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I KIDWELLY. Ffair Gwenllian, held on Monday, was one of the most successful as regards the selling of cattle for several years past, big prices being obtained for fat beasts. Pigs, of which there was a large number, were sold by weight at 18s. per score. Mr. W. D. James held his mart the same day. and at this also excellent prices were obtained for store cattle. The quarterly meeting in connection with the Kidwelly district C.M. Sunday Schools, were held at the Morfa Chapel. Representatives from Burryport, Pembrey. Trimsaran Llandefeilog, Llansaint, Myn- yddygarreg, Ferryside and Kidwelly, being present. The Rev. E. 4 Herbert presided, and good work was done in catechi6ing the children and adults. Six- teen young people from the Morfa Chaoel passed the examination qualifying them to act as Sunday School teachers. Miss Lottie PhilliDS was the organist. Another Kidwelly boy-S-app Evan Rees, H.E.,—second son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rees, Caetle Stores, has been awarded the Military Medal for good work done during the recent fighting in Pales- tine. Harold and Owen, the two youngest sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jothn Anthony, Cilverthy, w'bo were in the recent fighting in Pales- tine, have both been wounded.

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