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Byr<f5fvOftT. I The annual nwsetmpr of the Burryport Urban Council vriil t-gke on Thurs- tlay, April 25th. !Th« retiring chairman is Dr. Dd. Arnold and the vice-chairman Mr. Thos. Davies. I The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Davies, aged 84, of Cwmhychan, Graig Capel, Burryport, took place at Carmol Grave- yard. The Rev. J. H. Rees officiated. A most impressive memorial service was held at Carmel Chapel in memory of the late Mr. Wilfred Isaac, who was killed a fortnight ago. The pastor spoke highly of the young man, who was only 20 years of age. On Sunday and Monday, the anniver- sary services of the Englteh Congrega- tional Church were held, when Professor T. Oliver Stephens (Carmarthen) preaehed. Several persons were prosecuted at the Llanally Police Court on Wednesday for having matches or cigarettes in their pos- session at a Weet Wales factory, and the Presiding Magistrate (Mr. R. H. Samp- ton) said there had been repeated warn- ings. They had threatened to send offenders to prjson. The following were the defe.ndants;- W. J. Kelly, 3, Bathurst- streot, Swansea, and James Gillett, Nep- tune Hotel, Burryport, who were sent to prison for 14 days; and Charles Nichol- son, 169, Elkington-road, Burryport, and Tom Bennett, 4, Als-street, Llanelly, who were fined £5

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