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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

LOUGHOR.I

I LLANDILO. ;!

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LLANGADOCK. I

LLANDOVERY.I

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LLANDOVERY. I Fifteen wounded soldiers have arrived at Llandovery, and were conveyed to the Red Cross Hospital at the Church House. A large crowd gathered at the station to witness their arrival. A sum of about C20 was netted by the entertainment given at the Electric Cinema last Friday evening, which amount is to be utlised for purchasing comforts for local men serving in the forces Khaki-bound Billies have been sent by the Rev. J. D. Iienry, B.A., pastor of the W iinanus Pantycelyn Chapel. Llandovery, to members of his chfireh serving with the forces. The gifts, it is needless to say, are much appreciated. We regret to announce the death of Mr. Thomas Richards, Castle-street, Llan- dovery. Deceased, who was over 70 years of age, prior to going to live at Castle- street, resided for many 'years at Ga to I Fach. lie was an old inhabitant. He leaver n widow and several children. The vicar (the Rev. D. Edmondes Owen), Ald. C. P. Lewia (churchwarden), and Mr.: F. J. Bl-ek (treasurer) have, on behalf of the members of the Chureh House, pre- scnted each Llandovery boy in camp at Scov:ton with cigarettes, tobacco, and matches. The committee stated that H wo I have mnch pleasure in sending y&u this little Christmas parcel, with true Tip- perary greetinRS. The committee are sending the output of their working party in the way of clothing to their brave com- rades in the Belgian trenches and in the North Sea. I A special entertainment was. held at the local cinema on Friday evening, the pro- coeds from which will be devoted to the purchasing of comforts for men from the town now serving in his Majesty's Forces. It is a matter fur gratification to state ¡ that the object in view received hearty support. ?ome really excellent pictures were secured on the occasion, and the usual features were supplemented by songs bv Mr. Bob Cia.r?e and Miss Maggie Williams, Victoria House. The artistes received well deserved encores. We regret to announce the death, after an iune.s of many monilus, ui Mr. Ra?ry A Williams, painter and decorator, Water-j street. Deceased leaves a young w idow and HYe children. He was about 35 years of age. Some years ago he was an en- j thusiastic memUu- of the local Terri- torials, and was greatly concerned because illness prevented his being present to extend a welcome to the Llandovery detachment when they visited their homes some time ago oil short furlough. Mr. j Williams was a son of the late Mr. Henry Williams, carpenter and builder, of this town. W c regT?t to announce the death of < n old and respected farmer from the district.! in the person of Mr. Thomas, Cefnricket, i who passed away at the age of 81 years. Deceased, who had been a deacon at Salem Congregational Church, Llandovery, for thirty yeare, leaves a widow and four chil- tlr--n--thrc,e sous and one daughter. The; funeral, which was largely attended and ( repre'entxtiva of all ciaoies, took piace en Monday at Llandingat Church. The liev., Joseph Harry, pastor at Saiemv officiated at. the house, alid a, hymn was given out by the Eev. Dr. T. E. Thomas, The ifan'e. The ctirite, the Rev. Mr. Evans, officiated at the church and grave. Other ministers: pveaont included: Kevs. D. J. Henry, B.A.,V' pastor of Williams' Pontycelyn Memorial Chapel; A. Ifor James, pastor of Etenczer Char-el; and J. Yolander Jones, pastor of Cefuartheu and Pentretygwyn. The chief mourners were: Messrs. ilorgin Thoiaa Erynaiuman; David Thomas and Willie, Thomas*. Oefnricket (sons); Mr. and Mrs. j Evans, Tincced (son-in-law and daughter), Mrs. Thomas, Green Lodgte (daugnter-in. law); Mrs. Jones, Cwmllynfell; M.rs. Llew- elyn. Cilycwns; Mr. Jonee, Abergorileeh; i Mrs. Ingram, Ll.mwrtyd Wells; Mr. Mooes, Caerbont, Llangadock; Mr. Thoma3. Pen- ihiw, Llandda usant; Mr. Thomas, Carren- gwinon, Llandausant; Mr. Jones, Pontardu- laii; Mrs.Tories, Carmarthen; Mr. Thomas?, Carmarthen; NTr. Thomas, Tynewydd, Abe- gwiii; Mrs. Griffiths, Tyddin, Llangadock; Councillor T. Koberts, J.P.. Llandovery; Mr. j J. Evans, Castle-street, Llandovery; Mr.. Price, Tynawydd, Mothvey; Mr. Price, Gorilwynfach, Motnvey; Mr. Powell, Cwm- nantyboidy; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel, Cerrig- cwmnJ, Llandovery Mr. Powell, College View, Llandovery; Mrs. Jones, White Hart, Llandovery; Mr. and Mrs. Reo-, Tyllwyd, L'.anwrda; Mr. and Mrs. Davies, Craigy- bwcli, Llandiio; Mrs. Rees, Brynpedol, Bryn- amman; 111'. Eees, Cardiff; Mrs. K-ees, Llanwrda; Dr. Rees. Aberystwyth; Mr. and Mrs. Davies, Ti rail en, Lianwrda; Mr. a.nd Mrs. Lewis, Troedrhiwrescer; Mrs. Jones, Doiaubran, Cynghordy.

MORRISTON. I

PONTARDULAIS. 1:

PONTARDAWE. I

SWAJSSEA. I

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