Mydrim branch of the Farmers' Union has decided to write to Carmarthen Food Control Committees contending that agriculture is not properly represented, and asking that agriculturists should be co-opted. " as they are people who know something about the cost of food produc-MBR. Mary Aubrey, a widow, of Si years j <v" f.ge, living alone at 4. Bridvre-strret. St. ,i Clears, died on Sunday as the result of extensive burns. On Saturday Mis. V'hcebe Brigstocke saw liei standing ui the doorwav of her house with half her eki'lies burnt away. She said that he-r clothes caught fire from a cinder fallin;: from 'i!e Air. Griffith llowelis, Arbn Uou< £ , who was at his occupation in R-hos Colliery up to Saturday afternoon, complained of pain in the head and ears on Sunday. On Tuesday it culminated in an attack of brain fever, from which lie died that evening. Deceased was SS years of age, and leaves a young widow and tive chil-A reception meeting was held at Gosen in honour of Driver l^iali Bevan. Mr. Dd. Roderick, Clydach, presided, supported by the Revs. D. G. Rees, D. G. Richards, Messrs. Dd. Davies. Dl. W. John, Thos. Lloyd, Dd. Thomas, and Wm. Williams. Driver Bevan was presented with the usual gift by Mr. Lewis Hopkin, on behalf of the reception committee. The following took part:—Mrs. Hodge, Miss 'M. Davies. Miss C. Davies, Miss Gwladys I Thomas, Master II. Morgan, E- Walters, ; D. J. Bowen, R. A. Bowen, Trevor Evans, N. J. Havard, B. Davies, J. J. Williams. " Hen W'lad fy Nhadau " was sung by A competitive concert ivas held at the Congregational Church, the Chairman being the Rev. J. C. Lloyd, adjudicator of music and literature, Ptfc. E. J. Long, 'Three Crosses; accompanists, Miss E. L. Davies, and Mr. Brynmore Eva»ns. Aw a wis: Stanza, H. Williams; solo (under7) divided j between Dilys Davies and Gwyneth Evans; j solo (under 10), divided between Carrie Evans and Lily Francis. 2nd Glynis Fran- ; cis and D. Austin; recitatioii (under 10) I R. Hopkins, 2 W. Hopkins; solo (under '•!) divided between Geptie Davies and Maggie Evans, 2 Lily Francis and Carrie Evans; recitation (under 14), 1 Lily Hopkins, 2_ M*bel Hopkins; open recitation, divided between Molly Pa-ton -and JJorfydd Williams; baritone solo, E. J. Jones; soprano solo, Mrs. Stanley Davies; tenor solo, Handei Evans; duet, H. Evans and E. J. Jonee; ehampioir solo, M. J. Davies. The death occurred on Sunday of Mr. John Hughes, postmaster of Trecastle. Deceased, who was at business on -Satur-(fay, retired in hi® u'-ual health, but passed away during the night. He was in his 58th 3-ear, and leaves a wi_ dow and Mr. B. J- Clarke, resideait bandmaster, was presented with a large framed portrait of himself. Mr. D. W. Lewis pr^; sided and made the presentation on beha" of his fellow bandsmen and the commit^0• The recipient spoke on the pa,<?t and The future prospects of the band. The following contributed to the programme Messrs. A. Halfpenny, W. J. ^ ill rams. John, S. Davies, and D. W. Lewii* T.'« | accompanist was Mr. W. H.|1917-11-24|Herald of Wales and Monmouthshire Recorder - Welsh Newspapers Online
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Mydrim branch of the Farmers' Union has decided to write to Carmarthen Food Control Committees conten d ing that agriculture is not properly represente d and asking that agricu l turists should be co-opted. as they are people w h o know something a b out the cost of food pro d uc- MBR. Mary Aubrey, a w dow, of Si years <v" f.ge, living a l one at 4. Br i dvre-strret. St. ,i Clears, died on Sunday as the result of extens i ve burns. On Saturday Mis. V'hcebe Brigstocke saw liei standing ui the doorwav of her house with half her e k i'lies burnt away. She said that he-r clothes caught fire from a cinder fallin;: from 'i!e Air. Griffith llowelis, Arbn Uou< £ who was at his occupation in R- h os Colliery up to Saturday afternoon, complained of pain in the head and ears on Sun d ay. On Tues d ay it cu l minate d in an attack of brain fever, from which lie died that evening. Decease d was SS years of age, an d leaves a young w i dow an d tive c h i l A reception meeti ng was held at Gosen in honour of Driver l^iali Bevan. Mr. Dd. Roderick, Clydach, presi d ed, sup- ported by the Revs. D. G. Rees, D. G. Richards, Messrs. Dd. Davies. Dl. W. John, Thos. Lloyd, Dd. T h omas, an d Wm. Williams. Driver Bevan was presente d with the usua l gift by Mr. Lewis Hopkin, on behalf of the reception committee. The following took part:âMrs. Hodge, Miss M Dav i es. Miss C. Davies, Miss Gwladys I Thomas, Master II. Morgan, E- Walters, D. J. Bowen, R. A. Bowen, Trevor Evans, N. J. Havar d B. Davies, J. J. Williams. Hen W'lad fy Nhadau was sung by A competitive concert ivas held at the Congregational C h urc h the Chairman being the Rev. J. C. Lloyd, ad j udicator of music an d literature, Ptfc. E. J. Long, 'Three Crosses; accompanists, Miss E. L. Davies, and Mr. Brynmore Eva»ns. Aw a wis: Stanza, H. Williams; so l o (under7) divided between Dilys Davies and Gwyneth Evans; solo (under 10), divided between Carrie Evans an d Lily Francis. 2nd Glynis Fran- cis an d D. Austin; recitatioii (under 10) I R. Hopkins, 2 W. Hopkins; solo (under 'â¢!) divided between Geptie Davies and Maggie Evans, 2 Lily Francis and Carrie Evans; recitation (under 14), 1 Lily Hopkins, 2_ M*bel Hopkins; open recitat i on, divided between Molly Pa-ton -an d JJorfydd Wil- liams; baritone so l o, E. J. Jones; soprano so l o, Mrs. Stanley Davies; tenor so l o, Han- dei Evans; duet, H. Evans and E. J. Jonee; ehampioir solo, M. J. Davies. The death occurred on Sunday of Mr. John Hughes, postmaster of Trecastle. Decease d who was at business on -Satur- (fay, retired in u'-ua l health, but passed away during the night. He was in his 58th 3-ear, and leaves a wi_ dow and Mr. B. J- Clar k e, resideait bandmaster, was presented with a large frame d por- trait of himself. Mr. D. W. Lewis pr sided an d ma d e the presentation on be h a" of his fellow bandsmen and the commit ^0⢠The recipient spo k e on the pa,<?t and The future prospects of the band. The follow- ing contributed to the programme Messrs. A. Halfpenny, W. J. ill rams. John, S. Dav i es, and D. W. Lewii* T.'« | accompanist was Mr. W. H. Mycirim nrancn or tne l-armers i. -niou has decided to write to Carmarthen Food Control Committees conten d ing that agriculture is not properly represente d and asking that agricu l turists should be co-opted. as they are people w h o know something a b out the cost of food pro d uc- MBR. Mary Aubrey, a w dow, of Si years <v" f.ge, living a l one at 4. Br i dvre-strret. St. ,i Clears, died on Sunday as the result of extens i ve burns. On Saturday Mrs. V'hcebe Brigstocke saw liei standing ui the doorwav of her house with half her clothes burnt away. She said that he-r clothes caught fire from a cinder fallin;: from 'i!e Mr. Griffith llowelis, Arbn Uou< £ who was at his occupation in R- h os Colliery up to Saturday afternoon, complained of pain in the head and ears on Sun d ay. On Tues d ay it cu l minate d in an attack of brain fever, from which lie died that evening. Decease d was SS years of age, an d leaves a young w i dow an d tive c h i l A reception meeti ng was held at Gosen in honour of Driver l^iali Bevan. Mr. Dd. Roderick, Clydach, presi d ed, sup- ported by the Revs. D. G. Rees, D. G. Richards, Messrs. Dd. Davies. Dl. W. John, Thos. Lloyd, Dd. T h omas, an d Wm. Williams. Driver Bevan was presente d with the usua l gift by Mr. Lewis Hopkin, on behalf of the reception committee. The following took part:âMrs. Hodge, Miss M Dav i es. Miss C. Davies, Miss Gwladys I Thomas, Master II. Morgan, E- Walters, D. J. Bowen, R. A. Bowen, Trevor Evans, N. J. Havar d B. Davies, J. J. Williams. Hen W'lad fy Nhadau was sung by A competitive concert ivas held at the Congregational C h urc h the Chairman being the Rev. J. C. Lloyd, ad j udicator of music an d literature, Ptfc. E. J. Long, 'Three Crosses; accompanists, Miss E. L. Davies, and Mr. Brynmore Eva»ns. Aw a wis: Stanza, H. Williams; so l o (under7) divided between Dilys Davies and Gwyneth Evans; solo (under 10), divided between Carrie Evans an d Lily Francis. 2nd Glynis Fran- cis an d D. Austin; recitatioii (under 10) I R. Hopkins, 2 W. Hopkins; solo (under 'â¢!) divided between Geptie Davies and Maggie Evans, 2 Lily Francis and Carrie Evans; recitation (under 14), 1 Lily Hopkins, 2_ M*bel Hopkins; open recitat i on, divided between Molly Pa-ton -an d JJorfydd Wil- liams; baritone so l e, E. J. Jones; soprano so l o, Mrs. Stanley Davies; tenor so l o, Han- dei Evans; duet, H. Evans and E. J. Jonee; ehampioir solo, M. J. Davies. The death occurred on Sunday of Mr. John Hughes, postmaster of Trecastle. Decease d who was at business on -Satur- day, retired in u'-ua l health, but passed away during the night. He was in his 58th 3-ear, and leaves a wi_ dow and Mr. B. J- Clar k e, resideait bandmaster, was presented with a large frame d por- trait of himself. Mr. D. W. Lewis pr sided an d ma d e the presentation on be h a" of his fellow bandsmen and the committed. The recipient spo k e on the pa,<?t and the future prospects of the band. The follow- ing contributed to the programme Messrs. A. Halfpenny, W. J. ill rams. John, S. Dav i es, and D. W. Lewii* T.'« | accompanist was Mr. W. H.

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