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IN THE DISTRICTS! AMMANFORD. i STwyddiau pree, ba-earn, a thin, Geir yn Slop Harries, ar tlario-yt-lilai Scwar neu round, pob iliw a. llun, A phopeth i ate-a poced pob uu. Harries, iionmonsexs and House fumirheiv. 06-10 NEATH. I A successful entertainment was given at the Neath and District War Hospital (Neath Aula tary) by -Lbe Knats" ircau » W anl, assisted by Miss Jiessie vV'il- linms, Miss Maliet, and Mr. John liams, Bi-itoiurerry. The orderly-room sketch and the poweriul two-act drama" caused great amusement. I ERITONFERRY. I The lialr-ye.;u'ly services at the Eng- lish Congregational Chureli were conduc- ted by dIe KGV. T. Sinclair LvanG, of St. Belen'fe-road CongrLgaLlonal Church, Swansea, who preached three thoughtful and eloquent discourses to appreciative I audiences. E. S. IJhapIJ, High-street, allows 10 Discount to Dfsoharged Sailors and. Soldiers. LLANELLY. I Various claims from Llanelly allotment holders in the Llanerch district whose land is required for building, have been forwarded by the Corporation to the Local Government Board. Llanelly tobacconists want Tuesdays regarded as the weekly halt-holiday, and the Town Clerk will take steps to secure the Closing Order. « Aid. 11. D. Bees and Councillor John Hughes have been appointed by the Llanelly Corporation to act on the SSouth Wales Wages Board. AMMANFORD. I Many touching tributes were borne to the late Miss Lizzie Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Evans, 24 Station- road, Ammanford, at the interment in the Ebenezer burial ground on Tuesday afternoon, the Ifev. J. Griffiths, B.A., RD., officiating. She had been a patient at the Denbigh Sanatorium. She took an active part in all meetings of the young people at Ebenezer, and was a faithful ii-iember of the Band of Hope. There was a large cortege, which was headed by the Ammanford Police. BURJiYPORT. I On Tuesday the late Mr. Enoch Daviea, Saudiield-row, was buried at Carmel. The deceased was well known, and the funeral a large one. The Rev. J. H. Kaes officiated. The chief mourners were: II Mrs. Davies (widow), Mr. and Mrs. W. Jenkins (daughter and son-in-law), Mr. and Mrs. Kosser, Ammanford (daughter and son-in-law), Misses Elizabeth, Eleanor Annie and Sarah (daughters), together with a large number of relatives. The Hurryport Co-operative Society, of which deceased was a committee-man, passed a vote of condolence on Monday. The de- ceased had travelled a good deal in his v" ounger days. B a. Obappell, High-street. allows li) pc. Discount to Discharged Sailors and Soldiers SKEW EN. I The report of the Skewen and Neath Abbey District Nursing Association for IIay, 1919, is as followsGeneral cases vii books, 12; new general oases nursed, 4; r ut on by doctors, 3; applied, 1; taken i ft books, 6; convalescent or improved, 3; deaths, 3; visits paid, 282; midwifery— eases booked, 8; cases mused, 4; still on books, 25; visits, 131; midwifery fees. ,In 10s. Gd. Mr. Tiewis Parson, aged 35, 80, New- road, Skewen, was buried on Tuesday in I Skewen Parish Churchyard, the Reys. J. Evans Jones (Tabernacle) and J. C. Bey- non, B.A., eani-atr curate of Skewen, officiating. The funeral was very large and representative. It is only some seven months ago that a brother diad-a victim of influeuza--an,i the widowed mother and family are deeply sympathised with. E S. Cbappell. High-street, allows 10 p.c. Disoount to Discharged Sailora and Soldiers.

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