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LLANDOTTERY. RAINFALL.—No less than 6.33 inches of rain fell here last month. ON FURLOUGH.—A fund has been inaugurated for lacal soldiers who have been on active service at tne front. 'PERsoAL.-Alderrnan C. P. Lewis is now pro- gressing favourably towards recovery after his serious illness. • i l lness. PERSONAL.—Lieut. Elydr Lewis has just re- turned to his home after an arduous campaign in the Dardanelles. CONCERT PROCEEDS.—The recent concert, in .aid of the Serbian Fund, resulted in £ 25 4s Id being secured for the project. RATES.—According to the rate collector's state- ment to the council, nearly X200 of the general district rate remains uncollected. We regret- to announce the death of Mr E. P. Lloyd, D.L., J.P-, of Glansevin Villa, Llan- gadock, Carmarthenshire. Deceased, who had attained the age. of 68, was a member of the Llandovery Board of Guardians and Rural Dis- trict Council. APPEALS.—Carmarthen Appeal Tribunal sat at Llandilo, on Friday, Mr William Griffiths, Llan- elly, presiding. In 23 cases, Captain Jones, Cremlyn, appealed against the decisions of the Llandovery Rural Tribunal in granting exemp- tions to farmers and others. A majority of his appeals were allowed, and only in one case was the decision of the local tribunal confirmed. In other cases a- few months exemption was given. Mr T. Howell Davies. solicitor, Carmarthen, appeared for a Gwynfe farmer, who bad been granted total exemption for his servant man by the Llandovery rural tribunal. Captain Margrave (to the em- ployer) Is it not a fact that this man came to your farm 'from his father's farm in order to avoid the Military Service Act?—No, not to my know- ledge. Captain Margrave (to the tribunal) I have received information in this case in regard to which I intend to take further steps. The military appeal against exemption was allowed.

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