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LOCAL POLICE COURTS. .-

CARMARTHEN BOROUGH

AMMANFORD

LLANDEBIE

LLANWENOG

PENCADER

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PENCADER NEW CHAPEI..—The new chapel of the Welsh Congregationalists at Pencader has juist been opened. It will accommodate 4-00 persons, the building having co.st £ 1,500. Tho sacred edifice—a fine and imposing structure—is in the Gothic style of archi- tecture, and has been buiit of local stone with Bath-stone dressings. The exterior is cemented, and is finished off with cement mouldings, whilst the whole of the interior has been fitted up with pitch-pine iianeliing. A heating apparatus has been installed, and the building is lighted by acetylene gas. The pastor is the Rev. Lloyd Jones, B.A. The contractor was Mr. John Evans, Llanybyther, whilst Mr. A. I. Jones, Union-street, Carmarthen, was the architect. Special services were held to ceiebmte the opening, at ivhich the Revs. H. Elvet Lewis, M.A., London, and J. J. Williams, Pentre, Rhondda, preached on Tuesday night, and the Rev. Gwilym S. Rees, B.A., Llandyssul; B. Davies, D.D., Nevvcastle-Emlyn; W. T. Francis (B.), Gwar, Aber- R. Roberts Davies, Llandilo, on Wednes- day. The original place of wOrshllJ was creeted In 1650 on a site about 300 yards away from the present one,

TALYBONT (CARD.)

PENYGROES

NEW QUAY

BURRY PORT

NEWCASTLE EMLYN

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