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TALYBONT. Rent Audit.—The rent audit of the Gog- erddan Estate for the half-year ended 29th September took place on Wednesday in last week at the White Lion Hotel, Sir Pryse Pryse, the genial baronet, was able to at- tend, and his presence gave great pleasure to the tenants, who offered his warm con- gratulations upon his continued good health. According to his usual custom, he allowed an abatement of 1- per cent., a concession which is muck appreciated. It -is doubtful whether such a liberal reduction is allowed by any other landowner in Wales. After, the business had been transacted, the ten- ants sat down to an excellent dinner, pro- vided by Mrs. Morgan. Mr. Lewis Pryse, of Pantgwyn, occupied the chair. The túa.t of the Go-,ierdclan Family" was proposed in felicious terms by the Rw. lieorge B a A- well, Penrhyncoch, and Mr Thomas TTichhs, Nenaddyrynvp. The Chairman suitably re- eluded on behalf of Sir Pryse. Obituary.—On Saturday, January 2nd the death occurred at the WoodlandB, Tajy- bont, of Mrs. Rees, the wife of Mr. R. H. Rees, of the Woodlands and also of West- minster, London. The deceased had been in indifferent health for some time, but the end came unexpectedly. The remains were laid to rest at Nazareth Burial Ground on the Thursday following, when, in spite of the inclement weather, a large concourse of neighbours and others assembled to pay their last tribute of respect. The service at the house was conducted by the Rev. T. Jenkins, the pastor at Talybont, and the Revs. Caron Jones, Borth, and W. Morgan, Gamofficiated at the graveside. The chief mourners included:—Mr. R. H. Rees, Miss Morgan Gwynfa; Mr. and Mrs. Richards and son, Glanlerry; Mr. Mrs. and Miss Charles, Aberystwyth; Mr. David Rees, Miss Rees, Mrs. Bowen; Mrs. Meredith and Mr. W. J. Charles, London. Wreaths were sent by the following:.—Mr. R. H. Rees, Mr. D. Rees and family. Holbofn; Miss Rees and Mrs. Bowen, Kingsland; Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Aberystwyth; Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Meredith, Kensington; Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Davies. Battersea; Mr. John Gibbs, Walworth; Mrs. Dr. Stanley, Tooting; Mr. Harry Stanley. Marylebone; Mr. and Mrs. Mason, Westminster; and the employees at Woodlands and Tyhen. The funeral arrange- ments were carried out by Mr. David Charles assisted by Mr. John Williams of Aberyst- wyth. PETTY SESSION$. The monthly Petty Sessions were held on Thursday last, before Mr. J. T. Morgan, (chairman), and Mr. D. Howell. Drunk and disorderly.—Acting Chief Con- stable Phillips charged David Davies, Pen- Ion, Talybont butcher with being drunk and disorderly on the highway at Talybont on December 14th 1903.-P.C. Edward Thomas (22) proved the case.—Two previous con- victions with fines of 10s. and costs, and 20s. including costs were stated against defend- ant and he was now fined 40s. and costs. The Bench warned him that if he was brought up again he would be sent to prison without the option of a fine. Borth Assault Case,—David Davies Glan- yrafon, Borth, carrier, charged a family of five persons, viz. Mr. Thomas Jenkins, Miss Eliza Jenkins, and Miss Jane Jenkins, of Penooitan, Borth, Mr. Llewellyn Jenkins, and Miss Rebecca Jenkins both of Rock House, Upper Borth, with a ssaulting and Beating complainant at Borth on December 7th.-There was a cross summons preferred by Mr. Thomas Jenkins.—Mr. Hugh Hughes solicitor, Aberystwyth, appeared on behalf of the Jenkins' The case against the Jen- kins' was dismissed and in the case against David Davies, a fine of 5s. and costs was imposed. i






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