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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.-

LLANSAWEL.

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LLANSAWEL. We are glad to be able to record that this place is not without its improvements this summer. In addition to other novelties we noticed, on Thursday evening, the 19th iiist., the laying of the foundation stone of a new and roomy smithy. A great number of both sexes and of all ages flocked together to witness the ceremony, which was performed in style by the well known and respected citizen, Mr H Kumbold, of the Black Lion Hotel, who bavin-' been equipped with the necessaries for the performance by Mr J. Jenkins of Parkyrhos (the contractor) and having delivered four good raps on the block, proclaimed in a loud and thrilling voice, I declare this sfcone to be well and truly laid." We must not forget to mention that several valuable coin were placed underneath Addresses were also given byMrThomas Maeslan and ot)iers.This building will greatly better the scenery at the entrance from the west end, which hitherto was rather inferior to the edifices of the town. When the forgeing shop and the shoeing shed are completed, we understand that "William y Gof intends having an iron plat- form for handing wheels set up in one place, a superior lathe in another quarter, and some other paraphernalia elsewhere,—May the good mechanic and his son live long to enjoy these additions, and benefits from them, is the general wish of the whole neighbourhood.-( )B,ERVER,

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