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I PONTARDULAIS. Latest tank betting at Por.tardulai*. 3 to Ion that "(iuota". will be again trebled. Interest in the visit of Juliall Junior" is on thy incvease. and the vili- date are confident of the place maintain- i ing its great record. A great pro- graipme is )>eing arranged by Miss M. Ill. DaviffS the indefatigable lion, sec re- tary.Lieut. Davies, chairman of corn- mittec, the Rev. n. Llo.yd Morgan, D.D., and others. The Town ihr Band will1 clut-itig tj;,e, (i;li all ehg|>s ami the schools will be closed. Home OIl leave is Pte. Albert Yit,tur Roes, youngest son of Mr and Mrs. David Rees, Coed Bsch House. llü has served thi,-c years in Salonika. On tin occasion of tho "<it of the Tank I to Pontardulais all schools and all places of business will be dosed. The local com- "mittee has made an asseiuous house-to- house (annls for subs; ripticnp. Prospects are quite rosy for another record- At the fortnightly Pontardulais mart. ] 10 fat cattle—almost all highest grade beef; ?0 cah'ps and ]?p lambs were graded. Lie,ui. ol. W. ?,?nt -s (,k. u M; nford) wa tha auctioneer. This mart is rapidly becoming one of the most important in the. district. The. second of the united seliool., con- ceuts was given at Hag gar's Theatre on Wednesday evening, aud turned out again an unqualified success. The vicar (Rev. j Win. Morgan, B.A.) presided. During the i proceedings Mr. A. Morday (Bristol), re- prcs?ntin? the Treasury, made an elo- quent appeal in support of the Tank? j which visits Pontardulais to-day (Tliiirs- wi);ch i-iisito5 Pontar('iulais to-dtit On the occasion of his leaving for Cross Keys, the Rv. B. El\\n Williams and Mrs. Will jams have been presented by I the church and congregation at Baben I (Baptist) with a solid silver tea and coffee j service. Lieut. D. J. Davies (Birch Rock) presided, and the gifts wero handed over by Mr. Thomas Samuel (Morlais Villa), one of the deacons, in a happy specelt. Valedictory addreeseo were delivered the Revs. Geo. Williams (Tabernacle B.), Lemuel Jones (Goppa C.M ), and My-. W W. Jenkyn Jones. Apologies for ab- were received from the Revs. D. Lloyd Morgan, D.D., H. W. Davies, A.T.S. i (Calfaria), and D. H. Davies, A.T.S. (Carmel). Solos, etc., were given by I' Miss M. A. Evans and Messrs. W .R. Morgan and W. J. Jones. Miss Annie Ii Qrev Williams was accompanist.

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