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LLANDILO. I Hand-made Lace and Hand-made Woollen Articles of every description at Lethby' s, near Station, Ammanford. It is with sincere regret that we have this week to chronicle the death, which took place on Saturday last, at No. 34, Rhosmaen Street, Liandilo, of Miss Annie Evans, daugh- ter of the late Mr. Richard Evans, saddler and boot dealer, of the same address, after a lingering illness, at the age of 51 years. The deceased was of a quiet disposition and most highly respected. The funeral, a public one, took place to-day at the Tabernacle Chapel, Ffairfach, an account of which will appear in our next issue. The wedding took place at the Registry Office, Rhosmaen Street, on Tuesday morn- ing, by special licence, of Mr. William Edwards, of Rheidol House, High Street, Ammanford, tinsmith, and Mrs. Harriet Davies, of No. 19, Towy Terrace, Ffair- fach. A large number of friends of both parties were in attendance. On emerging from the ofifce, they were greeted with Angel Hotel close by, where the wedding showers of confetti. They proceeded to the breakfast was partaken of. Mr. Tom Davies, B.A., assistant master at the Llandilo Intermediate School, was the recipient of a gold watch and chain by his numerous friends, as a token of respect for the excellent services rendered by him during his stay at Llandilo, and upon his leaving to take up duties at the Intermediate Schopl, Newport, Mon. Mr. Davies had entered into the life of the town during the years he was assistant master of the Intermediate School, and had become popular by everybody, and his departure is much regretted by a large number of friends. Messrs. Wtiliam and Walter James and bons, F.A.L, auctioneers, Llandovery, Llan- gadock, Llandilo, and Swansea, held th?i,; fortnightly sale of Llandilo Urban District Auction Mart on Monday, when there was a large supply and good attendance. Twelve grand pedigree Ryeland ram lambs from the prize-winning flock of Mr. D. J. Thomas, Talachddu, Brecon, the winner of the first prize for the shearing ram at the Royaf Show, Cardiff, 1919, ranging from £ 4 4s. to 16 6s. Sixty fat cattle and 310 fat sheep and lambs were allocated and sold in accordance with the Live Stock Regulations. Fifty calves realised from f.2 to 9-5 apiece; 150 pigs were sold at good prices, ranging from 12 10s. to £ 5 10s.; P,8 12s. 6d. was paid for a breeding sow. Messrs. Evan Davies, J.P., Pistill- gwyn, and David Peters, 39, New Road, Llandilo, were the graders, and the super- grader Mr. Carter, of Newport. j The wedding took place at the Salem Methodist Chapel, New Road, Llandilo, on Wednesday, of Mr. David Michael, of New Mill, Milo, Llanfihangel-Aberbythick, and Miss Elizabeth Anne Fox, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fox, of Vale View, Thomas Street, Llandilo. The bride, who was charmingly attired, was given away by her father, and was attended by her sister, Miss Agnes Mary Fox, as bridesmaid, while tne bridegroom was attended by his brother, Mr. Rees Michael, as best man. The cere- mony was performed by the Rev. Lemuel Jones, the pastor. Miss Agnes Thomas, of Wellfield House, New Road, the organist of the chapel, presided at the organ. After the ceremony, the happy couple were the re- cipients of showers of confetti on emerging from the sacred edifice. They motored to the bride's home, where the wedding break- fast was partaken of in company of a large number of friends. Later in the day, they proceeded by tram to Birmingham, where the honeymoon will be spent.


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