PALACE, AMMANFORD. Week commencing September 15th, 1919. 1 • V P" FULL VARIETY PROGRAMME. STUPENDOUS ATTRACTION!! m) NES miTS MAMMOTH MYSTERIES NESBIT'S, MAMMOTH MYSTERIES. The Greatest Illusionist now on the Halls-by common consent the Successor to OHUNG LING SOO. CISSIE LATENE, Comedienfie and Dancer. CORUNUDIA, The Champion Concertinist. TOM LLOYD, Comedian. x « ARTHUR DIAMOND, The Comedy Juggler. DRAWBOY and DROUT, Comedy Duo. BORRINGTON & ALEXANDER In Grand-16-Comedy Sketch, entitled- — For GOOD and RELIABLE RAINCOATS, At REASONABLE PRICES, Y ou cannot do better than try E. T. DAVIES., ccailor, 4, Church Street, Ammanford.
AMMANFORD. Sapper Evan Davies, Royal Engineers, ^fitecently returned to his home at CynJais v'iew, Llandebie Road, after serving with the forces since the commencement of hostili- ties. He al so served on Gallipoli. The many friends of Mr. E. Recs Thomas, late of Bryngwyn, Penybank, Amman ford 1 will be glad to hea rthat he is not going to East Africa to recuperate, as he I has been successful in obtaining beneficial treatment in England. It will be worth your while to give a call. -The spacious hall has been recently decorated, and the tables are in fine condi aoi. h holds the distinction of being the best b.iliard hall in South Wales. The refreshment bar is a feature. Don't forget it is the Lucar;a Billiard Hall, top of Arcade (W. H. Crow, Manager) Ammanford fair was held on Wednesday. The attendance exceeded the average, and there was a fair supply of cattle. Pigs were in plenty, and the prices exhorbitant. The amusement section was well isprcisnted, and quite an enjoyable day recorded for the younger element. At the Palace on Wednesday evening, a performance of the Welsh drama "Maes-y- Meillion" was given by the Diih's Dramatic Company, Pontardulais. Mr. D. G. Edwards, president of the local Trades and Labour Counc-il presided over a large audience. The proceeds will be handed over to a deserving cause in the locality. The marriage is announced to take place of Miss Annie Rees, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rees, Ravenhill, Penybajik, to Mr. E. Rees Thomas, late of the .Pembrokeshire Yeomanry, who, prior to the war, resided in Wind Street, Ammanford. Mr. Thomas saw much active service dufring the war, and fought on three fronts. A brother of Miss Rees fell in Palestine.
BRYNAMMAN. I The local band is at it busily preparing for the Gwaun-cae-gunven contest next Saturday. Several old and experienced players have re- joined the institution. The Brynamman and District Fanciers Society have decid-ed to hand over the pro- ceeds of their next annual show to the funds of the proposed new PubLic Hall and Library. This society has handed substantial sums to local charities since its inauguration, and has "already justified its existence, if only for this fact. The Brynamman football team will play Ammanford next Saturday, and a good game is anticipated. Brynamman being a young squad, it is for us not to expect much from them this time, unless they have a surprise in store. By the way, who was so really kind as to cut down with a saw the soccer gaol posts fixed on the common? Only recently the players brought them from down the valley, and paid a fancy price for them. It would be well to know what service they are performing now and where, for they were taken away. What a mean and impudent action indeed. F annelS and all auction goers will do well to consult the posters now distributed all over the district, respecting the Bryn Uchaf, Brynamman, sale, September 24th. Mr. John Thomas has decided to give up farming, and take to hauling. An excellent stock of farm produce, machines, utensils, and everything pertaining to farming will be put on sale, and a brisk exchange is anticipated, as the lots offered cannot but: command a great attraction. Come in crowds to one of the best auctions billed for the distinct. Mr. Daniel Jenkins and Sons, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, will conduct the event in their usual pleasant and genial manner.
CWMAMMAN. At the Gorseinon Eisteddfod, held on Saturday last, the winner of the tenor solo was Mr. Stephen Rogerson, Glanamman. The champion recitation was divided between Mr. Tom Harry (Garnant) and Miss Miriam Evans, Glanamman. Miss Lizzie James, Brynderwen, Garnant, holds the distinction of being the first lady in the Amman Valley to gain the A.T.S.C. diploma. She was one of the successful candidates who sat at the recent examinaton, heid under the auspices of the Tonic Sol-ffa College.
GWAON-CAE-GURWEN. The Gwaun-cae-gurwen Silver Band took the first prize in Class A at Seven Sisters on Saturday. This is the fifth fi,rst prize won since they've received the new instruments, out of five competitions. This reflects great credit on their conductor, Mr. T. J. Rees, F-T.S.C. They are again competing at Cwmgorse next Saturday. A lectern was dedicated, last Sunday, to the memory of eleven heroes who have fallen in the war who were members of the Lknfair Church. The Rev. D. W. Thomas, M.A., vicar of Llandebie, was the officiating clergy- man. The service on Sunday afternoon was « very impressive one. Sergt. Baker coo- I ducted the singing, and Mr. Tom N. Jones was the organist. The friends of Mr. Tom Evans, B.Sc. (Lond.), will be pleased to hear that he has been appointed, out of a large number of applicants, as Senior Science and Mathe- matics Master at one of the most important schools in Yorkshire. Mr. Evans commenced his studies at the Ystalyfera Intermediate School, where he distinguished himself as one of its most able scholars. During his stay there he won the mathematics prize every year in his form, and when in Form V. he took five prizes out of sevenprizes offered. He passed the Junior C.W.B. Examination with five distinctions, and the Senior wih three distinctions with exemption from the Welsh Matric. He also passed, the London Matric. the same year. He furthered his studies at the University College, Gower Street, London, where he again distinguished himself. He passed all the Sessional Exami- nations, and passed his Inter. B.A. and the Final with Honours in Organic Chemistry, and was placed third throughout the Univer- sity of London, and won the third prize. He commences his duties in Yorkshire at the end of September. He was lately Science Master at Canton Secondary School, Cardiff. His sister, Miss Mary Evans, has lately been appointed certificated mistress at the Banwen Council School, Brynamman.
u. LLANDEBIE. I Miss Uecima Morgan, the young Llandebie vocalist, carried away a number of the prizes offered at the Gorseinon eisteddfod, held on Saturday last. She took first under 12 and 16 years of age, and prfemier honours in the novice solo. A worthy record.
LLAN D I LO. I 1 here are still in the town a large number of visitors, who are availing themselves of the delightful walks around and pleasure afforded by the magnificent scenery. The Rev. William Davies, The Walk, pastor of the Tabernacle and Capel Newydd Congregational Churches, whem we regret, is still not enjoying very good health, is at present recuperating at Llandrindod Wells. His large circle of friends wish iiim a speedy recovery. Messrs. William and Walter James and I Sons, F.A.I., Auctioneers, Llandovery, Llan- gadock, Llandilo and Swansea, held their fortnightly sale of fat cattle, fat sheep and lambs, store ewes, calves, and pigs, at the Llandilo Urban District Auction Mart on Monday. There was a large attendance. The weather was beautifully fine. 41 fat cattle and 350 fat sheep and lambs were graded and disposed of at controlled prices. 250 store sheep were sold at prices ranging from £ 3 10s. to i4 5s. 20 calves realized from i2 to S-6. 250 pigs from 50/- to 100/- a piece. Breeding sows up to £ 12 10s. The graders were Messrs. j £ van Davies, J.P., p .s:tillgwyn, Farm, Llandilo, and David Peters, Butcher, 30, New Road, LlandiIo, and the super grader, Mr. Carter, of Newport.
LLANDOVERY. I At a meeting \>f the Llandovery branch of the N.U.R. on Sunday, a vote heartily con- gratulating the chairman, Councillor W. J. Esmond, 9, College View, on his appoint- ment as a Justice of the Peace was Carried with acclamation.
Interested Valley Visitors. I Mr. an d Mrs. T. G. Milne, an d their Mr. and Mrs. T. G. M,ilne, and their daughter, Miss M. Eveline Milne, of Rosaria, Argentine Republic, along with their nephew, Mr. E. C. Davies, Bootle, Liverpool, are spending what they term a most pleasant holiday in the valley at present. They are the guests of Mr. Gomer Harris, Penybont House, Brynamman. They have resided over 31 years in Argentine, having sailed from their notive town, Liverpool, thereto. This is their first visit to the valilsy, and are much impressed by the beautiful mountain scenery, and much appreciate the .invigorating fresh air. During the week they have visited many places if interest in the district, among which was the Glynbeudy Tin Works, being not a little surprised at the many processes the .iron har had to go through before coming a tinned sheet. Mr. Milne had on many occasions seen Valley tin plates unloaded at present home ports, but had never entertained the idea of how it was manufactured. Mr. and Mrs. Milne, accompanied by their brother-in-law, Mr. Gomer Harris, attended divine service at Hermon Sunday morning, and were charmed with the soul-inspiring and emotional oration of the poet-preacher pastor (Alfa). Mr. Milne addressed the meeting, and 4expiressed hits great delight and gratitude in being present. He is the superintendent of the Rosario Water Works and Road Drainage Company, Ar- gentine Republic, and has about 80 clerks under his supervision. They wvill return to Argentine in October, with vivid and happy thoughts of this visit. We wish them further thorough enjoyment in our midst until the hour of their departure, and a pleasant voyage home across the seas. -u<
I Gorslas Horticultural Show. The annual horticultural show held at Gorslas proved a great success. The entries totalled 300, and at the luncheon a capital address was delivered by the president, Mrs. (Dr.) D. H. Griffiths. A full list of the awards is given below. For the greatest number of points—for which a silver medal was offered-Mr. Tom Davies, Carmel, was awarded the coveted prize. y OPEN CLASS. WINDOW PLANTS. Best 2 Geraniums: 1, Thos. Lewis, Caer- bryn. Best 2 Begonias: 1, Thos. Lewis. Best 2 Window Plants: 1, Thos. Lewis. CUT FLOWERS. Best 6 Dahlias: I, D. J. Griffiths, Carmel; 2, Thos. Lewis. Best 4 Phloxes: 1, Thos. Lewis. Best 3 Stocks in bloom: 1, D. J. Griffiths; 2, Thos. Lewis. Best bunch of Sweet Peas: 1, Thos. Lewis. Best 6 Roses: 1, Thos. Lewis. FRUIT. Best 5 Apples (Dessert): 1, David Jones, Maesyfel in; 2, Thos. Lewis. Best 5 Apples (Culinary): 1, D. Davies, Llandilo; 2, J. Jenkins. Best 5 Pears: 1, Tom Derrick, Gorslas; 2, David Jones. Best 5 Plums: 1, David Jones; 2, J. Jones, Well Villa. VEGETABLES. Broad Beans: 1, Thos. Lewis; 2, J. Gihbon, Gorslas. Runner Beans: 1, Tom Roberts, Carmel; 2, Thos. Lewis. Carrots (Long): 1, Thos. Lewis. Carrots (Short): 1, Thos. Lewis; 2, DI. Davies, Frondeg. Celery: 1, Tom Edwards; 2, Thos. Lewis. Cucumber: I, Thos. Lewis. Beetroot: 1, Tom Roberts; 2, J. Gibbon. Onions: 1, Tom Roberts; 2, Dd. Davies. Leeks: 1, Tom Roberts; 2, Thos. Lewis. Parsnips: 1, Tom Roberts; 2, Thos. Lewis. Best 6 Potatoes (Kidney): 1, Tom Roberts; 2, Thos. Lewis. Best 6 Potatoes (Round): 1, Thos. Lewis; 2, D. J. Griffiths. Peas: 1, Tom Roberts; 2, Thos. Edwards. Vegetable Marrow: 1, Thos. Lewis. Cabbage (White): 1, Tom Edwards; 2, Thos. Lewis. Lettuce: I, D. J. Griffiths. Rhubarb: 1, D. Davies, Gorsfield. Turnips: I, Thos. Lewis. Eschalots: 1, Arthur Williams, Cross Hands; 2, J. Davies. Tomatoes: 1, Thos. Lewis. Parsley: 1, Thos. Lewis; 2, D. J. Griffiths. Best Collection in Open Class: 1, Tom Roberts, Carmel; 2, Thos. Lewis, Caerbryn. LOCAL CLASS. Window Plant: 1, Tom Davies, Carmel. Window Plant in Foliage: 1, Tom Davies; 2, Lewis P-Aorgan, Gorslas. Best Hanging Plant: I, Evan Davies, Gorslas. Asters: 2, Tom Jones, Gorslas. Pansies: 1, D. Davies, Gorsfield. Sweet Peas: 1, Tom Davies; 2, Ifonwy 1 homas, Cefneithin. Wild Flowers: 1, Miss Rowlands, Bryn- dilo; 2, Miss Maisie Humphreys. FRUIT. Apples (Dessert): 1, M. J. James, Cefn- eithin 2, J. Rees, Bryn. Apples (CulinaTy): I, Tom Jones, Cross Hands; 2, J. Rees. VEGETABLES. Potatoes (Kidney): 1, Tom Davies; 2, Evan Davies. Potatoes (Round): 1, J. Gibbon; 2, DJ. Davies. Leeks: 1, Tom Davies; 2, Lewis Morgan. Onions: 1, Lewis Morgan; 2, Thos. Davies. Parsnips: 1, Thos. Davies; 2, J. Hughes. Carrots (Long): 1, Thos. Davies; 2, Tom Jones, Gorslas. Carrots (Short): 1, Tom Davies; 2, Tom Jones. > Beetroot: 1, Tom Davies; 2, Alfred Hum- phreys. Celery: 1, Lewis Morgan. Tomatoes: 2, J. Gibbon. Broad Beans: 1, Tom Davies; 2, Rees Davies. Runner Beans: I, Tom Davies; 2, J. Gibbon. Peas: 1, Clifford Evans, Cross Hands; 2, Thos. Davies. Eschalots: 1, Tom Jones, Gorslas; 2, Tom Rees, Gorslas. Cauliflower: 1, J. Gibbon; 2, Tom Jones, Cross Hands. Cabbage (White): 1, Tom Davies; 2, Willie Walters. Cucumber: I, J. Evans. Parsley: I, Tom Davies; 2, Wm. Mor- gan, Gorslas. Lettuce: 1, Tom Davies; 2, T. Hughes. Turnips: 1, Wm. Morgan; 2, Tom Davies. Best Collection in Local Class: 1, Tom Davies, Carmel; 2, J. Gibbon, Gorslas. Butter: 1, Mrs. George, Wick Farm; 2, Mrs. Thomas, Llwynyrhaf. Eggs (White): I, D. Davies, Gorsfield; 2, Tom Jones, Gorslas. Eggs (Brown): 1, D. Davies. Honey: 1, D. Davies. Bread: 1, Mrs. Jenkins, Bronafon; 2, Miss Davies, Bionllyn. For the best kept Garden: 1, Wm- Pyles, Cross Hands; 2, Tom Jones, 'Cross Hands; 3, J. Gibbon, Gorslas. Onions (Special Class) prize given by Mr. G. Dicks: 1, Rees Rowlands, Bryndilo; 2. Willie Walters, Gorslas. <
Amman Valley Sporting Gossip On Saturday next, both Rugby and Soccer will be in full swing throughout the Valley. The Ammanford Rugby Club play Bryn- amman, and the Soccerites a friendly game with Gorseinon. I am able this week to present a list of the Soccer ifxtures. Readers will notice that a number of fresh teams are indudd in the list °" ot opponents. Un rriday evenmg last, the players met at the Branch Office of the Dis- charged Sailors' and Soldiers' Federation, Mr. Blackwell, School House, presiding. Two names were put before the meeting for the position of captain, and eventually Mr. Tommy Twist, Field Street, was elected. Mr. jack Morgan, Llandebie Road, was ap- pointed vice-captain, and the secretarial duties were placed in the hands of Mr. W. J. Crow, the Lucania Billiard Hall. » The secretary to the Garnant A.F.C. writes to say that the club is very much alive, and that the members are working ener- getically in preparation for a successful season and for the future of the game in the Valley. The committee has been faced with one draw- back, and that is a suitable playing field, but this obstacle has practically been surmounted. The thanks of the committee are due to the number of supporters, who have been so en- couraging that they have entered the club in the Swansea League (First Division), and also have handed in an entry for the cup offered. At the general meeting, Mr. W. S. Wardlow was elected presdent, and Coun- cillor D. Thomas chairman of the committee, with an able vice in the person of Mr. Wm. Jones. The other officials elected were:— Treasurer, Mr. Fred Ellis; secretary, Mr. J. Colton, Glanamman; captain, Mr. Jack Shariley vice-captain, Mr. O. Box. In addi- tion, a large and influential committee was appointed. The letter concludes: Success awaits us." In last week's issue of the Chronicle a challenge was issued by "Excelsior," on behalf of the Garnant Cricket Club, to play Ammanford on any neutral ground the losers to pay for a supper for both teams. This challenge has been accepted, and arrangements are being mad accordingly. In all proba- bility the match will be played on Thursday of next week, and the Llandovery College ground has been suggested as the arena of the figt. The weather will be a great factor if this game comes off, and we hope that King Sod will tiot forget it. Should Am- man ford lose, a well known local sportsman has consented to defray the cost of the repast. In the game Ammanford v. Llangennech, Mr Ossie Edwards, the Cross Inn Hotel, offered for competition among the players of the local club, a valuable cricket bat for the highest score. Mr. Mill Davies, the success- ful batsman, compiled 42 runs. During the season Mr. Edwards has done much to further the interests of the local club, and supported it financially. He also gave the use of the field free of charge.
Llandilo County School. RESULTS OF CENTRAL WELSH BOARD EXAMINATIONS, 1919. Higher Certificate (4).—Rees Davies, Aerona Constance Edwards, Marion Hilda Francis, with distinction in English language and literature; Thomas Glyn Stephens, with distinction in English language and literature, history, and chemistry. Senior Certificate (13) .-Elizabeth Blod- wen Davies; Hugh Rees Davies; Rupert Pritchard Picton Davies,* with distinction in English language and literature, history, and arithmetic; David John Evans, with distinc- tion in English language and literature, and history; Elizabeth Hannah Evans, with dis- tinction in Welsh; Louie Beatrice James*; Mabel Nancy Langley, with distinction in history and arithmetic David Thomas Ronald Morris; Margaret Evelyn May Morris; Dilys Mary Annie Rees, with distinction in arith- metic, Welsh, and needlework; William Martin Rowlands, with distinction in Welsh; William Haydn Thomas; William Evan Williams, with distinction in history, arith- metic, and geography. Supplementary Certificate (6).—John Howells, Janet Morgan, Magdalen Mor- gan,* Annie Maud Morris,* Elsie Doris Rowlands, Jennie May Thomas.* Junior Certificate (32).—Annie May Davies; Catherine Mary Davies; George David ioen Davies, with distinction in agriculture; May Elizabeth Honor Davies, with distinction in cookery Hannah Myfanwy Dyer, with distinction in history and Welsh; Ethel Evans; Jemima Evans, with distinction in shorthand; Phyllis Muriel Rebecca Evans, with distinction in history, Latin, botany, and cookery; Rachel Frances Evans, with dis- tinction in history and Welsh; David Geoffrey Griffiths; Basil Mackenzie Harvey; Daniel Oliver Jones, with distinction in Welsh and agriculture; Elizabeth Ellen Jones; John Rees Jones; William Alfred Jones; David Henry Lewis; Elizabeth Mary Mona Mor- gan with distinction in cookery; Cwen Mor- gan, with distinction in Welsh and needle- work Jane Arianwen Morris; William Henry Morris; Dan Owen; John Rigg Owen, with distinction in history, agriculture, and draw- ing; David Gwilym Peregrine, with distinc- tion in agriculture; Annie Laura Powell; Catherine Ann Rees; Gladys Lilian Doreen Rees, with distinction in history, Latin, French, botany, needlework, and cookery; Kitty Olwen Ray Rees, with distinction in French and cookery; David Ronald Roberts, with distinction in agriculture and shorthand; Hannah Thomas, with distinction in history and cookery; Muriel Thomas, with distinc- tion in cookery; Rachel May Watkins; Blodwen Helena Williams. The asterisk (*) denotes that the pupil has passed in all subjects necessary for exemp- tion from Matriculation in the University of Wales.
Amman Valley County School CENTRAL WELSH BOARD EXAMI- NATION RESULTS. HIGHER CERTIFICATE. Pansy Lewis, English (with distinction), history (with distinction), geography (with distinction) Daisy Williams, chemistry, botany (with distinction), geography (with distinction) SENIOR CERTIFICATE. The figures in brackets after the pupils' names denote the number of distinctions gained. Winnie Bowen, Edith Bronwen Davies, Elizabeth Davies, Margaret Ann Davies, Jane Evans (2), Wm. Gwyn Evans, Gwennie George, Annie May Griffiths, Evan John Griffiths, Margaret Ann Jenkins, Doris James, Bessie Jenkins, Sydney John (!), Dora Jones, Ivor Jones (5), Lewis John Jones, Margaret Ann Jones, Thomas Idris Jones (2), Violet Jones (1), Johnny Joshua (1), Emrys Lake, Edna Leonard, Ceinwen Lewis, Dilwyn Lewis, Maggie Lodwick (1), Emily Maud Morgan, Nellie Morgan, Mattie Rees (3), Glyndwr Richards (1), Arthur Richards (1), Alfyn Thomas, Iorwerth Thomas, Margaret Thomas (2), Irwyn Walters (1), Enid Williams (2), Gwyneth Williams, Margaret Williams (1), Madden Williams (2). SUPPLEMENTARY CERTIFICATE. Bessie Child, Cordelia Davies, Mary Jane Davies, Hannah Evans, Martha Griffiths, Mary Jane Jenkins, Mary Beatrice Jones, Morfydd Lewis, Stanley Owens, Eliot Rees, Fred Rees, Nina Rees, David John Thomas, Ivor Treavett. JUNIOR CERTIFICATE. Cecil Britten, Myer Cohen (2), Cynl Davies (3), Eveline Davies, Gwyneth Davies, Margaret Davies, Sarah Elizabeth Davies (1), William Philip Davies, Arnold Edwards, Eunice Evans, Stanley Evans (1), May Evans (2), Gwennie Howells (1), Doris Jenkins, Gilbert Jones (i), Mary Jones, Jane Jones, Myfanwy Lake, Hubert Lewis (3), Phyllis Lloyd, Mary Jane Owen, Margaret Parry, Edna Rees, Olwen Rees, Millicent Rees, Marie! Smith (2), Blodiwen Thomas (1), Brinldy Thomas (2), John Albert Thomas (1), Wm. Morgan Thomas (3), Douglas Treavett (I), May Walters, Geraint Williams, Myfanwy Williams, Cecil Young. The following pupils have secured exemp- tion from Matriculation:—Ivor Jones, Violet Jones, Ceinwen Lewis, Mattie Rees, Enid Williams, Madden Williams, Cordelia Davies, Morfydd Lewis, Fred Rees, Nina Rees, David John Thomas.
Presentation to Llandovery Stationmaster. At a meeting of railwaymen, presided over by Mr. Herbert James, goods guard, Riga House, on Monday evening, Mr. Aldrfdge, the popular stationmaster,' who is leaving the district for Marsden, Yorkshire, was pre- sented with a beautiful leather travelling case and wallet, both of which had the recipient's initials inscribed thereon. The Chairman said he had served under several stationmasters, but he had never found aiy one of them more obliging and courteous than Mr. Aldridge. Mr. Rd. Lloyd, engine-driver, concurred. He had known Mr. Aldridge for very many years. He had always found him kind, and never too busy to give an opinion or advice to the staff. Llandovery's loss would be Marsden's gain. Councillor Rd. Thomas, who was much affected in making the presentation, said that although it gave him great pleasure to hand it to Mr. Aldridge, his feelings were mingled with grief at the fact that he was losing a stationmaster who had been so many years in the district. He wished him good health and the best of luck. Mr. John Edwards, loco. department; Mr. J G. Griffiths, permanent way; and Mr. Albert Powell also paid tribute. The latter said that Mr. Aldridge was not only a man, but a gentleman." Mr. John Griffiths, loco. department, also spoke. Mr. Aldridge, acknowledging, mentioned that during the time he had been at Llan- dovery the wages bill had gone up ten times, and the members of the staff had doubled. The short down platform which was there when he came had been made a very long one. He was greatly touched at the kindness which had been shewn him during the time he had been a resident of the town by the staff and the general public. His wife joined him in thanking them all, (Applause).
1 Llandovery Wedding. I A pretty wedding, and one in which mote than usual interest was taken, as it was the first to be celebrated in the ancient Church of Llanfair-ar.-y-bryn since its restoration, has just been solemnised. The Vicar, the Rev. D. Edmondes-Owen, officiated. The con- tracting parties were Miss Eva Williams, younger daughter of Mrs. Williams, and bhe late ex-Sergt. Williams, of the White Hart Hotel, and ex-Inspector Thomas Williams, son of Inspector T. Williams, Clynderwen, Whitland. The bride, who was tastefully dressed in white silk crepe-de-Chine, trimmed with mother of pearls, and large white pic- ture hat to match, was gven away by her mother. The bridesmaid, Miss Millie Gravelle, Burry Port, was attired in pink crepe-de-Chine, with pink hat to match, and carried a bouquet of white roses. The best man was Mr. Howell M. Williams (brother of bride). The bridegroom has only recently been demobilised after 31 years' strenuous service with the R.F .A. in France. The wedding breakfast was partaken of at the White Hall Hotel. The guests included the Vicar, the Rev. D. Edmondes-Owen; Inspector Williams (bridegroom's father) Messrs. G. G. Wil- liams and H. Newton Williams (brothers of the bride) Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Richards (brothei-in-law and sister of bride) Mrs. S. Gravel amd Miss M. Gravelle, Burry Port; Mrs. T. Gravelle, Llanelly; Mrs. Lloyd Evans, Ammanford; Councillor W. Jones, Alma House; Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Jenkins, and P.C. Phillips, Llandovery. The bride was the recipient of a nice col- lection of useful presents. The newly-married couple in the course of the day left by motor-car for Aberystwyth, where the honeymoon is being spent.
I THE PAUCE, AMMANFORD. I Next week's stupendous attraction at the Palace includes Nesbit's Mammoth Mysteries, considered the greatest illusionist now on the halls, and by common consent, the successor to Ching Ling Soo. In addition there is Tom Lloyd, the well known comedian, whose reputation as a first class artiste is well known. Cissie Latene, comedienne and dancer, figures prominently, as well as Cbrunudia, the champion copcertinist. The comedy sketch, Polly, will be staged by Borrington and Alexander. Others on the bill are Arthur Diamond, the comedy juggle!r; and Drawboy and Drout, the comedy duo.
I AMMANFOAD CHOIR'S INVITATION. I 1 he Ammanford Choir received a telegram this (Thursday) morning conveying an invita- tion to sing on .M.S. Lion," which now lies off Swansea. The offer was immediately accepted, and at the time of penning these lines intense excitement prevailed. This again demo-istrates the popularity of our successful choir.
AMMANFORD URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL PRIVATE STREET WORKS ACT. 1692. PORTION OF ISCENNEN ROAD, AMMANFORD. TO THOSE WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. v J NOTICE IS HEREBY ,GIVEN t+iat at a Meeting of the above Council, held on Monday, the 8th day of September. 1919, at the Y.M.C.A. Institute, Ammanford, the following Resolution was duly passed (that is to say)- That whereas on the 2nd day of October, 1907, in accordance with Sec- tion 2 of The Private Street Works Act, 1892 (55 and 56 Vict., c. 57), this Council passed the following Resoletion, namely- That with a view to facilitating the work of Street Improvements within II their District, it is advisable to adopt, II and this Council hereby do adopt, The II Private Street Works Act, 1892 (55 and 56 Vict., c. 57).' And whereas on the 3rd day of June, 1919 (in accordance with Section 6, Sub- section 2, of the said Act), the follow- ing Resolution was duly passed by this Council, namely- v II That it is desirable, and this Council II hereby do Resolve, to drain, pave, II metal, channel, and make good the II | whole of Iscennen Road, and that the Surveyor be instructed to prepare and submit to the Council in respect of -mxh ￼ ￼ Street Works (I) A Specification with Plan and Sections (if applicable) (2) II An Estimate of the probable expense of II the Works; and (3) A Provisional Apportionment of the estimated expense among the premises liable to be charged II therewith under the Private Street II Works Act, 1892.' II And whereas the said Specification, ￼ Estimate and Provisional Apportionment, so far as the same relate to that part only of Iscennen Road aforesaid which lies between its junctions with College Street and Talbot Road, respectively, have accordingly been prepared by the II Council s Surveyor and submitted by him to them, II It is hereby Resolved: That this | Council, pursuant to Section 6, Sub- section 2, of the said Act, hereby II approve the said Scpecification, Esti- mate and Provisional Apportionment as 0 II so prepared and submitted, witnout modification or addition.' T. M. EVANS, Clerk to the Council. Council's Offices, Ammanford, September I Ith, 1919.
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