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an WE have to hold over a full account of the y, proceedings at the quarterly meeting1 of the Carmarthenshire Chamber of Agriculture on Wednesday. We have considered this course e- prefarrable to giving a phorf, report this week. :t,' MONTHLY MARKET.—The monthly market was held at Carmarthen on Wednesday. There was a good supply, considering the number of fairs held a," in the district lately Cows with calves were in great demand at very good prices—from £ 10 to £ 1" apiece. Barren heifers realised £ 10, and yearlings from to f. 10. an advance on late fair le pricc. Sheep and lambs went at £ 2 to £ 3 a )r couple, fat sheep at 7d to SJ, and tat l.imbs about lOd per lb. There was a fair supply of each. There vrere no pigs on offer, as they are generally èoLl on [Saturdays. Last Saturday, suckers (three II weeks old) were in great demand at 13s to 255 each. n 1ST V.B. WELSH RE(; I -Orders for the week ending 16th May, 1896. Officer for the week, Lieut. if Norton. Company orderlies, Sergt. Jones and Corpl. ■t J. W. Da vies. Orderly bugler, C. L. Jones. Com- pany drill on Monday, in Drill order, viz., officers, patrole jackets and forage caps other ranks, uniform, Glengarry caps, arms and side-arms, one pouch. Fall in at the Armoury, at 7.30 p.m. Band and cyclists to attend Bayonet exercise on Friday, at 7.30 p.m., plain clothes. Recruits drill on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 7.30 p.m. Class-firing on Monday, Friday, and Saturday from 2.30 p.m. Spoon compe- tition on Thursday at 2 p.m. sharp. Signalling practice on Wednesday, at 7.30 p.m.—By order, W. BUCKLEY RODERICK, Captain Commackling H. Co. DEPARTURE OF THE MILITIA FHOr CARMAR- THEN.—The Carmarthen Artillery, Western Division, R.A., assembled at Carm3rthen on Monday. The officers present were the Colonel (Viscount Emlyn), the Major (lIon. Lieut. CoL Sir James Drummond, Bart.), Captain (and Honorary Major) W. B. Morrie, Captain (and Honorary Major) F. B. D.ilrymple, Captain Turner (Adjutant), Captain A. G. Parker, Captain Dudley Williams-Drummond, Captain Grismond Philipps, and Captain Ernald E. Richardson, Lieutenants W. Kennedy, F. C. Keane, Hon. H. F. V. Campbell, Hon. R. A. Campbell. Vendible* Llewellyn, G. P. Roch, H. Davies-Evans, Hon. W. F. Rice, and H. Batb. 59S men of the rank and file turned up, so that tho battalion is at it full strength. They proceeded by special train from Carmarthen station at 3.45 p.m. lo Neyland, whence th% crosscd in H.M.S. Stormcock" to Fort Poptoa. They will, according to present arrangements, return to Carmarthen on Friday, the 29th insfc.

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