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[ Carmarthenshire County Conn Nominatiops. The 128th ult. was nomination day for County Council election in Garrcnarthensb Canmairthen Boirougjh, Eastern Ward Uppe Division: *T. E. Brigsitocke (Ch. and C-) unopposed. Carmarthen Borough, Easter Ward, Lower Division: *Rev A. Fuller Mills (Non. Thomas Parke- Jones (Non.). Carmarthen Borough, Western Ward, Lower Division: *John Lewis S n. and L.)! Phillip Reynolds Lewis (Ch. and C.). Carmarthen Borough, Western Ward, Uppei Division: *Rev Professor D. E. Jones (Non. and Ind.) unopposed. Ammanford: Lieut.-Col. D. Morris (L. and C.M.); David J. Jones (L. and Cong.. Bettws: Tom D. Jones (L. and Cong.); Wcin. Thomas (L. and B.); Thomas Monis (Lab. and Non.). Mr T. D. Jones with- drawn. Cenarth: *Rev D. D. Walter's (R. and Non) unopposed. Quarter-Bach: *W. J. Williams (L. and Cong.) Gm-ilydi Vaughian (L. and Cong.) Llandilo Urlban: J. W. Gwynne-Hughes (L.). "allte,r F. Rice (C. and Ch.) withdrawn. Llandilo Rural: L. N. Powell (L. and Cong.); John Davies (L. and Cong.) and Rev E. Thompson Jenkyn (C. and Ch.) with- drawn. Llangunnor: *Ch)airles Edward Morris (Ch. and L.), unopposed. Llanfihangel-air-Arth: *Tliomas Barret (L. and Non.); T. R. Jones, J.P. (Ind. and Ch.); W. J. Wallis Jones (Ind. and Non) I withdrawn. St. Clears: James Phillips (L. and Non.), unopposed. Laughairne: W. H. Dempster (Ind. and Ch.); John D. MOTSC (L. and Non.). Llanarthney Henry Jones-Da vies (L. and Non.); D. F. Davies (Ind. and Non.). Llanstephan *John Johns (L. and Non.). Llanegwad: Delme Davies-Ervans (Ind. and Ch.); Thomas Lewis (L. and Non.). Abergwili: *John Lloyd, Penybank (L. and Non.), unopposed. Llanfihangel-A'berlbytbick: *Earl Cawdor (C), unopposed. Llangadock: *Wm. Davies (L.); Menvyn Peel (C. and Ch.). Mothvey: Mr D. Davies (R. and Non.), un- opposed Mr Wm. Evans withdrawn. Kidwelly AM red Stephens (Ch.); Samuel H. Anthony (Non.). St. Ishmaels, Fenryside: 4Jolan Lloyd Thomas (L. and Non.), unopposed. Llangennech: *Thomas Thomas (L. and Non) unopposed. Llannon: *Wim. Greville (L. and Non.), un- opposed Llanedy: *J. Llewelyn, Thomas (L. and NTop Griffith Vaughan Davies (L. and Nor WbitlLand: *John Scourfield (L. and N Rowland Lewris Thomas (I. and Ch. Llanboidy: *David Evans (L. and Non opposed. Llandissilio: *B. John (L. and Non.), Llangeier: *Col. W. P. Ll. Lewes (C. b. Ch.), unopposed. opposed. Pembrey, North Division: *Rev J. H. Rees (L. and Non.); T. E. Davies (L. and Non.). Mr Davies' paper was incor- rect, and Mr Rees is returned unopposed Pemibrey, South Division: *R. T. Hammond (L. and Non.); George E. Bowen (L. and Non.). Lianelly Urban, Div. I., Ward I.: *W Grif- fiths (Ch. and C.); D. Rees Edmunds (L. and Non.); Edwaixl T. Jones (L. and Non.); Div. III., Ward I., *W. David (L. and Non.; Collwyn Morgan (Labour): Div. V., Ward II., *D. C. Parry (L. and Non.); E. T. Jones (L. and Non); Div. II., Ward I., John Sisnlett (Lab. and Non.), unopposed; Division IV., Ward II., *John Thomas (L. and Non.); un- opposed); Division VI., Ward II., *Joe. Roberts (Lalb. and Non.), unopposed; Division VII., Ward III., *R. A. Nevill (Oh. and L.), unopposed; Div. VIII., Ward III., *Joseph Williams (L. and Non.), unopposed. Llanelly Rural, Jlengoed Di.ision: W. Ben Jones (L. and Non.), unopposed; Ren- wick Division: *David liaity (L. and Non.); H. J. Hopkins (L. and Non.); Westfa and Glyn: *Rev B. Humphreys (L. and Non.); J. R. Humphreys (L. and Non.); D. Rees Edmunds (L. and Non). Conwil: *Thomas Jones (Non. and L.), un- opposed. Llangendeirne: Thomas Davies (Non. and Ind.); RUY R. H. Jones (Non. and L.). Rhydycymerau Benjamin Evans (L. and Non.), unopposed. Llanybyther: David Williams (Xon.), un- opposed. Liandebie: *David Davies (Non. and L.), un- opposed. Llanedy: *J. Llewellyn Thomas (Cong. and L.); T. V. Davies (L. and M.). Those marked with an are the retiring members. Mr H. Jones-Davies, chairman of the Carmarthenshire Education Committee, who is being opposed by iMr Davies, colliery manager, Cross Hands, has stated in reply to certain remarks which were recently made at the Carmarthenshire Ratepayers' Associa- tion meeting at Carmarthen, that the reason why lie accepted f:22 2s 7d for attending the King's coronation as the county's represen- tative was to create a precedent, so that in future no person ofaibiliiy would be debarred from accepting the chairmanship of the council and (representing his county at some future Royal event for want of means. For that matter he could have afforded to, pay his own expenses. He had spent some years in council and committtoo meetings, and had spent many a £ 22 2s 7d out of his own pocket, which his opponents took care not to mention. ELECTION TO-DAY. The election "takes place to-day (Friday). ALLTYFERJX. ANNUAL SUPPER.-On Thursdav, February 28th, Mr Bath gave his annual supper to the choir of .Holy Trinlity Church, at the Concert Hall, Alltyferin, when over 30 sat down to two tables well laden with the best of every- thing, as is always the custom at all gather- ings at Alltyferin. After all had enjoyed themselves at the tables, the tables were cleared away to imake the room into a con- cert room, and the choir is veiy proud to be the first to occupy the new chairs that have been provided for the Hall, chairs were put in position, and the public began to arrive, Amongst others we noticed Mrs and Miss Thomas, the Vicarage; Miss Bath, Miss Allard, and Miss Francis. The Rev E. Thomas (Vicar) was the chairman, and with the programme in his hand, mentioned that he was quite pleased to preside over the con- cert, and that it was a great honour to do so. All that took pa.rt in the entertainment were members of the choir, and each one did their part remarkably well; the pianoforte solos given by Miss Nana Davies and Miss Sally Lloyd were exceedingly well-rendered; also the recitations and pa,rt songs by the Voung Ibovs and girls of the choir. It is quite evident that the older members miust awaken else the younger ones will soon beat them. At the end of the program s the Vicar spoke about the good work of Miss Bath, not only as organist, but also in. other good work in the parish, and mentioned the loss they would sustain, and alluded to the approach- I ing wedding of Miss Bath. Miss Bath re- turned thanks f or the kind remarks, and said that she would never forget the people of Llanegwad. Thie National Anthem was then sung, the solo being taken by Mr J. Thomas, Cothii Bridge, when another plea- sant evening was brought to a close.

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