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BURKY PORT. I The tradesmen are agitating for the erec- tion of a market We doubt whether their ;.ctempt w ill he successful. âoâ I agree in giving- the children of physical exercise."âThe Rev. J. H. tteos at the Education Committee meeting. We hear that several cottages and a few- villas are about to be built in the urban area. -0- The Rev. R. Ellis Williams ofifciate*.] at Ammanford on Sunday. -0- The death of Mr. D Harries, son of Mr. W. Harries, coal merchant, Pembrey, took place on Thursday, in his 20th year. The deceased had been ailing for some time, hut his de- mise crtue somewhat unexpectedly The in- terment took place on Sunday afternoon at the burial ground adjoining Bethel Chapel, where the deceased was a faithful member. The funeral procession, which was headed by the ⢠chapel choir, was the -largest witnessed in the ancient- village. Several beautiful wreaths were sent by the choir and the Pem- brey M;de Voice Party. Much sympathy is extended to the family in their bereavement-. âoâ The Burry Port Second Eleven journeyed to Swansea on Saturday to play their first match Manse] tov>, which ended in favour of the bou:e team, who compiled a score of 89 riin-s 40. On Saturday Burry Port will pl-vy Kidwelly, the first league match, whilst the Seconds will be at home to the Vietorians, Llanelly. -0-- Th" "'I:J)er,;11S f-ipnds of Xurs-o Edwards, )\irkv'»»?nos Street, will iw glad to learn that- she is recovering after a Keiious j11}}:.>2,. r¡;c; ':1.3 c'D! dt ;î .tl. tory meeting of the Urban Council on Thurs- day evening last. A good start! A Now is the time for Spectacles. Can you read this without straining the eyes in some way? If you can't, you must have Spectacles. Jobn Walters, Chemist, Optician, &c, opposite the Station, has a special room for testing the eyes. Watch the children how they read. âoâ We have to record the death of Mrs. Bar- net, Park Street, which took place on Thurs- day evening last after a long illness. The deceased was most highly respected, especial- ly by the older inhabitants of the district. Much sympathy is felt for the- widower and family in their bereavement. -o- ttic At the last meeting of the Carmarthenshire County Council, held at Carmarthen, Mr. F. J. Evans was appointed their representa- tive as school manager for the Pembrey (roup, 3, in plac? of Mr Arthur Morgan re- sIgned. âoâ A very enjoyabl-e III; lit held at the Parish Hall on Tuesday evening of last week, when the Itev..1. Harries Williams presided over a crowded audience. Af(er a pianoforte duett ubly executed by Ii M. Evans and Mi. W. T. ttlchirds, A.V.C.M., the following took part-Recitations, Misses B. Lewis, Dorrit Perrott, Judith. Williams, and Cyril Griffiths; pianoforte solos by Miss1 A. Jones; trio by Misses Beatrice, Maud, and Z. Lewis: songs by Miss Selina Oram, Misses May Allan, Katie Morris, Louie Parry, and Masters Stanley Griffiths, Harry Martin, and Philip Stephens A shield drill by girls, un- der the direction of Miss Gunter- and Miss McDowall was excellently performed, as was also the aetlon song. Washing úay," under the tuition of Miss A. Howell. The final part of the programme consisted of songs, solos, etc., by the Amateur Minstrel Troupe, which was organised by Mr -P. Lewis; âoâ The friendly fixture between the Burry Port First Fifteen and Mr. Ben Davies's team, Llanelly, was played at Burry Port on Satur- day before last. The visitors brought down a t'ovir.MaMe side, including a few of the LI un- til First Fifteen. The homesters were at full strength. With the advantage of the wind in the first ludi the homesters had the best of matters, but the only score made W:iS 1 a splendid try b}" Fowler after a fine move- ment by the home inside half. The home- sters cru-sscd over with a lead of three points at the interval. With the wind in their favour, the visitors soon took up the attack in the second half, and after i. fiiie rally i lieat the home defence, and scored an uncon- verted try. The homesters now took up the attack, and came within an ace of scoring, The visitor? again came down the field, and after a good bout of passing, n. M Davies, ran over with a try. which was converted, j Even play followed, but. many chances went I astray with each side, the wind interfering very much with the ball. The visitors again Attacked, and Evans crossed for H. Morgan to convert. Nothing further was scored, the visitors running out victorious bv 13 points to 3. âo â For Welsh Butter, Eggs. Bacon, and Ham po to T). Burry Walters and Co., Station Road. Their Tea at le. Id per lb. is the talk for miles aronndâbc-st ever sold at the price.






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