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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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RHAYADER.I

LLANDRINDOD WELLS. I

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LLANDRINDOD WELLS. I BAPTIST CHURCH.—A baptismal service took place at the Baptist Church last Sunday morning, when 10 were baptised and added to the Church 4he same evening. MINISTERIAL.—Rev. Stephen George, B.A., oc- cupied the pulpit at the Watton Presbyterian Church, Brecon, on Sunday last. Rev. Jas. Jones, B.Sc., conducted the Sunday school an- niversary services at Watergate Baptist Church, Brecon, the same day. GARDEN PARTY.—The members and officials of the Urban District Council, with their wives, were entertained to a garden party at Fronheulog, on Saturday afternoon, by Mr and Mrs Tom Norton. Quinney's String Quartette was in attendance, and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. KiNo.-For Wednesday and Thursday, the top turn is a film entitled "The Mystery of the Cry- stal Salts," and, for Friday and Saturday, "The Munroe Manor Mystery." These special features are only a portion of splendid shows, and to many patrons the pictures not specially announced are fully equal to the "star films." PERSONAL.—We understand that Mr R. A. Campbell the well-known Auctioneer, owing to the great increase in his business, has taken Mr R. P. Hamer, son of Mr James Hanier, J.P., C.C., of Penybont, into partnership. We trust that the in- habitants of Llandrindod Wells and neighbourhood will extend the same support to the new firm as they have done to Mr Campbell in the past. 734 R.A.M.C.—A draft of nearly KXVwas due to leave for active service early this week. This takes practically all the available men left here, as 10se who remain are mostly for home service on special work such as dentistry. We understand that some of the officers are also shortly leaving; but that it is practically certain that the town wili again be used as a training centre next winter. In an interesting letter received from abroad a member of "I" Company tells of how the men have been complimented on their splendid work in conveying the wounded from the hospital ships to the land hospitals by both officers and men, adding that the men regard this as not only a comnliment to themselves but also to the officers who were re- sponsible for their training at the Spa. SCHOOL MANAGERS.—Mr D. C. Davies presided at a meeting of the managers of the Council school, held at the County Buildings on Thursday, and he was unanimously re-elected chairman for the en- suing year. Applications were received from three assistant lady teachers to the effect that the ad- vances promised them for April, 1916, should be given them now, and it was unanimously decided to support these applications. It was decided to allow the children a specially long holiday this summer, on account of the shortage of labour in the town, and the date was fixed as Jbly 30th to September 7th. It was decided to ask the Chair- man and Mrs A. L. Careless to make a half-yearly inspection of the school in the matter of religious instruction, and these managers kindly consented to undertake the work. I

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WILLEY. I

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LLANFIHANGEL NANTMELAN. i

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BUILTH ROAD. -I

I NEWBRIDGE-ON-WYE.

I NEW RADNOR. I

PRESTEIGN. 1

ABERY SKIR.

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