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MAEMCLOCHOG. Wedding. —At the Registrar's Oilice, Narberth, on Saturday, the marriage of Miss Bessie Davids, Glynaeron, Maenclochog, and Mr D. Jenkins, Crymmych, took place. Miss Jenkins was the Iridesmaid, while Mr D. Davios acted as best man.—The party drove from Narberth to the Castle Hotel, where dinnei was provided. In the evening the young pair left by the express for Swansea, where the honeymoon will be spent.—We wish them a long life of happiness and pros- perity. Fatal Accident -A fatal accident happen- ed at Blaenlhvydarth Farm on Saturday evening.When Mr Griffith Thomas, owner and occupier of the faiia, was loading a cart on the hay-field he accidentally lost his balance and fell with considerable force to the ground. Dr Price was immediately summoned but poor Thomas was beyond medical aid, and after a few hours fearful agony he expired. lid was well-known to a large circle of friends, and was greatly respected, and it is with great regret that bis friends 11 (especially the Congregational church at Llandilo, where he was one of the eldest deacons), learnt of his sudden death. Mr Thomas did honest, faithful work for every humble friend, for he always believed in doing good. — At an inquest held on the body on Tuesday, Dr Price, of Clynderwen, said the deceased was conscious up to death, but could not account for falling, except a ,I sudden giddintss, probably from too heat, The deceased was quite sober.—A verdict of "Accidental death'; was returned.VeCtaSEd was G8 years of age.

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