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|Llaudiio Ambulance Class.

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Carmarthenshire Standing Joint…

Swice Fever in Carmarthenshire.

Ecclesiastical News.

Marriage of the IIon. Walter…

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L L ANGEND EIR N E j HAR\ EST THANKSCtViXG SERVICES. The members of the Parish Church at Llangen- dcirne held then harvest thanksgiving services on Thursday, the 13th inst. Favourable weather prevailed throughout the day, and crowded congretations attended both after- noon and evening services. Previous to the occurrence the sacred edifice was most tastefully decorated under the able super- vision of the respected Vicar (the Rev D Williams) by the following ladies, viz. Mrs Williams, Vicarage; Miss Rees, Vicarage • Mrs Thomas, Lodge; Mrs James, Pont- antwn Factory Miss Davies, Peneelly Farm, and Mrs Wilhamg, fyrtranch, to whom ercat credit is due. It I have omitted some of the names of the decorators, I hope I will be pardoned, as it was the labour that drew my attention, and not the labourers. The officiating clergy were the Rev Mr Jones, \icar of Trelcch, and the Rev Mr Lloyd, curate of St. Ann's, Cwmffwrd, Carmarthen, Needless to say, eloquent sermons were delivered by the rev. gentlemen, and all present seemed to have thoroughly enjoyed the appropriate topics of the gospel on which they based their remarks. Very satisfactory collections were made in aid of the Curates' Aid Society, and the Carmarthenshire Infirmary.—ELACHISTOTEKQS, Pontantwn,

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