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THE ADVENT OF TARIFF REFORM

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--CARMARTHEN CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE

BRYKAMMAN NOTES.

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LLAHSADWRH TEAPAHTY.—The annual teaparty in connectioB with the members of Capel Dewi Church took place last Thursday, on Tynooed fields. The day turned out gloriously fine, and all enjoyed themselves immensely. After tea had been partaken of, various sports were indulged in. Amongst those present t were Mr. C. P. Lewis, J.P., Llandingat; Mr. D. Jones Lewis, J.P., Llwyncelyn; Mr. Elydr Lewis Mr. T. Jones Davies, Bryndyfan, &c. The gener- osity of the Llwynoelyn family to the Capel Dewi and Llansadwrn and Llanwrda Churches is admired by all. A splendid day was spent. •WILL.—Amongst the various legacies of the late Mr. Benjamin Evans, J.P., of Hanfair Grange, who was born at Uansadwrn, is the following:—Mr. Evans bequeathed B100 to the Vicar of Llansadwrn in trust for the poor of the parish, so long as the graves of the testator's family are ftell maintained. OUTING.-The members of Hermon Congregational Chapel took their annual outing this year to Swan- sea on Wednesday in last week. They had beautiful weather and all thoroughly enjoyed themselves. TEA AND PRESENTATION.—On the 5th inst. Mr. R. Jones, Fronddeusant, invited the neighbours and members of the Cwmmarlais Sunday School to tea. on the occasion of his intended departure frtom Fronddeusant to take up his abode at Myrtle Hill. Tea was served on a field near the house, where about a hundred guests enjoyed the surrtptnjous re- past. After having done justioe to the good things, games, &c., were indulged in, while Mr. Jones and his sister (Mrs. Griffiths, London House) distribu- ted sweets and biscuits amongst the children. Mr. Jones holds the distinction of having been a teacher at th!t school for over sixty years, and his services will be great. missed. The members availed them selves of the opportunity to make him a presentation to show their appreciation of his services and numerous good qualities. The presentation, which consisted a family Bible and hymn book (music and words combined) was made by Mr. J. Evans, Fron Isaf, who spoke in eloquent terms. Speeches were also delivered by Messrs. D. S. Jones. Glan- marlais; D. Thomas, Pantypist II, and J. Davies. Pantybedol (a former scholar) and a promising student at the Theological College, Aberystwyth. A vote of thanks was accorded to Mr. Jones and Miss Lewis, his housekeeper, for their great kind ness, to which Mr. Jones responded very feelingly. We understand that the children have already col- lected a nice sum to make him another presentation. The singing of "Hen Wlad fy Nhadau" brought to a close a most enjoyable afternoon.

NEW MAY I

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