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LLANELIEU.

BRECON TOWN COUNCIL.

I IBOATING FATALITY I-

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HAY. EVEHY branch of Dentistry at Henderson's Dental Surgery, Brook House, Hay, daily, all hours. Visitors.—A large number of visitors have come to the town for Whitsuntide. Whitsuntide at the Church. The decorations at the Parish Church for the festive season of Whit sun were carried out with much taste. The services were all well attended. Holy Communion was celebrated at 7 and 8 a.m., and choral Eucharist was sung at 11. The Rev. J. J. deWinton (Vicar) was the celebrant at each of the services, and at 11 was as- sisted by Rev. B. W. Ricketts who also preached At the Procession at 11, "Hail! Festal Day was sung—a translation from the York Processionale, the music being by Rev. J. Baden Powell. The cantors were two of the adult memlers of the choir. The musical setting for I the service was Missa de Angelis," adapted from the Solesmes Gradual by Bazil Harwood. During administration the anthem" Come, Holy Ghost" by Thomas Attwood was sung. At even- song the preacher was the Rev. E. J. Evans, from the Nigerian Mission Field. Great regret is felt that Mr J. Hirst Bannister, organist and choirmaster will shortly be leaving to take up his duties at S. Barnabus. Pimlico. Golf.—The annual club competition for the Graystone" Cup was plauMjl off on Whit-Monday morning, witlr the following res-ult-18 holes, -1 Garnet Williams, nett score, 80 2 R. Maddy and T. Southwick tied with nett score of K4. In the afternoon there were further competitions for which prizes were given by the Hon. R. C. Devereux and the clul)-18 holes, 1 R. Terrett. 76. 2 H. R. Grant and W. Giles tied with 84 0 holes, 1 H. R. Grant, 31;, 2 R. Terrett, H7 a H. Morris, 40. Sale of Farm. — Messrs. Edwards, Russell, and Baldwin, auctioneers, of Leominster. Hereford, and Tenbury, put up for sale by auction at the Drill Hall, Hay, on Thursday last, the Kinley Farm, of about 240 acres 2r. 13p. in the oc- cupation of Mr T. C. Brewer and situate about 2 miles from Whitney-on-Wye railway station, Herefordshire. There was no bidding but it was sold after- wards to Mr Lloyd, Hundred House, Cwmgesty for £ 4500, Mr Robert T. Griffiths was the solicitor for the vendor.

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CHRIST COLLEGE v. PONTAR-DULAIS.

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