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LOCAL M.P.'S AND PARLIAMENTARY…

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. ABERYSTWYTH.

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CORWEK PENNY READINGS.—These entertainments continue to retain their attractive powers, and the gatherings are numerous. Anotherof the series came off on Thursday even- ing last, at the National Schoolroomsj when MrR. White, Rhydyglaves, presided. A well-selected programme was enjoyed. SUPPER TO THE CHURCH SINGERS.-On the 7th inst., the Rev. W. Richardson, the worthy vicar of the parish, with his usual liberality and kindness, treated the church singers with an excellent supper at the Vicarage. Full justice having been done to the good things provided, and the cloth removed, the guests were entertained with songs and speeches. PENNY LECTURE.—On Friday evening week, at the British Schoolroom, the fourth of this series of lectures was delivered by the Rev. J. Lewis, Independent minister, on "Rome and its Councils." The reverend lecturer discoursed upon the councils held at Rome since the 6th century, and their results. During the meeting several recitations were given by Messrs W. Lloyd, G. Humphreys, jun., T. W. Davies, and John Roberts, and selections were sung by a party of the Tonic Solfa Class, Mr F: G. Jones and party, Eryr Alwen, and others. The chair was taken by Mr R. Pearson Roberts. There was a good audience considering the inclemency of the weather;. ENGINE OFF THE LINE.-An accident, which might have resulted fatally, occurred at the railway station on Wednesday morning last. The facts appear to be as fol- lows :—As the 8 a.m. train of the Denbigh, Ruthin, and Corwen railway was starting from the station, and passing the first points, the engine was observed crossing to the Llangollfen line instead of proceeding on its own, and thus ran off the rails for about fifty yards; and if it had gone a few yards-further it would have been over the- embank- ment into the adjoining field. There were a few passengers in the train, but none sustained injury. The Great Western, line was blocked up, and the trains were very much delayed; but through the activity of Mr Buckton, Station, master, and Mr Livesey, of the locomotive depart- ment, sufficient hands were obtained to clear the way by noon, when the ordinary traffic was resumed. It is be- lieved the points were out of order, or that some obstruction was between them, preventing their closing. Mr Cart- wright, traffic manager of the Denbigh, Ruthin, and Cor- wen railway, and Mr Roberts, of Gwyddelwern station, were also on the spot. The driver and stoker stuck to their post, and this was no doubt the means of stopping the engine and preventing a serious catastrophe;

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