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? E ?? B LATEST I SENSATIONAL [ NEWS I The whole district has been elee- j trifled by the sensational oppor- | 'tunities for teeuring unheard-of B bargains at • H. SAMUEL'S GREAT j "SALE Is And now further price reduction's ■ are converting every article into a H money-saving opportunity which M you simply cannot resist. Probably g never again can you secure such astounding bargains—so make the most of the ?????? jy thousands ? ?. ￼ ￼ of strl',7in tc::? o f f e r s i n # °n the win- M l ;tcs.B0 S IJ&.I reet p n/^trCpf n K 8 dows to- t *tc;, aar't>, i" Llt)'t:¡,' t q"et JrO&.l Isz:TVJ?°2c%* £/ ht))e I I:J 't:'t))e &.1. TSME! ?/?? e"ee': A few ?P'ce??????? ?? bargain offers: ¡- j DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE RINCS. j Exqui'=.iteh*?n'shedinHaH- j marked solid Gold, set with S ￼ 5 Diamonds and Sapphires or ???'0 5 Rubies. • g J i ELECTRO-SILVER TEAPOT. I HeaYt'T Electro silver plated, B and richly engraved. Full sire. Q f Q gI Magni6cent bargain, often sold 8/0 H at ?516. H MASSIVE BUCKLE KEEPER RING, ft/ § Handsomely carved 9-ct. Hall- 01 ■ g marked Gold. Often 15/6. g<& DAINTY GOLD BROOCH. I A J In new trefoil design, beautifully m li% K finished in g.et. Gold, set with fine <? i j ? jg B lustrous gem, Amazing ofter. g B H HANDSOME COLD LOCKET. B Richly chased Gold heart-shaped 4ft tgb |H I Locket, with fine pearl centre. 0/6 W I Sensational value. H 1 NECKLET AND PENDANT. ■ Daintv Gold Necklet, w<th ex- s| ■ quisit'i y designed pendant, set ,? ￼ ? S ■ with Pearls, Amethyst:, See.ft i ?<-7?/? ??? ??% ?S .? t??:r??? r\ ? ?°? ￼ .,?. ?.? S?'? ￼ V ??..?? ? '"? Is ??'???"COLO ? t? c,o\^r ^tf*ll^CLUSTER K,KC- 1 r??r ??"? CLUSTER KtKC. B I and histrous centre stone, in 18/6 Bj haU marked Gold. I W I 5 CASE OF FISH EATERS. Set of 6 Electro Silver-plated 7/6 B 9 Fish Knives and Forks in hand- i # R 9 some case, complete. B i SAFETY RAZOR SET. 1 B Nicket-pLTed Safety Razor and M #(« B B six blade?, in compact leather 4/3 B case. Extraordinary Sale offer. H 1 COLD BRACELET WATCH. M Perfect timekeeper, in beautifully |B ■ finished Gold self-closing AP I B BYàCeh:t of latest 35/- ■H ? ? design. ?' ￼ 3-7\ C?C!VEM i V n ￼ s\ A FOR COLD I *f,DID114r' ?4 JEWELLERY. 1 1 go^a- 1 If you bave any B \? ??.??\ Go? Jewellery 1 ?w? ????tc- I yOU are nct 1 usin g H. I R? Samuel will I r ? o9? ? be pleased to I give yon the I j it fiill value I in Cash. ￼ ?? ,?!<?' ? Cash. ? ?AU. TO-BAY! Full Month's Trial. Bail Fares Paid. §| =H.SAMUEL= Watchmaker to the Admiralty, 265, OXFORD ST. I I (??.S) SW&MSEA. ￼ ￼ SWAN SEA and at Cardiff, Merthyr, Newport, E etc. | If you cannot call, write for Free Catalogse I to II. SaMUFt. i 10, Mar ket St.. Yanchester.
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CORRESPONDENCE. iLfctters to the Editor should he brief, to the point, and about something. Cor. respondents should send their names and addresses, not necessarily for publication.] ABOUT CONCRETE SHIPS. 'j'o the Editor. Pir.—The letter from .Mr. T. J. Gucritte in rour edition of 26th SepTembcr apIJe-ars to aH for ome reply fpom me. I have no dOI-bt that, this gentleman knows all about ecncrete ships, but regret to beC that he laclit., a sense of humour. His i-efei-euce to My letter shows tha be '••onnot have read it sufficient caLr" Tiie Runhoat to which referred waq a con- rrete ship of the orthrdox type, an l the "thickness of the material figured in inches and lvot feet." just like your correspond- ent's boats; and therein lies the cause of the tracedy, for the boat cot. into the hands of tho;<c who did not understand con- crete shirrs, and they continued to patch the bottom (from the inside) until the not- ton. together with the weight of the ell- crines, hrcame 'too for the sides of the ship, with the natural result that the bot- tom fell off. and the enjrines followed. T regret that T have to claim more of voijr valuable pparo, and feel something like Georarf Rohey when he has to explain a joke.Yours, etc- J.H.R.
L- < 1 well-dressed people who know the importance of protecting their clothes from wet, and where to get the best value in Umbrellas Both Black and Coloured. Being the largest retailers, Kendalls offer the widest selection in handles and covers and the best moneysworth. Styles for all tastes, prices for all pockets— From I/II to £ 5/5/0. Prompt, good, economical repairs ,3A, CASTLE BUILDINGS, SWANSEA. 12116
THE SCROLL OF FAME.
THE SCROLL OF FAME. Swansea Sea Scout Killed by a Shell. Mr. and Mrs. Hf'ad, of Ma1v-ern-téffà('JjO" BrynmiJI. have received news, in the form of a couple of loiters from oomrades, that their Fon, Corpl. Reggie, Head, of the Welf-h Regiment, has been killed. It ap- pears that the young soldier was hit by a shell while he was leaving the trenches. Corpl. Head was well known and deservedly popular in Swansea, lie was an old Grammar School boy, and for some years took a keen and active interest in the ioout; movement, first as a B.P. Scout and subsequent h- 36 a Sea Scout. Barely 19 years of age at the time of his death. he joined tho Colours shortly after the outbreak of hostilities, but had been in France for only a month. GUARDSMAN MISSING. Mrs. Thomas, of IS, New-street. Swan- sea, ]iiq been officially informed that her l'ushand, l'te. Ernie Thomas, of the IVelsh Guards, has been posted as mis- sing. Pte. Thomas, who is 2? years of age, was formerly employed at the Graig- ola Fuel Works, Kin,q's-fk¡ek, and was extremely popular with his fellow-work- cen. He joined up about J8 months ago. JUrs. Thomas has three little children. PORT TALBOT MAN'S WOUNDS. Pte. Lanca James, Welsh Regiment, has written 1,0 his mother, Mrs. James, Tudor-street, Port Talbot, saying he has been wounded. He was formerly em- ployed at a local tin works, and was a member of Calfurid. Baptist Church. MORRISTON CHAUFFEUR WOUNDED.. -Sews has been received by Mr. and Mrs. Win. Harry, 42, Clyndu-street, Mor- riston, that their son, Pte. Geo. Harry, of the Welch Regiment, 'has been wounded, and is now in a base hospital in France. Previous to enlisting he was employed as a chauffeur with Mr. R. T. Leyshon,|; Bath Villa. IN SHREWSBURY HOSPITAL. Pte. 3). Thomas, Grenadier Guards, 2, Havard-road. Llanelly, who was wounded on the 15th inst., is now in a Shrewsbury hospital. WOUNDED AND MISSING. Sergt. D. J. Lewis, R.W.F., is officially" reported as wounded and missing since July 20, 1916. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis, 39, Prospect-place, Llanelly, would be glad to receive any information respecting him. LOCAL GROCER'S ASSISTANT. Aews was received on Thursday of the death in action of Rifleman Ed. Clarke Pragnell, K.H.R.C., son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Pragnell, 68, Waun-road, Morris- ton. Rifleman Pragnell was 20 years oi age, and had Ijee i fighting in Franca since August, 1915. Prior to enlisting ho was employed at Messrs. Davies and Co.. Boro' Stores, Swansea. GORSEINON SOLDIER KILLED. Mr. and Mrs. David Roberts, of 23 Trinity-Street, Gorseinon, have received a further telegram which states that their son, Pte. D. J. Roberts, of the Welsh Regiment, died of wounds at a ,military hospital in France on September 25th inst. A comrade also writes to the effect that his wounds were received through shell fire. He was 21 years Qid. and had only seen about seven mouthy service, six weeks of which were spent'in France. He was formerly emloyed as a doubler in the Old Works. KING ALFONSO MAKING INQUIRIES1 Mrs. Annie Thomas, of the Co 11 Kirs Arms, Garnant, has written to the King of Spain with regard to her husband, Pte W. A. Thomas, who has now been missing since July 7 last. King Alfonso has re- plied to the effect that he will cause in- quiries to he made through Die Spanish and American F-mbassies in Berlin. CASUALTIES. Killed. Royal Welsh Fusiliers.—Proseer, 37004, Lce.-cpl. D., Britonferry. Wounded. King's Liverpool Regiment.—O'Neill, 25827, H., Whitchurch. Gloucestershire Regimen t.-S weeting 2571. Lce.-Cpl. A. B., Pontardawe. Oxford and Bucks Light infantry.— Richards, 45.)9, W. M., Llandovery. Shropshire Light Infantry.—Daviee, 20072, E., Carmarthen. Wounded-Shock (Shell). Welsh Regiment.—Austin, 44879, C.. Swansea; Bassett, 50113, E., Ammanford; Clancy, 17499, Lce.-Cpl. J.. Swansea; Hall, 50015, J. E. M-, Swansea; Harris. 34676, J. D., Aberavon; Jones, 39405, M. D., Whitland; Lodwig, 9320, Lee.-Cpl. C., Port Tennant; Martin, 45052, J. S. Britonferry; Perks, 19710, A., A be rayon; Reynolds, 20088, R., Llanelly; Williams, 37575. H., Ynysineudw; Williams, 2367, W., Neatl.
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CAT SUFFOCATES BABY. I That Death was due to Suffocation by a Cat" was the verdict at an inquest on an infant of four months at Cropland Moor, Huddersfield, on Thursday. The wife of Private Percy Bray, Lanca- shire Fusiliers, placed the baby, named after his father, in a cradle by the side of her bed. On Wednesday morning she chased away a strange black cat which had been lying near the baby's face, and,, then found that the baby had been I smothered to death.
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ENGLAND'S VILE PLANS." An inspired exhortation published by the Cologne Gazette urging people to sub- scrhe to the new German war loan says:— Either victory or destruction with the loss of all our possessions There is no other choice. The fate of the Empire ia, the fate of every single German. It de- pends on you. Dr. Kaempf, President of the Reich- stag, has also published the following:— Do YOU know the real intentions of England and her allies? The crushing des- truct-ion of tho German Empire is their war aim. Everyone jnust help to frus- trate those vile plans. Therefore every- one must subscribe to the war loan."—• Reuiw telegrams from Amsterdam.
KITCHENER TRAVELLERS. I The number of scholarships in connec- tion with the Lord Kitchener National Memorial Fund, faid Sir Hedley Le Bas, joint hon. secretary of the fund, on Thurs- day. will depend upon the response to the appeal for funds. The idea, he said, is that the holders of the scholarships should get a drilling in the language of an Allied country, econo- mics, and business principles, and be ready by the end of the war to begin train- ing abroad. The student will be asso- ciated with some business house or mano- faetnrin( establishment; wiLl live in a. family in which only the language of the. country is spoken; and at the end of a year will come back to a position waiting for him. £ 3,000 will endow each of the scholar- ships, and contributions should be sent to the Mansion House, London.
Dr. R. M. Valdes. previously Minister of Panama in London, enters upon his duties as President of the Republic OJ). October 1. Underwriters at Lloyd's have accepted premiums of fif) guineas per cent, to a total IoM if Mr. Hughes is ?lechRd to- the Unihed Stages Presidency, a.nd 65 j guineas per cent. if Mr. Tv ilson is M— I eledro. ,■ ;■ :.aru. -r-
1- I I I r I V i [WELSH PRODUCE. R. E. Joins, Ltd., the Largest Provin- cial Caterers, beg to announce that on Friday, September 29th, they will open at the Carlton, Oxford-street, a High- clues Welsh Produce Store. Pork dishes of all descriptions, Pressed Beef, Home- cured Hame, Ducks, Chickens, etc., etc. Special Line for Opening Week- I Chickens, Cooked or Uncooked, 3s. each. All other Goods at equally Low Prices. II Under the Personal Management of Mr. Tom Williams, the wéll-known Swansea Butcher. Chef. Mr. Charles How, from the Carlton, Cardiff. •i f
SWANSEA. The traffic on the Morriston section was delayed for a considerable time on Thurs- day mid-day owing to the snapping of a tram wire near the Hafod bridge. Thirty-nine wounded soldiers arrived in Swansea on Thursday afternoon, and were oonveywl in motor cars to Danycoed R-ed Cross Hospital. The fine weather of Thursday took a large number of people to Langland Bay, and, despite the lateness of the season, bathing was freely ind ulgoo. in. At the' dog show held at Cardiff on Thursday, under the auspices of the Canine Society, and in aid of the Prisoners of War Fund, Mr. W. Jeremy, Swansea. was a prize winner with his bull dog Regal Rascal."
LLANDOVERY. The Rev. D. J. HeDry, B.A., pastor of the Williams, Pantycelyn, C.M. Chapel, has received an unanimous call to JJrccun, which he has decided to accept.
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DULAIS VALLEY. I he group of collieries comprising the Seven Sisters, Brynteg. and Dillwyn Col- lieries has chosen Mr. George Jones, chackweigher, as their income-tax coi- lector.
MUMBLES. I- i A concert was held at Danycoed Red I Cross Hospital, Mr. A. L. Furneaus pre- eidi.ng. The following took part: Misses Ailie Chegwidden, b. Bennett, Jones, gayes, and Metsrs. Thomas and Pring. I
CLYNDERWEN. I An old and respected inhabitant of Clyn- derwen has passed away in the person of Mrs. Ann Rees, of Holly bush House- She was 73 Yf>«rs of age. and had resided in the village -for the past 50 years. She was one of the oldest members of Blaenconin Chapel. The interment took place at Bhydwilym Cemetery.
LANDORE. I One of the oldest and most respected in- habitants of Landore was buried at Caer- ealem Graveyard on Thursday, in the per- son of Mrs. Mary Morgans, Pwllcwm. Her husband predeceased her 41 years ago. The mourners included Mr. Thos. John, Cwmlau, Mr. David John, Mr. Jno. Walters. Mr. Griff. Walters, Mr. Daniel John (nephews).
I CWMAMMAN. At Cwniamman Council on Wednesday night, Mr. W. Roberts presiding, the re- port of the medical officer (Dr. Grice) showed that during the month only one fresh case of scarlet fever had occurred. The estimates for the coming half-year were laid before the Council and approved of. It is proposed to levy a general dis- trict rate of 2s. in the £ and a watar rate of Id. in the t, whicii. were also the rates in the half-year.
CLYDACH. At a public meeting "under the auspices ¡ of the Clyd-acii Sailors' and Soldiers' Re- ception Committee at the Public Hall on 1 Wednesday, Lieut. D. A. Lewis (High- st.ret-ti, Privates frank I,overing (Vardre- road), both invalided home, and A. J. Gore (Twynybedw-road) were accorded an enthusiastic welcome, and were made the recipients of gifts of money. Mr. Sam Hill presided, and the presentations were made by Mr. J. Sykes, on behalf of the Reception Committee and people of Clydach. Thp recipients suitably re- sponded. An iiiteresting musical pro- gramme was gone through.
ABERAVON. I A. meeting was held at St. Mary's, Aber- avon, on Thursday, for the purpose of unveiling the Tennant memorial window and tablet dedicated to the memory of Marmaduke Tennant, for 24 years church- warden of the Aberavon Parish Church, who died on January 2t, 1914, aged 77 years. The window and tablet were erected by his Masonic brethren of the Province as a token of appreciation of the service rendered by him during the 38 years he acted as Provincial Grand Master, etc. The Mayor (Councillor P. J. Jacobs) headed a procession, repre- senting members of the Corporation and Council officials and the eastern division of the Masonic Order. The Vicar of Aberavon (Rev. Edward Da vies) preached the sermon. A meeting of the Provincial Grand I-odge o| the Ea.stern Division of South Wales wi,, -li-ld at the Mnsouie Temple after the service at the church, when the Deputy Prov. Grand Master (Wor. Bro. H. P. Charles), in the unavoidable ab- sence of the Prov. Grand Master (Lieut.- Col. enables Llewelyn, who is with the colours) invested the officers for the en- suing twelve months.
LLANSAMLET. I A emo&ing concert ?as held at the Star Inn on Wednesday, wh?n a presentation waa given to PtG. Evan WiUianis. home on sick leave, after being wounded. TIM pr?entation..in the form of Treasury notes. was made by Mr. Sam S looom be, on behalf of friends and fellow workmen. Pte. Williams returned thanks, On Wednesday evening a parish meet- ing was held at the Council School, Peniel Green, to consider a suggestion to form a branch of the National War Sav- ings Committee. Councillor James Morris. Bircligrove, presided. After an address by Alderman John Jordan, and others, it was decided that the Parish Council should act as a committee, and that re- presentatives from the trade unions and denominations in the parish should bo elected to attend the committee.
AMMANFORD. ) Mrs. Towyn Jones, wif-P of the Rev. J. Towyn Jones, M.P.. is now, after her re- cent severe indisposition, making good progress towards recovery. She is still undergoing treatment at a hrfxspital in St. Leonard's-on-Sea. Mr. Thomas Jones, a native of Carmar- thenshire, and brother to the Pev. JereijLv Jones, Cwmllynfcll, has received an im port ant appointment under the Queens- land State authorities. He has been pro- moted principal of the BoY6' Reformatory, Westbrook, and adviser in agriculture and stock matters for the whole depart- ment. which comprises sanatoria, asylums gaols, and old age people's homes. The Jnstitution lias an annual outlay of £ 900.000, which affords an indication of the importance of the post. The Ammanford Eisteddfod in aid of a fund for incapacitated soldiers and sailors, takes place to-morrow at the Palace Theatre, and promises to be a huge success. No less than 26 choirs of mixed and juvenile voices have signified thci intention of competing, and the total en- tries number close on 200. A remarkable scholastic success has been scored by Mr. Elwyn A .V. Reeves, of Bettws, Ammanford, and pupil at the Llandilo County &hool. In the honours certificate examination he topped the county list, and was 159 marks ahead of all the other students. The County Ex- amination Committee were so impressed by the high percentage of marks secured that they awarded him an exhibition atholarship of t25. This brilliant student who is not yet 18 years of age, sat for the University College examination entrance examination at Aberystwyth last week, and again did so well that he has been awarded the Commercial Travellers' Scholarship of £ 20. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reeves, Bettws. Another Ammanford boy, W. Clifford Lewis, con of Councillor Evan Lewis, ':lM also been awarded a £15 !Scholarship ten- able at the Aberystwyth University Col- lege. He came a good third in the county liei.
:?'> >. :t/rt (:<f :(; ':f\ :At: THE RIGHT HON. W. M. HUGHES (Prime Minister of Austrlia), the man who has thrilled the Empire by his virile speeches on the World War and, it problems, will contribute exclusively to the ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY HERALD A SERIES OF ARTICLES ON "HOW BRITAIN STANDS' SEE TO MORROW'S ISSUE OF THIS PAPER FOR A COMPLETE IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. In the meantime, as the demand is sure to be enormous, order the next issue of the ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY HERALD from your newsagent now. n:1!:>:rT;:t<<>:t3'f: rY:\i:): "< ':ll: J >: j; ;< < MUMBLES PIER AND PAVILION. THIS WEEK at 7.45 p.m. (MATINEE SATURDAY at 3.30- THE SPARKLERS CONCERT PARTY. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1st, at 3.45 and 6.45 p:m., CALFARIA PRIZE BAND (Conductor—Mr. J. JONES). ADM I SSI ON-Threepence. \Children-One Penny. (Including Tax.)
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YNISMEUDW. I Last Saturday's Flag Day at msm-eudw I for the benefit of the Ynismeudw Sailors' I and Soldiers' Fund realised £21,.
PONTARDAWE. I As « result of the recent Gellionen Sheep Dog Trials £39 I Is. lid. has been for- warded to the Prisoners of War Fund,, together with S20. 5s. Id., which was the subscription given by Mr. Evan Lewis, M.E., colliery proprietor, of Glais, this bringing the total up to 1:60 7s.
LLANELLY. I Mr. Charles Doughty, chief industrial commissioner, sat as arbitrator at Llan- elly, on Thursday, in a dispute respecting the wages of the firemen at the Llanelly Steel Works, who claimed 8s. a shift. A basis of settlement was arrived at. It has been decided by the Llanelly Borough Finance Committee to recom- mend the Corporation to levy a general district rate of 2s. Id. in the £ for the ensuing half-year and a borough rate of iid., making 2s. 5id. in the 2, as com- pared with 2s. 8d. for the last half-year and 2s. 6d. for the corresponding period of last year. Elizabeth Violet Joseph and Emily Richards, pupils at the Llanelly Bigyn School, have not absented themselves from school on a single occasion for the last five years, while the former has not been late during that period. It has been decided to present them with medals.
SKEWEN. At the Council Schools, Skewen, on Thursday evening, a miscellaneous con- cert was given in nvl of the Rod Cross Hospital, Neath, which li,t- kindly arranged by the Skewen Glee- Cor,cert Party (conductor, Mr. Ben Davies). The well-known elocutionist, Miss Francis (Llaethferch), l'sftalyfera, also supported. The chair was taken by Mr. J. E. Moore Gwyn, J.P., D.L. The artistes were:— Tenors. Mr. Ben Davies and Mr. William Richards; baritones, Mr. Dd. Roberts, Mr. Jas. Davies, Mr. Lewis Davies and Mr, Eddie Curtis; bass, Mr. Jeff Jones; humorous, Mr. Sid Noot; clarionet, Master Erneet Wiltshire; violinist, Mr. Frank Watkins: accompanist, Mr. John Davies. The party also rendered several selections. During the interval two re- turned soldiers—Pte. Dd. Morgan, Iv.A.M.C. (invalided home) and Pte. Joseph Foster, R.W.F. (wounded)—were presented with gifthy the chairman on .behalf of the Local Reception Committee.
NEYLAND. 'N f i ,g: Miss Lilian M. Saunders, of. Neylaiul1* x has been successful in passing that L.R.A.M. examinations in singing. Pre- vious to this she had earned the medal of the academy in this department ofi st udy.
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GORSEINON. TT_ i it 1 • xLarve&E maiiK?g:iving services were nem at St. Catherine's Church, Gorseinon, oni Thursday evening. The church was taste* fully decorated. The service was con- ducted by the Rev. R. W. Jones (vicar), assisted by his curate, the Rev. D. Jones. An anthem entitled "Praise the Lord was rendered by the choir under thm leadership of Mr. D. J. Williams. Tha Venerable Archdeacon of Carmarthen* preached. The evening service at St. Catherine'ff Church, Gorseinon, on Sunday last, was marked by the ringing of a "muffled peal" in memory of the local Bell ringers' Assoj ciation. The peal, one of Grand sirw Doubles, was rung by Messrs. George Ella. cott, Wallace Dobbinq, John Williams, Ernest Hapgood, William Dobbins and Samuel Gwinter, George Ellaoott, acting] as conductor.
PONT ARDULAIS. The funerals took place on Wednesday afternoon at St. Teilo's Churchyard, of Mrs. M. J. Williams, Lynwood, and Ketl baby daughter, Mildred M. Williams.. Hundreds of friends of the family attended) to pay their tribute of respect. These in- cluded all the promient public men and townsmen of Pont a rdulais and district. The Vicar of Pontardulais (the Rev. W. Morgan, B.A.), conducted the funeral obsequies, and he was assisted by the Reva. J. W. Jones, B.A., Vicar of Iydrim (foivi merly of Pontardulais); J. E. Jones, BA., St. David's; J. A. Richards, B.A. (cura) D. Lloyd Morgan. D.D.. and W. R. Llovd. The amalgamated choirs of St. Michael and All Angels and St. Teilo took part. in the service (under the conductorship of Mr. Dave R. Walters), whilst Madame R" Leyshon Davies presided at the organ. The chief mourners were Mr. D. T. Willia-me (husband), Rev. Dan Williams (rector 'Yo ). Cornholmp\ Messrs. W. Grimths, D. Gough, S. Jones (Loughor), M. Pitman,W, Harris (brothers-in-law); Henry Jones, .C, Rees, W. Rees (unele-s), Charlie Rees (Gowerton), Dan Williamc. Tynyhonau (cousins), etc., etc. Many wreaths were sent.
HAVERFORDWEST. I Sir Charles 1 limpps presided at the principal meeting of the licensing justices for the borough of Haverfordwest at the Shire Hail, when it was decided to refer the licenses of the Spirit Vaults, Bridge End-square, and the Spirit Vaults, High- street, for compensation.
BRITONFERRY. The Earl and Countess of Jersey have been on a visit to BrifonfeiTy this week.
Tn a railway accident at Gretna during Wednesday night nine persons were slightly injured. An erroneous report was circulated that there had been loas oi lite.