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I PONTARDAWE PARS. The annual meeting the Churchpeople of the Parish of Llan^uicke wa? held at thtft Schoolroom. The Rev. Joel J. Davies (vicar) presided over a largo gathering, when the councils for the ensuing year were elected The committer of the Public Hall and Institute have decided to hold their annual eisteddfod this y&ar on June 23rd, when a substantial sum is anticipated. This is badly needed, as there is still a heavy debt on Pcntardawe's tine hall and institute. i The Parish of Llauguicke has the honour of being at the head of the list oi sub- scribers to the St. David's Diocesan Board: of Finance for the past year. Stoker T. J. Davies has been home on leave from H.M.S. and before re- turning was the recipient of a snim of money from the members of Alltwen Chapel.-—Gunner George Jones, of one of H.M. transports, has a lso been home for a few day, when he was the recipient of a sum of money from the members of Taber- nacle Chapel. Serfrt. Gwilym Williams, of the R.W.F., has arrived homa from France on a month's furlough, he hnving been recom- mended for a commission. Sergt. Williams, whose home is at Alltwen. was prior to en- listing employed at Messrs. Gilbertson's offices as a clerk. Private HarrN- Jacobs, of the Marine Light Infantry, is spending a few days at his home after a most adventurous neriod of two years and five months on sea. He was called up as a reservist, and was on beard a transport which, bad to be to- doiied. He was transferred to H, M.S. | Kent, and was aboard her when she formed part of late Admiral Cradock's squadron, which was trapped off the Falkland IFla-iids. He was one of those that had the pleasure of taking part in the destruction of Von Spec's commerce raider.

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