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AMMANFORD.

IBRYNAMMAN.

I CWMAMMAN.

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CWMAMMAN. The Amman Juniors journeyed to Llandebie on Saturday to try conclusions with the vil- lagers. They were minus severa,l of their usual players, and were defeated by a try. We are pleased to see Sergt. Morgan Thomas, of Coronation Road, looking so well after his four years' experience in Egypt and other theatres of war. Sergt. Thomas is a native of Tirydail, Ammanford, and prior to joining the Colours was employed at Tirydail Co I I ierv. At a meeting of the Cwmamman Chamber of Trade, held on the 7th inst., comment was made upon the present quality of the gas and the unsatisfactory light obtainable therefrom, and after discussion the following resolution was passed:—" That unless an improvement in the quality of gas should be apparent during the week, all tradesmen in Gamant and Glan- amman would cease -to consume gas." A public meeting of ratepayers was held at Stepney Hall, Garnant, on Monday even- ing to consider the advisability of rescinding the present method of paying the rates. Very appropriate speeche6 were delivered by Mr. Bob Edwards and others, and it was unani- mously passed to rectify the present system Mr. W. E. Jones presided over the meeting. A reception concert in honour of Priv. Hamer, of Coronation Road, was held at the National Schools on Tuesday of last week, when the chair was occupied by the Rev. W. Williams (vicar). The accompanist was Mr. John Morgan, L.L.C.M., and many local artistes contributed to the programme. Priv. Hamer was home on short leave from hos- pital, having been wounded in the leg by a mwluri. oi,» bullet diirioir the nush the Somme last September.

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