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YSTALYFERA.I

GLASBURY-ON-WYZ. I

TALGARTH.I

LLANWRTYD WELLS. I

LLANGAMMARCH WELLS. I

SENNYBRIDGE. I

YAYNOR. I

BRYNMAWR.,I

CLYDACH. I

I LLANYRE. I

BUILTH WELLS. I

CRICKHOWELL. I

LLANDOVERY. I

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1. CEFN-COED. I KILLED BY LIGHTNING.-Two ploughing horses, belonging to Mrs Jones, Tanydarren, Cwmtaff, and valued at IC70 each, were killed by the recent lightning. SCHOLASTIC.—Miss L. V. Rees (daughter of Mr R. W. Rees and grand-daughter of Mr George Williams) has successfully passed her B.A. ex- amination, taking ordinary philosophy, special history, and special English as her final subjects. INTERMENT.^The funeral took place at the Cemetery o fMr Mark Reed (High street), on the 5th inst. Deceased had been ill some time, and passed away in the prime of life. He was well- known here, having, for some time, followed the occupation of hairdresser. FAREWELL.—A farewell and presentation meet- ing to the Rev. and Mrs Jacob Thomas was held at Tabor Chapel, on Wednesday even- ing, Mr Robert Roberts presiding. A number of ministers spoke in eulogistic terms of Mr and Mrs Thomas, who had spent 20 years at Cefn. The presentation consisted of a gold watch and a purse of gold to Mr Thomas, a silver tea and coffee ser- vice to Mrs Thomas, a gold pendant to Miss Gwy- neth Thomas, and a fountain pen to each of the boys.

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BUILTH ROAD. -I

I NEWBRIDGE-ON-WYE.

I NEW RADNOR. I

PRESTEIGN. 1

ABERY SKIR.

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