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AMMANFORD. I

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AMMANFORD. I At Gwynfryn evening service on gan-i day. the arnt portion of the service was i ronductc-d by tho liov. Towvu Joneii I M.P j On Sunday the B-ev. Xantlais Wil- liams preached at Christian Temple, ? »nd Mr. am Jenkins occupied thn puloit I *I( ] N?fr. Sam Jelil-?ins oc?-,U p i-,tt l thr, pulpit l The English Congregational Church, t? well the other local churches, h?tvpj -pnt Chri?ma? ifts ? their intnil)ersi md adherents who are now serving w-?th Ibe colours. The Cymdeithas Ddiwylliadol of Gwyn-1 'ryn Church which was so successful luring the autumn, has been transformed j into a Bible class, under the direction of '.he Rev. E. J. Kosser Evans. j We are pleased to find Messrs. Evan! fiians and Ewart Price home on Christ-1 mas vacation from Cardiff University. Despite the war, they did very well lti-ing their first term. Definite arrangements have been made .r the arrival of 1J. Belgian refugees in Ammanford on Wednescday night. Mr. .j. R. Evans, J.P. (chairman of the Dis- trict Council), was on Wednesday morn- ing busy superintending the furnishing jf houses to accommodate the families on ir arrival. The Home Circle at the Y.M.C.A. was again a grand success. The lecture hall was crowded. Mr. Oscar Evans, i £ r. U. Evans (. Arcade). Miss Gwladys Davies, Mr. Sam Jenkins, and Mr. Tom Harries sang. The accompanist was Miss Annie Davies (formerly of the Royal ti)res), The principal speaker was Mr. W. Hopkin (Cardiff University), who de- livered a touching address. At the Y.M.C.A. on Monday evening, the weekly session of the I.O.G.T. was ne Jd. under the presidency of Bro. Hiley Carries. After business had been gone .Urough, games of various kinds were in- dulged in, arranged by a ladies' com- mittee. of which Miss Hanna Walters iBettwr-) was the leader. It was de- rided to hold a coffee supper on January 1th, the gentlemen to arrange the supper tnd the ladS*? to provida the subsequent '>ntf>rtaimaent- The first of the Welsh Bills to be in- troduced into, Parliament next Session sras deposited yesterday by the Amman- ford Urban District Council, under the title (vf A Bill to empower the Amman- ford Urban District Council to construct sewerage works and street improvements, and for other purpoees." The Bill em- powers the Council to carry out. ewer- age works necessary to convey the sew- age into the main sewer authorised by the Amman Valley Joint Sewerage Order, 1914. The works set out comprise 54 conduit lines of pipes, which are esti- mated to t'œt £17,500, in addition to £1.156 which is estimated to be required j 'to purchase the necessary lands. The Council seek power to widen and improve Station-road, Wind-street, and Quay- "treet. and the cost of these street im- provements is estimated at El,lM. There ire provisions, a lso, to enable the Coun- ■i! to acquire the lands necessary for the proposed works, and to enable the Coun- cil to lay water mains in private streets, and to enlarge the powers of the Council with reference to the eupply of water, The Council seek power to borrow £20.250 ?nd such further money as the Local Government Board may think a?=- &3-1 sary. Ammanford is fairly cheerful this | Hiristmastide, notwithstanding the war. The shop preparations are effective and attractive, and good business is being done. In addition to the establishments men- tinned in lat week's "ilemld," a busy j :-?iy)ned in lat-t wee rentre now, as ustial, is the well-known shop of Mr. Luther Bye, the chemist. 'I The proprietor make* a feature of pilre irugs and chemicals," and, as lie serves an immense number of patients under ¡ rhe National Insurance Act, the claim is an important one. It is said he must be making up the prescriptions of half the county, or his name would not figure so prominently in the county finance under the Act. Side lines he lias, of course, j but they are secondary in consideration to the emphasis laid upon pure drugs."

BR-YN AMMAN. )

CARMARTHEN. I

CWMAMMAN. I

! CLYDACH.

GOWERTOX.

GWAUN-CAE-GURWEN I AND CWMGORSE.

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I ; -JERSEY MARINE. 1

KIDWELLY.I

LLANDEBIE. -I

LOUGHOR.I

I LLANDILO. ;!

LLAXSADWRN.. I;

LLANGADOCK. I

LLANDOVERY.I

MORRISTON. I

PONTARDULAIS. 1:

PONTARDAWE. I

SWAJSSEA. I

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