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-r-rLangharne Notes. [BY VERITAS]. A SAD CASE OF DROWNING IN LAUGHARXE RIVER. The children of the National School had a half holiday on Thursday afternoon, the 11th inst. Four boys from the ages of 9 to 12, living at Cr )lIS I-uvabont a mile from the town, instead of going home, laasblid on the banks of the rifer, and about halfway between Laughame and St. Clears, three of them went into the mer to bathe. One little fellow, Thomas, the son of Datid Bowcn, of Crosa Inn, about le-i jears f igc,went furtherthenthe others, and soon sank in a deep whirlpool, his young companions not being able to rander any aseistance. The body was not found till about three o'clock on Friday afternoon, when it was discovered more thaiT a mite higher up in tl.c river than where the accident occurred, hating evidently been carried up by the tide. lie was a very bright and promising boy, and! great sympathy is felt with the parents in thti'r sad beieivement. The funeral, which took place on Tuesday morning, was very largely atlendtcl. All the school children, except the infants, weie taken there by the teachers. THE SEASON. The tivrn now looks very blight. Many of the houses have been improved outwardly, at least, in view of thei coming season, when a large number ot visitors are expected- They generally arrive in goctlly; number at Whit<unt:d>, A few have alrta,dy tuad-, thtir appearat,.ce.

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Llandilo Board of Guardians.

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