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LLANELLY. I

BUILTH WELLS. I

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LLANWRTYD WELLS.

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LLANWRTYD WELLS. Save Money-Buy Margarine at Price, Gwalia. 338 ROLL OF HONOUR.—Mr and Mrs G. C. Beard (Railway terrace) have presented the church with a neatly-framed "Roll of Honour." RED CROSS SOCIETY AND PRISONERS OF WAR.— The nett proceeds of the tea and concert in aid of this object have been divided as, follows to the Red Cross Society zCl2 7s 7d, and X20 to provide a parcel weekly for Welsh prisoners of war for 6 months. MILITARY.—Mr D. Williams (Pantiotyn) has joined the 'Montgomeryshire Yeomanry which is stationed at Welshpool.—Ptes. Stanley Davies, Machine Gun Section, stationed at Grantham, and G. King, S.W.B., paid a visit home during last week-end. PERSONAL.—The wounds of Captain the Hon. Roland Philipps (Royal Fusiliers, and son of Lord St. David's) are, happily, not dangerous. They were sustained in an engagement on March 2nd. Captain Philipps was wounded three times, and then conveyed to hospital. MART GOMMITrEE.-At a meeting held last Wed- nesday evening .it was decided to hold the Auction Mart as follows :—Wednesday, May 3rd and 17th, June 7th, and fortnightly thereafter. The bal- ance in hand from the jumble sale was disposed of as follows :-British Farmers' Red Cross Society X5, and Llanwrtyd Wells knitting class X4 Is 7d. POMCE COURT.-On Thursday, before Dr. Black Jones (in the chair) and Mr N. Evans, T. Jones, Sarneyrtau Farm, was summoned for not report- ing an outbreak of mange among horses. The chairman stated as this was the first case of the kind brought before them they would deal len- iently with defendant, who was fined 7/ P.s. Edwards proved the case. DEATH AND FUNERAL.—A wide circle of friends will regret to learn of the death of Mr George Morris, Providence Place, which took place on Tuesday week. Deceased who was 71 years of age was well known throughout the town and highly respected. The funeral which was largely attended, took place last Saturday, the place of interment being the Old Parish Churchyard. The Rev. J. E. Lloyd officiated at the house and graveside. The chief mourners were Mrs Morris (widow), Mr and Mrs Williams (Rhymney), and Mr and Mrs Finney. The under- taker was Mr Williams, Nantrhos.

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