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CARMARTHEN FREEMASONRY ANNUAL INSTALLATION AND BANQUET. Bro. Chas. E. Davies (Lloyds Bank) was installed in the chair of St. Peter's* Lodge, Carmarthen, on Wednesday evening lat. There was a .very large attendance both of members of the lodge and visit- inir brethren, amongst whom were, m addition to those mentioned below: Bros. J. Howard Morgan. It W. Ward, W. S. Phillips, C. Haydn Williams, T. W. Barker, B. A. Lewis, Joseph Burgess, II. Studi, T. R. Walters, John Studt, 'f. P. Jones. W J Wallis-Jones, D. 1.. Williams, W. Burton. The visitors included Bros. W. H, Thomas ,Thomas H. Dowdeswell, S. F. Robinson, W. N. Evans, J. P. Race. E. W. Rees, T. Lewis, W. H. Thomas, Rev. T. Nash Jones, Rev. David Davies, Gavin Henry, Geo. Merney. Rev. W. L. Davies, .1. Campbell Hill. The W.M. elect was presented for installation by W. Bro. Bowen, D.P.G.M., and the- installing mas- ter wak; Bro. F. J. Finglah, who carried out the ceremony very impressively. The newly-elected W.M. appointed his officers as follows ;—I.P.M., W. Bro. Thomas Davies; S.W., Bro. Lewis Giles; J.W., Bro. Harry Reeves; chaplain, W. lro. the Rev. J. Marsden, P.M.. P.P.G..W.; Treasurer, W. Bro. James John, P.M., P.P.G.S.W.; lodge charity isteward, W. Bro. R, W. Ward. P.M.; G.J.D. i Secretary. Bro. D. Roberts; D. of Cer., W. BVo. Thomas Walters, P.M., P.P.G.S.W., P.G.Sec.; S.D., Bro. W. O. Minister; J.D., Bro. R. E. Williams; J.G.. Bro. D. J. Davies; organist, Bro. Harold Malkin; steward, Bro. T. H. B. Yorath; stewards, Bros. A. E. Ham and D. T. James; tyler, Bro. John Thomas. W. BRO. C. E. DAVIES, W.M. W. BRO T. DAVIES, I.P.M. After tho close of the lodge, the brethren ad- journed to the Royal Ivy Bush Hotel, where the aunual banquet was served up by the Host (Bro. D. E. Williams) in a manner which added much to the pleasure of a very enjoyable evening-. A somewhat lengthy list included the toast of the W.M., which was proposed by W. Bro. the Rev. J. Marsden, who expressed his confidence that W. Bro. Chas. E. Davies would do the utmost credit to the high office 00 had attained. That of the I.P.M. was submitted by W. Bro. Thomas Walters, who ob- served that during W. Bro. Thos. Davies's year of office the work of the lodge had reached a very high .standard, and lie was confident that no one who followed the I.P.M. would fill the office more ably. Tho health of Host Williams and Mrs. Williams was also drunk with enthusiasm. Tht'r,o was an excellent programme of music, w-rth Bro. Harold Malkin. F.R.C.O.. at, the piano, Songs were, isung by W. Bros. Ward and E. Colby Evans, and Bros. W. 0. Minister, Lewis Giles, Harry Reeves, and others.

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