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ABERYSTWYTH

... ABERYSTWYTH. TOURISTS' HOTEL. Mr Macdonald and Mr Macdowal, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Harries, Manchester MR and Mrs Netherwood, Halifax Mr J. and Mr R. Brennan, London Mr Guest and Mr Penton, Birmingham ...

CATTLE

... LIVERPOOL, MONDAY.—The supply of stock at market to-day was considerably lower than on Monday last. The demand for both cattle and sheep was fair, without much change in prices. Beef, 411, to ...

CATTLE

... NOTTINGHAM, SATURDAv.-Smal1 show of beef on offer, and the trade ruled slow, at prices varying from 6d. to 7d. per lb. Mutton, of which the supply was moderate, changed hands at late rates. Sm ...

ABERYSTWYTH

... TALBOT HOTEL. Mr and Mrs Mayward, Liverpool Mr George E. Treeman, Birmingham Mr James Horseman, London Mr T. A. Roddy, Manchester Mr John Jeremiah, London Lewis Hartley, Manchester Y ...

DOLGELLEY

... MRS PUGH, AARAN VIEW Dr J. Freeman, Miss, and Miss G. Freeman, Bir- mingham. Mr W. H. and Miss Winstanley, Fairfield, Liverpool MISS JONES, MOUNT PLEASANT Mrs George, Mr Isaac C., and Miss ...

CATTLE

... PETERBOROUGH, SATURDAY.—There was a fair amount of business done for beef, at 6d. to 7d. The primest descrip- tions of mutton were rather dearer, viz., 7|d. to 8d. Pork realised 5d. to 6Jd. pe ...

. TO MRS. DISRAELI

... TO MRS. DISRAELI. The following little gem is from the last number of Punch, and, if we are not much mistaken, from the pen of_Mr Shirley Brooks:- L ADY of Hughenden, Punch, drawing near, A ffable off ...

CORN, Z-c

... LIVERPOOL CORN.—TUESDAY. A very large attendance. A very. considerable business doing in Wheat. Prices irregular. but the general DECLINE is from ONE PENNY to TWOPENCE since Ptiday. Indian ...

ABERDOVEY

... BENEFIT SOCIETY.—On New Year's-day the 40th anni- versary of this benefit society was held. The members met at the Royal Raven Hotel at 11 a. m., and marched to the Wesleyan Chapel, headed ...