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CARDIFF.

NEWPORT.

SWANSEA.

BHYNMA WR.

BLAENRHONDDA. |

BLAENAVON.

BRITON FERRY.

BRIDGEND.

I-I ' CWMAVON.I

CHEPSTOW.

DIN AS ISHAF.

FERRYSIDE.

LIANDILO.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

ATAESTEG.

MONMOUTH.

MEKTHYR.

NEATH.

PONTYPRIDD.

ST. CLEAR'S.

TALGARTH.

TENBY.

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TENBY. TENBY COTTAGE HO PITAL.—The anijual meeting of subscribers and friends of the Tenby Cottage Hospital was held at the Hospital on Saturday. Dr. Dystcr was voted to the chair. The hon secretary, Mr. E. R. Power, read the report, from which it appeared that the receipts, including a balance from 1881 of jE92 6s. lid., amounted to £293 15s. lid., which included a special sum of jElO given by Ml's. Forbes towards furnishing the day room. The expenditure reached £156 5s. lid., leaving a balance in the Savings Bank and the London and Provincial Bank of £137 10s, The report of the medical officer (Dr. J. Griffith Lock) showed that on the 1st of January, 1832, no patients were in the hospital, and between that date and December 31, 32 patients were admitted. Dr. Dyster, at his sole cost, had erected a new ward. By this means a day-room would be avail- able for the patients in a few weeks. The report was adopted. Complimentary votes brought the meeting to a close. FREEMASONRY.—On Wednesday the members of the Tenby Lodge of Freemasons, No. 1,177, met specially for the installation of Bro. John Rowland Rowlands, P.P.G.O. (manager of the Tenby branch of the National Provincial Bank), W.M. for the ensuing year. The lodge was called for four p.m., and a large number of the craft assembled. The lodge was opened in due form by the retiring W.M., Bro. John Griffith Lock. The cere- mony was impressively performed by the very Worshipful Bro. Lord Kensington, M P., Deputy Provincial Grand Master, P.G.S.W. of England. The newly-elected W.M. having received the con- gratulations of the brethren, invented the follow- ing members officers for the ensuing year:—Bros. Rev. George Huntington, S.W.; R. Venning, J. W.; I T. H. Thomas, treasurer: J. A. Jenkins, secretary: J. Evans, S.D.; A. T. Lewis, J. D.; B. Harries, I. G.; James Truscott, D.C.; P. G. Harries and W. H. Hodges, stewards; J. H. Thomas, organist, and R. L. Gordon, tyler. The usual formal business was then transacted, and tho lodge closed. In the evening the brethren sat down to a banquent at the Royal Gate-house Hotel, the W.M. presiding. The usual loyal and Masonic toasts were given and responded to, the company separa- ting at eleven o'clock. FUNKRAL OF MR. JOHN LUPTON LESTER.—The funeral of this gentleman, well known throughout Tenby and neighbourhood, took place on Wednesday. He died on Sunday night, after an illness of only a couple of days, at the age of 40. His remains were borne to the grave by the Tenby Fire Brigade, of which deceased was a member.

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