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LLANDOVERY. The Rural Council, on Friday, appointed Mr William James (auctioneer, Swansea) to value certain water- works within their area. The Town Council recommended Alderman D. Saund- ers Thomas to fill the vacant seat on the Board of Guardians. The County Council have elected Councillor W. J. Esmond one of their representatives on the governing body of the Llandovery Intermediate School. The co-optation of Mr Septimus H. Price (Trafalgar I House), on the Town Council. has been accepted with approval by the burgesses. Members of the Salem Tabernacle and Ebenezer Sun- day schools were recently entertained to tea in their respective vestries, in recognition of their faithful at- tendances during the past year. In the sale of local freeholds conducted here recently, lot 13 purchased by Mr D. Luther Lewis (Cefn-coed, Llandovery) at ISOO, was 6 acres, 3 roods, 29 perches (not 1 acre, 3 roods, 29 perches, as stated in last week's issue). Members of the Town Reception Committee assembled at the Town Hall, recently, to present Gunner Morgan Jones (Royal Garrison Artillery) with a silver cigarette case and match box in commemoration of his brave services in France, where he wa.s wounded in action. Alderman T. Watkins, of Gollen House (deputy mayor), presided, and stated that three years had passed by since their country was forced into war by the aggres- sion of Germany. All that had since happened had but served to strengthen the determination with which they entered the struggle. They were at war because their country promised to protect the small nation, and they were determined to keep that promise at all cost and to keep on fighting until they had established that truth was right and that nations had to deal justly with nations less powerfull tan themselves. The pre- sentation was made by Mr J. Rhys Williams (Tondeg Villa), who wished the recipient the best of luck. Gun- ner Jones suitably replied.

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