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LAMPETER BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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? LAMPETER. SPECIAL gzmoNs.-On Saturday last-before Mr John Forien-George Smith a tramp, was brought up in the custody of P.S. Williams charged with having refused to do the allotted work set to him at the casual ward of the Lam- peter Union that morning. Mr Evan Jones, the master of the Workhouse, proved the case. The defendant's excuse for refusing to perform the work was on ascount of his eyes, but the medical officer had examined his eyesight, andicertified that. he was able to break stones. Defendant was sentenced to seven days' hard labour. LAMPETER BRASS BAND SOCIETY.—A public meeting was held in St. Peter's Schoolroom on Thursday (8th inst.), to consider the desirability of re-starting the Lampeter Brass Band, which was disbanded in February, 1876, by a resolution of the committee. The meeting was presided over by the Vicar (Rev. Daniel Jones). Mr T. Lloyd (solicitor), Mr D. Lloyd (Dolgwm), and Mr Roderick Evans addressed the meeting, point- ing out the desirability of forming a new band, and the manner in which the former band had been begun, continued, and ended. The meet- ing was unanimously of opinion that the society should be revived, and a committee was there- upon appointed for that purpose. It was decided that the committee should consist of nine mem- bers, five of whom were to be non-members of the band. The following committee-men were accordingly chosen :—Rev Daniel Jones, chair- man Mr Roderick Evans, vice-chairman; Mr D. Lloyd, Dolgwm House Mr T. Lloyd, solici- tor Mr Samuel Davies, Emporium Mr Davies Jones, painter; Mr David Davies, Cambrian Factory; Mr Wm. Williams, do. Mr E. W. Richards, hairdresser. Mr D. F. Lloyd, of Peterwell, was chosen as secretary, and Mr Ernest Lloyd as treasurer. The working of the Society was then left to the committee. I

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