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AMMANFORD. I

BR-YN AMMAN. )

CARMARTHEN. I

CWMAMMAN. I

! CLYDACH.

GOWERTOX.

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GOWERTOX. La^t Friday afternoon the scholars of the Girls' F-clool rerlder.2d a capital programme of music and recitations. A parcel cf socks and mitten* which the children had macle has been san-t away 'to the front for the Gowerton soldiers with the colours. At the monthly meeting of the '?owerton Committee for Golfed ing War Funds, held last week, ehe R.e\ G. M. Williams preeid- ing. it. was decided that the collection for this month should be devoted towards pro- viding gifta, etc., to the Gowerton soldiers and their de^perideirs. GuiLd held a iRocia-I last week to terminate the session. Mr. John an gave a hnti account of the work done, and the large parcels of clothing ivJiica had been distributed. lit was also decided that the clashes should be resumed early in the new year. The following officers were elected at the annual meeting cf the Loyal J. R. Wright Lodge of Oddxeilowe:—N.G., T. J. Atkins; V.G., William Meredith; delegate, D. J. Davies; auditors, T. J. Atkins and William Meredith; trustees, George Bond, Reea Lloyd, Benjamin Harries; treasurer, David Beynon; secretary. D. J. Davies. At a general meeting held at the Recha- bite Hall, it was unanimously decid-ed that all men who had joined the colours from the parish sho-uld be givan a Christmas gift cf a pair cf soeka, a. pair of mitten?, a box cf chocolates, and a box of cigarettes or tobacco; and that their wives and children should be given 3s. each. An interesting evening was ppent at Taber- nacle Chapel, when Gwili delivered on ad- dress on Bywyd y Pennillioa Telyu." Mr. Eichaid Morgan (Brynammani also rended selections in -the old Welsh 6tyle. accom- panied by the harp. Mr. George Thomas, Telynon (Amman, Bettws), also played and accompanied. The Rev. D. M. Davies, Waun- arlwyad, occupied the chair. Th.s t.N"aeurer (P::v. L"wi3 Richards) of the Gowertoa Fond (for rel'eving distrfss caused by the war) ha» ,ubmit,d followin.?? report of moneys r,"iH.d towards the loea.ll Belgian Refugees' Fund:—House to house collection, £ 27 2s. 8d.; employes of G.W.R., £1 employers of L.N.W.R., £1{)< staff of Boys' Council School, £ 1 32e. 6d.; j staff of Girls' Council School, 12. staff of-j Council Scliool, 9< employes of Fairwoc-d Tinplate Co., X 15 86.; employers Fairwood Tinplate Co., £ 4 lZs.; employes of Elba Stoolworke. L25. Total, £ 77 15s. lid.

GWAUN-CAE-GURWEN I AND CWMGORSE.

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I ; -JERSEY MARINE. 1

KIDWELLY.I

LLANDEBIE. -I

LOUGHOR.I

I LLANDILO. ;!

LLAXSADWRN.. I;

LLANGADOCK. I

LLANDOVERY.I

MORRISTON. I

PONTARDULAIS. 1:

PONTARDAWE. I

SWAJSSEA. I

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