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LLANDOVERY. MUNICIPAL BVE-ELECTION.—On Saturday a bye- election took place here to fill two vacancies on the Town Council, caused by the elevation of Mr W. Jones. Alma House, postmaster, to the aldermanic bench, and the resignation of Mr J. Walter Jones, barrister-at-law, Ystrad House. The contest was the most exciting one that has taken place for years. The result was as follows :—Elected Henry Havard, 134 John Rees, 132. Non-eleoted Richard Thomas, 102 Dan Davies, 81 Daniel Jones, 49. Mr Ilavard is a boot manufacturer, and a native of Llandovery. He is also a deacon at the Calvinistie Methodist Chapel. Mr Rees, second on the list, is the managing clerk of Mr W. J. Evans, Fron, solicitor, who is the oldest solicitor in the kingdom, and in whose employ he has been for the last 30 years. He is a member and secretary of Salem CoDgregationriiist Chapel, and has been secretary to the Ancient Briton Friendly Society and the Vicar Prichard Friendly Society of Irorites for upwards of 20 years. PRESENTATION TO Du LEWIS At the Drill-hall, Llandovery, on Saturday Dr F W. Lewis was presented with a testimonial expressing the esteem in which he is held by the inhabitants, and appreciatiot of his services to all classes, especially to the poor, during the 25 years he has laboured professionally among the residents of town and district. The subscriptions totaled JE242 83 9d., and the subscribers numbered nearly 800. The presentations consisted of wo pairs of silver Corin)hisne candlesticks, two handsomely-chased and pierced fruit dishes, a silver elegantly-fluted Georgian tea-kettle and stand, a eilver elegantly- fluted Georgian hot water jug, a grand piano (value £80), and a desk. The teakettle bore a suitable inscription.

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