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THE NEW BOROUGH SURVEYOR.

WHAT MARKET INSPECTION OUGHT…

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Grand Concert at the Assembly…

Mr. David Lewis, of Gwynfe,

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i Welsh Church Music.

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Revolting Cruelty at Clarbestoii…

Mr. Gladstone.

Family Notices

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Mit f. JENKINS, The Friary, and family left Carmarthen on Thtirsday morning by the 7 5am. train for London rn route for Harwich, where they will in future rctide. They leave with the heartiest good wishes of their Carmarthen friends. CARMARTHENSHIRE INFIRMARY.—The Secretary begs respectfully to acknowledge receipt of the following Papers aad books from Mrs Gardener, Eiliston-terrace fruit from Mr J Mnler old linen from Mrb Aaron Roberts, Parade, and Mrs Morris, Penbryn. DR TIBBLEK' VI-CUCOA.—AVa have receivod from this firm a sample tin of their excellent beverage; and we can only confirm the general opinion expressed c.n all hands as to its nutritive ai)d pick- ine-up t-lua,itieii. AViien the medical papers unanimou-dy praise ATi-Cocoa," it is need- less for us to recommend ita use. A sample tin will be forwarded free to our readers on application to Dr Tibbies' Vi-Cccoa, Ltd 00, 61, and 02, Bunhill-ioad, London, E.C. RECRUITING IN AVALES.—The total number of recruits obtained in Wales for the Regular Army in 1897 were 1,004, and for the Militia, 1,936 The largest contributions to these totals were obtained in Cardiff, where 049 came in for the Army, and 1,013 for the Militia, 206 of the Army recruits enlisting for the Welsh Regiment. At AVrexhatn 91 were obtained for the Army (68 for the Royal Fusiliers) and 242 for the Militia and at Brecon 264: for the Army (114 for the South Wales Borderers) and 671 for the Militia. At the bpjrinning of this year there were in the three AVelsh regiments (six battalions) 1,830 men who were actually born in the counties to which their regiments belong, the AArelsh Regiment having 1,098, the Royal Welsh Fusiliers only 261, and the South Wales Rorderers, 171.