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Cycling Accidents to Carmarthen…

Carmarthen Education Committee

I Inter-Town Championship…

Great Pedestrian Feat.

. JExperimental 11 Marking…

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The Municipal Position-in…

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. pionships.Sports at Narberth.

. Opening of a New Church…

IFuneral of Mr Rowland Browne,…


I Funeral of Mr Rowland Browne, Carmarthen. On Friday afternoon last, the mortal re- mains of Mr Rowland Browne, solicitor, Car- marthen, and Alderman of the Borough of Kidwelly, were laid to rest in Kidwelly Churchyard, in the same grave as his deceased mother. The body was brought by train from I Llangrannog to Kidwelly by the 3 o'clock train, and was met at the station by a hearse and mourning coaches, and a number ot friends from the neighbourhood, Carmarthen, and other places. The service in the church and at the graveside was conducted by the Vicar of Kidwelly (Rev D. D. Jones), assisted by the Rev LI. Davies. A very large number of beautiful floral-tokens were sent from the following, among others:—Harp, with broken string, "In loving memory from Row" (Mr R. J. Brown); cross, "with heartfelt sorrow from Row and ude" (Mr and Mrs R. J. Brown); wreaths, Nurse Griffiths, "with sym- pathy" "In loving memory from Mabel and Bill" Mr and Mrs H. Greenwood "with sin- cere sympathy" Mrs Mansel Rees, "in token of much sympathy" Rev James and Mrs Wilson, Hove, "with sincere regard" Rev D. D. and Mrs Jones, Kidwelly, "with deep regret" Mrs and Mrs D. H. Thomas, Star- ling Park, "with much sympathy" Mr and the Misses Jennings, Gellydeg, "with deep regret" Mr J. Saer and the rest of the office staff, "as a token of respectful remem- brance" Katie and Edward, "in most loving memory" Mrs Dd. A. Price, "with sincere regret" from Edith (Miss Brown) "in most loving memory" Mr and Mrs D. O. Jones, "in kind memory" Walter and Margaret, "in most loving memory" Mr and Mrs Byth- way, Warborough, Llanelly, "in kindest re- membrance" Mrs Evans "from his friend"; Mr and Mrs Alex Young and Mr W. Young, "with sincere regret"; Mr and Mrs T. W. Barker, Oaklands, "in affectionate. remem- brance" Mr-and Mrs J. Davies, "in affec- tionate remembrance from his old servants" Mr LI. Bowen Jones, The Friary, Carmarthen "in kind remembrance" Miss Andrews, The Wern, "with sincere regret" Mrs Morris, Coomb, "with deepest sympathy"; Rev T. and Mrs Jones, Llanddowror Rectory, "in affectionate remembrance of a dear friend" Mrs Richards and Miss Lewis, Carmarthen, "in kind remembrance" Mrs Richards, Spil- man street, 'with sincere sorrow" Messrs C. E. and F. F. Morris, "from his very old and sincere friends," etc. Signs of mourning were observable in all parts of the town, the greatest respect being shown to the memory of the deceased gentleman. His loss will be deeply felt in Kidwelly, and by his death an interesting personality is removed from the public life of Kidwelly.

Strange Experience at Carmarthen.

Wedding of Mr. H. J. P. Thomas,…


IFnneral of Mrs. Harford,…

Railway Fatality near Aberystwith


Double Wedding near Talgarth.

. Cub-Hunting in Pembrokeshire.



- Property Sale at Kidwelly.

WI Sad Pembrokeshire Case.

Death in the Cigarette.

The Heart and Tight Lacing.

Time for Courtship.


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Family Notices