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LLANGADOCK.

LLANELLY.

ST. CLEARS.

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ST. CLEARS. ST. CLEARS GARDEN SOCIETY. The 7th annual meeting of the above society was held at Corous Inn on the 23rd inst., when there were present Mr Thomas Evans, C.C. of Treventy chairman, Messrs. D. Thomas, treasurer; J. V. Morgan, hon. sec; T. Guest, M. Phillips, Inspector Williams, Thomas Davies, W. H. Pensom, John Jones, David Evans, Richard Williams, B. Lewis, Daniel Davies, William Phillips, John Lewis, station S. Lewis and J. Thomas. It was unanimously resolved that Mr David Thomas of Clufon Mill be appointed treasurer in the room of the late Mr Joseph Waters that Messrs Thomas Guest and Powell be asked to act as judges of garden produce, &c. Mr John Phillips of butter and oat cakes Messrs Stone and T. Davies of poultry, alive and dead Mr W. Beynon of works of art, butter prints and walking sticks and Mrs Lewis, Railway Tavern for knitting that all the prizes be paid on the Friday following the show. Notice was given that the rules be revised at the next annual meeting. The retiring members of the'committee and other officers were re-appointed. Mr J. Phillips promised the use of the new fair field grates and the chairman, Messrs L. Evans, William Rogers, William Phillips, Benjamin Lewis and W. H. Pensom consented to act as stewards of the show. Considerable disappoint- ment and disgust were expressed at the action of of a section at St. Clears in starting an opposition society this year, which the meeting considered was clearly the outcome of spite towards the old one.

PENBOYR.

LLANRHYSTYD.

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