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Llwyngwair En Fete. ----

Pembrokeshire Brothers Killed.

A Fishguard Mystery.

. DINAS CROSS

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DINAS CROSS An Explanation.—We regret that, as ex- plained in our last issue, the material for the compilation of our Dinas news came to hand too late for publication. We can only assure our readers that .the fault lay not with our- selves, that we had, in fact, taken greater precautions than usual to ensure detailed re- ports that week, but our arrangements were inexplicably miscarried. Medical.—We understand that Drs. Havard and Rees, of Newport, have purchased Gla- morgan House, Bwlchmawr and contemplate opening a surgery there at an early date. Congratulations.—We heartily congratu- late Mr Dcwi Harries, J.P., upon having at- tained the distinction—unprecedented we believe-of being elected as Chairman of the St Dogmaels Rural District Council for the third year in succession. Illness.—We regret to have to record that Mr Tom D Maurice, schoolmaster, has suffered a relapse whilst convalescent from his recent attack of tonsilitis. Hoax.An amusiug, but something dis- concerting, hoax was perpetrated by some anonymous wit on Saturday. A lady and a gentleman had driven off Cardiganwards early in the day on pleasure bent, but the rumour spread rapidly that the Registrar's Office in that town was their real objective. Hence they were received upon their return with the firing of guns, with lighted torches, and with other manifestations of rejoicing. It would be difficult indeed to say which party was the most astounded after explan- ations had been exchanged. Bungalow.—A bungalow is being _erected adjoining the post office facing the cross roads, for Mrs George, of Garn terrace. Llwyngwair Wedding.—Mr and Mrs J D D Evans, of Ffrwdgrech, Brecon, who motored through Dinas yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon en route for their honeymoon on the Reviera, found the villiage gaily bedecked with flags and bunting, an excellent display being en- countered at that portion of the road which passes between the Post Office and the Glan Hotel, where,included in an arch of flags,were the greetings Welcome, and Long Life! Spring,—Though long delayed spring is now master of the meterological and agri- cultural situations. Gorse is in abundant bloom upon every wayside, while fair amount of white blossoms are also to be encountered. Primroses abound, as do also other wild flowers, whilst corn and other cereals have already burst their earthy bonds.

GOODWICK

Llanwnda Parish Council. ---

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-----___---. MAENCLOCHOG.

HONOUR FOR MR DEWI HARRIES.

I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Soldiers in Uniform.

An Insult to Wales and Welshmen.

-------BONCATH.

----__---------------IN MEMORIAM.

SCLEDDY.

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New Harbour Scheme. ---

CARMARTHEN'S HINT TO FISHGUARD'

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