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LLANDEB E NOTES

. NEW QUAY

NEWCASTLE-EMLYN

PENCARREG.

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LLANDYSSUL

LLANDILO

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LLANDILO PROPOSED OUTING.-It has been now decided that the annual outing of the Llandilo and District Licensed Victuallers' Association will be to Cardi- gan, the party to be conveyed there by motor-car through Carmarthen and Ccnwil. A pleasant day's enjoyment is anticipated. A FINE SHOT.âThe successful debut made by Corporal William Owen Jones, of the Llandilo Territorials, has been followed with much interest. He has done exceedingly well from a sporting and a monetary aspect. Corpl. Jones joined his battalion in camp at Ammanford this week. PERSONAL.âThe news of the appointment of the Rev. William Davies, of Ffairfach, as chairman of the Welsh Congregational Union, gave much satis- faction locally, and he has been cordially congratu- lated upon the honour conferred upon him. The rev. gentleman is now staying at Bournemouth for the benefit of his health. FESTIVAL SERVICE.âUnder the auspices of the Church Choral Union, an English Festival Service was held at the Parish Church on Tuesday. Those choirs taking part hailed from Llanfair-ar-y-bryn (Llandovery). Llandilo, Llangennech, Loughor. and Gwaun-cae-gurwen. Mr. W. Baxter Brookes, F.R.C.O., Carmarthen, was the conductor. The heavy downpour of rain told a tale on the atten- dance, but the event was, notwithstanding, a great success, the singing being of a high standard. THE SEASON.-There were several parties in the town on Saturday, but the very unsettled weather is exceedingly disappointing. On Tuesday, the Towv was in full flood, after practically twentv-four I hours heavy rains, but fortunately the greater por- I tion of the hay harvest has been successfully gar- I nered. TBEGEYB GARDEN PARTY.-Ile garden party at Tregeyb on Thursday, which was held for the Llan- dilo "townspeople to welcome home Mr. and Mrs Philipps, was exceedingly well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Gwynne-Hughes and a party of friends were assiduous in their efforts to make the visit a plea- sant one, and it was greatly enjoyed. The Terri- torial Band played selection3 of music. The grounds were thrown open, and an opportunity to view the splendid presents was given, and refreshments pro- vided. The weather was a little disappointing Tate in the afternoon.

ABERGWILI

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