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Amman Valley Gleanings. [BY GLEANEK.] powerful temperance address was rcroci at Gwynfryn School-room in con- ion with the White Ribbon Movement, on ay evening, April 27th, by the Rev L C, LIS, Christian Temple. .s Brynwyn Morgan, Disgwylfa, of this 3, has recently been appointed teacher in ltifie Dress-cutting at the County Girls rmediate School, Carmarthen. Mrs an is an experienced teacher, and has 3ssfully trained several young women for certificate of the Scientific Dress-cutting ciation. >I< a meeting for that purpose held at the ite's Hall last Thursday evening, it was led to select a committee of ladies to take 'pinion of working-men and others in the tty re having a resident trained nurse in eiehbourliood. most inspiring and instructive lecture lelivered to the Gwynfryn students last by the humorous "Gurnos" ou Elocution." All who are aquainted with Dr Gurnos Jones' eloquence are aware that, he is one of the greatest authorites on that subject. it; The annual meeting of the Amman A alley Liberal Association was held at New Bethel Vestry-room on Friday evening 1st inst. Kev Hugh Jones (B) chairman-elect for last year presided. In the absence of the Secretary, Rev J Towyn Jones owing to the death of his little child, Mr F. Williams B.A. Ammanford, was elected Secretary pro tan. After passing the minutes of the last meeting, it was proposed by Mr T. Brynwyn Morgan, and seconded by Mr W. N. Jones, Tirydail, that Mr T. Williams, B.A., should act as president of the Association for the coming year in succession to the Rev Hugh Jones. This was agreed to unanimously. Afterwards it was decided that Rev Towyn Jones should be re-elected secretary, assisted by Mr T. Thomas, C.M., Glanamman Board Schools, and that Mr John Harris, Bry nam man, should succeed Rev Watcyn Wyn as treasurer. It was agreed that the following should be elected as representatives of the Amman Valley District on the Council of the East Carmarthenshire Liberal Assocsation —Revs J Towyn Jones, Garnant, R.S.O Hugh Jones, Garnant, R.S.O John Oliver, Glanamman, R.S.O Dr Howell liees, J.P., C.C., Glan- farnant, R.S.O; Councillors James llees, lanchester House, Garnant Trunior Thomas, Glanamman Job Phillips, Grenig Shop, Glanamman T Thomas, Glanamman Schools, Glanamman David Morgan, X cuadd Mill, Garnant Jacob Jones, Pleasant-terrace, Garnant; William Williams, Bryncethin, Garnant; Thomas Thomas, Caeglas, Glan- amman Mr Lewis Beynon, Glanamman Mr Joseph Jones, Near Bethesda, Glanamman Revs Watcyn Wyn, Ammanford I C Evans, Ammanford T F Williams, Ammanford Mr A John John, Ammanford Rev J Davies, Saron, Llandebie Mr David John Jones, Iron- monger, Ammanford Mr Griffith Elias, Devonia, Ammanford Mr T AVilliauis, B.A., Ammanford Councillors W N Jones, Tirydail, Ammanford Henry Herbert, J.P., Ammanford W Phillips, Parcyrhun, Amman- ford J Davies, Commerce House, Ammanford Revs W Bowen, Penygroes, Llandebie W D Thomas, Gibea, Brynamman; Councillors Henry Cowling, Brynanmian John Thomas, Brynamman D W Lewis, F.T.S.C., JBrynamruan John Harris, Bryn- amman William John Williams, Bryn- amman Mr Thomas Griffiths, Cwmllynfell, Swansea Valley Rev L llhystyd Davies, a -im,tn Brynamman Messrs John Llewellyn, ironmonger, Brynamman Thomas Howells, Llandilo Road, Brynamman D T Williams, Cwmllynfell, Swansea Valley; Henry \V Thomas, Butcher, Brynamman J Brynwyn Morgan, Ammanford; Rees Jones, Capel Hendre, Tycroes, Pontardulais John Davies, Manager, Rhos Colliery, Ammanford; Councillors Rees Jenkins, Gilfach, Bettws, Ammanford Daniel Rees, Bettws, Amman- ford; Mary Howells, B.A., Bettws, Amman- ford Enoch Rees, Brynamman Messrs David Richards, Pantyflynon, Ammanford Samuel Callard, Pontamman, Ammanford William Griffiths, Nailer, Bettws, Ammanford. # And that the following gentlemen should form the Executive Committee :—Revs T, Towyn Jones, Garnant; Watcyn Wyn, Ammanford Mr T Williams, B.A. Rev W D Thomas, Brynamman Dr Howell llees, J.P., C.C., Glan-garnant Councillors James Rees, Garnant; John Harris, Brynamman; Mr Griffith Elias, Devonia, Ammanford. ■X* ,Tf" I Strong resolutions were passed during the meet- ing on the Education and Land Rating Bills, also a resolution asking Mr T. E. Ellis and others of the Welsh Members to call a conference at an early date for the purpose of arriving at more unity betwcen the different sections of the Welsh party together with a vote of approval of all that was recently passed by the Conference held at Neath regarding the present Government's Education Bill. >I< Among those who took part in proposing and supporting the above resolutions were these gentle- men :— Rev Watcyn Wyn; Rev J. Oliver; Councillor W. N. Jones Mr T. Brynwyn Morgan Mr T. Williams, B.A. Mr Lewis, schoolmaster. Ammanford Mr Job Phillips Councillor Trumor Thomas, Cwmamman Councillor James Rees; Mr Jenkins, ironmonger and Rev Hugh Jones. At the close of the meeting, on the proposal of Councillor W. N. Jones, seconded by Mr Job Phillips, a vote of sympathy was passed with the relatives of Mr Levi Reea, Cwmllynfell, and Rev Rees Jones, Ammanford, two faithful members of the Council who died during the year.

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