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LOCAL POLICE COURTS. .-

CARMARTHEN BOROUGH

AMMANFORD

LLANDEBIE

LLANWENOG

PENCADER

TALYBONT (CARD.)

PENYGROES

NEW QUAY

BURRY PORT

NEWCASTLE EMLYN

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NEWCASTLE EMLYN i EDUCATION COMMITTEE.âA meeting was held on iriday, when there were present Rev Dan Evans (chairman), Rev. T. A. Thomas, Mrs. Rees. B.A., and Messrs. E. Davies, W. Jeremy, Griffith Davies, Josiah Jones, and Thomas Jones; J. Jones, solicitor (clerk), and S. Jones, deputy attendance offimr.-The application for a cupboard and table for Llandyssul Council School was granted.âCapel C'ynon: The Clerk stated that the well wanted cleaning, and perhaps an increased supply of water from another source would be wanted. There was a right of way to the water. It was agreed to do the necessary work.âSt. David's School bite: A site was agreed upon for the proposed new school at St. David s, Llandyssul, close by the road leading from St. David's to Rhydyceir. The Rev. T. A. Thomas stated that liah-a-dozen sites were consi- dered. The County Architect came down and fixed upon another site which satisfied the whole mana- gers, who wondered they had not thought of it be- fore.âClerkship: In accordance with a report of a recent County Education Committee, the Director wrote asking their opinion on the question of amalgamation of the offices of district clerk and that of attendance officer.-The Chairman stated that their attendance officer had as much work as he could do at present, and consequently they could not suggest any alteration. TOWK CLEUR" MARRIED.âA fashionable wedding was solemnized at St. Maihcw's Church, Upper Clapton, London, on Thursday last week. The con- tracting parties were Mr. J. E. M. George, of the firm of W. E. George and Sons, solicitors, New- castie-Emlyn; and town clerk of Newcastle-Emlvn, and Miss Ethel Williams, daughter of the late Mr. G. M. Williams and Mrs..Williams, Riverslea, New- [Cni^fle-Eimll'n (formerly of Gelligatti, Nlewtast Emlyn). The Rev. il. Williams (brother of the bride). Upper Clapton, officiated. The best man was Mr. W. S. George, magistrates' clerk, Birken- head (brother). The bride was attended by Master and Miss Williams, children of the Rev. H. Wil- liams, 20, Springfield, Upper Clapton. The other relatives present at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Garrett, Hertford; Misses Annie and May George, Miss Carrie George, Mr. H. E. George, and Dr. Trevelvan George. A reception was subsequently held at 20,S pringfield. Upper Clapton. The honey- moon will be spent in Ireland and North Wales,

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