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IN THE DISTRICTS. LLANSAMLET. The Army and Navy Stores have now opened their new branch hon at Morris- ton. Not- address: The Cross (next oo..)r to Uem Gmema). Morriston. KILLAY. J A public meeting was held at the Coun- cil School, Mr. D. Lloyd presiding. The I object of the meeting was to discuss ways and means for getting a hall or hut for the benefit of the young people. Views in support were expressed by Messrs. F. Mason, J. Napier, the Rev. J. H. Davie?, T. E. Rees, and others. A plebiscite of the inhabitants, is to be taken, OUNVANT. I A movement is on foot amongst the members of the Ebenezer Sunday school to erect a memorial in the cemetery in memory of the members of the Sunday school. Diptheria is prevalent in the district. Three cases have been taken from one house to the hospital. The annual eisteddfod on Saturday pro- mises to be very successful, as there are reoord entries BRYNAM^AN. BRYNAMMAN. Monday evening, under the chairman- ship of Hr. Godfrey Ev:m", at Ebene7/er Chapel, the past-or (Rov-, J. Evans) was presented with a purse of Treasury notes and books on his departure for Scotland, where he intends to join thp Fmth Mission 'Society. The notes wore handed over by Mr. Thomas Davies (deacon), on behalf of the church, while the book, A Com- mentary on the Revelations," was pre- sented by Mr. Fohn James (deacon), on behalf of an anop; mou-s ftrend. A mis- cellaneous programme was given. CARMARTHEN. There was no < strike a.t CIrMRTf he," marft on Wednosday against the new regulation of the Ministry of Food which prohibits the weighing of fat sheep before being graded, as had taken place at Crymmych, Newcastle Emlyn, and Llany- byther buit farmers disposed of their stock. Farmers at Lla.ndyssul and St. Clears marts on the previous day also complied with the regulation. On Satur- day a special meeting of delegates from South Walos branches of tiin National Farmers' Union will bo held -at Car- marthen to consider the question of opposing the regulation. The conference will also decrde upon the line of to be taken in regard to the refusal of the Food Ministry to increase the maxi- mum price of farsv butter. For Eve-y Description of Men's New and Pocon.d-hand Clothirs: and suitable for work and evening wear the Army and TVavy Stores. The Cross (next door to Gem Cinema). Morriston. LLANDILO. 1 A very successful opening of the Young People's Guild, beating all records of previous years, was held at the Ebenezer Baptist Schoolroom, when about 140 were entertained to tea. The tables were laden with all sorts of dainties kindly given by a number of the ladies, and were presided over by Mrs. D. Peters, Mrs. Edmund Williams, Mrs. T. C. Hurlo, and Miss K. Owen, B.A., assisted by a large number of willing hands. A hearty welcome was given to all, and a very enjoyable evening was spent. The Ebenezer Guild in previous years has been quite an attraction to the young people of the church and town. The committee once more have prepared a varied and interesting programme, and with an energetic pastor and a band of strenuous co-workers they can look for- ward for another prosperous s-ason. Mr. Ben Griffiths and Miss A. M. Smith are acting as co-secretaries, d Mr. J. R. [ fiioiiias treasurer. i TRESOETH. 1 A presentation meeting was held at the I Treboeth Public Hall on Wednesday even- j lng. under the auspices of the Treboeth i and Dist;ieL Sailors' and Soldiers' Recep- bon Committee, when Privates A. Lewis, G. Evans and J. R. GriiMths wer? pre- sented wiHi cLequ?s and m6dils. The presentations Were made by Misses Mor-' gans, Euwards and Evans. During the evening an entertainment was arranged, in which the following took partMessrs. A. Charles, A Jones,. Misses N. Edwards and M. A. Rees. Speeches were also made by Messrs. H. Evans, E. Phillips, and E. Gray. Miss Muriel Willialbs (Treboeth) acted as accompanist, whilp Mr. T. Evans presided. E S Chappe". Swansea bas 1.809 Over-i Qoats ready to weir in stocfc Ten per cent, discount allowed tn Discbared SaiJor5 and ;?ldiei:s. &ep. window#. j AMMANFORD, Tha Daily Herald challenge, shield tV-r the best single exhibit at the Newport Welsh Vegetable Show was won kv Mr. W. J. Jones, son of Mr. John Jones, Tiry- dail, Ammanford. His exhibit of onions, potatoes, beet, parsnips, carrots, and tur- nips was described by the judges as the best they had ever seen. Mr. Jones has gained more than local fame as a grower of garden produce, and his exhibits have won for him premier honours at most of the provincial shows. Tho Rev. D. Tectvyn Evans, B.A., Birkenhead, the well-known Wesleyan divine and Welsh litterateur, conducted services at Christian Temple, Amman- ford on Wednesday, under the auspices of tho local Free Church Council. In the afternoon he. delivered an impressive sermon, and in the evening gave his famous lecture on Ann Griffiths," the Welsh hynmologist. E 8 Chappell, Swansea ba* 1.000 Over- eojits read., to wear in stock Tep per cent, discount allowed to Discharged Sailora and soldiers. See windows. ABERAVON-PORT TALBOT. Tho opening meeting otf Cymrodonon Dyffryn Afnu. a Margam was h?ld at Tabernacl Ngwvdd on Tu?dav nig-ht, wh? Prof. W.J.Grufhdd, M.A., Cardie,. gave an address on Peasant Culture." Mr. Thomas Davies, the new chairman of the society, presided, and a cordial vote of thanks was given the lecturer on the motion of Mr. D. J. Lkyd, M. A., of the County ScbooLs, seconded by Mr. Thos. Griffiths. The wedding took place at the Chapel of Ease, Port Tulbot, on Wednesday, of Police Constable John Thomas Griffiths, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Griffiths, 13G, Kimberle'y-road, Penvlan, Cardiff,! now stationed at Sandfielcls, Aheravon. ?u;d Miss Edith Mary Jenkins, eldest daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jenkms, Gwaryoaeau, Port Talbot. The bride was attended by her nioce, Miss Nancy Dalies, and little nephew, Master Arthur Powell, while Mr. Talrryn Grif- fiths. bridegroom's brother, was. best J man. The Revs, D. J. Jones, M.A. (Vicar) and P. H. Thomas (Curate) j officiated. The honeymoon is being spent at Clifton. E 8 Cll n,JjIJl" II. Swansea has 1.0r., Over- coats ready to wear in stock Ton per cam discount allowed to Discharged S.dlou and Soldier*. Seo window#. LL AM DO VERY. The remain? of the late Mr. T. Ll. Morgan, Medical Hall, Handovery'e oldest tradesman, were laid to rest at Llandingat Church. A large arceinblage of sympathisers paid their last tribute. These included the chiaf inhabitants' of the town and neighbourhood. The Eovs. D. Edmondes-Owen (Vicar of LILLN-*1 dovery), II. Lloyd (Vicar of St. Mil!Y'), and the Warden of the College (the Rev. W. W. Poole-Hughes), on?iated. Ti?e chief mourners were.-—Mrs. Morgan' (widow), the Misses Mary and Maggie, Morgan (daughters), Master Thomas L. I Morgan (son), Mr. and Mrs. J. R. James (brother-in-law and sister-in-iaw), Mr. Dd. James, Dolgom (brother-in-law), Miss Mary James, Grove Roilrp, (sister- in-law), Mr. Stanley James ancl Miss Julia James, Maosygwandde (sister-in- law and brother-in-Inw), Mr. ono. James, Brynamman (brother-in-law), Mr. Wm. Lord, Glyncoch, Llanwrda (brother-in-, law), Mr. Willie and Mis- Polly-Lord j (nephew and niece). Mrs. Harries, 1 11 hen (cousin), Mr. Edward Lewis, Gelly-1, (.cousin), Mr. -Benjamin Davies, felen Siioh (cousin), MiS8 Blodwen Lord (niece), Miss Gweneth James, Brynam- man (niece). SKEWEW. The great event ueyt Saturday at Skewen is the Children's Choir Eisteddfod, the proceeds from which are in aid of the Skewen and Neath Abbey Sailors' and Soldiers' Reception and Presentaripn Fund. Judging from the very large nuin- her of entries, the event promises to be a IllORt successful one. Among the chil- dreta's choirs who have entered for the chief choral are some of the tMat in Gla- morgan and Carmarthenshire. The winning conductor will be chaired- I



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