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MYDBIM. SUSUAV SCHOOLS FESTIVAL.On Whit-Monday the Minual meeting of the Mydrim district (upper part) Sunday Fcbool Association took place at Mjdrim. The day AVIS beautifully line, and an enormous number of people gathered together. The sacred edifice could contain only a portion of the number the rest had 10 be satisfied outside, on the "chapel green." The Suuday Schools sang, and recited passages from the Scriptures in the following ordor -Tyhen, catechised by Rev J D Evans, Talley Bankyfelin, catechised by Rev E Davies, Llanpumpsaint; Llanstephsn, catechised by Rev T. Lamb, Newpoir; Cwmbach, catechised by Rev D. Lewis, Llanst>jphan Mydrim. catechised by Rev J. Walters, S'. Clous. Mr Joseph Lewis, Oid College School. Carmarthen, introduced the afternoon netting. It was evident that no p&ins had been mp,.ru by the various schools in pteparing for the gymanfa." This was manifested i;i the efficient manner in which,a preformed their work. If the iowir division of the district is to be amalgamated with the upper, Home means must be ukken ill .o futo.e to provide sufficient accommodation for ail the school?. DEATH AM> FUNEUAL OF Mus THOMAS, FOUNTAIN* rN-Ap, soon as the gymanfa was over, the j majority attended the funeral of one of the old'St and most respected inhabitants of Mydrim, viz., Mrs Thomas, Fountain Inn. She had attained the advanced age of S! and had enjoyed very good health up to the last year or two, when there were visible signs of her sirtngth failing, and she quietly passed away on Friday, May 22. Rev J Walters, deceased's pastor, ofliciatecl at the house, and the Rev A Britten, vicar of Mydrim, at the church. where the interment took place. Deceased hael leel •in able life and it can be safely said that no public-house in the whole country id kept in a more commendable manner than the "Fountain." Mrs Thomas saw that the strictest sobriety was always observed in the house and Av"c, t") iiiiii who durst raise his voice or showed &ny signs of v temperance. She was a !titiLi'ul member at the Mydrim Chapel, where the loss is deeply felt. She leaves a husband to mourn his irreparable loss. He has the sympathy of all his j neighbours and acquaintances in his bereavement,

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Carmarthen Bankruptcy Court.


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LlaDdilo Urban District Council.