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15 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

TREGARON.

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TREGARON. Accident.—Whilst Mr Evan Jones, mason, Pentre, was repairing the roof of a house at Abercarfan Farm on Wednes- day, his foot slipped and lie fell from the top of the house, receiving serious injur- ies. He was conveyed home in a car- riage and it was found that he had frac- tured an arm. He gradually regained consciousness and strength. Thunderstorm.—A sudden storm passed over tile district on Monday night. Flashes of lightning were followed by heavy peals of thunder. Heavy showers of hail and rain fell afterwards and the river Bremg flooded. There was a similar storm on Tuesday night. Election.—On Sunday when the news of the Chancellor's increased majority was received, there was much rejoicing among local Liberals. The children marched in a procession on Monday singing "Lloyd George, for ever." Parish Council.—The ordinary meeting was held at the National Schoolroom on Friday evening. The following members were present:—Messrs D. Davies (chair- man), Thomas Jones, High-street (vice- chairman), D. Jones, Thomas Rees, John Evans, E. Isaac Davies, and D. Thomas, Cambrian House.—Consideration was given to the letter from Mrs C. Evans calling attention to the public path from Chapel-street to Currier-street, in front of her house.—The Chairman said he had discussed the matter and found it was a private path. This statement caused a controversy since the path was used by the public and has not been kept private. -On the proposition of Mr D. Jones, Glanrafon, seconded by Mr Thomas Jones (vice-chairman), the matter was ad- journed tor another month so that the Clerk should make inquiries.—Corespond- ence between Trawscoed Parish Council and Mr J. Rees, divisional superintend- ent of the G.W.R., asking the Company to run a train between 7.40 and 8.15 a.m. trains to and from Lampeter and Aber- ystwyth was considered.—-Mr D. Thomas proposed and Mr D. Davies seconded a resolution in support of the application. —Mr D. Davies was appointed to repre- sent the Parish Council at a. public meet- ing in support of the Welsh National Memorial. Lantern Slides.—Miss Hill, hon. sec- retary to the Young Helper's League, lectured at the National School on Mon- day evening on the work done through !)r. Barnaruo's institution. The lantern was displayed by Mr D. J. Davies, College-street, Lampeter, and the lecture was greatly appreciated. The list of sub- scribers at Tregaron is increasing. The local secretary is Miss Pecco Edwards, Sunny Hill. The chair was occupied by Mr T. Jones, Post Office. Temperance.—The members of the local branch of the South Wales Women's Temperance Union, held their ordinary meeting on Friday evening at the C.M. vestry, under the presidency of Miss Jones, Illar House. A paper on "Why I support the women's temperance cause," was read by Miss M. B. Evans, followed by Mrs Lewis, Llanstephan, who is on a visit to her son, Mr G. T. Lewis, M.A. Mrs Lewis is a strong supporter of the cause and her address was valued. She gave an account of the annual meeting held at Loughor. Mrs M. Mvans, Miss Jones (president), Mrs Evans, Albion House, and Mrs Jones, Brenig-terrace, also spoke. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs Williams, Brenig View.

COUNTY SCHOOL PRIZE DAY.

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NEW QUAY.

MACHYNLLETH.

IBOW STREET.

TALYBONT.

BORTH.

NEWCASTLE EMLYN.

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