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PONTARBULAI8. The Town Silver Band-lias been engaged for Llandovery's Mayor Sunday" ser- vices. Some one has blundered! A Pontardulaia War Aims meeting is announced to take placo at the Public Hall, Hendy. And Hendy has, morsover, already had one eucli meeting A debating society has been formni at tho Mechanic* Institute. Mr. J. R11)-e Morgan is chairman and Mr. D. J. Wil- liams, Gwyn Grove, the hoii. øecre-tr. A thoroughly representative and highly enthusiastic war meeting was ad- dressed by Mr. Clement Edwards, M.P., and Mr. Elliott (London), at Pontardulais. The veteran radical leader, Alder- man Roes Harri, J.P., presided. The resolution, which' was carried unani- mously, wax moved by the vicar (tho Rev. W. Morgan, B.A., C.F.), seconded by Dr. Lloyd Morgan, and supported by the Rev. George Williams (Tabernacle). Pontardulais subscribed £2U 19, M'I towards the Wlh Hospital at Netl?y lust ¡Mr. A special effort is now being made to red?in the pronli mad? to maintain two beds at the institution. Tho Ladies' Committee hav? gDtcio?sly handed over to the local committee the J sum raised as their nag day" effort. "¡'; and this wiU forM 0 f uchfus, A Id. j Hurries, J.P.. is the chairman, and Messrs. K Art-Iiiii- Willisnis (Pisa Gwytt) I •ihd Isartd L. DuvicS Hie jjiht hOD. Cil, Ii Mr. Penny (SiKd'ield) delivered an j fitddresit Oil Food Adulteration and tll« ( Profiteer# at lhQ> Mechanics' Institute, under the auspice* of the Co-Operative Soeict.v. Mt. Evan Hopkins (Wetll Villa) II presided. Mr. n. T. Williams' (I.ymrood), an I N.C.O. ill the local platoon Of Volunteers, há3 Ijeen recommended for a comnm^ion in the 3rd Battalion Glamorgan Volunteer I itoyiment. Mr. Willfetai#, who is one of flib partners in the Pontardulais Iron Foundry Co., is art old volunteer. Monthly fair on TusSday. Prices:— j Cattle: Cow and calf, very good trf.de, ,€5a to £ 45, with exceptions iii) to £ 48. Store r cEMtie. Slow t-radei vearlintft. £ 9 to ,"12: tWO<)'lj!\t-ölds. Ul) t) mip- ply 20a to 22.Cj per score. Pigs (small): Gooti trade 46iz U> r.8, Pork Very deltt" and scarce: prices asked for were in èX- cois of thoge fixed by the Food Ceint roller.

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