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K 1 1) W E LLY. ECCLESIASTICAL IN I-LLI,IGENCE.I'be Rev Morgan Richards, B.A., curate of Kidwelly, has just been offered, and has accepted, the curacy of Brcconshire. DURING the week Mr Alexander Young, of Glanmorfa, has distributed a very large quantity of bread, tea, and sugar amongst the most deserving poor of Kidwelly. On New Year's Day he, as usual, had all the children of the town at his house, and gave coppers and biscuits to each. THE DISTRESS.—We hear that there are no prospects of a re-start at Gwendraeth Works, although it was stated the other day that some arrangements would probably be mde soon after Christmastide whereby work would be resumed. One of the obstacles in the way of a re-start is the depression in the trade, and the works could not be set going except on unremunerative terms. Then there is no manager available, and it is, it seems, a difficult task to get a really capable man for the post. In the meantime the distress remains unabated, and efforts arc being made again by the mayor to give relief to the worst cases. Last week over 150 families were assisted from the mayor's fund, towards which the Western Mail has again granted part of the balance in hand from last year's shilling fund. Several smaller sums of money have been received from outside friends, and more help is urgently wanted.

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