewis Evans, Llangurig, and before either of the parties could get out of the way of the other, the carriage came in contact with Mr Wm. Evans, striking him to the giound with great force, and the donkey was also struck down. Mr Evans was immediately removed to the Smith House, and attended to by Dr Yanghan Owen, who found that two ribs were broken, and that he was generally shaken. Mr Evans was later in the evening carried on a couch to nis home, and re- mained on the oouch until Sunday, when he was sufficiently recovered to be removed to his bed. The force of the blow may be imagined when it is said that the donkey was carried to an adjoining yard and pronounced to be dead, but after a considerable time the animal came round again. Upon enquiry yesterday (Sunday) we learn that Mr Evans had a very painful night, but was considered to be better.

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MONTGOMERY.

FOKDEN.

BETHANY, KERRY.

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