NEW QUAY ROADSIDE MYSTERY.-While, Dr Jamespro- ceeding into the country on Tuesday of last week, X passing the village of Cross I,» man lving unconscious on the roadside. On closer examination he saw that the man man suffered from tiired The injured man was identified as M o. Elans' Cnwcyparment, Llanarth. The injured man has now regained consciousness, and it appears that the accident happened through the horse the man was riding having shied in passing a heifer on the r°LlsTeWednesday, at a meeting of the Mgual^m- provement Society, at Towyn Vestry Tom Thomas, Glyngoleu, read an excelle pap ^0CI4L TF^ —It has been decided to hold a '-sw^al tea" at Towyn Vestry on Thursday, December 29th when the young be,, on their Christmas holidays will be FOSERAL SERMOX.-The Rev. E .Am "B delivered a funeral sermon, taking John ST 13. The young man, Evan James U ,1- Cilinrlorlnnd when 14 Hams, had loft Qn^_enticpd there to a firm years of age, and was, Df his parents at Sun- of encineers. On he « Ouav. H0 waS derland he had r<*u™€<Jd <^ilverdale," which *«" 0clobcr was lost whilc sallmg rO.n- 7th for Havana.
KIDWELLY SUCCESS. We are glad to learn of tlie following successes :—Mr. George 'Gravellc in Moderation at Hertford College, Oxford; Mr D. R. Wild in Re- sponsions at St. David's College, Lampeter, and Master Isaac Cydwel Thomas, son of Mr John Thomas, Aldstred-street, who was on top of the list in the examination for Post Office ooy learners held at Neath last week. We heartily congratulate the trio. THE Kidwelly A.F'.C. played the New Dock AL- foions here on Saturday- The home team was but poorly represented, only nine putting in an ap- pearance for the first 15 minutes of the match. The visitors were soon on the aggressive and scored two goals in rapid succession; the homesters after- wards woke up a bit and A. Lewis scored a nice goal. In the second half the Albions infused still more dash and vigour into their play and scored two more goals, after which Kidwelly again woke up and D. J. Lewis scored with a neat shot. The result was therefore a win for the visitors by 4- goals to a: Conspicuous in the home team were E. Furneaux, the Bros. Lewis, and Dan Jones; R. B. Davieg, outside right, and D. R. Wild, inside, com- bined well. AMONGST the various functions to come off here Christmastide are the folowing: Boxing evening grand concert at the Town Hall in connection with Claudia WRilliams Russell, and Mr Aneurin Jones will take part, with Mr W. T. Richards, Burry Port, as accompanist. New Year's eve performance of "Jack y bachgen drwg'" by the Pontardulais Dramatic Company in aid of the Welsh WResleyan Chapel Fund; Christmas Day, special services at Capel Sul, preacher Rev. T. E. Nicholas, Glais, Clydach; Christmas evening, service of song in parish church, "Christmas Chimes'' by members of the St. Mary's Juvenile Guild. GREETINGS.—Our correspondent desires to wish his very many friends (and the others) a very happy Christmas and a very prosperous New Year. ENTERTAINMENT.—The much looked forward to entertainment in connection with the St. Mary's Church English Sunday School duly came off at the Town Hall on Wednesday evening of last week, and was a great success. Mr A. Stephens. Broom- hill, presided, and Mr William Jones, Westend- terrace, the superintendent of the Sunday School, stage managed in an able manner. A long and varied programme of instrumental music, songs, dra- matic selections, and tableaux, was gone through. Refreshments, consisting of tea and coffee, with the usual accompaniments were served during an in- terval. 0 THE FLOOD.—For the last fourteen years, as far as the tide is concerned, we have had perfect peace here, but the peace was rudely broken on Friday evening last, when the waters rushed up with a vengeance. The tide, backed up by the storm which had been raging nearly all day, soon over- flowed the banks of the river, and it was not long ere the banks in several places gave wav, the waters rushing over the adjoining lowlands, and T-oon covering them to the deptin of many feet. At "the railway station and its precincts things were very bad at a comparatively early hour, the station- master's garden being completely swamoed and converted to a raging sea. The scene at 5 o'clock on Kidwelly Bridge was fearsome, yet grand, the crests of the waves dashink at very frequent. inter- vals right over the bridge. The water continuing to rise, invaded Bridge-street, but the inhabitants almost all were able to stop it entering the houses by boarding up the dorways. Not so. however, the gardens on the north side, these being low' were soon covered and formed a dep lake. At the back of London House there are extensive pigstves, and these contained at the time nearly a score of pigs. which were only rescued at very considerable peril. Just before 6 o'clock the waters rushed in & torrential stream up Station-road and reached just past the Post Office, the ground floor of which was soon under a foot of water, and business had of course to be suspended, the officials having to mount tables and benches to get out of the water. Lower down of course things were much worse, the houses occupied by Mr. David Thomas. Mr Walters, and Mr. John Morris, had at least 3 feet of water whilst the houses opposite had about half this depth. lr. James H. Davies, tobacconist and general dealer, suffered very considerable loss bv having a large quantity of his goods spoilt by the rush of the tide to his shop and house. AT Orhcard Villa too, the residence of Miss Griffiths, thinsrs were rather bad for the water entered both from the front and the back and all the ground floor rooms were covered to the depth of a foot. At the Quay the force of the storm and the heavy water were very much felt. Quay House was quite isolated in an ocean of surrounding waters, the ground floor here also being submerged seven feet. There were at the time three vessels in the Quay and these were very much knocked about, the "Matilda," of Laugharne. having her bulwarks stoved in. The 'Quay itself also SUFFERED much damage, the coal shoots, etc., being displaced and broken. A large boat, belonging to Mr. John Rogers, moored near 'by, broke awav from its fastenings, and was carried Tight over several hedges into the football field, where it was left high and dry. A big advertising boarding belonging to Mrs James Jones was torn away from the wall and floated up Station-road merrily. In releasing some young colts from a sub- merged field near the Station, Mr. D. S. Davies, London House, sustained a very nasty cut on his hand. The Railway Inn, Mr. James Wild's place, suffered very considerably too, as did the adjoining cottages, occupied by Mr. David Oakley and another. The water here reached right un to the fire-places. At the Railway Inn several turkeys and fowls were drowned.
BRECHFA DEATH.—It is with the deepest regret that we chronicle the death of Emlvn Thomas, the eldest .sou of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thomas, of Derwendeg, Brechfa, at the early age of 14 years. He had been ailing for many years, having been suffering from -that great enemy of mankind—consumption—which annually carries so many to an untimely grave. The young lad had borne his sufferings bravely to the last. He was always high spirited, and did not wish to show anyone he suffered at all. He was always proud to hear anyone saying he "looked better." However, all the care and tenderness of a loving father and mother were unable to successfully combat with the malady and after only two or three days entire confinement to his bed "young Emlvn" passed away to a land "free from sorrow free from pain." He will be sadly missed in the village, where he was the "pet of all." He had been a faithful member of the Sunday School and othpr meetings held in connection with the Church. The funeral, which was very large!' attended, took place on the 7th inst. The cortege was preceded from the house to the Church by the Children's Choir, which sang suitable hymns. The Rev. T. Jones, rector, offici- ated throughout. The following had sent wreaths: Miss Jones, Rectory. Brechfa; Misses Morris. Rich- mond Villa, Swansea: Mrs. Jones Brynfelin: Mrs. Lewis. Maesvgroes: Mrs. Jones, Tvrvhfiwr; Cousin Tom, Pencader; Mrs. Thomas. Keepers Lodge (aunt) Miss Jane Jones. Llystvn (aunt). W e extend to the bereaved parents and relatives our sincerest sympathy in their hours of trouble. "Had He asked us. well we "know W'e should cry "0 snare this blow," Yes with streaming tears should pray "Lord we love him let him stay."
LLANEDV AFFILIATION OPDER.—On Wednesday week, at the Llanelly Police Court, an affiliation order was ap- plied for by Annie May Davies. Park-lane. Llangen- nech, against John Evans, Forest-road, Llanedy.— Complainant said that defendant, who was a colhr, had promised to marry her.—A document, In which the defendant had admittpd the paternity, was pro- duced by Supt. Rogers.—The Bench made an order of 3s. 6d. per week.
CILYCWM CONCERT.—A very successful concert was held at the Schoolroom on Thursday evening, the 15th inst., the object being to form a fund for the pur- chase of a piano for the use of the neighbourhood. The need of such an instrument had long been felt in the neighbourhood, especially by those who love music and singing, and the good family of Neuadd- fawr very kindly undertook to organize a concert for the above purpose. The success which attended their laudable efforts reflects the greatest credit on both Mrs. and Miss Campbell-Davys, who in con- junction with Miss Homer worked most energetic- ally in training both children and adults for the entertainment. Mr J. E. Campbell-Davys and the Rev. D. Davies, B.A., The Vicarage, acted as pre- sident and conductor respectively, whilst Mrs. Campbell-Davys most kindly acted as hon. trea- surer, and Miss Horner as accompanist. In spite of the inclemency of the weather, the schoolroom was crowded, and not a few had to be satisfied with listening at the doors. Amongst those present from a distance we noticed Mr and Mrs Pryse Rice and the Misses Pryse-Rice, of Llwvnybrain, Llan- dovery. Much credit is due to those who volun- tarily undertook to sell tickets before hand—a duty not, always the most pleasant-and we are very pleased to state that a good sum was netted as the result of the united efforts of many. We should also mention that a very promising young bard recited some complimentary verses to the presi- dent, and was heartily cheered by the audience. The following was the programme :-Duott, "Sun- shine and Shadow" (Glover), Misses Rees and Price; song, "Galwad y Tywyscg" (John Henry), Mr David Davies-, song, "The Bugler" (Pinsuti), Mr Evan Phillips: pianoforte solo. Study in F Minor (Mendelssohn), Miss Edith Campbell-Davys; song, "Come into the Garden, Maud" (Balfe), Mr Evan Davies; song, "A May Morning5" T^enza), Miss Campbell-Davys (encored); song, "The War- rior's Return" (Hughes), Mr Willie Jones; song, "Bwthyn bach melyn fv Nhad" (Hughes), Miss B. Evans: song, "Hyd fedd hi gar yn gywir' (Pughe- Evans), Mr T. Jones; quartette, "Sleep, gentle Lady" (Bishop), Misses Rees and Price and Messrs Jones (encored): song, "The Midshipmite" (Adams), Mr Lewis Roderick: "Fairies Lullaby" (Lutgen), Girls' Party; song, "Queen of the Earth" (Pinsuti), Mr Evan Davies; song, "The Star of Bethlehem" (Adams), Miss Rees; song, "The Old Brigade" (Barri), Mr Lewis Roderick: song, "Thora' (Adams), Mr J. Cole Jones: song, "La Mia Can- zone" (Tosti), Miss Campbell-Davys (encored); chorus, "Soldiers' Chorus" (Gounod); song, "Yr hyn a garaf fi" (Edwards), Miss Price; pianoforte solo, Study in G Flat (Chopin), Miss Edith Camp- bell-Davys (encored): song, "The Demon King" (Godfrey Marks), Mr Evan Morgan (encored); quar- tette, The Singing Lesson," Misses Rees and Price and Messrs Jones (encored): song. "Merch y Seer" (Davies), Mr T. Jones: song, "Oro pro nobis" (Piccomini), Miss May Roderick: song, "Down among the dead men" (Old English, Mr Evan Phillips; glee, "The Bells of St. Michael's Tower" (Steward): finale, "God save the King." The cus- tomary votes of thanks and the singing of "God save the King" terminated a very successful enter- tainment. Mr John Evans acted as hon. secretary.
.FERRYSIDE THE great storm of Friday last will live long in the memory of those who witnessed its fury at Ferryside. The terrible gale increased with the rising of the tide and reached its full strength about 5 p.m., when the stormy winds lashed into fury the incoming tide. The waves were mountain high and broke with tremendous force over the sea wall and across the G.W.R. into the gardens and main road of the village. There was from three to nine inches of water in some of the houses, the furniture having to be removed. The main road was impassable from 5 p.m. until Sunday. The greatest excitement and fears prevailed that the angry seas would succeed in destroying with its irresistable force the sea wall, which is the only bulwark between most of the houses and destruction. The storm had done so much damage to the G.W.R. lines that it was decided to sthop all traffic shortly after 5 p.m., .for by this times the waves were breaking right over the trains. The greatest praise is due to the local staff of the company for the vigilance they displayed, and to Inspector Rees, permanent way, Lianelly, who was on, the scene early with a large number of workers. These set to work to repair the damage, so that by 10 p.m. the first train was able to proceed slowly to Llan- elly. Mr. Rees was left with a number of men in charge during the night patrolling the line, and Inspector Gwyn and Mr Jones, station-master, re- mained at the signal department. As a result of the storm all of the boats in the river, with the ex- ception oi two or three, were sunk. One, the pro- perty of Mr. Harold Davies, was dashed to pieces against the sea wall. An old cottage, belonging to Mr. John Jones, The Sands, was completely de- stroyed, the materials being scattered all over the beach. Fortunately there were no wrecks, or much damage to private property locally, except to the roofing of the houses and boats. A keen look out was kept by the Life Boat Committee and the crew for any signal danger from the bay. OBITUARY.—It is with the greatest sorrow that we announce the death at the early age of 48 years of Mr Thomas Davies, painter, 19, Brigstocke-terrace, Ferryside, which occurred at his residence after a very brief and painful illness. All that medical skill and loving care could accomplish was done for him by Dr. Lewis Williams and his sorrowing family, but all human aid was of no avail, "For God's finger touched him, and he slept," and on Wednesday, the 7th inst., his mortal remains were followed by those whose eyes will long be dim with tears, to the parish churchyard of St. Ishmael, where he was laid to rest amongst his kindred with universal sorrow, for Tommy, as he was affection- ately called, was beloved by all who knew him, for his upright character, kindness of heart, and above all a peaceful, loving neighbour and friend. The deceased was secretary of the Ishmael Sant Lodge; of the Ancient Order of Ivorites, held at the Pelican, Ferryside; a member of the Carmarthen Bay Life-boat crew (one of the oldest) and a mem- ber since childhood of the choir of St. Thomas' Church, Ferryside, where lie sat for many years by his life-long friend "Edwin" who only crossed to that bourne from which no man returneth, about twelve months ago. The following were the principal mourners :—The widow and eight children; Messrs. T. and J. Gregory (brother-in-law), Corn- wall Mr David David, Carlton House (uncle); Messrs Fred and Harold Davies (cousins): Mr and Mrs Jones. Llanelly (cousins) Mr and Mrs Rees, Port Talbot (cousins), and a large number of other relatives. The following sent wreathsWidow and children; brother-in-law, Cornwall; William, Till, and Annie, London (cousins); Mrs Trcgoning and family, Cornwall: Mr W. E. E. Tregoning, Llanelly; Mr and Mrs Tregoning, Llanelly; Mr and Miss Tregoning, Llanelly; Mr and Mrs R. A. Nevill, Ferryside: Mr. E. Neville and Mrs. Davies, Llanelly; Mr. and Mrs. R. Lewis, Rock Cottage: St. Thomas Church Choir (Harp); the Life Boat Committee; an anchor from his comrades Life-boat crew. The following were amongst the large concourse who attended the funeral:—Mr R. A. Neville, Mr E. Neville. Mr C. and Miss G. Tregoning: Mr R Lewis, Rock Cottage; Rev. L-aac Thomas, Mr Scott. Mr J. Jones, Plas, D.C., and the sidesmen of St. Thomas Church, in- cluding Messrs Devereaux, G. Dyke, Capt. Thomas,, D. B. Jones. Cant. Jones and D. A. Daniels. The choir sang the following hymns at the church and graveside. "For ever with the Lord," "Thy will be done." The Rev. D. Williams, curate, officiated ot the house, church, and graveside. The deepest sym- pathy is felt for the sorrowing widow and children. Mrs Davies wishes to take this opportunity of thanking one and all for their kind sympathy and help.
BRYNAMMAN LAST week two hopeless politicians from the above place travelled all the way to Denbigh to record their vote on behalf of the Liberal candidate. John Williams, M.P., will be interested to know that last week, at a Bivnamman meeting, a middle aged member of the National League of Younsr Liberals said:—"Believe me, Mr. Phillips (the Liberal candidate), is a much more promising young man than Lloyd George wav at his age."
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LLANGADOCK DEATH.—We deeply regret to announce the death which occurred, after a brief illness, on Friday even- ing, of Mr. Jackson, landlord of the Railway Hotel, Llangadock. The deceased gentleman was well- known and highly-respected in this and neighbouring counties. His removal by death has caused quite a gloom. He leaves a widow and a number of children and grandchildren, for whom the greatest sympathy is felt. Deceased was about 73 years of age. He had lived at the Railway Hotel for over 30 years, and always conducted his house in a manner that won the commendation of the authorities. DEATH OF AX OLD POSTMAN.—The death occurred on Sunday of Mr. David Davies, Glandyrfal, one of Llangadock's oldest postmen, after only three days' illness. Deceased was about 50 years of age, and had been on the Abermarlais route many years. He was a deacon of Providence Congregational Church. Leaves a widow and several children. REXT AUDIT.—The rent audit of the Maesygwer- nen Hail Estate, Morriston, was held at the Red Lion Hotel, Llangadock, on Tuesday, when the rents were received by the agent (Mr. W7. J. Rees, Swan- sea). The tenants were afterwards entertained to a dinner prepared in their usual capable style by Host and Hostess Jones. DEATH.—It is with sincere regret we have to an- nounce the death of the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. James, Ivy Cottage, which occurred after only about an hour's illness. The parents have the greatest sympathy of the whole inhabitants in their very sad bereavement. ALLEGED SHEEP WORRYING.—At the Llangadock Petty Sessions on Thursday of last week, before Mr. D. Jones-Lewis, Llwyncelyn (in the chair); Alderman C. P. Lewis, Llandovery, and Mr. Recs Lewis, Brownhill, John Williams, Maes-y-bont, Llanddau- sant, charged Thomas Thomas, Blaenau, in the same parish, with sheep worrying. Mr. T. Geo. Williams Llandilo appeared for the prosecution, whilst, Mr T. Ludford, Llanelly, defended From the evidence of the complainant it appeared that on Sunday, the 4th inst. he and one John Davies were on the road about a quarter of a mile from Blaenau Falls. They saw a man on the mountain with three doys worrying sheep. They recognized themaii de- fendants. When approaching the swim bath near the falls they saw defendant throwing one sheep into the bath. On going to the bath they found three other sheep in the bath Investigation showed one sheep to be dead. Complainant asked defendant what. he meant by throwing the sheep into the bath. He made no reply but bent his head and went away. Mr. Ludford cross-examined with a view to showing that there was some malice between the parties.— John Davies, the other man referred to, gave corro- borative evidence.For the defence Thomas Thomas, the defendant, was called. He denied having been out of the house that day between 1, o'clock and 4.30, the hours between which the offence was alleged to have been committed, and said he knew nothing about the matter.—Corroborative evidence was given by defendant's sister-in-law and wife bear- on the denial.—After a lengthy hearing the Bench said they had come to the unanimous conclusion that defendant had committed an act of gross cruelty. He was fined £2 and costs, and advocate's fee was allowed.
RHOSAMMAN BETHAXIA M.I.S.—The following was the pro- gramme at the weekly meeting of this society, held on Thursday, the 15th inst:—Papers, "Susannah," Miss Mary Anthony; "Fy Llyfr Emynau," Mrs. Ann Davies; "Williams, Pantycelyn," Mr. Willie Jones; recitation, Master Lloyd Jones; song, Miss Olwen Davies. Mr. David Jacob Rees was the chairman. •
AMMANFORD HOCKEY.—Ammanford v. Swansea 1st.—Played on the Ammanford, ground on Saturday before a good crowd. The ground was in a very heavy condition owning to the recent rain. The Ammanford team was as follows:—Goal, Wyndham Davies; backs, Harold Jones, and Bertie Fisher; haif-backs, Er- nest Evans, Reggie Johns, and Jack Thomas; for- wards, Dai Davies, Martin Davies, Southern, Olive, and Edwards. Referees, Messrs. D. Price and J. Jones. In the first half (during which both teams scored a goal each) Ammanford had most of the play. In the early portion of the second half, play again ruled in favour of the homesters. How- ever, they lacked the combination of the visitors. The game ended in a draw, both teams scoring three goals each. The scores for Ammanford was Martin Davies, (1) and Southern (2). For the hom- esters Martin Davies and Southern were the pick of the forwards, while at half-back Harold Jones, played a very safe game. WHITE'S PIOTURE PALACE.—A benefit perform- ance was given by Mr. White (proprietor) at the above place on Wednesday evening, the 14th., inst., in aid of Mr. David Rees, Quay-street, Ammanford who has been unable to follow his employment for the last two years. The entire proceeds which amounted to over JB3, was handed over to Mr. Rees. SERIOUS AccfDENT.—On Friday evening a serious accident occurred at Gorseinon Station L. & N.W.R. It appears that a plasterer named Thomas Brooks, (50) of 30, Harold-Jti<eet, Tirj^dail, Ammanford, (and employed by Mr. S. Roberts. Ammanford, attempted to alight from a train before it stopped and t result was that the unfortunate man col- lided with a hamper which was on the platform, and fell underneath the train. The accident, which happened about seven o'clock, caused a great deal of commotion, as it was seen that Brooks had re- ceived very serious injuries. He was immediately conveyed to the Swansea Hospital, where he was admitted about 9 o'clock.On examination it was found that he was suffering from a crushed right foot, and about 10 o'clock it was deemed advisable to amputate the right leg. We understand that Brooks is progressing as favourably as can be expected. CHRISTMAS TEMPLE Y.P.S.—At the weekly meet- ing of this society, held on Wednesday evening, the 14th., inst., Mr. John Jones, Talbot-road, read a paper on Hhai o gymeiiadau o ganrif ddiweddaf a'u dylanwad ar yr OC8 bresenol." HALF-YEARLY SERVICES.—On Saturday evening and Sunday, the 17th and 18th inst., the half-yearly ser- vices in connection with the Christian Temple were held. The Revs. W. Parri-Huws, Dolgelly, and J. I Phillips, Cwmavon, preached eloquent sermons to very large congregations, especially so on Sunday evening, when the sacred edifice was crowded. Col- lections were made at each service towards liquidat- ing the present debt.
LAMPETER PROLIFIC COW.—On Sunday morning last a favourite cow of Mrs. Mary Evans, of Maespwll, near this town, gave birth to two calves with two heads. The happy quadrupeds are doing well, and the calves arc in good condition. MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY.—A well-attended meeting, presided over by Mr. E. J. Morgan, of the above society was held on Thursday evening of last week. Those present were well repaid for a most interesting debate was the result. The question for discussion was "That single blessedness is desirable and the leaders were Miss A. J. Edwards, Mill, and the Rev. T. LI. Roderick. The following also took part:—Messrs J. Lloyd Jones, Enoch Stephens, Rev S. E. Prydderch, and Misses Moses, Walters, and E. Davies. On the question being put to the vote there was a decided majority in favour of the affirmative. LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY.—A meeting of this flourishing" society was held at the Memorial Hall on Thursday evening. There was a large attendance. Mr R. J. Parry, Glyn, presided, who made some excellent remarks in opening the pro- ceedings. The subject for debate was "Should Members of Parliament be Paid?" Mr T. H. Wil- liams, Dulas Hall, opened the debate in the affirma- tive, while the negative was championed by Mr. Arnold W. Davies, solicit,OY. A vigorous discussion followed, in which the following took part:—Miss Thomas, Bryn Arthur; Miss Ella Davies, Bridge- street Mr W. Lewis, Arrryn; Mr R. Croft, Sta- tion-terrace; Mr E. W. Davies, Drovers"-road; Mr H. Roberts, Bryn Llewellyn, and Mr. T. Roberts, Lloyds Bank, On being put to the vote, tr.e affirmative was declared carried by a large majority. SCHOLASTIC SUCCESS.—We heartily congratulate Mr R. M. Davies, son of Mr Davies. Myrtle Hill, upon his success in winning an exhibition at St. John's College. Cambridge. He is a credit to the Rev. W. LI. Footman, headmaster of St. David's College School, and the assistant master, and we wish him every success in future. This school is constantly winning fresh laurels, ajuT the large number of pupils is proof that its renown as a scholastic institution has spread far and wide. BOARD OF GUARDIANS—A meeting of the Board was held on Friday last. Present: Rev. J. N. Evans, presiding: Messrs. W. Inglis Jones, Derry I Ormond: v. Robert Jones. Llwyngroes; Evan Davies, Bryngeler; John Jones, Cwmvnach; T. M. Griffiths. Blaencwm John T. Davies. Crugywheel; T. G. Williams, Gwarnant; Rees L'ew. Evans, Llanybvther: E. Jones, Llanvbyther; B. T. Lewis. Talfedw. and Wm, Edwards. Cwmcanol; Drs. Abel Evans nd E C. Thomas, medical officers, and Mr. J. Ernest Lloyd, clerk. Qut-relief, etc.—The amount of relief administered during the fortnight was as follows:—Lampeter dis- trict. ner Mr. T. LI. Evans. £43 14s. to 137 pauners; Llanybvther district, per Mr. David Evans, £49 5s. 3d. to 100 pauners. Number in the House. 26; cor- responding* week last year. 22. Vagrants relieved during the fortnicht, 62; corresponding last year, 66. Report.—The Master reported that four persons had been admitted into the House during the fort- night. Old Age Pensions.—The Clerk read over and ex- plained the recent circular of the Local Government Board upon the question of the right of persons in receipt of relief to claim old age pensions. LAMPETER RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. A meeting of the Council was held after the Board, presided over by the Rev. J. N. Evans. Report.—The Inspector reported that in accord- ance with instructions received at the last meeting he had taken a sample of water from Talsarn Village pump for analysis and had now the pleasure of submitting the analysis, which ws as follows:— "These results are not wholly satisfactory. They show the water to have suffered contamination by drainage or similar impurity. The greater part of the polluting matter has subsequently undergone spontaneous destruction by oxidation, but such a process cannot be relied upon to continue. Such a water may often be drunk with impunity, but from the character of the environment and the fact that the analysis indicates past contamination I cannot recommend the water for drinking and general domestic purposes."—The Inspector also reported that a case of diphtheria was notified at Oxenhall, Llanfair; Lan, Alltyblacca, and Blaenwaun-ucha. respectively. The first case resulted in death. All the infected cases were visited by him, and disin- fectants were supplied. Notices had been sent to the owner to remedy defects which arose mainly from dampness. The Inspector was of opinion that no satisfactory reform can be expected until the Housing Acts, 1909, are in operation, which Acts give more powers to local authorities to deal with insanitary property than hitherto. Damage.—The Surveyor was directed to repair a culvert on Llangybi Common, which had been damaged by the recent heavy rains.
GWXUN-CAE-GURWEN AT one of the meetings, held at the above place last week in favour of Mr. W. F. Phillips (the Liberal candidate), a diversion was created by a fcioliie dog. Bursts of applause the animal re- garded as being arranged specially for its benefit, and it acted accordingly. It was very disconcerting for a speaker to have to interrupt his remarks by saying, "Take that dog out!" CONCERT.—A grand concert was held at the Public Hall, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, on Saturday evening. The chairman was Mr. F. W. Gilbertson, and the proceeds were in aid of Llanfair Church Building Fund. The artistes were:—M.ss C. Edwards, Lian- dilo; Miss M. Morgan, Cwmgorsc; Mr. E. Davies, Gwaun-cae-gurwen; Mr. W. Michaei, Garnant; Mr. Willie Griffiths, Clydach (instrumentalist), and Mr. J. Morgan, Cwmgorse (peni.'i»on singer). The accompanist was Mr. A. Moses, A.L.C.'M. Pro- gramme:—Part 1: Address, the Chairman; piano- forte solo; song, "Anchored," Mr. W. Michael; song, "The Old Lock," Miss C. Edwards; song, "Y Dymhestl," Mr. E. Davies; instrumental solo, Mr. W. Griffiths; duett, "Tell me, gentle Stranger," Miss C. Edwards and Mr. W. Michael; song, "I'm a Merry Zingara," Miss M. Morgan; violin solo, "Bolero," Miss Roberts. Part 2: Penillion singing, Master Joe Morgan; song, "Cartref fy Nghalon," Miss C. Edwards; instrumental solo, Mr. W. Grif- fiths; song, "A Romany Song," Mr. E. Davies; duett. "Sol-ffa Duett," Miss M. Morgan and Mr. W. Michael; violin solo, "Hejre Kati," Miss Roberts; penillion singing, Master Joe Morgan; song, "Cymru, fy Ngwlad," Mr. W. ?\lichacl; song, "Good-bye," Miss M. Morgan; finale.
PONTYBEREM LECTURE.-Tlie Rev. D. J. Lewis, B.A., Bethesda, Tumble, lectured on 'Dr. Livingstone" at Seion Chapel, near Pontyberem, on Saturday, the 17th inst. The chairman was the Rev. Ben. Morris. The proceeds are to be devoted towards liquidating the present debt. SAD FATE OF A PONTYBEREM WOMAN.—On Satur- day the body of a woman named Lettice Williams, who resided at Gwendraeth-view, Pontyberem, was found in the River Gwendraeth at Llandefeilog Bridge. The woman was married and the mother of three children. Her husband has been in the Car- marthen Asylum during the past three years. The woman went to Llandefeilog on Wednesday week on a visit to her father. On Saturday morning she called out to her father, "Where can I get sticks for the fire?" and he replied, "In the shed." When the latter came downstairs he found his daughter miss- ing, and her hat and coat were on the table. After- wards a search was made, with the result that the, body was found as stated above.
CROSS HANDS OHABGE OF THEFT.—On Thursday week, at the Llanelly Police Court, Annie Donoghue, Woodland- terrace, Cross Hands, whom, it was stated, took excessive doses of laudanum, was charged on re- mand with receiving three half-sovereigns from her eight-year-old son, knowing that they had been stolen.—Supt. Rogers reported the following convic- tions against the defendant at Manchester :-Stealing a brush, 14 days; receiving stolen property, six months; indecency, Ll and costs; illegal pawning, 21 or a month; stealing clothing, £1 or a month; drunk and disorderly, JE1 or 14 days; stealing cloth- ing, three months.—Defendant denied the convic- tions for stealing a brush, indecency, or for being drunk and disorderly.—The presiding magistrate said defendant had a very bad record, and fined her £ 1 or 14 days. FATAL COLLIERY AcCIDE-NT.-Last week a sad fatality occurred at the New Cross Hands Colliery. Albert Haydn Jones (24), New Cottage, Cross Hands, whilst, following his employment as a rider, sus- tained injuries which proved fatal. What makes the accident more distressing is the fact that deceased was supporting his mother, who has been bed- ridden for a good number of years. An inquest was held on the body at Tabor Vestry, Cross Hands. Evidence was given to the effect that deceased was in charge of a journey of empty trams, when some of them ran wild down the slant, dislocating some timber, and thus causing a fall of roof. The jury returned a verdict of "Accidental death."
GARNANT CALFARIA M.I. S.—Miss 0. H. Thomas and Mr. James Wilde took part in the debate, "Should Bachelors be Taxed?" at the weekly meeting of this society, held on Monday evening, the 19th inst.
CWMGORSE LITERARY AXD DEBATING SOCIETY.—At the fort- nightly meeting of this soc.etv, held on Monday evening, two addresses were delivered—one on "Agriculture" by Mr. 1. Jones, and another on "Architecture" by Mr. G. Thomas.
LLANDDAUSANT EISTEDDFOD. A very successful eisteddfod w",s held at Llanddausant on Friday, under the presi- dency of Mr .Lewis Jones, Cilbrydwen, in the un- avoidable absence of Dr. Hopkins, Llangadock. The conductor was the Rev. J. Volarider Jones, Ieiitie- ty-gw^yn, Llandovery, who filled the positi n with the ability that has always characterized his efforts. Th adjudicators were: Music, Mr. E. TeloiycU1. Nicholas, L.T.S.C., Ystalyfera; poetry, etc.. Rev. J. Volander Jones, Llandovery; instruii-.eiital, Pritchard, Pantyeelyn, Llanddausant, and Miss Thomas, Cefn House, Llanddausant, and Mr. Ll. Thomas, Tredomen, in the same parish. Awards:— Recitation for children: Miss Martha Edwards, Gwvnfe. Solo for children: Miss Thomas, Ynysy- bont, Gwvnfe. Solo for those who have never previously competed: 1, Fred Adams, Panthowell, Llanddausant. Three best wooden spoons: William Jones, Cruglas, Llangadock. Soprano solo: Miss K. Evans, Biaencenn,en, Gwynfe. Essay, "Dim": "Arthur." Solo for those over 50 years of age: Councillor Wm. Evans, Cross Inn, Llanddausant. Recitation: J. Evans, Ponthyryngyl, Llanddausant. Contralto solo: Miss E. Maud Davies, Ddyfadfa, Gwvnfe. "Gwddf glwm goreu wedi ei wau a llaw" M' ss A. Davies, Aberllechach. Baritone solo: Nat Williams, Griffin Inn, Gwvnfe. Best pair of stock- ings: 1, Miss Morgan, College, Llanddausant: 2. Miss Prosper. Penwaun. Tenor solo: Wr. J. Griffiths, Cwmllwch. Gwvnfe. Prize bags: Miss A. Davies, Aberllechach. Best poem re Llan ddausant: T. LI. Williams, Penrhiw, Gwvnfe. Party of eight: Mr. J. Griffiths and party. Cwmeilwch. Gwynfe. Best lerter: T. Morgan, Wrernfaw-r. Llanddausant. Choir, "Y Blodeuvn Olaf": Gwvnfe Choir. Male Voice Choir, "Awn tua'r Bodfaes": Llangadock Male Voice Party (conductor, Mr. W J. Lloyd).
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LLANDOVEKY MEMORIAL BAXD OF HOPE.—A meeting of the Williams, Pantyeelyn, Band of Hope, followed by an entertainment, was lield on Thursday evening, under the chairmanship of Master Archie Preece, when there was a large attendance. Amongst those who took part in the programme was the Chairman, who delivered an interesting address; Miss Lilly Stephens, Miss Dylhs Roberts, Miss Jane Thomas, Mrs. AId- ridgc, Miss Mona and Master Eiwyn Roberts, Mr Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Aldnage, Miss Lucy, Master Victor and Miss Winnie Greece, Master Jim Dann, Mafither Victor Hanley, Miss Kate Stephens, Miss Lucy Hanley, Miss Mona A. Roberts. Prizes were distributed by Mrs. Aldridge. I SALEM EISTEDDFOD.—On Thursday evening a very successful eisteddfod was ueld at Salem Vestry, I under the presidency of Councillor Daniel Jones, A.C., Rhosybedw. The conductor was the Rev. D. Rhydderch, B.A., pastor. The adjudicators were: Music, Mr. Rhys Jones, L.T.S.C., Capel Isaac; mis- cellaneous, Mr. Ben. Jones, Cwmdwr; accompanist, Miss P. Jones, Upton House. Awards:—Solo for children under 10: 1, Jacky Nicholas, King's Arms- street; 2, Emiyn Prytherch, Ystrad Farm. Recita- tion for children under 10, "Hardd yw'r Wawr": 1, Edith Davies, Gwyn-terrace; 2, Gwyneth Nicho- las, Central Drug Stores. Recitation under 13: 1, Miss Jane Thomas. 15, Orchard-street, Llandovery; 2, Miss Blodwen Prytherch. Pianoforte solo under 12: 1, Miss Nelly Price, who gave an excellent per- formance, the touch and expression surpassing those of the other competitors; 2, David Lewis. Solo for boys under 14, "Dal wrth y Groes": David Lewis. Essay on Vicar Pritchard: 1, Blodwen Prytherch, Ystrad Farm. Welsh spelling under 16: 1, Annie Hughes, Cwmbran, Mothvey. Recitation under 15: 1, Beatrice Jones, High-street; 2, Nellie Richards, Stone-street. Modulator Test: 1, Lilly Thomas, New-road. Translation from English to Welsh: 1, Maggie Williams, Victoria House. Sole for girls under 15: 1, Lilly Thomas; 2, Dolly Ball. Duett for children under 16, "There's no love like His love": 1, Lilly Stephens and May Edwards. Im- promptu speech under 16: 1, Gwenny Rees, Yic- toria-street; 2, Beatrice Jones, High-street. Party of eight: J., Salem, Llandovery (conductor, J. Cole Jones). Pianoforte solo under 12: 1, David Lewis, Orchard-street; 2, Annie Eunice Davies, New White Lion. INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. What the late Alderman J. R. James fought strenuously for has at last be- come an accomplished fact. Llandovery, thanks greatly to his efforts, has now a dual school. This was opened on Thursday week by the chairman of the governors (Alderman C. P. Lewis). Alderman Lewis, in the course of his remarks, expressed gratification at the fact that so many in the district were interested in the school. He had the honour of being mayor of the borough when the foundation stones of the first portion were laid in 1895. Pass- ing on he referred to the changes of the times, the strenuous fight which had to be fought for this building—paying a tribute to the excellent work done at Llandovery College. As time wore on it was felt, although the fees at the college were less than half of what were charged at other schools of its kind, yet they were beyond the pockets of many. This fact was appreciated by the late Alderman J. R. James, the then chairman of governors, and the fruits of his efforts were to be seen in the eventual establishment of a dual school in the town. Before taking any definite steps the governors consulted the warden and trustees of the college and he added "inter alia" that consequent on developments the warden was to-day one of the governors. As a consequence of the old regime it was found that many of the boys went to Llandilo from this school area and naturally their sisters went with them, which ended in a loss to the funds of this school. The girls followed the boys to the other district. This would now all be changed. The fact that 18 boys had entered this first term proved that their policy was a correct one. Before the scheme was a complete one it was necessary to provide a suitable field or playground, and they were on the look-out for one. He referred to the great less sustained by the death of the late Mrs. R. Jeffreys-Owen, of Ystrad. She was a member of the board from the very start, most regular in her attendance, and took the greatest interest in the school. The position of chairman of such an important body was an important one, and Alderman Lewis said he fully appreciated the responsibility. He hoped to see the time when the number of pupils would reach the full complement of 150. Alderman Lewis also referred to a visit he paid to London lately in the interest of the school. DEATH.—The death has occurred of one of Llan- dovery's quaint old characters, in the person of Ruth Evans, Victoria-street. Deceased will be best remembered by former inhabitants when we mention that for many years she was in the employ of the late Mr. and Mrs. Rhys Jones, milk sellers, etc., The Oak, Llandovery. LOCAL COXXECTIOXS OF THE MEMBER FOR WEST CARMARTHEN.—Mrs. Hinds, wife of the newly-elected member for West Carmarthen, is a sister of Mr. Powell, Cefntrenfa, Llandovery, a well-known local farmer and exhibitor at shows. WONDERFUL PERFORMERS.—Last week Llandovery audiences had the pleasure and beheld with wonder- ment the wonderful performances of Mazeppa and Madam Lilla, who formed a strong and interesting feature of a really clever travelling company, of which the proprietor is Mr. E. Granby. Numbers cf cheques and to whom payable, description of foreign coins, and most puzzling questions were given, and answered without there being a possibility of the artiste seeing them. Other members of the company included Miss E. Travis (fire dance), Miss Flo Clar- mont, Jean McCabe. Gertie Colman, and A. R. Tist. A CONTRACT QUESTION.—Considerable interest was taken in a case brought on at the Llandovery County Court on Saturday by lr. George T?Vans, contractor, against Mr. Benjamin Morgan, butcher, Llandovery, to recover the sum of £88 15s. 8d., being the. amount alleged to be due under a contract entered into be- tween the parties for the erection of a shop in Stone-street, Llandovery. The defendant counter- claimed for £100 in respect of a penalty clause con- tained in the contract. Mr. D. Villiers Meager, barrister-at-law. Swansea (instructed by Mr. T. Phillips, solicitor, Llandovery, appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. T. Geo. Williams, solicitor, Llan- dilo, for the defendant. It was agreed between the parties, with the concurrence of His Honour Judge Lloyd Morgan, that all questions in dispute be re- ferred for arbitration to Mr. Moxham, architect. I Swansea, and failing him to Mr. Portsmouth, archi- tect, Swansea, the case to be marked "adjourned generally" pending the award of the arbitrator. DEATH.—The death has occurred, after a long ill- ness, of lr. Daniel Price. Waunllwyd, Llandilo- fan. in his 75th year. He was for a long time a steward to the- Llwynybrain Estate, and was popular amongst landlord and tenant. Deceased was buried at Cefnarthen 1Urchyard on Saturday last. Al- though the weather was very miserable, there was a large attendance to testify to the respect in which they held the deceased. The Rev. J. Volander Jones officiated. Amongst others of the mourners present we noticed Mr. Dan Price, stationmasted, Penrhlwcelbpr: Mr. W. Price, Llwynteg Farm (sons); Mr. D. Richards and Mrs. Richards (daughter and son-in-law); Mr. Dan Price. Clydach Vale (nephew): Ir. and Mrs. Davies, Bwlehgwvn Farm (relatives): Mr. Richards. Llandilo (relative): Dr. Jeffreys, Sennybridge. Friends from Llandovery and other towns were also present. Amongst the wreaths was a costly one from the Mayor and Mayoress (Mr. and Mrs. J. C. V. Pryse-Rice. Llwynybrain). On Sunday morning the Rev. J. Vnlander Jones preached an appropriate funeral sermon.;
TYCROES DEATH AND FUNERAL.—We regret we have to re- cord the death, which wok place last week, of 11r. D. Bevan Rees, miner, Gellywreiddon, Tycroee, at the age of 34 years. Deceased, who had been ailing for about eight months, succumbed to an internal I complaint. He was an attendant at the Ebenczer Welsh Baptist Chapel. Deceased was employed at the Rhos Colliery, and was a prominent member of the Tycroes Silver Band. Great sympathy is felt with his widow and relatives in their bereavement. On Wednesday week, the funeral, which was very largely attended (despite the inclement weather), took place at the Ebenezer burial ground. The I' Tycroes Band headed the funeral procession, and played the "Dead March" in "Saul." At the chapel the Rev. J. Griffiths, B.A., B.D. (pastor), who officiated, rend a portion of Scripture, and gave a short address to the vast congregation, who all joined in the singing of the well-known hymn, nghvfeillion myned. At the grave- side a short prayer was offered, and a hymn tfine wac played by the band. The chief mourners were: Mrs. Rees (widow), daughter of Mr. John Roderick, ViMiers-road, Ammanford: Messrs. William. David, and George Rees, Tycroes, and Rees Rees. Bryn- amman (brothers); Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, Derwen, Tveroes (brother-in-law and sister); Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams. Gellywreiddon. Tycroes (brother-in- law and sister: Mr. Isaac Rees. Caerau: Mr. John G. Jones, Biaengarw; Mrs. Eleanor Jenkins (aunt); Mr. William Jenkins, Mr. David Jenkins, and Mrs. I Isabella Jones (cousins); Mr. Rees Davies and the Messrs. Davies, Troedyrhiw; Mr. and Mrs. Rees Bassett. PontrllYdvccfn: Mr. Williams. Treorky, and Mr. Isaac Rees. Cymmer. A number of floral tri- I' butes were placed on the grave. MORI AH Y.P.S.—"Pa un yw y mwyaf defnyddiol— Coed. Glo. neu Faen?" were the subjects for debate at the weekly meeting of the above society on Monday evening. in which Messrs. E. Phillips, G. Walters, and D. Powell took part.
THE GENERAL ELECTION. FULL RESULTS OF POLLING. The letters after the name of the constituency are AS follows:—N.C., no change; U.G., Unionist gain; L.G., LiberaJ gain; Lab.G., Labour gain. Wednesday The following are Wednesday's results:- Majority. ENGLISH COUNTIES. CAMBRIDGESHIRE (Wisbech) (N.C.)— Primrose, L. 544 CHESHIRE (Eddisbury) (N.C.)-Branton, IU- 289 CHESHIRE (Hyde) (N.C.)-Neilson, L 294 CORNWALL (St. Ives) (-N.C.)-Corv, L 915 DERBYSHIRE (Chesterfield) (N.C.)- Haslam, Lab 2,228 GLOUCESTERSHIRE (Stroud) (N.C.)— Allen, L 202 ISLE OF WIGHT (N.C.)—Hail, U 223 LEICESTERSHIRE (Harborough) (N.C.)— Logan, L. 977 NORFOLK (Eastern) (N.C.)—Price. L. 1,400 S. SOMERSETSHIRE (N.C.)-Strachey, L. 467 N. SOMERSETSHIRE (NQ—King, L 921 SUFFOLK (Rye) (N.C.)—Pearson. L 770 SUSSEX (Eastbourne) (N.C.)—Gwvnne. TT 1,953 WARWICKSHIRE (Nuneaton) (N.C.)— Johnson. Lab. 698 YORKS. (Holderness) (N.C.)-Wilscn, U 381 SCOTLAND. CAITHNESS (N.C.)—Harmsworth, L. 2,631 EDINBURGHSHIRE (Midlothian) (iN.C.)- Elibank, L. 3,157 LANARKSHIRE (Mid) (N.C.)—Whitehouse, L. 331 N.E. LANARKSHIRE (N.C'.)—Wilson, L. 2,706 IRELAND N. ANTRIM (-N.C.)-Yerr-,I:mllev, U 583. S. KERRY (-N.C.)-Boland, Nat 1.944 N. TYRON E(N.C.)—Barrv, K.C., L. 132 WATERFORD CO. (West) (N.C.)— O'Shea, Nat 1.675 S. WEXFORD (N.C.)—Ffrench, N. 2,414 Thursday The following are Thursday's results:- DEVONSHIRE (Tavistock) (U.G.)-Sr)ear, U 390 KENT (Dartford) (L.G.) Rowlands, L. 234 KIRKCUDBRIGHTSHIRE (L.G.)— McMicking, L. 192 BUCKS (Buckingham) (XC.)- Verny, L. 327 CORNWALL (Camborne) (N.C.)—Acland, L. 2,093 DEVONSHIRE (Barnstaple) (N.C.)—Soares, L. 892 DURHAM (Barnard Castle) (-N.C.)- .Henderson, Lab. 1,445 DLRHAM (Bishop Auckland) (N.C.)— HaveIock-Alen, L. 538 GLOUCESTERSHIRE (Tewkesbury) (N.C.)— Hicks-Beach, U 432 HERTFORDSHIRE (Hitchin) (N.C.)— Hillier. U. 1,291 LINCOLNSHIRE (Stamford) (N.C.)— Willoughby, U 339 S.W. NORFOLK (N.C.)—Winfrey, L 431 E. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE (N.C.)-Money R. 754 NORTHUMBERLAND (Hexham) (N.C.)— Holt, L. 790 WILTS. (Westburv) (N.C.)—Fuller, L. 889 YORKSHIRE (West Riding, Southern, Don- caster) (N.C.)—Nicholson, I. 2,544 YORKSHIRE (West Riding. Northern. Skipton) -N.C.)-C",ou,-h. L 51 YORKSHIRE (Whitby) (-N.C.)-Beelett, U. 452 WALES. GLAMORGAN (Gower) (N.C.)—Williams, Lab. 953 SCOTLAND. W. ABERDEENSHIRE (N.C.)—Henderson, L. 2,183 \RGY"LLSHIRE C.) -Ainsworth, L 257 S. AYRSHIRE (X.C.)-Beale, L 1.880 BERWICKSHIRE (N.C.)—Tennant, L 1.005 BL x'ESHIRE (N.C.)-Hope, U 206 DUMBARTONSHIRE (N.C.)—Allen, L. 1,312 DUMFRIES-SHIRE (N.C.)—Molteno, L 562 FORFARSHIRE (N.C.)—Falconer, L 2,052 HADDINGTONSHIRE (X.C.)-Haldane, L. 687 S LANARKSHIRE (-N.C.)-N-lenzies, L 1,197 E. RENFREWSHIRE (N.C.)-Gilmour, U 1,180 SUTHERLANDSHIRE (X.C.)-Morton, L. 187 IRELAND. CORK CO. (East) (N.C-.)—Donelan, Nat 1,339 S. DOWN (N.C.)—MacVeagh, N 623 N. LONDONDERRY (N.C.)—Barrie, U. 2,743 Friday The following are Friday's results: DERBYSHIRE (High Peak) (N.C.)-Wood, U. 184 STAFFS. (Leek) (L.G.)-Pearce, L 590 CORK CO. (South) (Ind.-Nat.G)-Walsh, I.N. 162 BEDFORDSHIRE (Luton) (X.C.)-Ashton, L. 978 CORNWALL (Launceston) (N.C.)—Marks, L. 1,124 DEVONSHIRE (Honiton) (N.C.)— Morrison-Bell, U 1,910 GLOUCESTERSHIRE (Thornbury) (N.C.)— Rendall 983 HUNTINGDONSHIRE (Ramsey)- Lampson. U 123 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE (Bassetlaw) (N.C.)- Williams. U 215 SOMERSETSHIRE (Wells) (N.C.)-Sandys, U. 2,084 YORKSHIRE (Buckrose) (N.C.)—White, L. 232 YORKSHIRE (West Riding, East, Osgoldcroes) (N.C.)—Riekctt, L. 4,171 WALES. GLAMORGAN (Rhondda) (N.C.)— Abraham, Lab. 5,372 SCOTLAND. ROBURGHSHIRE (N.C.)—Jardine, L 204 IRELAND. ARMAGH CO. (South) (N.C.)—O'Neill. N 1,587 LIMERICK CO. (West) (N.C.)— O'Shaughnessy, N. 1,767 MAYO (West) (N.C.)—Doris. N 2.848 TYRONE (East) (N.C.)—Redmond, N 140 Saturday The following are Saturday's reults:- ST. ANDREWS BURGHS (U.G.)—Gray, U. 49 MONTGOMERY BOROUGHS (U.G.)— Pryce-Jones, U 54 OXFORDSHIRE (Banbury) (L.G.I-Fiuellne, L. 91 DUBLIN CO. (South) (Nat.G.)—Cotton., N. 133 E. KERRY (Nat.G.)—O'Sullivan. N 1.253 DERBYSHIRE ((Ilke.ton) (N.C.)—Seely, L. 4,044
SUCCESSES AT THE LLANELLY SHOW Under the auspices of the Llanelly Fanciers' Asso- ciation, an excellent show of poultry, pigeons, cage birds, rabbits, etc., was held at the Llanelly Market Hall on Tuesday week. The following local successes were recorded :-üld English Game, any variety, cock or cockerel: 2, W. A. Atkins, CarleI Hendre. Black Hen or Pullet, novice: 1, B. James, Ponty- berem. Orpington, black, hen or pullet: 1, Wil- liams and Sons, Cross Hands. Wyandotte: 1, D. Morris, Pontyberem. Modern Game, hen or pullet: 1. D. Morgan. Cross Hands. Working Homer, hen: 1. D. Davies. Gwaun-cae-gurwen.
Missfires unknown Ver^G. I liabilitv are in- separble from 'Eley'Cartridges. B In4eed, this 'Eley' *$5* -'I exce^ence recog- H nised, patronized, ';)« and eulogised by the most exacting sports- H; .3 men in the world. HE ELEY SMOKELESS' W. £ &S Cartridges ( Eley loaded ) though low in price,worthily uphold theEley reputation sold a¡¡l })ù¡l.t's. Elev Ltd. Lciiidcn. :1 S E! Nt P'