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..-Presentation to Dr. Goodall.

The Symbol of Streny-tll.


II Carmarthen Borough Police…


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Races and Sports at Laugharne.

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New Parish Church at Gwynfe,


New Parish Church at Gwynfe, LAYING OF THE FOFNDATION MI STONE. there was a large gathering of clergy and f ty at Gwynfe on I riday afternoon, when the foundation .stone ot a new parish church was laid by Mrs St. Vincent Peel of Danyrallt. The church, the site of which is 30 or 40 yard to the north-cast of the old church, is being erected by a local contractor, Mr Daniel Price, of Llangadock, from designs by Mr E H. Burton, architect, Cardiff, and the totai cost Will be about £ 1,600. It will accommodate about 250 worshippers. Towards the cost about £ \yjoo has already been collected, of wtncli £ 153 was placed on the stone, Mr D. Jones, farmer, Cwmcoy, giving a donation of tloo of this amount. Among those present were the Lord Bishop of Swansea the Ven Archdeacon Pryce, of Golden Grove; the Rev W. Lees, rural dean of Llangadock the Revs J. Jones, vicar of Gwynfe D.J. ]-)rvi, v;roro.. ot Jjlanddeusant D Jones, Llansadwrn ■ H. Lloyd vicar of Ca.o J. Morlais Jones' Si-Hs^PvT"1;w A- £ M. Taliat-is, J. N. Evans, vicar of Llangybi E. organ, viar of \stradltin and E. Jones, vicar ot Llanaovery. Mrs St. Vincent Peel wa,s presented by the vicar on behalf of the building committee, with a beautiful trowel and mallet, and Mrs Peel, suitably laid the stone.-The Rev J. N. Evans, a native of Gwynfe proposed a vote of thanks to Mrs Peel, which was seconded by archdeacon IPryse and carried. St. Vincent Peel suitably replied.

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