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HIRWAIN. I

SEVEN SISTERS. I

ABERYSKIR. I

BWLCH. I

YSTALYFERA. I

I 'BEULAH. I

IABERCRAYE.I

BUILTH WELLS. I

I LLYSWEN.!

IRHAYADER. I

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RHAYADER. Mrs Davies. the beloved wife of Mr Samuel Davies, Alma Cottage, and for many years master of the Union, passed away after a short severe illness on Wednesday, at the age of 76. More particulars given next week. A good deal of stir was created in the town on Fri- day. when a long military train of 8 large coaches arrived at the station, when it was discovered that they were full of German prisoners on their way to Talybont. ) The mortal remains of one of the old inhabitant of Cwrndauddwr were brought home to be interred last Wednesday. They were those of the late Mrs Meredith, of Elan Valley and Cwmdauddwr Village. For some years she had been living in the Swansea Valley. She was huried in Cwmdauddwr churchyard, the' Rev. W. Gabe officiating. At Llanwrthwl on Thursday a very successful con- cert was held at the Congregational Chapel, which was crowded. Mr B. P. Lewis, J.P., C.C., presided. An ex- cellent programme of songs, duets and quartettes and part choruses were performed by a band of good music- ians from Builth, viz., Mrs Hughes, Miss Edwards, Mr J. Protheroe, Mr J. Eadie, Mr W. Weatherley, Mr E. i Weatherley. Mr J. S. Davies. A pianoforte solo by Miss Eunice Jones, The Manse. The accompanist was Miss G. Llewela Jones, A.L.C.M., Rhayader, who also played a solo on the piano. )

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LLANWRTYD WELLS.I , LLANWRTYD…

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TALGARTH. ,I

LLANIGON. I

CRICKHOWELL. I

I LLANGAMMARCH WELLS. I

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YSTRADGYNLAIS. I

RHULAN. I

ABEREDW.

LLANDOVERY. !

LLANDRINDOD WELLS.

Llanwrtyd Wells Concert. I

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