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SIR WATKÆN AND HIS BÄLA TENANTRY.

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MACHYNLLETH.

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MACHYNLLETH. THE GUARDIANS AND THE PRESS.—At the last Board of Guardians it was resolved that the future meeti ngs of the Board be open to reporters. "Two BROTHERS AND AN UNCLE."—A Welsh lecture; having this title as its subject, was delivered in the schoolroom of the Maengwyn-street Chapel, on Wednes- day week, by the Rev. John Davies, Nerquis. The chair was occupied by the Rev. J. F. Jones, B.A., who presided over a large audience. VAGABONDAGE. -On Wednesday week two tramps, giving the names of Thomas Barnett and John Taylor, were brought before C. F. Thruston, Esq., charged by P.C. Richard Thomas with begging in the village of Darowen, on the 15th instant. Barnett was committed for a month, and his colleague for thirteen days, when he will make his re-appearance at the petty sessions, to answer a charge of felony. A PROPOSED EISTEDDFOD.—Arrangements are actively f>rogressing with a view to the holding of a grand eistedd- fod in Machynlleth on the 28th of July next. A com- mittee, with Dr D. R. Pughe and Mr Richard Jones (merchant) as chairmen; Mr Hugh Jones (the Schools) and Mr Evan Williams, Maengwyn-street, as secretaries and Mr Edward Rees (druggist) as treasurer—have an- nounced a programme in which prizes to the amount of nearly JE50 are offered as awards, the whole, with about half a dozen exceptions, being open to the world." The highest prize in the literary portion of the programme is offered for an English or Welsh essay upon The physical features, produce, and commerce of Montgomeryshire," and the principal prize in the whole programme is one of £ 7, for a choir not numbering less than thirty, who shall sing Gweddi Gwraig y Meddwyn" (Pencerdd America), a prize of £4 being offered on the same terms for the singing of "And the glory of the Lord." A prize is also -offered for the best brass band, and a guinea for the best water-colour drawing of Plas Machynlleth, the seat of Earl Vane. The conductor will be Mynvddog, and bards well known in the Principality will act as judges. The patronage of Earl Vane has been solicited by the com- mittee, and most of the leading gentry of the locality have kindly promised their assistance.

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