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LAUGHARNE ECHOES.

AMMANFORD JOTTINGS.

WHATELEY'S "WHAT NOTS."

CARMARTHEN BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

- THE TITHE AGITATION.

WALTHAM WATCHES AS TIMEKEEPERS

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CARMARTHEN COUNTY PETTY SESSIONS.

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WESTERN WALES AND FOX-HUNTING.

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CARMARTHEN BOROUGH POLICE…

PENLLERGAER.

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PENLLERGAER. On Monday morning, the 23rd inst., the choir of St. David's Church, Penllergaer, enjoyed their annual outing. About fifty met at 7.45. a.m., by the Church, and from thence proceeded to Cockett Station, and thence in a saloon carriage to Cardiff, arriving there about ten o'clock. The morning was spent in walking about Cardiff. A splendid dinner was provided for the party at the Washington Hotel. In the afternoon several went to Penarth, and enjoyed themselves on the beach, in riding on the ponies, and in the vehicles which were there on hire. Others went to Barry to see the new dock. All returned to the Washington at five o'clock for tea. The return journey was commenced at 6.10. p.m., arriving home at a timely hour, after spending a most enjoyable day. Through the foresight of Mr and Mrs J. G, Kirby, refreshments in the shape of sandwiches, cake, etc., and various kinds of drinkables had been provided in the carriage, and the journey to was enlivened by songs and speeches. Sir John T. D. Llewelyn, Bart" Penllergaer, paid all expenses connected with the trip, and all the arrangements were under the care of Mr J. G. Kirby, Penllergaer Farm. Sir John's generosity was warmly acknowledged in the usual way by the company, and Mr and Mrs Kirby were warmly thanked for so ably carrying out the baronet's generous intentions. Grateful mention was also made of the warm interest taken by the Penllergaer family in everything connected with St. David's Church.

C WM A MMAN.-

LLANSAWEL.

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