Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

27 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

YSTRAD MEURIG.

METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER.

I WELSH NONCONFORMITY.

LORD LONDONDERRY AND HIS TENANTS

GAZETTE NEWS.j

NOTICE OF DIVIDEND.

ADJUDICATION.

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I WELSH ITEMS.

FOOTBALL.

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( THE " ABES VST WFTtI 03

THE VACANCY IN THE COUNCIL.

RE THE SOCIETY FOR THE PRO…

THE MARKETS AND FAIRS. ,-

COUNTY BOUNDARIES.

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ABEBAYRON.

LLANILAR.

CHURCH AND CHAPEL.

LLANON.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES.

\ THE MERIONETHSHIRE GOLD…

TREGARON.

Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

TREGARON. KENT AuDlT.—At the I'aibot Hotel on Tuesday, January lUtl!, Mr J. T. Peacock's representative, rec-ived the half-yearly rents from the Tregaroa estate..A n allowance of ten per cent, was granted to the farmers. As usual all the teaauts parcook of a. sumptuous dinner, which was kindly provided by Mr Peacock. iiiSADiss BOOSE.—Tke financial returns of this ius.itution for taeyear have beea drawn up, and show ••ousiderable improvement on the corresponding "t it iment of last y< ar. NATIONAL, SCHOOL.—Her Majesty's inspector's report of the above school has been receivsJ. This school has again been rewarded be excellent merit Uldrk. The following is a copy of the report:— This school has been wdll t-iu^nt, and its effioumcy has 1 ean fully inuutained. In the fourth and fifth, standards the aritameiic was net so good as might have been expected. The children answered well in. grammar and geography, and the maps drawn were very creditable. The needlework of the girls was good in every standard except the fourth. The tsinging by notes was very good. In the infants' class the handwriting was good. More reading matter S'IOUM be provided for tie sccond division- In questioning on obj ct lessons a few of tue more forward children were given to answering oat of their turns. The chiLLen in the lowest division should be taugiit some songs with the others."

MACHTXLLBTH.

PORTMADOC.

BORTH.