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SWANSEA DISTRICT. A marine store dealer's cart knocked down a. little girl at Piccadilly, Loughor, one of the wheels passing o .-er her legs., At Ystradgynlais I.L.P. branch on Satur- day, Mr. W. Rosser read a paper on "Municipal Management and Private Enter- prise." The oonsideration by the Welsh Union ox Referee Taylor's report on the condurt of Hunt and Jenkins in the Swansea v. Aberavon match takes place on April 5. Through Sergeant Walters, of Reynold- ston, the farmers or the Gower Peninsula have sent 17cwt. of potatoes to the Cardiff Police Reliei Fond. On Saturday a performance of 'The Maid of Cefn Ydfa" was given at the Public Hall, Ystalyfera, by a choral party from Gwaun- oae-Garwen, under the baton oi Mr. Noah Da, vies. Mr. G. Jeffries, r forest rac-i, assistant- master at Cadle Council schools, has been appointed headmaster at GLais, in place of Mr. Tom Powell, promoted to a county inspectorship. At Ystalyfera Guild of the Red Dragon a lecture was given by Rev. Thos. Morgan, Skewen, on "Will Brvant," the famous I' character from the novel "R.hys Lewis." Mr. J. Waiter Jones. 13,A., presided. Brynau Parish Council, Bla-ckpiil, have re-elected Mr. Graham Vivian cr.airman for the ensuing year. Mr. John Owen was elec- ted a member in the place of the late Mr. John Reee. Iiandilo Guardians on Saturdav.sll,rted on the motion of Mr. D. W. Lewis, a pro- posal that a Welsh Local Government Board inspector should be appointed after Mr. Bircbam resigns. We understand that the Midland Railway Co. have practically agreed to enter into a contract with the Cwmllynfell Colliery Co., Swamsea "Valley, to construct a siding. Gr?at developments are therefore due. and a substantial output is expected. Anniversary services Were held at Cal- farm Baptist Chapel, Pcntardulais, on Sun- dav and Monday. Officiating ministers ■were Rev. Peter Williams (" Pedr Hir"), Bootie, Liverpool, and Rev. J. Gimblett, Momston. At Ystradgynlais, on Monday, Geo. Butler, collier, Ystalyfera, summoned for travelling on the Midland line witnont a ticket was fined JBI and costs.—Dd.^ Cwmtwrch, ior trespassing on the Midland Railway was fined £ 1 and costs. Extensions are being carried out iI: con- nection with St. David's Church, YstAlyiera. A Sundav school is being erected Dear the Public Rail, and is expected to coet about £ 600. The costractors are Mr. Dd. Rees, and Sons, Ystalyfera. At the Loyal William Williams' Ledge of ^cient Shepherds, at Bird-in-Hand Hotel, Vorriston, on Monday, Mr. Dan i :iissen, r Swansea cricketer, received an emblem of merit for services whilst rats&ing through ■^1*5 chaiis. OriarteTty meeting of the "Hope of plas_1 asak Lodge" of the London and Provincial JK-iding Society, held at the Commercial I Ib-ttl Plasmarl, took place on Saturday. R. \> enoe was made to the reti_ *ment of t), ecretarv, Mr. James Loose-more, and >-r. Philllp Waiters was selected as the iitai* secretary. At Goppa C.M. Chapel, Pontarduiais, on Saturdiiy, Rev. D. M. Phillips: M.A., Pt i Tvlorstown, lectured on "Y peth mwy yn y byd ond un" ("The greatest thing n the world but one.") Mr.. ,mas Da vies presided. Dr. Phillips was t^; ■> spe- cial prea.chey at Goppa on Sunday. At a meeting cf Pontardawe Trades and Labour Council on Monday evening, Mr. Wm. Evans presiding, it was decided to up- hold the action of the Raral District Coun cil in not appointing Dr. Griffiths as medi- cal officer of health. It was aiso decided to hoid a meeting jt an Trades Unioas affiliated to the Trades Council on Saturday respecting the matter. A temperance meeting was held by Cly- dach Temperance Society at the Public Hail on Saturday, Rev. J. 0. Da vies presiding. 1 The chairman and Mr. J. Da vies spoke. The harmony of he evening was contributed to by Miss Linda Lewis, Elsie Boiitho, Bessie Lewis (songs), Messrs. Dan Davies and friend (daet cn iifes), and Miss E. Green- awav and Master Trevor Daws (recita- tions). Mr. Ivor Jones was accompanist The remains of the Rev. E. Aeron Jonas Congregational minister, Manordeilo, were buried on Saturday. ilev. J. J. Jones B.A., Llanelly, took part in the service, an.) tributes to the worth and work of the de- ceased minister were paid by Rev. W. Davies, Liandilo; Prof. Jones, Carmarthen; Jtev. R. Thomas, Landore; Prof. Ken Evans, Carmarthen and Dr. loiin, LJaneiiy The last rites at the graveside were per- formed by the Rev. D. Lloyd Morgan, of Pontarduiais, and amongst tnose accompany- ing the family v-ere Mrs. Lloyd Davies, Llandilo, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Pon- tardulaae. A performance of Coward's cantata, King's Error was given by Horeb Con- gregational Choir, Morriston, numbering 160 voices, on Saturday, at Forward Move- ment Hall. This choir has already made a name for itself at the National Eistedd- fod, and its present performance sustained its splenu'd reputation. In tfte chorus, The Lora i^ King," ar<j the semi-chorus Word of tae Lord," they were heard to great advantage. The male chorus was also well given- The artistes who were in excellent voice, were: Madama Penfro Rowlands (encored), Mr. Wiilie Reei, Morrwton, and Mr. J. Morla* Evans (Mor- riston (Late of Llangennech), created a splendid impression. Praise is one to tne conductor (Mr. Sam Shipton). Mr. D. <jone>s Lioyd was an acoosnplishcd accc itipamst, At the annual meeting of th3 United Counties Hunters' Societv at Carmarthen on Saturday, a balance at the bar;of £ 119 wa.s reported. Mr. J. C. Harford, Lampeter, was appointed chairman, and Mr. G. lips, Cwmgwiliy, re-elected secretary. The following committee was appointed to re- present the four counties, the masters of foxhounds and harriers being ex officials — Qarmarthenhire—Colonel Gwynne-Hughes, Mel me- Davies- E vans, Colonel J. D. Lloyd, Colonel W. Lewes, and Mr. Pryse Lloyd. Cardiganshire—Lieutonant-cok>nel J. Howell and Major Webley Parry-Prvse. Pembroke- shire—Mr C. W Sees fctokes, Mr. Pro- theroe-Beynon, Mr. G. Williams, Mr. S. Lort Phillips, and Mr. Wynford Philipps, M P Glamorganshire—the Eon. P. C. Mor- gan," Mr. Robert Jones, and Colonel H. Lewis. At Y-tradgynlais on Monday, Benjamin ^vans, .oilier," Y'stradgyn'ais, was charged gith breaking and entering the residence of Thomas Jones, Wern Farm, with intent to commit a felony. Mr Molyneux ThomaB prosecuted, and Mr. J. Viner Leeder de fended. After a. long hearing, the magistrates de- cided that the evidence was insufficient to send the case for trial and dismissed it. The funeral took place of Mrs. M. A. Davies, Ivy Cottage, Gurnos, Ystalvfe-a, on Thursday, at Ystradgynlais Churchyard. Mourners included :—Master Aubrey Davie3 (son). Misses Minnie. Enid, Dorothv, and Bertha Davies (daughters), Messrs. \). G | Morgan and Ted Morgan, New Swan Hcte! (brothers), Mrs. T. Morgan and Mrs. H. Evans (sisters), and Mr T Morgan, Ynis, g.j..n Farm (brother-w^«-v

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