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LLANGADOCK.

LLANELLY.

ST. CLEARS.

PENBOYR.

LLANRHYSTYD.

NARBERTH.1

LAMPETER.

ABERAYRON.

TREGARON.

NEWCASTLE EMLYN.

ABERYSTWYTH.

THE PRIMROSE LEAGUE.

AMMANFORD NOTES.

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AMMANFORD NOTES. BLOOU AND FIRB. I hear that the Salvation Army are expected to pay us a visit next Sunday, and to hold a public meeting at the Hall. BUNKUM. I noticed an article in "Jottings" last week on a walk accomplished by a youth whom I well know. I would respectfully ask what guarantee the writer of "Jottings "has that the pedestrian 3id cover the distance mentioned. From in- formation I have received, I find he was seen in Llandilo at 1.30. Where, in the name of good fortune, was he until the hour he duly arrived in this locality, walking at the rate of miles per hour. BAND OF HOPE TEA PARTY. The members of the Band cf Hope at Pontamman were entertained to an exquisite re- past, prepared for them at Pontamman House, on Saturday afternoon last. There were fully one hundred present. The good things had due justice done to them, after which a few outdoor amuse- ments were the order of the day. A meeting was held in the evening, when a Mr Hall took the chair, and in a lengthy but interesting address gave some very amusing incidents of the drink question. Some glees were sung, and a dialogue was gone through, which was very entertaining. After the meeting, all the members dispersed to their homes after thoroughly enjoying themselves. Many thanks are due to Mr and Mrs Callard for the kind manner in which tbty entertained the members, and we hope that this Band of Hope may increase in number, and become a leading institution in the place.

THE NEW WELSH BISHOPS.