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AMMANFORD. During the recent spell of frost, skating was much in evidence on the Maesquarre Lake. Ike Fowler, the well-known Ammanford footballer, played for Llanelly against the Maoris on Saturday last. There is every likelihood of a branch of the" Comrades of the Great War being formed locally, and it is proposed to run a benefit match under its auspices at an early date. Fortune-telling has become quite an epidemic among the younger folks, and it is nothing out of the ordinary to see a queue of considerable length in waiting for the Destinist of Fate." At a recent examination held at Llanelly under the Carmarthenshire Education Com- mittee, ithe (following were successful in obtaining ifremen's certificates:—Messrs. W. Williams, Heol Las; D. Mosto, Walter Road; and Geo. Davies, New Road. Ammanford is faced with another threatened strike. For some time past the employees '11 the tailoring business have created an agitation relative to an increase in wages, and this week the cloud has burst," and the men have decided to adopt a down tools policy unless their demands ale acceded to by the master tailors. During the recent frost it was found neces- l h oo l The s-lruc- sary to close the County School. The struc- ture, which is of corrugated iron, is very susceptible to the change of weather, and on this occasion the heating apparatus got out of order. The building is only a temporary structure. Very little interest is shewn in the forth- coming County Council elections. Up to the present no names have been mentioned of prospective candidates. However, in connec- tion with the Rural District and Urban Dis- trict Council elections, stiff fights are antici- pated, and at least eleven names are men- tioned as possibles." In our report of the Annual Brewster Sessions, it would appear that the Chairman's remarks applied to .the Cross Inn Hotel billiard room. The complaint referred to was in connection with the renewal of a billiardl licence outside Ammanford, and not the Cross Inn Hotel. We regret any annoyance that may have been caused. News reached Bettws on Tuesday evening of the serious indisposition of Nurse Hannah Walters, of Pentwyn Road, and now of Shrewsbury. Nurse Walters has since the commencement of hostilities rendered much valuable service at a number of military hos- pitals, and was held in very high esteem by both the staff and patients. We wish her a speedy recovery. The funeral of the late Mr. Dd. Morgan, 33, Margaret Street, took place at the Llan- debie Parish Churchyard on Thursday last. The gathering was. a large and representative one. The officiating minister was the Rev. D. W. Thomas, M.A., vicar of Llandebie. The deceased gentleman was one of the last of a very old and respected Llandebie family, and who had for years carried on extensive farming at Llangwydfan. The Ammanford and District Choral Society is busily practising for a very excel- lent concert which they propose holding at an early date. The conductor is Mr. Gwilym R. Jones. We understand that the artistes engaged for the occasion will include Miss Mair Jones, Carmarthen (winner at Neath National Eisteddfod) Mr. W. T. Rees (tenor), Ammanford; and Mr. W. Dyfnant Davies, Penygroes. The proceeds are being devoted to the Our Boys Fund and the Y.M.C.A. An Ammanford prisoner of war—Priv. Trevor Edwin Williams, 33, Margaret Street —was handed a pamphlet on his Tepratiation. On reading it, one cannot credit the Germans with being the brutes pictured by our returned heroes. The scrap of paper handed our men is merely" bluff and a cover for their atrocities. Priv. Williams re- mained in their hands for ten months, and has seme thrilling experiences to relate. He is OJiIe of i-hree brothers, one of whom-Sergt. W. B. Williams, .RW.F.-has paid the supreme sacrifice. Another brother, Gunner David T. Williams, was discharged in August of last year. This indeed is a credit- able-record. Under the presidency of Major D. A. Hughes, M.B., D.P.H., a repeat perform- an-ce of the Japanese operetta, Princess Chrysanthemum," was given at the Palace Theatre last night by the Church United Band of Hope. The attendance exceeded expecta- tions, and a goodly sum was realised. The conductor was the Rev. D. Spenser Jones, B.A., and the accompanist Mrs. W. Edwards, A.L.C.M. An addition was made to the programme on this occasion, the Fairies rendering a chorus, the words of which had been specially written by Mr. W. Comery (senr.), Paignton, South Devon. The acting throughout maintained its previous standard. The proceeds will be devoted to St, John' s Mission Church. A very pretty weddi i-was solemnised at Llandebie Parish Church on Saturday last, the contracting parties being Miss Mary Jones, Penllwynhelyg, Llandebie, and Mr. Tommy Peregrine, son of Mr. William Peregrine, 32, New Road, Ammanford. The bride, who was attired in a navy blue costume and a silk biscuit hat, was given away by her father. The bridesmaid was Miss Agnes Jones (sister of bride), whilst the duties of best man were carried out by Mr. Idris Peregrine (brother of bridegroom). The nuptial knot was tied by the Rev. D. W. Thomas, M.A., vicar of Llandebie. After the ceremony a reception was held at the residence of the bride, and later in the day at the bridegroom s home, when a goodly number of relatives and friends, including the Rev. D. Tegfan Davies, attended. the honeymoon was spent at Swansea. Numerous presents were received from well-wishers. The half-yearly meeting of members of the Ammanford Co-operative Society, Ltd., was held in the Y.M.C.A. Hall on Saturday last, I and the proceedings throughout were lively and interesting. Mr. Daniel Thomas, the president, occupied the chair, and the room was comfortably full. The report and balance sheet was discussed at length, and finally adopted. It was agreed to make a donation of £ I Is. to the Lan Nationalisation Society. A recommendation" to take up shares to the value of 120 in the proposed West Wales Labour weekly paper was defeated by four votes. Mr. Daniel Thomas was re-elected president of the Society by a large majority; and Messrs. S. Waters and Frank Davies (Central), Mr. J. Rees (Glan- amman), Mr. Theo. Harris (Llandebie), Mr. Gwilym Jones (Tycroes), and Mr. D. Rufus Evans (Bettws) elected members of theecom- mittee. The meeting authorised the com- mittee to take immediate steps to establish a branch at Blaenau, in response to a request from a meeting held there recently. Other members pleaded for consideration of the claims of Garnant and Saron, but these were deferred for the present. A very hearty vote of thanks was passed to the committee and staff for their services, to which Mr. T. H. Allen in a very neat speech replied, after which the meeting terminated.
CWMAMMAN. I On Saturday, the 8th inst., a very pretty wedding was solemnised at Tabernacle Chapel, Glanamman. The contracting parties were Miss Blodwen Richards, Tyuchaf, and Mr. William Thomas Anthony, Hafodwgan- fach, Tycroes. The officiating minister was the Rev. Ffinant Morgan, B.A., B.D., who was assisted by the Rev. D. J. Moses, B.A., Tycroes. Breakfast was prepared at the bride's home, and a very pleasant time was spent there before the young couple left for their honeymobn. We wish them God-speed and many years of happiness.
GOLDEN GROVE. i Tea and Coned. A very successful function took place in Golden Giove National Schoolroom on Saturday last in con- nection with the Sunday. School. The pro- ceedings commenced with a tea in the after- noon, which was much enjoyed by al" the scholars. Mrs. Bellamy, The Kennels, and Mrs. Thomas, Cathargoed, presided at the I tables, and were assisted by the Lay teachers and senior member- of the Sunday School. Later in the evening, a very interesting enter- tainment was held, the programme consisting of songs and recitations, which the scholars, young and old, contributed. The Chairman (Rev. E. D. Aldred Williams, B.A., vicar) also presented the younger scholars with prizes for regular attendance during last year. Miss R. L. Griffiths, Glanrhydu, church organist, presided at the piano. Another special feature of the programme was a pre- sentation which was made to the Vicar to celebrate hie recent marriage. Mr. John Samuel, churchwarden, and one of the oldest communicants, in a few well-chosen words and verses of poetry, handed over to the Vicar, on behalf of the congregation and friends, a handsome silver tray and tea ser- vice. Congratulatory speeches were also made by Mr. T. Daniels, headmaster of Golden Grove School, and Mr. D. T. Evans, headmaster of Natnygroes School. The Vicar, in responding, said that he and Mrs Williams would always value the beautiful present which had been given to him, and appreciated very much the kind thoughts of their friends at Golden Grove. Appropriate verses of poetry composed by the Rev. Twynog Davies, vicar of Dewi Sant, Car- diff, were also read. The proceedings termi- nated with the singing of the National Anthem.
LLANDILO. So far, two gentlemen have jssued their addresses as candidates for the forthcoming County Council election for the urban dis- trict, viz., Councillor John Stephens, London House, Llandilo; and Lord Dynevor, Dynevor Castle, Llandilo. The date of nomination is Friday, the 28th February,, and the election day Saturday, the 8th March. Last Tuesday evening, at the Ebenezer Baptist Vestry, under the auspices of the Young People's Guild, a lecture was given fach, on Monday last, when the following passed through the ring, viz.:—27 fat cattle, a number of fat sheep and lambs. The above were graded and sold at controlled prices; 50 pigs, 47 calves, 6 cows and calves. Pigs were disposed of at prices ranging from 30s. to £ 5 3s. calves, 25s. to £ and cows and calves, from Y,30 to £ 36. The graders were Messrs. James Hobbs, The Home Fairm, Golden Grove, and Jonathan Jones, butcher, Ammanford. The auctioneer was Mr. W. N. Jones, Dyffryn, Ammanford. At the Drill Hall, Llandilo, on Thursday evening of last week, under the auspices of the Ebenezer Baptist Church, a grand per- formance of the sacred cantata, "The Daughter of Jairus," was given, conducted by Councillor J. H. Rees. The artistes were:—Messrs. David Lewis, D. J. Davies, D. J. Rhys, and Miss Maud Williams. The choir was supported by a full orchestra. The accompanist was Mr. J. O. Beynon, B.Sc., Ivy House, Ffairfach. In addition to the cantata, solos were given by the artistes, and the choir sang Awake, /Eolian Lyre and the Hallelujah Chorus." The singing was excellent, and highly appreciated by the large audience, over which Mr. L. N. Powell, J.P., Carregcennen, Trapp, presided. The proceeds were in aid of the War Memorial Organ Fund. The quarterly meetings in connection ""ith the Welsh Congregational Churches of East Carmarthenshire were held at the Docic by the Rev. J. Ifor James, Llandovery. The subject was The Lamps of the Temple. The Rev. G. Edmund Williams (pastor) presided. Messrs. David Prothero, Charles Jenkins, D. W. Evans, R. A. Evans, and Ben Griffiths also spoke. The death took place on Friday of last week of David Morgan Mozart Jones, the ten ^eks old child of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jones, of Stepney Road. The funeral (a private one) took place on Monday last, the place of burial being the Tabornacle Chapel burial-ground, Ffairfach. i he Rev. W. H. Harries, of Penrheol (in the unavoidable .absence of tL"* Kev Wm. Davies, pastor, 'through i r"s?, officiated. -? s I o fif ciate d Mr. W. Price Williams, solicitor, Carmar- ther (secretary of the Carmarthenshire Trans- port: Ccmvt aUcidea a meeting of the Llandilo Urban L. Council on Tuesday evening in reference to railway and transport facilities in the district. Mr. A. E. Harries. J.P., presided. It was decided to suppoi, the moYement for a railway from Llandilo to Lampeter, and that the Council be repre- sented at a meeting to be held at Pumpsaint. It was further decided to make an application for a road transport from Cross Hand" to Llandilo. The Llandilo and District Auction Mart, Auction Co., Ltd., hf'!d :heu.' fortniVMy' mart at their Auction Mc^L Ground, Fiaw-' Chapel, Llanelly, on Wednesday of last week. The Conference was presided over by the Rev. Samuel Harries, of Cynghordy, Llandovery. It was decided to hold the next meetings at Carmel, Llansadwm, the following ministers to preach the Conference sermons, viz.:—Rev. Orchwy Bowen, Eben- ezer, Llanelly; and the Rev. D. E. Harris, English Congregational, Ammanford. Mr. John Jones, of Park Owen, Gwynfe, was unanimously elected chairman for the ensuing year. The following ministers took' part:— Revs. W. H. Harries, Penrheol; G. G. Williams, Gwynfe; D. Davies, B.A., Llan- gennech; and J. Davies, Capel Isaac. The preaching service was presided over by the new pastor, the Rev. Hughson Jones. The ?meetings were well attended.
> -> < NOTICE. To MINERS, TINWORKERS, AND OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES OF BOTH SEXES. Mr. JAS. HODSON (THORNTON HEATH) Will (D.V.) DELIVER A SPECIAL ADDRESS UPON A Question of Vital Interest to YOU AT THE PALACE, Next SUNDAY NIGHT, at 8 s'slock. All SEATS FREE. No Collection. N .B.-No Children under 14 years will be admitted unlesi accompanied by a Guardian. Be 1IJl.pe izo Come.
LLANDOVERY. Rumour has it that the local branch of the Discharged Sailors' and Soldiers' Fer' ration propose organising another social shortly. Lce.-Corpl. Dennis Morgan, a brother of the late Corpl. Tommy Morgp". M.M., Vic- toria Street, reecrdy home on leave from Fiance. A meeting of the local War Pensions Com- mittee was held on Friday last at the Town Hall. A number :iims were recom- men d e d At Bethel Chapel, on Thursday evening, a lecture was given bpy the Rev. J. Volander Jones. The subject was From Wales to California." Mr. Jones has had considerable experience as a lecturer, and was for many: years in America. Councillor J. Nicholas, Central Drug Stores, was the chairman. A very successful concert was held at the Assembly Rooms on Thursday last, under the presidency of the Mayor (Councillor Daniel Joens, J.P.). The proceeds were devoted to ¡. the repayment of a grant made by the local branch of the Discharged Sailors' and Sol-j diers' Federation to the Widows' and Orphans' Christmas Fund. The artistes in- eluded Lieut.-Col. T. Lloyd Harries, Llwyn- ddewi, and Miss Lloyd Harries. Mrs. Norman Owen ably carried out the duties ofl secretary. <
BLAENAU. I An excellent lecture was delivered at the Council Schools, on Tuesday evening last, by Mr. W. H. Bellin, M.E., Llanelly, the county mining lecturer. The subject was Roof Supports Underground." The lec- turer made this particularly dry subject very interesting, and the elementary and advanced students of the Biaenau Evening Classes thoroughly enjoyed the discourse. After the lecture, Mr. Bellin spoke a few encouraging remarks to the students. Mr. Henry Morgan, M.E., proposed a vote of thanks to the lec- turer, and Mr. David Henry seconded, the vote being carried with acclamation.
I LLANGUNNOCK. I The funeral of the late Mr. John James, of Plasynant, took place last Thursday week at Ebenezer Cemetery. The deceased, who was 78 years of age, was a native of the parish, and was a faithful member and deacon at Ebenezer Baptist Church. 1 he çhief mourners were Mrs. Jones (widow), and Mr. James Jones (son), of London. The Rev. G. Edmund Williams, of Llandilo, officiated.
I PENYBANK. I At the Bethel Eisteddfod, held at Blaenau on Saturday last, Mrs. Nicholas, Emlyn Ter- race, gained premier honours in the champion solo competition. Congratulations. The marriage was solemnised at Pisgah (B.), Penybank, on Saturday, the 8th inst., of Mr. W. Emlyn Davies, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Davies, Bryn Saron, Glanamman, and Miss Mary Elizabeth Davies, the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Octavius Davies, Bay's Hill, Penybank. The best man was Mr. Glyn Davies (brother of bride), and the bridesmaid Miss Davies (sister of bride- groom) The Wedding March" was played by Miss Evans, Llandebie. The Revs. T. Roberts, Penybank, and D. Ffinant Morgan (C.M.), Glanamman, officiated. The wedding breakfast was partaken of at the bride's home. Subsequently the newly- wedded couple left for Swansea, where the honeymoon was spent.
PENYGROES. A very successful reception concert was held at the Penygroes Vestry on Friday evening last,. under the presidency of the Rev. Job Herbert, Calfaria, Penygroes. The guests of the evening were Privs. Haydn Jones, George Warrener, D. J. Bowen, Dd. Thomas, Ralph Williams, and Robert W. Roberts. All looked in the pink of con- dition, despite the numerous hardships en- countered during their noble fight for the Right. A miscellaneous programme was gone through, and mention should be made of the penillion singing of Master Johnny Morris, Cefneithin. If taken in hand, this little artiste shouid make a name for himself in the near future. Although the price of admission was on this occasion raised, the attendance proved the patriotism of the neighbourhood, and the spacious vestry was packed. To- morrow (Friday) evening a reception will be held in honour of Privs. Lewis Rees, D. J. Rees, D. T. George, Lewis Lewis, Lewis Harries, and D. Thomas.
The Amman Valley Dispute. DECISION OF THE DISPUTES COMMITTEE FINAL. At the adjourned meeting of the Anthracite Miners' Association, held at Swansea yester- day, it was decided to accept the decision of the Coalfield Disputes Committee with refer- ence to the sympathetic strike in the Amman Valley. Some 22 collieries were involved, and a down, tools policy was adopted, more or less as a protest. Damages obtained in court against the men were deducted, with the result stated. After a week' s stoppage, the men decided to resume work pending a decision relative to the tendering of notices throughout the Anthracite coalfield. The Jnatter, however, ended yesterday. The agents (Messrs. J. D. Morgan and John J. James) explained the efforts made a settle the matter, and reported that the decision of the Coalfield Disputes Committee was iinal- they could not reconsider the question of damages, having regard to the fact that every effort had been made to settle before entering court. The meeting decided to accept the decision, but tc t ak, ste, to lay before the next conference that the question of deduction from wages shall be fully considered, so payment of damages be made an indiv:duH matter. Thus the question that has caused so much agitation and trouble is dropped.
POOLES, Ammanford. Week commencing Feb. 24th, 1919. Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday. A Grand « STOLL" Film— ONCE UPON A TIME (Six Paxat:s). Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. SPECIAL!! THE HONEYMOON. The Great Serial: THE ENEMY WITHIN.
"Robinson Crusoe" at Ammanford. Ammanford is in for a treat this evening. At the Palace Theatre, Mr. J. F. Younge presents the magnificent pantomime, Robin- son Crusoe." It will be remembered that Mr. Younge was responsible for the engagement at Ammanford of Mark Hambourg, the world- renowned pianist. We feel confident that on this occasion again Mr. Younge will prove equal in his choice selections. The cast will include Miss Yvonne Lamor, the principal boy," sa Robinson Crusoe." She is described as a regular knut." Miss Elsie May, as Polly Perkins," possesses a fine voice, and is just the thing." The well- known comedian, Mr. Tommy Banks, as Mrs. Crusoe, the Village Venus," creates heaps of laughter. Mr. Ernest Barrett is classed as one of the finest step-dancers irv the country. Mr. Will Ivor, in the role -of Friday," does a remarkable speciality dance on top of a pole while playing a con- certina. In addition, there is the Sapphire Quartette, and a host of Villagers, Sailors, Pirates, Dusky Maids, &c. As will be seen from our advertising columns, there will be only one show this evening and Friday, and two on Saturday at 6.30 and 9.
Brynamman Officer Promoted4 Second-Lieut. D. J. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. --D. D. Thomas, Tanymynydd, Brynamman, has been promoted full Lieu- tenant. Lieut. Thomas joined the Forces in 1914, and #has been in action on several fronts, and was wounded at Gallipoli. Prior to enlistment he was employed at Rugby B.T.H. Electrical Works, and entered the Army as a private; but soon was made sapper in the Royal Engineers. He was pro- moted from the ranks to a second-lieutenancy about eighteen months ago. Lieut. Thomas, R.E., is now stationed at Gosport. Air Mechanic Leonard Thomas, his brother, who is employed at Rugby B.T.H. Electrical Works, is now discharged from the Army.
NATIONAL ADVERTISING SOCIETY. The Second Annual Festival Banquet, at which Lord Leverhulme has kindly con- sented to take the chair, is to be held at the Connaught Rooms, London, on Monday, March" 31st next. The object of this Festival is to provide a Special Fund for the Relief of Advertising Men incapacitated as a result of their service during the war, and for the widows and orphans of those who have made the supreme sacrifice. The Committee make an earnest appeal to all who are in any way associated with advertising to assist them in this good work, and subscriptions, however small, will be gratefully received by (3. A. Goilley, Hon Treasurer, 61, Fleet Street, London, E.C. 4.
Forthcoming Events. [All forthcoming events which are adver- tised in the Chronicle, or for which printing is done at our Works in Quay Street, Amman- ford, will be included in the following list.] Feb. 18-20.-English Congregational Church, Brynamman: Three performances of the Operetta, Playmates," by the Band of Hope Choir. Feb. 20.-Carmel Chapel, Gwaun-cae- gurwen: Grand Organ Recital. Feb. 23.-Palace Theatre, Ammanford: Special Address by Mr. Jas. Hodson. Feb. 25 & 26.-Alpha Cinema, Brynamman: Grand Victory Concerts by the Brynamman Ladies' Choir. Feb. 25th.-Church Room, Ammanford: Grand Whist Drive and Dance. Feb. 26.—Public Hall, Gwaun-cae-gurwen: Grand performance of the Welsh drama, Bob Morgan." Feb. 26.-Palace Theatre, Ammanford: Grand Concert by Ammanford and District Choral Society. Feb. 27.—Ebenezer, Lower Brynamman: Grand Dramatic Recital by Llaeth- ferch. jM ar. f .-GwynJryn Chapel, Ammanford: Grand Competitive Concert. Mar. I.-Ccngregational Vestry, Penygroes: Grand Eisteddfod. Mar. I.-Gibea Chapel, Brynamman: Grand Competitive Concert. Mar. 2.-Palace Theatre, Ammanford: Anti- Conscription Meeting. Mar. 5.-Palace Theatre, Ammanford: Per- formance of the Welsh drama, Asgre Lan." Mar. 15.-Church Hall, Gorslas: Grand Victory Bazaar, Fancy Fair, Drawing, and Sale of Work. Mar. 15.-Caersalem, Drefach: Grand Com- petitive Concert. Mar. 19.-Palace Theatre, Ammanford: Per- formance of the operetta, Bold Robin and the Babes," by English Congregational Band of Hope Choir. Mar. 27.-Moriah, Brynamman: Lecture by Rpv. J. Lee Davies. MaT. 27-29.-Hermon, Brynamman: Three performances of the sacred cantata, The Children's Saviour." Mar. 29.-Penygroes: Grand Eisteddfod. April 22.-Carmel Chapel, Gwaun-cae- gurwen: Grand Eisteddfod. Feb. 27.-Council School, Bettws: Grand Dramatic Evening.
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