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AMMANFORD. I

BR-YN AMMAN. )

CARMARTHEN. I

CWMAMMAN. I

! CLYDACH.

GOWERTOX.

GWAUN-CAE-GURWEN I AND CWMGORSE.

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I ; -JERSEY MARINE. 1

KIDWELLY.I

LLANDEBIE. -I

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LLANDEBIE. I Here as at Ammanford and other places, quito a large number of the "boys" are home on short leave from the Army. Laiiee-Corpl. D. Griffiths, whilst serving | with the 6th Welsh, was wounded, and has been invalided home. He is under!! treatment at a Manchester hospital. Dr. Cook has been given a commission j with the rank of a Surgeon-Lieutenant. During his absence his medical pra ice will be carried on by Dr. MacDougall. The ordinary meeting of the Mutual Improvement Society was held at Salem on Monday, under the presidency of the Rev. James Davies. A paper on Gardd Gethsemane" was read by Miss Annie Lloyd, and a pear on (ô The Garden of '? T l Lloyd. and a paper on U The Garden of Joseph of Arimathea," by Miss A. Jenkins. Mr. R. T. Reoo. the local well-known j pedeotrian, has received a letter from Corporal J. Bees (formerly .a postman 1li Lla-ndebir), who is in the fightine line with the King's Grenadier Guards. The letter; was very much censored, but Bees is quite well, and his spirits are well kept up iu the trenches. Miss Rachel Jonee, Tycanol, has returned home trom Swansea. Hospital, after 6uc- cMsfuny undergoing ?n internal operation, j She is now able to walk a bout a little. It is also yLeaving to find that Miss Nancy; Harriet, Bowen. Tanyfron, is home from the! Carmarthen Hospital, and ie a little better. I A reraarkablly successful social in connection with the C.E.M.S., was held on Monday, Mr. Robert Matthews presiding. The attendance was large, and an excel- lent programme was gone through by way of a postprandial entertainment, those i taking part being: Miss Maggie Davies, Rev. D. T. Stewart (Ammanford). Miss Bright (pianiste), Miss Sybil Thomas, and Miss Gwenny Evans. Among those who presided at the tables earlier in the even- ing were: Mrs. Xoyes, Vicarage; Mrs, Noyes, Woodlands, and Miõ-s Thomas. The speakers included the Vicar of Amman- ford (Rev. J. W. Jones). Mr. Sam Thomas, Mr. Evan Williams. Captain Jones, Mr.1 W. Bowen, Mr. John Jones, etc. An interesting item was the English address delivered by Mon. do Wuf, one of the I Belgian refugees. ——————

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I LLANDILO. ;!

LLAXSADWRN.. I;

LLANGADOCK. I

LLANDOVERY.I

MORRISTON. I

PONTARDULAIS. 1:

PONTARDAWE. I

SWAJSSEA. I

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