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1- C A R M A R T HEN. THE Glansevin Vale of Towy Otter Hounds will meet on Monday, July 7th, at Glantowy Railway Bridge, Llangadock and on Saturday, July 12th, at Pont Rhyd-y-eyr, Llandovery each day at ten o'clock a.m. ENGLISH BAPTIST CHI RCH.—The anniversary service of this Church were held last Sunday, when sermons were preached by the Rev. A. F. Mills, of Neath. The collections amounted to over £ 40 a much larger sum than the average for the last ten years being about £ 14 more than last year, and about 1:20 more than the previous year. THE BISHOP OF ST. DAVIDS' has left England for a holiday, and purposes to return to Abergwili Palace, about August 8th. His letters will not he forwarded. Clergy and others are requested to keep back till his return, any matter which may admit of such delay and to communicate (if nece ssary) on any formal business with Mr J. H. Barker (D ocesan Registry, Carmarthen), and on any other really pressing subject with the Arcli- deacons of the several Archdeaconries. I I ST. PETER'S CUCNEIR.— The members of the Sunday Schools in connection with this Church had their annual outing yesterday, when they proceeded by special train to Tenby. Abrut 800 turned up. The weather was gloriously ti"e after the recent rain, and all spent a pleasant and joyful day. Ample refreshments were supplied to all. Great credit is due to the superintendents and teachers of the several schools for thei: indefatigable efforts towards making the trip so great a success. TRINITY COLLEGE LOCAL MUSICAL EXAMINA- TK;X'—CARMARTHEN- CKNTRK.—The following is a list of the successful candidates at the annual practical examination, together with the teacher or school at which each candidate was prepared. The examiner was Mr C. E. Willing, organist of 1 û St. George s, Hanover-square, London :—Senior Division—Singing (Honours), Miss Josephine Braund (Mr C. Y. Harding) pianoforte, Miss Mabel Harriot Caviil (High School f.,r Ciils). Junior Divi.-ion— Pianoforte. Miss < Jwynedd Jane David an i MIKS Annie Gwendoline Howell (pupils of Hi"ll School for Girls). Primary Division- -INauefoite, Miss Irene Lilian Howell (High School for Girls) Miss Winifred Harvev (Miss A. M. Buckley). The local secretary is Mr C. Videon Harding. I BLUE RIMIOSISM. The weekly meeting was held on Sunday evening last, at the Salvation Army Barracks, when there were between 500 and GOO present. The chair was taken by Mr James, Barn's Row. Addresses were delivered by Mr Maclean, Mr Henry Howell, and the Rev. D. S. Davies, Union-street Chapel. The latter speaker made some very strung remarks, which do not speak very highly of a minister of the Gospel. In the course of the evening, Miss Hooper, Blue- street, gave a solo with credit to herself, and a party of Babell Chapel, Pensarn, also favoured the meeting with two songs, and were admirably rendered. The meeting was closed with prayer. A PRAISEWORTHY ACT. Yesterday, Alderman John Lewis, Commerce House, gave his employees a trip to Pendine. About 8.30. a.m. they started, numbering about 43, in two four-in- hand vehicles from the Ivy Bush Hotel, closely followed by a carriage with refreshments. The weather was beautifully tine, and it is needless to say that they returned home having spent a happy time, and with warmer hearts if possible than before towards their genial employer, Mr Lewis, whose praiseworthy example deserves the consideration of other tradesmen in the town.

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