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DINAS CROSS. LLAXLLAWHR.—The Rev D G Phillips, rector of Newport, will officiate at Llan- llawer Church on Sunday afternoon next at 2 o'clock. NEW HYMN TUNE.—Mr. E. Davies, school- master, has another beautiful hvmn tune ready for putting through the press. BUNGALOW.—Mr. D. Thomas, Pontypridd, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. Davies, Castle Hill, last week. on a visit to the new bungalow which lie intends occupying during August, ILLNESS.—Mrs. Evans Rosewall, daughter of the Rev. J. Maurice, and wife of Capt. O. Evans, is very poorly we regret to state. Her husband lias arrived at Swansea with Ins ship. WEDDING.—On Tuesday of last week the wedding took place at Cardigan of Mr. W. W. Harries, Soar Hill, and Miss Margaret Williams, Cambrian Terrace. Those present at the ceremony were Capt. & Mrs. Llewelyn, brother-in-law and sister of the bride, and Miss Harries, sister of bridegroom. The honey- moon was spent at Cardiff. We join with their many friends in wishing them long life and happiness. NAUTIC.N.L.-Niessrs. Thomas Wralters and D. Gronow, Garden Terrace, have arrived home for a holiday. EDUCATION COMMITTEE (MINOR).—Last Monday in the absence of Dr. Havard (chair: man), the Rev. J. W. Maurice presided at the monthly meeting of the Minor Committee at the school. Also presant, Rev. G. Morgan, Capt. Jones, Mr. E. M. Davies and the clerk Mr. J. Havard. It was decided to allow the respective schoolmasters to determine the date the summer holidays should commence. July 26th and August 2nd are suggested respect- ively. The Methodists have been granted the use of the school at Dinas during the time the chapel is undergoing renovation. b SERIOUS ACCIDENT.—Much sympathy is ex- pressed with Mr. John Mathias who met with a serious accident whilst following his em- ployment at a coalpit at Troedyrhiw, Glam., last Friday by being crushed by two trams. He is the son of Mr. & Mrs. Mathias, Bennett Terrace, and a member of the Troedyrhiw Mixed Choir. Mrs. Mathias is nursing her son and everyone hopes lie will soon recover. LADlES CHOIR FORMED.—At a largely at- tended meeting on Wednesday evening at the school presided over by the Rector, it was un- animously decided to form a Ladies Choir with the Rev. W. G. Williams, rector, as con- ductor. The movement has the hearty sup- port of Mr. Howells, The Mill, Mr. E. Davies, schoolmaster, and Mr. T. Carter Bennett. That the choir will shine in the musical world goes without saying for, like Newport, Dinas possesses some charming voices.


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IPembrokeshire Main Roads.



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