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Currants, black, 1 dish, in bunches: 1, It E. Jennings; 2, A. R. Gory. Currants, white, 1 dish, in bunches: 1, R. E. Jennings; 2 A. R. Gery. Currants, red, 1 dish, in bunches: J, A. R. Gory; 2, R. E. Jennings. Collection of vegetables, 6 varieties: 1, R. E. Jennings. Dozen Spring-sown onions: 2, R. 15. Jenn- ings. Dozen pods of peas: 1, Lewis Thomas, Pontyberem; 2, W. E. Rees. Collection of two sorts of potatoes, 6 of each: 1, A. Thomas, Glanyrynis; 2, R. E. Jennings. Beans, broad, 12 pods: 1, W. E. Rees; 2, R. E. Jennings. Beans, runners, 12 pods: 1, R. E. Jenn- ings; 2, Lewis Thomas, Pontyberem. FARMERS' AND COTTAGERS' CLASS. FRUIT, &c. Diflli of currants, black, in bunches: 2, W. E. Rees. Dish of currants, red, in bunches: 1, W. Thomas, Bryneoedibaoh; 2, W. E. Rees. Dish of gooseberries: 1, T. James; 2, W. E. Rees. Six cookkig apples: 1, J. Rees, Kidwelly; 2, W. E. Rees. Six dessert apples: 1, Rees Jones; 2, W. Davies, Kidwelly. Beet window plants: 2, T. James, Pontan- twn. VEGETABLES. Celery, 1 stick: 1, W. E. Rees; 2, T. James. Rhubarb, 4 sticks: 1, AV. Beynon, Tyrefel; 2, J. Rees, Kidwelly. Caii-rota, 6: 1, J. Roes; 2, Rees Jones, Kid- welly. Pairsnips, 6: 1, AV. E. Rees; 2, Roes Jones. Spring-sown onions: 1, J. Rees; 2, T. Jaimes. Autumn-sown onions, 6: 1, W. Thomas; 2, Rees Jones. Leeks, 8: 2, W. E. Rees. Turnips, 6: 1, T. James; 2, J. Rees. Peas, 12 pods: 1, W. E. Roes; 2, T. James. Beans, broad, 12 peds: 1, D. Thomas, Pen- yfechv 2, J. Rees. Boans, French, 12 pods: 1, T. James; 2, W. Davies. Beans, runner, 12 pods: 1, J. Rees; 2, W. E. Rees. Lettuce: 1, AAr. Thomas, Brynoochbach: 2, W. Davies. Potatoes round, 6: 1, W. E. Rees: 2, J. Rees. Potatoes, kidney 6: 1, Rees Jones; 2, W. E. Rees. Cabbage, table, 2: 1, W. Morgan, Ty- newydd 2, W. E. Rees. Cabbage, red, 2: 1, W. Beynon. Parsey, 1 bunch: 1, W. Thomas; 2, T. James. Marrows, 2: 1, J. Rees; 2, W. Morgan. Shallots: 1, T. James; 2, T. AVilliams, Ty- mawr, Fenysiide. Beetroot, 3: 1, W. Thomas, Rrynceehbach. COMPETITIVE CONCERT AT LLANDE- FEILOG. On the evening of the show day, a hig'ly successful competitive concert was held at Llandefeilog C.M. Chapel. A prize of jE2 2s, for the champion 6;>lo (oipen to any voice) was divided betwe ?i Me.srans J. Amos Jones and AV. H. Protheroe both of Llanelly. The prize for baks-, or contralto solo was awarded to Mr Aneurin Morris, Gorseinof In the soprano or tenor solo, the prize W IS divided between Miss Blodwen Hopkins, if Llangennech and Mi- John Brazell, Pwil, Pembrey. The money prize for the recitation divided between Messrs T. Thomas, Cioss Hands and David Owen, Llanody; the chai • being awarded to the first named. The chain- was filled with much taol and ability by Mr John Jones, The Plas, L'eiry side. The Rev W. AVhitlock Lewis, pastor acted as conductor, and Mr Luther Owen Ll-a.nellv, as accompanist. Mr D. Burrv AA'alters, A.L.C.M., Burry Port, adjudicated on the music, and Mr T. Griffiths, of the "Llanelly Mercury" and Mr G. Henry, Lletty penhen, on the recitations. Mr J. M >rgan, Glanrhydw Iodge, was treasurer, T'I'IS*; th. secretarial duties were ably dischswg-ed ty Mr D. Thomas, Penyfedw and Mr Herbert Jones, Shop, Llandefeilog. There were good competitions in each event, and the annual ooncert was this year a. greater success than ever.
-+ Llandefeilog Agricultural and Horticultural Society. TWELFTH ANNUAL SHOW. A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL EVENT. The twelfth annual agricultural and horti- cultural show was held at LIamkfeilog on Frida.y. When this society was started 'J years ago it certainly appeared to be a very risky experiment. At that date agricultural shows were not so numerous in the county a' they are now and the holding of one in L district so remote from the railway as defeilog wai viewed with consi.dc! aide distru Tlie experiment, however, proved to be ? highly successful one. It was decided that the slioin- should only be open to the parishes of Lliangendei-rne, Llandefeilog, Llangunnor. St. Mary (Kidwelly), and St. Lsmaels. Tilt society wa.s asked at the start to make the show an open one, but they very w.sely d eline 1 to do so; and the result has been tha. the farmers of the five parishes have be able to compete amongst themselves free from the competition cf the professiona' exhibitors who are often the ruin cf local shows. The excellent example set by this society might well be foHowed by ethers whe find that it is not always easy to get entries in their own immediate neighbourhood. Several allows have recently been started in the immediate vicinity of Llandefeilog, but yet the older fixture manages to litill its own; and indeed there seems every prospect that the competition which has now fairly commenced will spur the committee cn to further efforts. The Llandefeilog people are not the kind who will lie down quietly, and give up the ghost in the face of competition. Although the morning had been rathei wet, the sky cleared up beautifully in the afternoon and there was a good attendance of spectators. Amongst those present were Mr and Mrs A. R. Gery, Mrs Gery. Mr H. V. Gery, Miss Gory, Mis-.es Nc<m niid Muriel Gery, Aliss Lambert, Ferryside Mr and Mrs W. F. D. Saunders, Glanrhwdw; Mr R. E Jennings and the Misses Jennings, Gellideg: Mr T. \Y. Barker and party, Oaklands; 11K Dr Lewis AViil'ams, Ferryside; Mr and MR J. A. Timmins and party; Mr D. Stephens. Aria is Mr John Francis, Mr Jack Francis, and the Misses Francis, Myrtle Hill Mr W. Vincent Howell Thomas, Carmarthen; Mi -e -k D. Howell Thomas, Starling Park; Mr and Mrs Maybery; Mr E. A. H. Harries, Carmar- then; Mrs W. 5. Williams and oarty, Picto-D I torrace, Carmarthen Mrs and the Misses Price, Glanmorlais; The Vicar of Llandefei- log Mr J. LI. Thomas. Tanlan Mrs and Miss Anthony, Cilveithy r etc. The president of the society for the year i" Mr A. R. G ery. Of his generous support of and valuable assistance to the society it ie not necessary ) speak at any great length. It is sufficient to say that everybody connec- ted with the shew admits that lie fills the pre- sidential chair in a manner well worthy of hit predecessors—which is saying a good deal in this case. Mr Gery was president before ill the year 1900, and everybody connected with the show would be verry glad to see him fill tint office again at no distant date. The president arrived before noon, escorted 1 J the Llansaiint Ban 1. Mr John Jones, of The Plas, Ferryside, is well known as an energetic and methodical worker in regard to every enterprise with which he is connected, and it is undoubtedly due to his labours that the show luas flora the .tita.rt achieved and maintained such t. successful record. Mr W. Jones makes ar. invaluable undor secretary. The ether offi- cials of the spoioty tare Viee-pre.sr:dents, M? D. Price. Mr W. B. Lowvv, Mr A. Brigstocke, Mr John Francis, Mr J. L. Thomas, aid Mr A. E. ll. Harries: Chairman of Committee. Aldorman R. W. Stephens, v_>eedybr»in: Vilce-ch airman, Mr T. Rees, Nar.tlhm Treasurer, Mr P. J. Wheldon, N.P. liank. Carmarthen; Vet. Surgeon, Sir J. Evans M.R.C.V.S., Ll a nelly Auctioneer, Mr Jack Francis. Carmarthen. The Judges were: Cattle, sheep, and pigs. Su- D. Burnett, Golden Grove Mr Key. Tyn vwern Light horses, Mr Robert Jones. Swansea Mr T .Nicholas. Pert Talbot Cart horses Mr Phillips, Caerlleon; Mr D. Recs. Ferndalo; Live poultry, Mr W. ViJJcnt Howoll Thenift Carmarthen Butter, cliees* and dead poultry, Mr W. J. Williams, St. Clears; Horticulture, Mr Tuberville, Palace, Abeilgwili: Judge and starter of races, Mr J Francis (senior), Carmarthen Measurer of horses, Mr J. Evian.s, M.R.C.V.S., Llanelly, and Mr Jack Francis. The Stewards were: Cattle, Mr Jones, Coodbach Mr J. Meres, Nantvgoitre Mr J Bowen, Lan House; Mr W. E- Da vies; Sheep and pi^s, Mr A. Thomas, Glanyrynis: Mr D. Jones, Cwm; Mr 0. Hordes, Gareg Sir All. Jones Penvbxck; Light lvcrses. Mr Thomas. Forest: Mr H. AVilliams, Crugan; j Mr W. Francis, Cmgmi Mr S. H. Anthony, Penlan Cart horses, Mr T. Rees, Nantllan Mr T. Ijowirt. Bent; Mr Thomas. Blaengwas- tod; Mr T. (Griffiths, Geily: Live rcultiy and dogs. Mr T. Tucker; Sir D. G. Anthony, CiLeothv: Sir J. ^vans. junr.. Gkmrhydw Mr D. Thomas. Penvfedw Butter, cheese, and dead poultry, Mr W. Morgairs. Tynewydd ,r G. Roes, Cwmi.slael Mr SI. Jones, Shop; Horticulture. Mr G. Reviion. Mr J. D. Jones. Mr J. Vaughnn. Sir W. E. Rees; Field Com- mittee, Sir T. Rees, Xantlvan Mr J. Bcv.'en, Lan House Sir D. Davies, Towy Castle. Therfc WIi: only a small show of black cattle, and Mr ft. AV. Stephens, of Coedy- brain, carried all before him. Of Shorthorns there'was a very good shew, and in the aged bull class. Mr D. Evan- Gwempa, "Pitlivie Governor'' (which w.as awarded second in the farmers' diss at the Welsh National), well maintained his for-rn and won easily. The second prize went to the progery of this bull, a useful animal. but not the best of colour. The yearling prize bull was a gi,,d fanner's .1>1111, but the second was some di.c; tance behind. The bull calves were the best claqr, in the department, the winner being a very promising young bull, but might be a little bit cveTdc-ne. The second was also a L vorv nice calf, and will, no. doubt, be heard of in the future. In the cow class, Mr Thomas GTI;ffith. cf Gelly. wen with his "Liglit Delilah," shown in good sfhow form, and his Rose" came a very close second. The third was also a veiy good animal. Sir T. Griffiths also won the yearling heifer class with a very nice man, which might have wen in much better company. This youngster has a future in front cf her if taken care of, In the class for heifer calves. Mr D. Evans. Gwempa. exhibited a .splendid young rcn-n animal, which in bigger shows could have held its own. The sheep were generally good throughout, but the best animal exhibited was a fine ram belonging to Mr John Jones, The PIas, Ferry- ^^ho heavy horses made an excellent display the-re being two or three animals in each class fit to be exhibited in any show. The winners in the two-year-olds and three-year- olds were exceptionally good animals in size and quality, and with plenty of bene. The ch for 'colliers contained many typical horses, and was undoubtedly a good class. The open clasjs fcr gelding or mares produced keen competition, the piozo horses Iveing ie the opinion of the judges Oaklev Harrie-, Gasrreg, maintained h:s. repu- tation as a breeder of shires, and b-s ohesnut X\C^TRNTX?' CLXOIILD have any diffi. culty in winning at Cardiff Coming to the light horses, they were on the wthole a very gocd lot. there being some fine exhibits in the 'harness classes and also in the hackneys. The ring produces a mm- culty and should be made larger, and the hurdles, etc.. for jumping," should follow j round the ring instead of being placed on 4b!) of one another as at present. The attention of the committee to thin defect next year would bring about a greí1t improvement. The hncknpy brood mares were a ftlit. V gcod lot, and in the suckling co-It or filly of any other breed except- cartei-s, a splendid rampo- tition was witnessted. Tlie majority or the exhibits wore hackneys, and others were^ or the hunter type. The winners in the hyo- year-ol-d c!ia.sis were nice qnøEity animals, out the remainder were only average. In the yearling pony classes, the judges were vol y pa-rtiontar. and they must be commended for confining themselves strictly to the, wording of the class, viz., "yearling pony." A few hackneys were shown, but the judges would have none of them. The ponies sho.wn were typical Welsh ponies, especially the first and ficotnd which were really good specmiens Mr Moses, N'antvgoitre. exhibited a beautiful little brood The open class for cobs not exceeding 1 11 hands to be ridden, was a splendid the prizeanimah being of tii > nijwht sort. The winner was a very nice brc'W'ii, qulalitv mare, with gocd nnners. In the open hackney class, to be ridden, ur Mathias' "Lord Sloe" was placed first. Mr y. H. Anthony's "Aristocrat" second, and Mr J I^ew'S "Antwn Swell" (sire Lord I)aere), third. The cLass for the best foal got by the hackney stallion, "I.ord Dacre," eolltlide, I a very nice lot of promising youngsters, which did ci-cdi;t to their sire. The winners were beauties, and will no doubt render go id accounts of themselves in the future. I he ha< mess class confined to tenant farmers was veil fillel, iand the quality superior. The oipen harness class was small, but good. Mr Oakley Harries, Garreg, with "(Jarreg Lady Woo-deock" ca,rried off the Welsh Pony and Cob Society Sledal for the best mare entered or e..gible for entry in the Society' book. The pony and galloway races attracted much attention, and great interest was evinced in the keenly contested competitions. The dairy produce was a highly creditable feature of the sho-w. The fresh butter, in particular, would rival that shown at the best exhibitions in the kingdom. Th-eire was a very nice show of poultry, although the entries were not so numerous in this section as tihey have been at some, pre- vious sho-ws. Good quality was shown in the Orpington and Leghorn classes in particular. The garden produce was highly satisfac- tory, particularly in regard to the fruit- and the vegetables. There was really better com- petit:on in the farmers and cottagers classes than in the open section. The eating apples and the peas and beans call for special praise. THE LUNCHEON. A public luncheon was held at 1 p.m. in the schoolroom. The chair was occupied by Mr A. R. Gery. The usual loyal toasts were proposed by the Rresident. and received with musical honours. The President proposed the toast of "Suc- cess to the Llandefeilog Show." In doing so said that he knew he was proposing a senti- ment which he knew would be acc-epted by everyone present. They all felt great satis- faction at the success wlhieh the show had achieved from the start. It was new eleven years sinoe the first show had been held at Llandefeilog in the year 1895. He was sorry to .say that lie was old enough to remember that the quality of the stock then was quite different to that which was then brought under their notice. In the improvement of the stock which had been brought about, the~y might congratulate themselves on the fact that the object with which the thow had been started had been achieved. The stock that he found in the district was infinitely better than it was 11 years ago. Tlie re were many subjects on which he could touch in leafing with this matter. He might tell them that the entries were 320 in number that for a local show was eminently satisfac- toay. Llandefeilog would bear comparison with iany local show in South Walej. The cattle and the horses were exceedingly good, and altogether the show was highly satisfae t-ony. He need not dilate on the various exhibits which they had seen that day. He asked them to drink the sentiment which was in the heart of all of them—that Llande- feilog show might flourish for ever. Mr R. E. Jennings, J.P., Gellideg proposed the toast of the President. In doing so he said he could only repeat what he had said in a previous occasion that they were much obliged to rGory for the 11e12 he had given them. Mr Gery was a man of great energy and ability which he wished to apply for the benefit of his fellow-creatures. He was not a landed proprietor nor a resident in the dis- trict, and they were therefore greatly obliged to him for the assistance which he had given them. In proposing the toast, he (Sir R. E. Jennings) would like to include also the name of Mrs Gery, whose personal attractions were at least equal to those of Mr Gery him- elf. L- e hcipcc1 that Mr Gery would attend here on many future occasions. As ta landed proprietor in "the district, he (Sir Jennings) had private (reasons for returning Mr Gery thanks for his assistance. There were not so Tiany landed proprietors resrdent in the dis- trict who were willing to help them. The toast was received with musical honours. The President in responding Mid that the nanner in which Mr Jennings had proposed the toast, and the manner in which fit had been received by them was highly gratifying to him. He could -a.-rsure them that his heart was with tli-cmi, and tbait it was always a iati«fact:on and a pleasure to him to come to that district. He could not help thinking that a gocd deal of the eulogy which had been o-ronounced was due to the cjiiiarter to which Mr Jennings had referred. When lie re- ferred to Sirs Gery it was very difficult for him to express his gratitude for the way i -]I the remark had been received. Her heart was as much with them as his was; and the wish cf them both was to live in peace and concord with everyone in the district (applause). Mr J. A. Timmins in proposing the tonst of ch -Judges sa id that ho had been at the rh I" on many previous occasions, and he had hardly ever sren « finer collection of animals than there were there that day. Many of the animals shown there had taken prizes at .Vbelystwith. He was sure that the judges must have had n very difficult task in select- ing the winnere from such a fine lot of ani- mals, and ho had no doubt that the awards of the judges would meet with universal approval. Sir John Phillips said that he thought tne had improved wonderfully since he had been there before. Llandefeilog had of the best horses in the county. The Stud Company's horses had been traveling there from Llanelly and they were patronised by all the farmers. The horses were very good, especially the two-year-old carters and the suckers. There were some gcod specimens of yearlings, and the brood mares were far suprior to what lie had seen en previous occasions. "Success to Llandefeilog Show I sav." Sir Robert Jones and Mr D. Burnett also responded. Mr John Francis said that he knew some- thing of Llondofeilog, and the toast which h° was gr>ir to propose was of those whom he. considered the very life of the sccnety that- is of the officials'^ He did not believe that there was a show in the county which had better official" No one thought thot he was doing more than the others; but all desired to do as much as possible to make it a success. With this toast lie coupled the names of Alderman H. W. Stephens, Ceedy- brain, the chairman of the committee, ana -ii., John the secretary. Mr Stephens was always on the spot. He had always worked hard and never better than this year. What they would have done without their secretary. Sir John Jones, of the Plas, he did net know. Mr Jones was a splendid man. He (Sir Francis) only wished he had Mr Jones with him. He Hever forgot to ask any person whom he thought likely to rart with half a siovereign, and he got it too (laughter). He '!I, -Illd lie gc.t or r Francis) had had a little to do with shows and it was only tihe-e who had some knew- irdo-e cf the NN-C" who could realtse what it was tc be a secfretary. Mr R. Stephens, in respoiuh"^ said that the committee had worked together very h:11mOn;,lllslv for the last twelve years. He that they would continue so, a: long as they were spared to do the work So long as thev gTt such rrosiidents from year to year as thev were —etting. the Society "w ould go on flourishing. They always made a pent of having good judges, so that the ccmpeti- t/r.'s c11:1 have every confidence in their decision's. He had heard a story which showed thmt that was not the clise every- where. A competitor P!" a show once sont t1, hn.ni. After the show he com- r-vined that his heifer only got swond prize. (<VP;S," .said the judge, "but the owner cf the heifer that got iir-st^prizc sent me a whole pi^. Mr John Jones in responding said that it was a great pleasure to him to act as secre- tary as ]on,, as tihey had ladies and gentle- men to support tihoim, they would be able to keen the show going. They li-id a good com- mittee and as far as he could see this show was as good as any cne thev had had. LIST OF AWARDS. BLACK CATTLE. Corn- in milk or in calf 1, 2. and h.c., -At,- R. W. -Stephens, Coedybrain, "Lady," "Love- ly," and "Blackey." SHORTHORN OR ANY OTHER BREED. Bull of two years and upwards: 1, Mr Dd. Evans, Gwetmpa, "Pitlivie Governor" 2, Mr J. Evans, Glanirhydw, "Prince" he., Mr D. Griffiths. Llochdiwtnv, "Sloonshine" • c., Mr T. Griffiths, Gelly. Yearling bull: 1, Mr John Lewis, Pontan- twn Farm: 2, Mr T. Griffiths, Golly, "11on- arch 3, Sirs Williams, C-oedlline; he., Sir Richard Sloses, Nantygoitre-uchaf. Bull 03. under 12 months old: 1, Mr Dd. Thoir.as, Blaenyfan, "White Rosette" 2, Mr W. Stephens, Bridgend; hc. and c., Sir T. Griffiths, Gelly. Cow (except Black, in milk or in ciaJ"): 1, 2, and 3, and c. (twice). Mr T. Griffiths, Gelly, "Lighi Delilah," "White Rose," and "Deiilaih T\T." he., Sir D. G. Anthony^ Gardde, Kidwelly.
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Yearling heifer: 1, Mr T. Griffiths, Gelly, "Delilah II." 2, 3, and c., Mr D. Evans, G-wempa; he., Mr D. G. Anthony, Gardde. Heifer calf: 1, and 3, D. Evans, Gwem- pa; k. Mr D. Thomas, Blaengwastod. Faiir of yearling steers: 1, Mr D. G. Anthony, Gardde; 2, and 3, Mr Th-os. Rees, Nantllan. Cow in milk or in calf, to be competed for by occupier of land whose rateable value does not exceed f;100 a year: 1, Mr W. Jones, Penybaek; 2, Mr W. Beynoai, Peiiy i-ces, Mynyddygarreg; 3, Mr Jenkins, Maeslan, L'langendeime. Cow in miiilk or in calf, to be competed for by a tenant faitinei- who has not won a prize of t2: 1, Mr W. Jones, Penybaek. Special prize, a Silver teapot, value £ 1 ls; for best- beast in fvhow fed on Palatine cakes and meals, supplied by agents, MC.SSIT> W. H. Thomas, Llanelly 1, Mr T. Griffiths, Gelly, "Light Delilah." Specital prize, piece of plate value t2, for best beast fed on Thorley Cale (given by J. Hhomley and Co., Ltd.:): 1, Mr David Evans, G-wempa, "Pitlivie Governor." HORSES. Hackney brood mare, with fcal at foot; m-aio only to be judged: 1, Mr Eve Wilkins, B;n'l!;>y, Femyside; 2, ]\Lr David Thoni'a.s, Blaenyfan 3; Mr D. iUcses, Coed; r., Mr J. Evan<, G'anrhydw. Suckling coiit or filhr of any other breed, except ca-iters: 1, Mr D. Thomas, Blaenyfan; 2, Mr K-jiaili Evans, Tygwyn Stud Fnnn 3, Mr S. H. Anthony, Penlan; vhe., Jlr John Jones, l'las, Feary^ide he., Mi's Lewis, Beu- hih. Llangunnor; c., Mr J. Evans, Glan- ihydw. Vearling hackney gelding or filly: 1, Mr J. Evans', Gtanrhydw 2, and lie., Mr J. Bowen, Lan House 3, Mr A. Thomas, Glanrynis. Two-year-old hackncy gliding or fillys: 1, Mr John Lewis, Po-ntantwn Farm 2, M.r David Thomas, Penvfedw; 3, Mr T. Grifiiths, Gelly; he., Mr John Jones, Plas, Forrvsdde. Brood mare, with foal at foot; mare only to be judged calculated for agricultural pur- poses: 1, Mr D. Evans, Gwempa; 2, Mr 0. Harriec- Garreg; 3, Mr S, H. Anthony, Pen- lan; he., Mr Esiah Emus, Tygwyn Stud Farm. S lleldi n r colt or filly of the oa.rt breed: 1, Mr Oeaklev Harries, Garreg; 2, Mr S. H. Anthony, Penlan 3, Mr Esiah Evans, Ty- girYJJStud Farm.; he., Mr Daniel Evans, Pen ilynteg. Vearling gelding or filly calculated for agri- cultural purposes: 1, Mr Oakley Harries, Gars eg; 2, Mr J. Evans, Glanrhydw 3, Mr Morris Jones, Shop, Llandefeilog. Two-year-old gelding or filly calculated for agricultural purposes: 1, Mr Oakley Harries, Garreg; 2, Mr D. G. Anthony, Gardde 3, Mr Esiah Evans. Tygwyn Stud Farm lie., Mr D. Mof>es, Coed. Gelding or mare of the cart breed (open): 1. Mr T. 1). Thomas, Towyn, Burry Port; 2, Mr OaKiey Harries, uarreg; 3, Mr T. Reel3, Nantllan; he., Mr H. Anthony, Penlan. Pony brood mare, with foal at foot; mare only to bo j" dged undefi" 13} hands: 1, Mr Richard Moses, Nentygoitre-ucha.f; 2, -Ali-i Griffiths. London House; 3, Mr J. Anthony, Cilveithy; he.. Mr David Thomas, Oolnian, Ivi 1 welly c., Mr D. G. Anthony, Gardde. Vearling pony i. Mr P. Howell's, Macs- gwenl.lia-n 2, Mrs G-riffiths, Tjondon House; 3, Mr Morris Jones, Shop, Llandefeilog. Gelding or mare, not under three years old, calculated for underground purposes, net exceeding 15 hands high 1, Mr Daniel Lewis, Tanerdy, Pont yea Uv,; 2, and he., Mr Alfred Thomas, ulaiiiyiiis; Mr Thomas, Blaeny- fan. Pony of any age, lie. exceeding 13 hands high, to be ridden: 1, Mr R. Williams, Cru- gan faoh, Lltandefei'log; 2, Mr John Francis; 3. Mr J. Edwards, Smith, Llangendeiine; he., Mr D. Moses, Coed. Cob, gelding or more (open), net exceeding In:2 hands high, to be ridden 1, Mr E. Wil'Sams. Morfabach; 2, Mr Oakey Harries, Garreg; 3, Mr J. Davies; he., Mr Morris Jones. Shop, Llandefeilog; c., Mr T. Thomas, Blaenywiai-tad. Hackney gelding or mare (open), to be i\ .den 1, Mr J. Mathias, Dantwyn, Pontar- dulais 2, Mr S. H. Anthony, Penlan 3, Mr John Lewns. Pontantwn Fanm; lie., Mr D. Griffiths, Llechdwny. Foal got by the hackney stallion "Lord Daeie" (prizes given by Mr W. incent Howdll Thomas, Carmarthen) 1, ]\Ir Esiah T, Evans, Tygwyn Stud Farm; 2, Mr S. H. Anthony; 3, )1rs Lewis, Beulah, Llangun- ncr; he., Mr D. -oses, Coed; c., Mr J. Evans Glanirhydw. Foal insured by the County Live Stock Insurance Association Ltd., York (Iccal representative, Mr J. Francis, junr.): 1, Mr Oakley Harries, Gtarreg. Chaanpyion prize of £3 3s (given by Mr J a. Riichards. Pontathro) for best exhibit in classes 17, 18, 19, 20, «!»d 24: 1, and r., ^lr Oakley Hari'ie-s, Garreg, "Carreg llegina" and "Lady Bang." Gelding or mare, to be driven in harnc e: the property of a tenant farmer: 1, Mr S. H. Anthony, Penlan 2, Mr John Lewis, Pen- tmitwn Farm ,3 Mr E. Will-iaTiis, ilorfa- bach; lie., Mr Eiah Evans, Tygwyn Stu; Farm. Gelding or mane, to he diiven in harnes (open): 1, Mr J. Mathias. Dantwyn, Ponta:' dulais: 2, Mr S. H Anthony, Penlan; 3, Mi John Lewis, Pontantwn Faaun. Jumper of any age (open; :1, Mr D. Jones Tyreithyn, Pontyberem; 2. and 3, Mr J Antllony, Oilveithy. Bert mare ente-red cr eligible to be en tore in tlie Welsh Pony and Cob Society: 1. 1t Oakley Harries, Garreg; r., Mr II. Williams Crugan-faeh. DONKEYS. Donkey to be ridden: 1, Mr John Evans, 33, Gwendraeth terrace, Kidwelly; 2, Mr b"gar Jones, Penrinw. Donkey race: 1, Mr Edgar Jones, Penrhiw; 2, Mr John Evans, 33, Gwendraeth terrace, Kidwelly. .Y AND GALLOWAY RACES. Pony race, one mile (open), under 12.2 hands high: 1, Mr J. c ntliloily, Cilveithy; 2, Mr Harry Williams, Crugan-fach. Ga..oway irace (open), under 131 hands high: 1, Mr led Griffiths, Bankmawr, Kid- welly 2, Mr J. Anthony, Cilveithy. SHEEP OF ANY BREED. Rami: 1. Mr J. Jones, Plas, Ferryside; 2, Mr D. Griffiths, Llechdwny; 3, Mrs Jonos, Rotten Pill. -iam lamb: 1, Mrs Jones, Rotten Pill; 2, 3, and he.) Mr John Jones, Plas, Ferryside. Pen of three ewes: 1, 2, and 3, Mr John Jones, Plas, Ferryside. Pen of three ewe lambs: 1, Mrs Jones, Rotten Pill; 2, and 3, tir Jones, Plas, Ferry- side. PIGS. Sow of any breed or age: 1, and 2, Mr A. Thomas, Glanrynis. ■ -C3 of plate, value £1 Is, for best sow fed on Thorley's Food: -r A. Thomas, Glan- 1'11"S' BUTTER AND CHEESE. Tub or pot of salt butter, not less than 12lb: 1, Mrs Davies, Towy Castle; 2, Mr Joseph Evan. Gellyddu; 3, Mr William Mor- gan, Tynewydd; h.c. Mrs Jcnes, Plas, Ferry- side. Basket of fresh butter, not less than 31b in Ib rolls or brick shape, slightly salted: 1, Mrs Davies, Towy Castle; 2, Mrs Rees, Nant- llain; 3, Ai r William Morgan, Tynewydd h.c. Mis Jones, Plas, Ferryside; c. Mr Jov^eph Evans, Gcllyddu. One skim milk cheese: 1, Mrs Davies, Towy castle 2, Davies, Towy Castle; h.c. Mr,3 Thomas, Blaengwastod; c. Mr David Thomas, PenyfocW. One fresh milk cheese: 1, and 2, Mis Lewis, Pontantwn Farm; h.c. Miss Maggie Thomas, Ffrwd. POULTRY (Dead and Trussed). Pair of fat ducks: 1, Mrs Thomas, Blaen- gwastod; 2, Mr William Morgan, Tynewydd. Pair of fat chickens: 1, Mr William Mor- gan, Tynewydd; 2, Mrs Thomas, Blaen- gWa.stod. 12 eggs: 1, Miss Rachel Williams, Ty- mawr, Ferryside; 2, Mr T. Walters, 38, Gwondraeth terrace, Kidwelly. POULTRY (LIVE). Plymouth Rock, cock or hen: 1, and 2, Mr Tom Walters, 38, Gwendraeth Town, Kid- welly 3, Mr Evans, Tygwyn Stud Farm. Minorca, cock or hen: 1, and 2, Messrs Davies and Wilkins, Kidwelly; 3, Mr Thos. Tucker, Pentrecwn. Leghorn, cock or hen: 1, Mr T. Tucker, Pentrecwn; 2, Mr E. Willaims, Iseoed Uchif; 3, Mr Tom Gowor, Castle street, Kidwelly, Orpington, cock or lien 1, and 3, Messrs Davies and Wilkins, Kidwelly 2, Mr E. Wil- liams, Iscoed-uchaf. Gaime or Malay, cock or hen: 1, Mr Thos. Tucker, Pentrecwn. Wyandotte cock or hen: 1, Messrs Da vies and Wilkins, Kidwelly; 2, Mr Wm. Davies, Market Stares, Kidwelly; 3, Messrs Rees Bros., Kidwelly. Cock or hen, of any breed, not mentioned above 1, Mr W. Davies, Market Stores, Kid- welly 2, Mr E. Williams, Iscoed-uchaf 3, Mr R. W. Stephens, Ccedybrain. Turkey cock or hen 1, Mr W. J-ones, Pen- yback 2, Mr Evans, Tygwyn Stud Farm. Galnder cr goo e 1, Mrs Thomas, Blaen- gwastod. Drake or duck: 1, Mrs Thomas, Blaen- gwa-itod 2, Mr W. Jones, Penybaek. Best cockerel or pullet bred in 1906: 1, Mr Davies, Market Stores, Kidwelly; 2, Mr Tom Walters, 38, Gwendraeth Town, Kid- welly; lie., Messrs Davies and Wilkins, Kid- welly. j SHEEP DOGS. Collie dog or bitch: 1, Mr Wm. Gower, butcher, Kidwelly; 2, Mr Wm. Morgan, Ty- newydd. j HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. CUT FLOWERS. Asttens, G varieties, 1 bloom each: 1, R. E. Jennings. Carnations, (5 varieties, 1 bloom each: 1, R. E. Jennings. Pansies, 6 varieties, 1 bloom each: 1, R. E. Jennings. Vci'benias, G varieties, 3 blooms each: 1, R. E. Jennings. Pompoiie Dahlias, G varieties, 1 bloom of each 1, R. E. Jennings. PClt df ferns (.any variety) 1, R. E. Jenn- ings. Special prizes given by Mrs Barker, Oaklands for Amateurs iiii Parish. Collection of wild cut flowers: 1, Bertie Lowe, Gellideg; 2, Rees James, Penrhiw, i Croesyoeilog Most tastefully arranged couple of vases, with garden flowers, for table: 1, Bertie 5 Lowe. FRUIT, Ac. Apples, cooking, G: 1, R. E. Jennings; 2, W. E. Rees. Apples, dessert, 6:1, l E. Jennings; 2, W. E. Rees. 1 Pears, dessert, 6: 1, R. E. Jennings, r Melon- 1 fruit: 1, R. E.* Jennings. -ics 21 fruit, 12 each of 2 varie- ties: 1, R. E. Jennings; 2, W. E. Rees.
Carmarthen Borougli Police Conrt. The weekly police-court was held at the Townlha'll, on Monday, before the Mayor (Mr H. E. Blaigdou-Richards), Mr T. Thomas, Well field; and Mr E. Colby Evans. THE MILK STANDARD. Mn Anne Thomas, of Thornhill, was char- ged with selling milk which was not "of the nature, quality, and substance demanded." Mr James John aippeared for the defence. P.S. Phillips ;laid that on the 30th May he purchased a pint of milk from AVillialn Lewis, a sorviant man in the employment of defen- dant. He paid 11(1 for the milk. WllCll he .supplied the millk, the witness wiid "It i- a pity you did not have some of our own milk. I have just had three quarts from CViin Jones, of the Three Compasses. The certificate of the analyst which was put in stated that the niiiik was 2(5.7 per cent, deficient in fat. There was only 2.2 per cent. of fat in the sample, whilst milk ought to con- tain not least three per cent, of fat. Another c-anipl wlrdh had been taken. nf the milk of Mr Colin Jones's cow was certified to be a sample of genuine milk. These two certificates were from Mr Charles, the Bero analyst. Mr James John put in another certificate from Mr Seyler, anvyst Swansea, whi'.v •showed that the milk of Air Colin Jones' cow only contained 2.94 per. cent. of fat and was therefore deficient to the extent of 2 per cent. For, the defence Rachel D-iv,ic,i, a servant with Mr Colin Jones, was called to prove that the milk had not been watered. The cow gave as much as 18 quarts of milk daily. I:> Mr Lewis, the man who sold the milk, gave evidence that it was sold as he got it. The Mayor said that the case would be dis- missed. It had been proved that nothing had been added to or substracted from the mink, and that it was sold as it came from the cow. LENIENT TREATMENT. AA illiani Evans and Herbert Evans, two youths, were charged with drunk in the t on Sunday night, the 5th hist., at 11.30 p.111. P.C. Rees proved the case. Mr H. B. AVliite appeared for f hl fen- dants. He asked that the case against William Evi,ilg-iN-lio had been several times before the court—should be adjourned for a month to give liiim a chance, as he .iad had work at Portih, and was leaving the town. He asked the Bench to disn.'ss the t>fh('¡r' defendant with a caution. The Bench adjourned the cate against Will iki-m Evans for a month, and discharged the ether defendant with a caution. CROSS SUMMONSES. Thomas Price a.nd D. J. Harries boatmen, had cross summonses against each other for ar-waults alleged to have been committed on Bank Holiday. IL Ise, Tho Bench -1 both charges.
Benedictines and Caldy Islapd. The Benedictines now ttld. on Lord Halifax's estate at Pahisthorpe, York- shire, will take up their abode on Caldey in October. Preparations have already been begun for the erection of a monastery, a site for* which has been chosen on the norttiern side of the isliaind, not fair from the shore. The community numbers some twenty mem- at present. The Church df England Benedictines, who now find a iKvtmanent home on Caldey, were established with the sanction and approval of the late Archbishop of Cantorbury.
CURED COUGH & COLD FOR 35 YEARS H ayman's FOR GOLD ''Its was ''Its Dalsam Remarkable." I -T. B K.I.I, KeniUl. H B ■ | g\ B U ^,1,26. and llUUIntla Agent: S. T. Reen (late J. P. Richards k Co)., Chemist, lli, Limmaii-etreet, Carmarthen.
Llandilo Board of Gnardiana. I The fortnightly meeting of this board was held on Saturday last, when those present werelr D. Davies (chaiimm), Nire M. A. Jones, Mrs Phillips, and Mrs Roberts, Messrs J. Llewelyn, T. Thomas, John Jones, W. Griffiths, J. W. Jones, J. Ticeihunsit, Jacob Davies, J. L. Thomas, Dan Davies, L. Bowen, R. Thomas, L. N. Powell, T. Rees, D. Evans, Richard Eva.ns, D. Gwyn, R. Griffiths and the Clerk( R. S. Lewis); the Surveyor (Mr E. Jones). THE HOUSE. The Marster reported that the number of inmates in the house was 43 against 35 in the corresponding period last year. The number of variants who visited the house in the fortnught was 158 against 188 in the corres- ponding period last year. Services had been held by the Revs D. Jaimes and D. B. Jones. The "Church" had invited the children to their usual Sunday school trip to the Mumbles, whilst Miss Davies, Bay's Hill, had amply provided for the pleasure of those who were left bohincl.Votes of thanks were accorded.—The Master and Matron were granted a, fortnight's holiday. RATES. Precepts for a county rate at 4d ip the £ amounting to £1,450 15s 8d.—The Clerk said there were also precepts for a rate at id in the £ amounting to t270 for maintenance of P.T. Centre.—Mr J. Jones: There is no sense in it. They don't know what to do with the ratepayer's money.—Clerk: I am afraid you must pay it.—Mr W. Griffiths: Does it come once a year.—The Clerk: It comes whenever they want the money.—The Clerk said the P.T.'s railway fares. were paid and lodgings at Llandilo.—-Mr W. Griffiths: Is it in addi- tion to their salary.—Air Powell: It is the same throughout the oounty.-)Im Jones: Are they all within our union?—The Clerk: I am not aware that there are centres throughout the county. There are at Llan- elly and Carmarthen.—Mrs Jones: We have Llandovery pupils coming down to us, but wihebher they are put down on the list I don't know. And Llangadack, too.—Mr Griffiths And Jonec,: You better Bee into tbat.-nic- Cierk s.8,id he could not say. —Mrs J ones: If we have to pay we can see into it.-niey charge according to the num- ber of pupils.—Aire Phillips: They are allowed te go anywhere if they are in the county.— The Clerk: I will write to the Clerk of the County Council to ask for particulars. ASYLUM COMMITTEE. The Chairman read a report on behalf of the Goaiwnittee who had vieited the Asylum, and it was of a vea-y satisfactory nature. STONES FOR THE URBAN DISTRJCT. The Clerk stated that lie had received an application for a tender for stones from the AVorkhouse for the Urban District Council.— Mr W. Griffiths proposed they should supply them art 3s 6d a ton. They could supply 300 tons.—Mr Evan Jones .(Surveyor) thought they ought to be 3." 8d to 4,. The stones. were of a botter class than the limestone, and were hand broken. They paid 3s 9d for the linnostone and 3d for the haulage.—Mr L. N. Powell: There is no rea.son why we should sell them under market prie.-)Ir John Jones seconded tthe motion, and it was, after far- ther discussion, carried. SANITARY AUTHORITY. Mr T. Rces, chairman. The following letter was received from the Local Government Board, dated 10th of August: "I am directed by the Local Govern- ment Board to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 4th inst., relative to the arrangements far the dischai;ge of the duties of Inspector of Nuisances in the L1 andilofawr district. As logards the proposal to divide the rural district into two laiiitl;i and to ap- point one officer who shall act both as In- spector of Nuisances and as Surveyor of Highways, the Board direct me to state that they have had unde ironside nation generally the question c-f combining the offices of In- spector of Nui-iaiices and Surveyor of High- ways in rural districts, and as the result of their experience of this combination of offices, they are of opinion that as a general rule, it is desirable tl)at the two offices should not in large riiini districts be held by the same person. The Board observe that in the pre- sent case the rural district has a population of nearly 20,000 persons spread over an area of more than 150 square males, and their ob- jection to the combination of offices appear to be particularly applicable in such a case. As t.11 Board hav:: already pointed out, they consider that if the work of nuisance inspec- tion is to be properly and efficiently carried out in such a district, it will require the whole time cf at least one active and well qualified officer."—A long discussion fo! lowed the reading of the letter. It was with the greatest difficulty that the Clerk cou d make out what the Council really wanted en- tered on the minutes. He was instructed in his reply to point out that the officer would be most cf his time on the road, under the arrangevrent suggested by the L.G.B.—Mrs Jonei: The district North of the Towy has little budding going oIL-The Clerk: It would take as long to attend to one case there as a dozen South of the Towy.—Mr Griffiths pcMiited out that under the prevent arrangement they were losing JE35 a year.—Mr D. Davies wanted the L.G.B. to recon ider the matter, whilst Air W. Griffiths wanted it to be pointed out that Amman- ford rllhan was not now in Air Evan Jones's area.—Mr D. Gwyn wanted nrret of all that was more for money. They wanted an officer of their own as they had in the past. He proposed tb.-i.t.Alr if. Evans srcc-nd «d. and by 7 votes to 4 it was carried in opposi- tion to the recommendation of the com- nii,ttee.Ali- Powell thought a divis'on of the drstnet would be better for all concerned. Why not approach the L.G.B. again about allowing Air Evan Jone to hold the combined office;, of surveyor and in-ipcctcr, and pay the dtta.re of 9.1;lllt f-cr the iaitter. Undti- present arrangements they -w ould have three road surveyors and one sanitary inspector. He proposc'l, and Mr J. Llewelyn seconded that Mr Evan Jones's duties he confined to itle South of the Towy with 1G0 miles of i-c.,idvint and that ii-ctild give an equal mileage to Mr Prober's successor. However, by 7 votes to i, fill's was again rejected, eventually it was agreed to advertise in the local papers for a successor to Air Pressor at the present salary ci t-52 a. year. CILSANE BRIDGE. It was reported that Oilsnne bridge waa in a very dangerous state, and Air Evan Jones was instructed to see to its repair or replace- ment. THE LLANFYNYDD AVATKR SUPPLY. Tlie Clerk said he had attended a meeting at Lfonfynydd when it was carried unani- mously net to ean-y out the scheme that had been befcre the District Council for supply- illllg the village with water. Tho cosf would be very heavy, and wcidd amiount to £300, whiltsit the a«se.«able value of the village was only £ 135. They yavd the officials had for years been condemning the supply. What was wanted they niailt.ta,iiied was a reason- able suggestion, and a committee was ap- pointed, with Air H. J ones Thomas, as chair- man, to diralt sucili reasonable sdfeme to submit to the Council. TELE-COMMUNICATION. The Clerk said he ha:I received applica- tions from the P.O. authorities to place tele. graph or t< lephcave poles Ix'tweon Velingwm- ■issa and Llanfynydd Past Office and between Drysllwyn and Llanfynydd.—The application was granted. A DORiAlANT CONTRACT. «a,s received from the Cwniamimaoi ate:- Comm-ittee asking that if the contract for mile water supply extension was not vjgnod that day that it should be cancelled. ;e best thing was to do away with the con- tuact — The Clerk said that Air Herbert, the engineer, had suggested the giving of the contract to Air Powell, the contractor for the Loiighca* scheme.—Mr I,. N. Powell: At the saime figllre.-The Clerk: No, his tender was ■higher.—Mr Jacob Davies: Atr Morgan, the builder, also tendet-ed.-It. was agreed to defer the further consideration of the subject to the next meeting. DRYSLLAVYN WATER SUPPI Mr W. R. Thomas asked how it stood with regard to the Drysllwyn water supply The Clerk: The owners have not signed an7 agreefment yet.—Mr Evan Jones said one of the owners was not in a position to sign until next September.—Mr W. R. Thomas said the water was badly wanted. TIRED or LIFR AT LL^ST. IPETWBURG, Tuesday.-A Tnensage from Mittau aayp that in the dietnot of IrKatgk a peasant named I 3-1-lds-reschk. &gird I I ,-), yeare, cut his own throat. When taken to sixe hospital all he Paiii vraig that he wlsg sid; of U'inj so long — Uf&n,