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AMMANFORD. I A oollier named Evan John Fvarns, mar- ried, of Tycroee, met with an accident at Die Pantyffynon Colliery on Saturday morning. A fall of stone cauæd him to te badly crusted, and lie had to be con- reved home on-a stretcher. A lecture on Gurnos was given by IIr. J. Brynach Davies, Lhunfyrnach. to I the Ammanford Cvmrodorion on Friday tÏg-ht. The cha-cacteristics of the well- tnown eisteddfod condiictor and poet- ¡ sreacher were well pourtrayed by the lec- f turer, who at the close* was highly compli- nented upon his intesesting discourse. Rev. E. J. Eosser Eva.ns presided, and :hOEP> who spoke were Amanwy, Gwilym klvrddin, and Gwili. The following are the figures of rainfall r',r Ammanford daring 1915. The record lias been kept hy Mr. David Thomas, the Council's surveyor, who has taken great :-are to ensure accuracy. A total rain- fall of 50.64 inches is recorded. The wettest day of the year wa." the IGtli of February, when between 9 a.m. that day and the following morning 2.33 inches of rain fell. On the evening of June 10th, 1.94 inches of rain fell in less than two hoars. The figures for each month are: January, 4.2cins. on 22 days; February, 10.05 on 22 days; March, 1.68 on 9 days; I April, 2.05 on 1:1 days; May. 2.63 on 12 1 days; June, 3.91 on 9 days; July, 5.15 on. 17 days; August, 2.54 on 18 days; Sept., 1.43 on 13days: October. 2.S8 on 19 days; November, 3.61 on 11 days; and Decem- ber, 10.13 on 27 days.

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