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Raphael's Almanac for 1916.

Llanwrtyd Wells Notes

In Borderer's Uniform.

BEULAH.

.-Ystradgynlais New Police…

I ITALACHDDU.

LLYSWEN.

BRECON.

Painscastle Petty Sessions.

TRANSFER OF LICBNSE.

RIDING WITHOUT LIGHTS.

HAY.

CEFNCOED.

DEYYNOCK.

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BRECONSHIRE WAR ITEMS.

PENDERYN.

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MARKETS GUIDE.

BUILTH WELLS.

ABERCRAYE,

LLANGAMMARCH WELLS.

Breconshire's New Bloodhounds.

TALGARTH.

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TALYBONT-ON-USK.

BWLCH.

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BWLCH. DEATH OF AN OLD INHABITANT.—The death took place on Monday night of Mr Wm. Thomas, Old Road, Ewlch. About six weeks ago deceased fell and broke his leg. From this accident, and owing to his extreme old age, recovery was not anticipated, and on Monday evening last in his 84th year he passed peaceably away. The funeral takes place on Friday afternoon at the Priory Church, Brecon. MARRIAGE.—At the Bwlch C.M. Church on Wednesday last week, the wedding took place of Mr S. A. J. Blackwell and Miss Jones, Middle Shop, Bwlch. The service was largely attended by friends from the district. The pastor, the Rev. E. Hardee Merchant, performed the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her youngest brother, Mr T. Jones, wore a biscuit coloured silk eolienne dress with hat to match, trimmed with lace and net veil. She was attended by two bridesmaids, Miss E. M. Davies (the School), Miss L. Morgan (Llangorse), and the bride's two young nieces, Misses Gwyneth and Vida Jones, attended as flower-girls and who were dressed in white silk dresses and mob caps trimmed with forget-me-nots. The bridesmaids were attired in creme crepe de chene dresses with cream hats trimmed with pink roses and lace veil. Mr J. Jones acted as the groomsman. On leaving the chapel the wedding party motored to Abergavenny where they partook of the wedding breakfast. Later Mr and Mrs Blackwell left for Bournemouth where the honeymoon is being spent.

CATHEDINE.

LLANAFANFAWR.

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