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CROWDED OUT.

BAZAAR AT NEWTOWN.

LLANIDLOES TOWN COUNCIL.

BOARDS OF GUARDIANS.

MONTGOMERY AND SALOP PRESBYTERY.

FORDEN.

MACHYNLLETH.

CEMMAES.

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CEMMAES. AN ACCIDENT..ON THE MAWDDWY RAILWAY.— On Monday last, a pecu iar accident occurred on the Dinas Mawddwy railway. The train from Dinas Mawddwy, arriving at Cemmes Road to meet the 9-30 train to Aberystwyth, came at a fair rate into the station. The automatic brake was put on as usual, but it failed to work, and the engine rushed against the stationary buffers with tucb force that the last two coaches became detached, and ran a considerabie distance down the line. The passengers were thrown from their seats with much foroe, but none sustained any injury save a few bruises and a severe shaking. Several of the carriages were much damaged. Amid the excitement an old lady jumped out from one of the carriages screaming, and made her way to the luggage van. opened the door, and rushed m. In a few seconds she returntd with what waa once a basket of eggs, but they were all smashed. The con- sternation of the old lady was very great when last seen she was vowing vengeance on the Railway Company's officials, much to the amusement of the passengers.

BETTWS.

CAERSWS.

WELSHPOOL. WELSHPOOL.

A WELSHMAN FOR NEWTOWN.

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BARMOUTH.

NEWTOWN.

LLANDINAM.

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