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20 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

NEWTOWN.

PRESENTATION TO THE REV. J.…

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LLANIDLOES.

LLANYMYNEOH.

MONTGOMERY.

FOKDEN.

BETHANY, KERRY.

KERRY.

ABE EJHAFESP.

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ABE EJHAFESP. RENT A UDIT.-The half-yearly rent audit of E. B. Proctor, Esq., was held atAberhafp Hall on Friday, July 15th, when the usual remission was made, In the evt-niiig the tenants sat down to a splendid dinner, which W8.1> provided by Mr Stokes, New Inn, New- town. The chair was occupied by Mr Proctor, who was supoorted by Messrs S. Morgan, J. Bowen, D. Lewis,and Rogers, and the vice-chair by Mr E. Powell, supported by J. Bebb, and T. Jervis. After diune- the usual loyal and patriotic toasts were proposed and responded to with enthusiasm.—Mr Bowen pro- posed the toast of the Bishop, Clergy, and Ministers of all other denominations.—Mr S. Morgan proposed the Army, Navy, and Reserve Forces.—Mr E. PoweL proposeu the health of the Landlord. He remarked t; at he was pleased to see the good feeling that yx:sted between landlord and tenant, and what an a ivantage it was for the landlord to reside amongst them, so that he could assist them and attend to their grievances more so than if he was a stranger amongs- ti em (applause).—Tne to >st was drunk wiib musical honours.—Song, Roast beef of Old Eng- land," by Mr G. M Evans.-I-i responding, Mr Pcoctor said that h9 was very plea-ed to be ther a no gst thfui, thanked them for the enthusiastic way in -vh!(,-h his health had been drunk. It was always his ambition to stady the interests of his tenantry, and t, make them tiupoy—(Cat-era)—and he hoped it was to their advantage that ho relided amongst :hem He was not like them;joriiy of landlords who, having I received their rents, went to the continent or Born, la.rge towu to spsnd the money, but he hoped to be always able to reside amongst them. He was very much pleased to see the frlfndhip that existed not only between the tenants and himself, but with tbf community at large.—Duet, "Two Mariners," Messrs T. Jervis and G. M. Evans.—Mr David Lewis they, rose to propose the heiltli of Mr Powell, the agent He said that there were other gentlemen in the room whom he thought would be more capable to propose the toast. Bllt as he was one of the oldest tenants on the estate, he felt it his duty to say a few wo"d to the best of his ability, It was his 33rd rent audit on the Aberhafesp Hall estate, and in the course of that time he had seen different agents, but he felt sure that Mr Powell was one of the best. During these years he had seen good and bad time, when corn sold badly stock sold well, and one thing counter-baiauced the other, but this year was certainly the worst he ever remembered,as everything was iow. I He, however, hoped things would take a. more favour- able aspect (ap plause).- Song, Hunting Song," Mr Lloyd.—Mr P,)well, in the course of his reply thanked them for their kind expression, and was glad to learn that the cordial feeling between landlord and tenant still existed. The farmers' prospects were far from being of an encouraging character, still he hoped that there would soon be an improvement (applause). -Song, "Noble boy of truth," Mr G. M. Evans.— The healths of Messrs G. M. Evans and T. Jervis having been drank, the toast of the Host ani Hostess was given, and the proceedings closed.

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SIR PRYCE PRYCE-JONES, M.P.,…

CRICKET.

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