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I Pennillion CoffadwriaetliolI…

CARMARTHEN (LNDER THE SEARCHLIGHT.

Carmarthen Board of Guardians.…

MASTERS REPORT.

i OUTDOOR RELIEF.

FINANCE.

APPOINTMENT OF NURSE.

PLANS NOT RETURNED.

CarmarcTieii of Art

Iu Remembrance\ OF SUROEON-LIEUTENANT…

- Funeral of Dr. R. D. Evans,…

Frightened by a Motor-Car…

Cardiganshire County Council

ILLANEGWAD.

Penally Rifle Meeting.

Pendine Sports.

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Sale of Achddu Uolliery, Bnrry…

IIn California.

----. Fatal Bicycle Accident…

BRECHFA.

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BRECHFA. WOMAN'S STKANGE DEATH.—An inquest was held before the deputy-coroner (Mr H. B. White) at Breehfa, Carmarthenshire touch- ing the death of Sarah Dyer, 25, Rhvdfroch' Bredhfa, Carmarthen. The evidence shSJed that she had been staying for six or seven weeks with a maimed sister at Llandilo. She walked home from Llandilo, a distance of ten miles. Arriving home at a Jate hour, she made a temporary bed for herself in the kiohen on a settle, where she slept. She was subject to fits. In the morning her father, D&VKI Dyer, found her dead, her head lying on the floor in a drooping position, with her foot on the settle. Presumably she had had a seizure during the night,—Dr Edwards, Llandyiasul, deposed that deaitlh was due to suffocation, the result of a fit during sleep. --Vorfl,i,ot accordingly,

Presentation to a Carmarthen…

TO THE REV JAMES JENKINS,…

Lord Cawdor in Scotland.

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Wedding at Llandyssnl.

------Development of Gwbert-on-Sea.