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HIRWAIN. I

SEVEN SISTERS. I

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BWLCH. I

YSTALYFERA. I

I 'BEULAH. I

IABERCRAYE.I

BUILTH WELLS. I

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HAY. 1 Lane, Peterchurch, for Warm Winter Olothing, etc. 416 Pte. A. Jones (formerly of the Crown Hotel) is now a prisoner of war in Germany. Captain P. Drummond, R.A.M.C., has just been here on a few days' furlough from France. Sergt. H. Davies. S.W.B. (Dulais TerraCe), who has been ill France some time, is now in hospital. Driver W. Thomas R,F.A. (Pavement) is leaving for France in a few days' time. Pte. J. Evans, S.W.B. (son of Pte. R. Evans, Breck- nocks, and of Mrs Evans, Toplin's Row) is in hospital. Rev. B. W. Ricketts preached at the Parish Church on Ash Wednesday. A successful whist-drive was held at the Parish Hall. on Tuesday evening. Pte. T. Parry (Brecknocks and son of Mrs Parry. Hereford Road) has been home on a brief holiday. Pte. E. Jones (The Nelson), who has been wounded, is J now in a French hospital. Sergt. R. Harding was home on furlough, prior to leaving for France, a few days ago. Pte. D. H. Howie (High Town) is down with malaria fever in a Maltese hospital. Sergt. W. Stephens and Pte. Hyla Jones have been wounded on active service in France. Pte. II Tones; (Little Tvlau), Pte. F. Adams (Heoly- dwr) and Lance-Corpl. W. Lewis (Brecon Road) arc now on service in France. Pte. T Stephen- (High- Town), after serving several months in France? has just had a brief holiday at his old home. The death has occurred of the oldest inhabitant of Clifford, viz., Mr John Jones, Oak Cottage, Priory Wood, at the age of Si. At Hay Rural Parish meeting, a precept for £6 was issued upon the overseers to meet ordinary expeifc s. Discussion centred on the clerk's salary, and an arrange- ment was agreed upon. Mrs Luck Layton (Bear Street), who passed away recently, had four sons in the Army and one of them, Corpl. W Layton, K.S.L.I., won two decorations, the M.M. and D.C.M. The annual entertainment of the Baptist Church was held on Tuesday evening. Mr John Davies, J.P., pre- sided, and Miss K. Kedwards was the accompanist. The programme included numerous vocal and instrumental items. BS efore \Ie=^rs. J. Williams-Vaughan (chairman), E. Bu? J MW, Dd. Morgan Mnd E. George at the ?sessions tn Monday, Rufus Williams, Tregoyd, footman, plleaded ^1^ .^Harold bicycle proved properl3 lighted lamps. P.c. Harold Jones proved the case, and a fine of 10/ inclusive, was imposed. The attention of our readers is called to the adver- tisiement in our advt. columns of the Hav Auction Mart, which Mr T. J. Phillips, auctioneer, is starting on March 8th, and it is hoped that farmers and others will give the movement every support. Supt. S Jones, reporting to the licensing justices of the local division, stated that 8 persons were convicted ?? drunkenness during 1916. Only three were resident in the district, and two licensees were convicted for sup- ulvin" during prohibited hours. The remainder of the houses were "fairly well conducted, and there was an average of 145 persons to each licence. In connection with the Church Missionary Society, special senices have just been held at St. Mary', Church, Cusop. Ser-ons were preached bv the Rev.  also arranged a special children's The rev. gentleman, before leaving the dis- trict lectured to an appreciative audience on "Life in India The interesting lecture was rendered all the more graphic by the exhibition of Unteni views. The proceeds were in aid of the society & funds.

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