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TL POftTARDULAES. A ? ?- I'll ? itr x-Laggar s juieaire a peziornianct ot Eliza Comes to Stay was given by the "George Wheatcrcft" (Swansea) com- pany on Wednesday evening, in aid of the Pontardulais Disabled Sailors' and Sol- diers' Fund. Mr. W. Haggar presided, and Mr. Dd. John Johnes acted as accom- panist. Pictures were also screened. Corpl. Edgar Davies, R.E., the latest local Military Medallist, was welcomed at Tabernacle Baptist Chapel on Tuesday evening. The Rev. George Williams (pastor) presided, and speeches wt-ie made by the chairman, Councillor H. W. Thomas, Messrs. Arthur Williams, J. Rhys Morgan, Tom H. Jones, and John T. Harry. The corporal was presented with a suitable gift. The baby welfare campaign is being well supported. Public meetings are to be held ii support of Commander Sir Edward Nicholas echeme. Miss May Lewis, Forest-road, of the Carmarthenshire Nursing Reserve, has taken up duties at Newport. "Sir" John MacKelvie, of Llanelly, gave an able and instructive address to Lxal "Buffs." The chaplain, the Rev. W. C. Morgan, B.A., C.F., Bros. W. J. George, K.O.M., 1. Stephen Jones, K.O.M., O. T. Young, C.P., Dan Hallam, C.P., and A. H.' Stubbs, C.P., and others associated them- selves with the vote pi thanks. The R-ev. A. Wynne Evans, London, lec- tured at Hope Vestry on' Friday evening on his experiences with the Y.M.C.A. at the front. The proceeds will be handed over to the funds of th Associatio-n. The 6, (,. v J. L l uyl Rev. J. Lloyd Morgan, D.D., presided. At the Public Hall, Hendy, on Friday evening, Mr. W. Luther Williams, manager, was presented by the Iloiitarcbi- lais and District Farmers' Co-operativo Society with. a roll-top desk on the occa- sion of his marriage. Air. J. llarries- Williams, Castelldu, presided, and the presentation was made by Mrs. H. W. Thomas. The arrangements were in the hands of Mr. Dd. Roberts, Heol JJwr. see. The funeral of the late Mr. W. t'ry iherch Price, China House, took place on Monday afternoon at liiiydgoch cemetery in the presence of a large crowd of mourners. A service was conducted by the Rev. W. E. Thomas. Ammanford, at the English Wesleyan Chapel; and the Revs. Geo. Williams, Tabernacle, and J. Ricitards, B.A.. curate, also took part. The beirers were Messrs. NV, L'hiilips (Kingswood), Peter Downing, John Matthias, Evan Jones (New Card ill House). J. Davies (County Stores), and John Battle. The chief mourners were: Mr. and Mrs. Bertic Price (son and daughter-in-law), Misses Elsie and Violet Price (daughters), Mrs. Phillips, Cardiil' (sister). Messrs. T. C. Morgan and J. Lean (Cardiff). D. Batcup. Swansea (brothers-in-law), C. Batcup (nephew), J. Price, Llandilo (cousin). Miss Lizzie Price "and Mrs. John, Llandilo (cousins). Amongst the general public were: Rev. W. Walters (Talmai), Messrs. Thomas Davies (Birchgrove), J. Allen (Mumbles), W. R. Williams. Councillor Matthew Griffiths, W. Haggar, Isaac L. Davies, J. Yv7. Aubrey. W. Giement. W- J. Crocker, Ilenry John, T. A. Thomas. R. Davies. A. Matthias, P. Brachi, E. Thomas, W. J. Griffiths, etc. Among the many Hornl tributes were some from the tradesmen 1 and the English Wesleyan Chapel. £ 3 5s. was realised at a lecture at Hope > Hail in aid of Y.M.C.A. funds. Council- lor James Thomas, Liysgwyn, presided. At Hermon C.M. Chapel a benefit con- cert was given to Mr. Henry Jones, Bryn- gwilly. Mr. E. Arthur Williams, Plas Gwyn, presided, and Madame R. Leyshon Davies, F.V.C.M., accompanied. Artistes were Mesdames Lewis, Gorseinon; Cein- wen Thomas. Gwaun-cae-Gurwen; Messrs. j Alf Evans, Three Crosses; John Richards Gowerton; John Thomas, Pontardulais (elocutionist); W. E. Thomas, Pontar- dulais (violinist).

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