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rr¡-ç;c ASTERISKS. Nearly an inch of rain tell at C'wm- ihedi on Thu; J.y. Jlii, 1, a tecord for September. Bishop, regional of the e UllTy Court, is now lecuneu.Jng in tne ;cll-rh ot France. < There was another scene at the Dancing Ciass tnis weei- Another fine ad vertise- ment for the Parish Hall I he Conciliation Board will meet un Friday. Octoner 5th, to deal with the claim ior a 100 per cent, war bonus for tinplaters. • • m m Monday's meeting ci the- Tradesmen's Association has been postponed on ac- count of the Vi ar Aims demonstration at the Market Hall. < • • The Intermediate Schools which, re- opened this week, are fuller than ever this term. Extensions of the premises are badly needed. < < A London newspaper referring to Sergt Ivor Rees, gives the Y .C.' s address as "Llanelly, ncar Pvdl." We must really protest against this. 0 0 0 Licensed hcuses arc still valuable, in spite of Control Board restrictions. The York Hotel was withdrawn from auction this week at £7.00. Among those who have sent messages ot congratulation to the Pwll V.C. is General Sir James Hills-Johnes, Y.c.- one of the oldest wearers of the coveted distinction. < < < Mv. -Binco. win trill speak at the meet- ing on Tuesday, has not been heard in Llanelly he became a member of the Govo'.ninent. Have his m.Pistachios grown since thpn, we wonder ? No more popu lar promotion has been | gazetted than that of Major Nevill to be Lieut .-Colonel. The letters from local s stx-ak eloquently of whu the rank and file think of their gallant clm-t. "What was the most terrible sight you saw in the trenches F' asked the inter- ested friend. "Well." replied the soldier, just heme from France, "the svai ter- j rible sight I saw was the sergeant's face when I broke the rnm jar." Military distinction^ are heir.g showered upon the Pwll. Following upon the V.C. I to Sergt. Ivor Rees comes tne news that Lieut. Stephen Phillips, a former teacher at the Pwll School, has been awarded the M.C. All Sarnt's Church is built on land pre- sented a-s a gift by the late Mr. Goring Thomas. "It was erected," we are told, "entirely by voluntary contributions through the efforts ot the present Vicar (Canon Williams) assisted by the zealous laity of the parish." In forme days there was a St. David's Church at Llwynhendy, but to-day it i-s a hopeless ruin. The Old Coach road ran considerably above the present main road to Uhtnelly, and whori tbp founda- tions of the present church were ex- cavated quantities of hum re' 1 ':T? wore discoveied, with teeth in a perfect stnte. disc'ovpied. with teeth in a p?. f ee'L  t e. -X- -r Music occupies all illl1}ctLDt 11ir.ee Îl1 the curriculum of Llanelly schools. Kand- staff exe'-cises arc taken and their im- portance in ain- ing and ne morizing of tunes is fully re- cognized. In the singing of the selections usually given include folk songs sung in V\\?-? ::d etk. "s t-.y lnuiieians of repute.

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