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GLASBURY-ON-WYZ. I

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LLANWRTYD WELLS. I

LLANGAMMARCH WELLS. I

SENNYBRIDGE. I

YAYNOR. I

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CLYDACH. I

I LLANYRE. I

BUILTH WELLS. I

CRICKHOWELL. I

LLANDOVERY. I

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LLANDOVERY. I PERSONAL.—Mr Lewis Roderick (Neuaddfawr) i acted as adjudicator of recitations at Llandebie eisteddfod. HARVEST.-P-,ain here during last week consider- ably interfered with the progress of the hay har- vest. RED CROSS.-rt- and Mrs Pryse-Rice (Llwyn-y-, Brain) are, constant visitors to the Red Cross Hos- pital. ANGLIN-G.-Prospects of anglers have improved through the rains. Some fine fish were caught last week. PRESENTATION.—At the National Schools Mrs Nicholls (New road, youngest daughter of Mrs Price, of the Black Ox Hotel) was presented by the teachers and scholars of Llandingat Sunday school with a handsomely bound Bible in com- memoration of her recent marriage. Speeches were made by the Revs. D. Edmondes-Owen (vicar) and W. D. Evans (curate). Mrs Nicholls acknowledged the gift. KILLED IN ACTIOX .-Pte. E. J. L. Price (Nel- son's Battalion, Naval Division) has died in hos- pital at Alexandria from wounds received in action in the Dardanelles. The deceased, who was the third son of the late Mr J. R. Price, of Plasydder- wen, Llandovery, and brother to Miss M. E. Price, the headmistress of the Llandovery County School, volunteered for service in February last. He was 38 yearS of age, andiwas an old student of Llandovery College. I SUNDAY SCHOOL. Miss Nicholas (Orchard street) has just completed 29 years' continuous membership of Memorial Sunday school, and, as an appreciation of this long record, she has been presented with the diploma of the Sunday School Union of Great Britain and Ireland, which is on- ly given to Sunday school officers who have com- pleted 25 years' continuous service. In recogni- tion of the achievement, the members of the Sun- day school also made Miss Nicholas the recipient of a silver badge on silk ribbon. (TWYNFE ANNUAL TREAT.—The annual treat to Gwynfe school-children and friends took place at the council school recently and proved highly suc- cessful. The tea was this year provided by Mrs Jones (Baily Gwynfe) and was very well attended. The following young ladies presided at the tables, viz., Miss Lewis (Llwynbrain), Miss Harries (Gellibevan), Miss Evans (Blaencenen), Miss Morgan (Ddyfadfa-isaf), Miss Griffiths (Bryncae- rau), Miss James (Pontbren) and Miss Morgan (Bryncoch). A very interesting entertainment followed, over which the Rev. G. G. Williams pre- sided, musical and other items being contributed by the school-children .and other vocalists. Miss Griffiths (Bryncaerau) and Miss Francis (Cwmlly- nant) were the accompanists. In the course of the evening Mrs Rees (Brynawel), on behalf of pupils —past and present, handed to Mrs Jones (the school sewing-mistress), a silver tea-service as a token of esteem, and several appreciative address- es were given. The certificates for regular attend- ance were handed to the school-children by Mr R. E. Williams (Baily Gwynfe). A very cordial vote of thanks was passed to Mrs Jones for the generous and excellent provision she had made, on the motion of Mr Gwilym Jones (Cwmcoy), se- conded by Mr D. T. Evans (School House). Mr R. E. Williams suitably responded. All were glad to see Mrs Jones (who was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs Williams) present on the occasion, and the hope was expressed that sjie might yet en- joy many years of life to benefit the neighbourhood.

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RHAYADER.I

LLANDRINDOD WELLS. I

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KNIGHTON. I

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WILLEY. I

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LLANFIHANGEL NANTMELAN. i

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ABERY SKIR.

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