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CWMTWRCH 1 AND GWYS NOTES THE WATER SUPPLY. After the ordinary business at Pont- ardawe Council on Thursday last, a long discussion ensued on the question of making a final attempt to settle the' dispute between the representatives of the Pontardawe and Ystradgynlais Councils regarding the water supply for Cwmtwrch district, and it was ulti- mately decided that a sub-committee consisting of Councillors Samuel J. Thomas, Lewis Thomas, and D. R. Morgan (Ystradgynlais), Alex. Evans, H. J. Powell, and J. G. Harris (Pont- ardawe), together with the clerks, sur- veyors, and collectors of the two Coun- cils, should be appointed to meet at I Pontardawe next Thursday. Failing the arrival of a settlement by the commit- tee, the matter should be referred to an independent arbitrator. I DEPARTURE OF MR. TORRANCE. I Mr. J. J. Torrance, manager of the I Blaencwm Colliery, left this locality on Monday to take up his new duties at Machen. The news of Mr. Torrance's removal has occasioned very genuine regret in the district. By his generous and kindly disposition to the inhabi- tants as well as to the workmen, he has won the respect of all who knew him, and many expressions of hope for his future success have been made. MARRIAGE: JAMES-REES. The marriage took place at the Regis- try Office, Pontardawe, on Saturday last, of Mr. Wm. James, second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. James, Cwmtwrch, and Miss Carrie Rees, daughter of the late Mr. Morgan Rees, and Mrs. Rees, Cambrian-place, Cwmtwrch. They were accompanied by several friends, land after the ceremony a family ga- thering took place at the bride's home. Mr. and Mrs. James, who are well- known in the district, have been the recipients of many presents.

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