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THE CENSUS AND REPRESENTATION.

SOCIETY AND PERSONAL.

ICARMARTHEN. -----------------------------

LLANDYSSUL JOTTINGS.

NEUADDFAWR FOXHOUNDS.

\THEATRICAL FIRE.

WAUNIFOR, LLANDYSSUL.

MYNACHLOGDDU.

PONTARDL- LAIS,

WHITLAND.

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WHITLAND. The third annual Christmas United Singing Association was held as usual. The morning service at 10 a.m., was conducted at the Nazareth Baptist Chapel, when the Rev. W Thomas, F.S.L. (Lond.), Whitland, presided. Mr John Powell (Eos Cynwyd), Treharris, Glamorganshire, led the singing, which in the morning was chiefly for the children. The afternoon meeting was held at Bethania Methodist Chapel, Mr Howell Davies, Whitland, presiding. This meeting was chiefly for delivering addresses to the young. Each Sunday-school afterwards resorted to their own Vestry-room, to partake of the bounteous supply of tea and cake, etc., which had been pre- pared for them. In the evening the meeting was held at the Tabernacle Independent Chapel, and through the indisposition of the Rev. D Jones, Baptist Chapel, the president-elect, the Rev. David Evans, Independent minister, Whitland, presided. Addresses, very suitable for the occa- sion, were delivered by Mr Scourfield, School Board Mr John Owens, Spring Gardens Mr David James, Rev. W Thomas, Rev. J. Davies, and Mr Howell Davies, Whitland. The attend- ance and singing throughout the day were exceed- ingly good, and reflected great credit on the different sections of the Association.

EGLWYS CUMMIN.

ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

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