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LOCAL POLICE COURTS. .-

CARMARTHEN BOROUGH

AMMANFORD

LLANDEBIE

LLANWENOG

PENCADER

TALYBONT (CARD.)

PENYGROES

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PENYGROES SUCCESS. Perusing the list of successful candi- dates at the last National Eisteddfod Gorsedd exa- mination, it is very gratifying to see the name of Miss Emily Thomas, headteacher Infants' Depart- ment at the Council Schools, among the successful ovates. Miss Thorny came here a vear ago, with an excellent record in Welsh studies, "and it is parti- cularly pleasing to congratulate her on this. her crowning success and achievement. The status of these Gorsedd examinations is high, and the battle is only for the valiant. During recent years, edu- cational authorities have greatly emphasised the need of a more intelligent teaching of Welsh in our elementary schools, and thus we may appre- ciate Miss Thomas' position the more, as being the first public school teacher to secure this disfTnc- tion.â"Y Ddraig Goch." Misaiox SERVICES.âOn Wednesday and Thursday of last week united mission services were held at Penygroes, C aersalem, and Calfaria Chapels, when the Rev. R. B. Jones, Porth, preached powerful sermons to large congregations. Collections were. made towards defraying the expenses in connection with the mission.

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