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LLANGUNNOR.

PENDINE.

LAUGHARNE.

LLANFIHANGEL-YSTRAD.

LLANDYSSIL.

LLANELLY.I

NAR BERTH.

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NAR BERTH. A VERY heavy shower of rain and hail passed over this town on Saturday last, and many houses in the lower part of the town were flooded. PETTY SESSIONS.—At the weekly sitting of the above sessions held on Thursday, at the Court House, Narberth, before (Messrs R. H. Buckley, W. James, G. P. Brewer, and R. G. Lewis,— Benjamin Lawrence, of Rumbly Way, near Tenby, summoned John Ormond, of Tenby, and John Morse, of Cornish Downs,- near Tenby, for an assault committed upon him at his dwelling-house at Rumbly Way. Mr R. D. Gilberston appeared for defendants. The complainant in his evi- dence, said that defendants came to his door on on the previous Saturday night and forced it open, and committed the assault upon him. In the course of his cross-examination, the defendant admitted that on the nfight in question the defendants with a number of other persons were carrying an effigy of himself round about his house. After a lengthy bearing, the Bench thought the assault was a very grievous one, and fined the defendants E5 each including costs. CONCERT. —On Friday evening last, at the Board School, Narberth, a concert was held in con- nection with the above school. The concert was a great success, the large schoolroom being well filled. A select programme was gone through, and the scholars in every way creditably acquitted themselves, and great praise is due to their schoolmaster (Mr E. Owen), for the manner in which he trained them. The piano was ably presided over by Miss Bessie Thomas and Mr Roger Wilkins. The annual donation of 210 given by Mr R. Ward, J.P., of Sandstone, for distribution amongst the most deserving pupils of the schools, was also distributed. MA.RRIAHE. The town of Narberth was quite en fete on Tuesday, on the occasion of the marriage of Miss Bessie Thomas, eldest daughter of the Rev. Benjamin Thomas, Baptist minister, Narberth, and editor of the SerenCymru, to Mr David Humphreys, of Dyffryn Woollen Mills, near Narberth. The wedding took place at Glanrhyd Baptist Chapel, the officiating ministers being Revs. J. Williams, J. Edwards, R. Sir- howy Jones, and B. Thomas (father of the bride). The happy pair left by the 1.35 train en route for the Isle of White.

NEWCASTLE EMLYN.

LLANDOWROR.

DYFFRYN CLETTWR.

LAMPETER.

LLANYBYTHER.

TRESAITH (CARDIGANSHIRE).

NEW QUAY.

ABERAYRON.

TALSARN.

!LLANDOVERY BOARD OF j GUARDIANS.

THE LATE MRS. PRICHARD, TYLLWYD,…

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---------DEATH OF LORD CARNARVON.

LOCAL FAIRS FOR JULY.

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