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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.

C WM A MMAN.-

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C WM A MMAN. THE Mutual Improvement Association held its usual meeting on Friday evening last when, in the absence of the president, Mr Mitchell of the Garnant Grammar School was voted to the chair. Messrs. David Jones and J. Morgan Jones read two selections in a masterly manner, and Mr Morgan Richards recited "Twr Babel" with great taste and feeling. The secretary, Mr T. Joiies n I sent in his resignation which was accepted, and Messrs. Noah Phillips and J. Morgan were after- wards appointed joint secretaries. DEATH OF MISS THOMAS. It is with sorrow I have to record the death of Miss Deborah Letitia Thomas, daughter of the late Mr Thomas Thomas, contractor, Llanelly, and grand daughter of the late Rev. John Davies, the venerable and eminent minister who laboured assiduously and successfully at Cwmamman, for upwards'of forty years. Miss Thomas had for some time been engaged at the establishment of Messrs B. Evans and Co., Temple-street, Swansea, where by her faithful attention to business, and quiet graceful lady-like demeanour, she had gained the°respect and confidence of the firm, and the love and beat wishes of her colleagues. Ill health compelled her to seek rest and a change of air with her uncle Pi- Eleazar Davies, Fochriw—where after a few days" illness she expired peacefully on June 15th. She was buried on Thursday, at the Old Bethel Graveyard, Cwmamman, amid the tears and laments of her distressed relatives, and a large circle of sorrowing friends, the officiating minister being the Rev. J. Towyn Jones, who was assisted by the Revs. John Jones, Llatiguicke; James Jones, and D. Morgan, Fochriw. The following ministers were also present Revs. J. Morlail Jones, vicar of Brynamman J. Oliver, Tabernacle and J. Thomas, Bethesda Mr and Mrs B. Evans, Swansea Dr E. Davies, Fochriw Miss Annie Thomas, sister of the deceased Mr E. Garibaldi Davies, Swansea Mrs Mc'Farlane Grove Place, Swansea Mr W7alter Thornej Swansea Miss Kent Jones, Deri Miss Beavan' Newport Miss Kyle, Swansea the employes of Messrs. B. Evans and Co., and very many others. sent magnificent floral offerings each testifying in its own mute, yet powerful way, that in the hearts of the donors, there was an aching void.

LLANSAWEL.

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