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CARDIFF.

PENARTH.

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ST GEORGE'S SUPER ELY.

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PENTRE (RHONDDA VALLEY).

EBBW VALE.

ABERCARN.

CARMARTHEN.

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CARMARTHEN. THE LYCII GATE AND ST. PETER'S CHURCH- YARD.âOn Monday the foundation stone of the Lych Gate to St. Peters, in memory of the late vicar, was laid bv his daughter. In the evening a meeting was held to consider the best means of raising a fund for placing a railing around the churchyard. The Mayor presided, and among those present wereâthe vicar (Rev. D. P. Evans), the Rev. W. H. Sinnett, Rev. W. Matthews, Dr. J. Rowlands, Dr. J. A. J. Timmins, IMr J. J. Jones, J.P., Mr W. Spurrell, J.P., Mr R. Lester, J.P., Mr G. W. White, J.P.. Alderman D. M. Morgan, Councillors W, R. Edwards, John Lewis, W. Llewellyn, Messrs W, Morgan Grif- fiths, J. H. Smith, T. M. Davies, W. Morris, R, M. Davies, Owen Jones, E. Colby Evans, John Francis, Thomas David (Laugharne), and the churchwardens of St Peters (Messrs W. J. Wil- liams and T. E. Brigstocka). Mr T, E. Brig- stocke stated that he had received promises of £100, of which the following were the larger amounts':âRov. W. H. Sinnett, £2; Aid, T, C. Morris, BlO Mrs L. M. Jones, B10 Mrs Horton (Ystrad), Mrs Gwynne, Miss Stacey, Mrs Hugo, Mrs Davies (Swansea), the Bishop of St. David's, Rev. D. P. Evans, and Rev. N. Matthews, B5 each. £240 would be required for St, Peter's-street and Church-street, and if the railing is continued through Church-lane, S70 more.âAlderman Row- lands proposed the appointment of a committee to colleot subscriptions. It was impossible to allow the handsome Lych-gate to be surrounded with the present ruinous wall.âAlderman Mor- gan seconded the motion, and said the Lych-gate and railings would so beautify the spot, and en- hance the value of property that the owners of houses there ought to be most liberal in their sub- scriptions. Mr R. Lester was appointed secre- tary, and Mr W. Morris, treasurer.â The Vicar proposed a vote of thanks to the Mayor for pre- siding. It had given him great pleasure to hear the kind words spoken by the Dissenting friends that evening. It would be his endeavour to fos- ter that good feeling.âHii worship, in acknow- ledging the vote, said he felt a very great interest in the prospect, and did not require thanks.

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