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DINAS CROSS.

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DINAS CROSS. THE BUNGALOW.—At the last meeting of the St Dogmael's District Council the Sanitary Inspector reported that at the request of Mr Thomas, the owner of the Bungalow at Cwmyreglwys, he had again visited that place during the month to see that everything had been done as required by the bye-laws. The cesspool which had been built was not satisfactory, and it would be necessary to cement it on the inside to make it watertight. The house itself was all that could be desired, and was quite as represented all the approved plan. BANKRUPTCY.—At a meeting of the Car- marthenshire Bankruptcy Court, held at Carmarthen, amongst the cases was that of Stephen Davies. This debtor, is a black- smith at Dinas Cross. His gross liabilities came to £83 19S id, and his deficiency was £65 8s 2d. His failure was said to be due to ill health of himself and family, and to losses in carrying on the Freemason's Arms, a public house which he took over about eight years ago, but which, finding it did not pay, he discontinued after five years' trading. His present liabilities, with one or two excep- tions, were for goods supplied to the inn, about 22 vears ago. Mr W Evans, solicitor, Fishguard, appeared for the debtor, whose examination was provisionally closed. DEMISE.—There pased away on Thursday evening last at Spring Gardens, the devoted wife of "Mr John Price Gronow, at the early age of 48, after a most trying illness of over twelve month's duration. Decease 1, who was greatly esteemed, bore her sufferings with much christian fortitude. Several young children are left alone, their father being at sea. Needless to state there is universal sympathy extended towards the bereaved. The funeral on Monday last at Macpela was numerously attended. The Rev S Thomas read and prayed in the house, and the Rev J W Maurice, pastor of Tabor, of which deceas- ed was a faithful member, delivered an ap- preciative and touching oration. The rev Pastor also spoke at the graveside and offered fervent prayer. Among those present were the four daughters of the deceased, Capt and Mrs Williams, Brynymor; Mrs George, Gar- den Terrace Mrs Evaus, Cardiff (sister); Mrs Gronow, Brynhenllan (sister-in-law) M rs Stevens, Jericho, and Mr Geo Liughrne, Maes-y-garn. The arrangements were ably carried out, and the handsome hearse was brought into use. We join in sympathy with the bereaved. ^Nautical.—Capt Edwards has gone to Glas- gow to juin his ship.—Capt Howells, Rose- neath, is enjoying a holiday spell at home. Home Comers.—Miss Mendus, daughter ot Capt Mendus, the marine overlooker at Messrs Campbells, Glasgow, is spending holidays at Orielton.— Mr 11 ughie Reynolds, of the Lon- don and Provincial Benk, Rhymney, is on a visit to his parents.—At Cilwenen, is Mr Jas Rees, chemist, London.—Staying with Ai rlt Clay, Brynbellan, are Mrs Prince and family and Miss Ward. Wedding.—Spending the honeymoon at the Bungalow, are Mr and Mes Camp, the latter is the daughter of Mr D Thomas, F.T.S.C., Pontyprydd. Mr Camp is a he admastor of a school near Dublin and the young emplo met at the Tonic Solfa College, London, both having scholarships there and it is siid they are both talented instrumentalists of a high order. We join in wishing them long ycas of nuptial bliss. Baptist Union, &c.—Delegates appointed at Tabor to attend the Baptist Union meetings are Messrs Phillip Rees, Bryn Cottage, and Jas Reynolds, Cilwenen. The preaidenr, the Rev J W Maurice, will deliver the president- ial address at the gathering which is to be held on the first Wednesday in September at Llanelly.—Bi-monthly meetings are to be held in conection with North Pembrokeshire Baptists :at Tabor on the 6th and 7th of August. "Among tho preachers for the occa- sion are Revs J LI Morris, Jabez — Price, Venvig, and George Hughes, Mount Zion, Cardigan, who will preach on a given subject. liosafitch.— It i* said that Mr J. B. Bowen, LKvyngwair, purchased lihosfach, comprising ah nt twelve a civs. The K' etui's Fair Choristers. — Satisfactory ] ro^ress i-clnore'c'ed of the ivectoi's choristers It i." fxp!>cted that afu-ra year's rehearsal contpe- tili n at t h National Eisteddfod will be catered upon. Hay Harvest.—Heavy and excellent crops of hay have been garnered all along the coast. Farmers have reason now to believe that seed time and harvest faileth nor." Evans, Mn Evans and daughters proceed Li it weex to Nor-h Wales f> r ho'ilays. of the red t ullmer weather of the provioua few days i rather a mixed and, t the same time, an unmixed blessing. Thfl" lire C lS S of pv<^tr >ii >n coupled with upset of the bihuy organism. O >e genial wurthy's devoted minUteri-g angel w heard to s iy that it was during such att <ek =. that her spouse made oral appeal to the AH-wi-e Healer of humn ills, and it was a great source of mutual satisfac- tion. There, now Target Piacuc \—At the CWIJl the coastguards carry out rej/ul-r target pmciice. This is an ;>ge of rifle sho Tabor. — Ln-t SUialay, the Rev. Jacob John, Beulh, preached edifying pennons, under the 13 iptist Assoc dtion. Collections were taken at the services the proceeds to be devoted to the building of a new chapel at Beulah. A substant- ial sum resulted, over half of the required amount is alrtaly in hand for the building. Maritime Success. —Mr. W. Williams, Bennett Teriace, succeeded in Cardiff last week in gaining master's certificate of the i oard of Trade. As the recipient is only 21 years of age he is deserving of hearty congratulation on his early distinction. Moreso as the examination embodies four new subjects added lecentiy. He was for Jseme time at the Post Ofli:e with Mr. W. E. Bennett, J. P., and, similar to a predecessor at the post otiice, his success is due in a great measure to the splendid traiuiug the office assistants obtain there.

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