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CARMARTHEN COUNTY PETTY SESSIONS.

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LLANSAWEL.

LLANDDAROG.

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LLANDDAROG. COUNTY COUNCIL.-The Rev. R. G. Lawrence, M. A., of Middleton Hall, was returned, unopposed, as a member of the County Council for this district, in the room of the late lamented Mr T. Davies, of Bremenda. It speaks well for the Conservatism of the parishes of Llanddarog and Llanarthney that no Radical need apply. HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICES were held in the Parish Church on Wednesday, the 2nd inst, when the Revs. T. Thomas, B.A., Llanfair- ar-y-bryn D. S. Davies, Llanybri; and W. Morgan, Llanfihangel-Geneu'r-Glyn, preached powerful and impressive sermons to crowded congregations. Both afternoon and evening services were well attended, and the old Welsh tunes were well sung. Instead of a choir at the extreme end of the Church singing an anthem, or tunes known only to themselves, the whole congregation joined most heartily in singing the well-known Welsh tunes always selected for these occasions at Llanddarog. Between the two meetings tea was provided in the schoolroom for all by Mrs Dr. Lloyd, Vale Villa Mrs Thomas, Tawelan Mrs Gabe, the School; and Miss Lewis, Maesdulais. Three others had kindly volunteered to provide tea, &c., if necessary. The Churchwardens having incurred considerable expense in repairing the roof, porch, and other parts of the church, and in putting up a new chandelier to light the north side, the collections for the day, which amounted to 23 2s 9id, were handed over to them to wipe off the balance of their debt. Luncheon for the clergy and others was given at the Vicarage. The Revs S. Jones, R.D., Llangunnor, and Rice Jones, Llanarthney, took part in the services. There were also present the Revs. W. Jones, B.A., Vicar of Llannon and D. H. Hughes, B.A., Vicar of Gorslas.

ABERYSTWITH.