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ABERDOVEY. THE WAR. Mrs M L Lewis, Bryndovey, has sent to Mrs Anwyl, Llugwy, a complete feather bed and bolsters for the wounded soldiers at the front. OBITUARY.—The death took place on Monday of Mrs Evans, widow of the late Mr Elias Evans, for many years postmaster at Aberdovey. Deceased was a sister of the late Mr R Rowlands, Tredegar Arms, Towvn. She had been sinking for a long time. The funeral takes place to-day (Thursday) at the cemetery. LECTURE.—On Monday evening the Rev Rhys J Hughes, Bethel, delivered a lecture at the Congre- gational Chapel on Lessons from the life and character of the late Mr T E Ellis." The lecture was very interesting. GOLF.—Several golfers are now staying and are daily playing on the links, among them being a son of the Right Hon Mitchell Thompson and his tutor, who are stayirg at the Marine Hotel, and Mr C M Wells, the well-known cricketer, who is staying with Mr C H Allcock, president of the club. This winter there has been no water on the links which are now in splendid condition, three greens having recently been returfed at a cost of about 160. The present membership of the club is 157.

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