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Trimsaran Fatality.

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Pwil Baby Show

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TOWN BAND INSTRUMENT FUND.…

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PROPERTY FOR SALE.

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OBITUARY I

I LOCAL PASTOR'S "CALL. I

Family Notices

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I Rugby LeagueI

LLANELLY TUESDAYS R.F.C.

INTER-WORKS CRICKET MATCH.

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I ASTERISKS Mr. J. D. Key judged the Shorthorns at the Llangadock Show on Thursday. » Since October, 1,300 borrowers cards have been issued at the Public Library. What are the duties of a Press repre- sentative ? Ask the Burry Port Count "I. A pair of ladies' silk stockings is the mascot of a prominent Burry Port motor cyclist. To-morrow's preacher at Park Church will be the Rev. Gwilym Jones, of Bournemouth. # » For nonpayment of their "Fater rent" some householders will figure in the "Dock" on Monday at the Town Hall. # # -tr Mr Llewelyn Williams has a pat on the back for those Welsh members "who have resisted the allurements of Downing street. • • • ii> The elkim of Maesteg to have the best Salvation Army band in Wales is dis- puted by Abertillery. Where does Llan- elly come in ? The Soccer team open the season by paying a visit to Ton Pentre this after- noon. The Halfway men may be relied on to do their best. w The sweet strains of Sospan Fach were heard at Hyde Park, London, last Sun- day evening. A Londoner referred to it as a Welsh ragtime song. < < Mr. Robert Richards, one of the new members of the Harbour Trust, was on the short list of candidates for the posi- tion of Superintendent a few months ago. The men of the Llanelly Steel Works do not lack generosity. They have dis- tributed about P,3,000 among the families of their comrades who went out to Beat the Huns. Mr. J. D. Prytherch, Exchange Build- ings, is one of the competitors at the South Wales motor cyclists reliahilifT trial to be held shortly. He will ride an Indian motor cycle. The North Dock has been quite an in- spiring sight this month. A gratifying record in imports and exports has been set up. Mr. Winterbottom wants to go one better in September. The Llanelly D. and D. S. and S. (by the way, can't they hit on a shorter name ?) have arranged for a gymkhana and carnival to take place at Stradey Park on September 13th. & & m A meeting of the Rugby League will be held to-night, when representatives of the Llanelly Rugby Club will be present to give the particulars concerning the new cup put up for competition. Particulars of a newly invented pipe, by a local man, will be made public short- ly. We understand by means of this in- vention the younger generation will be able to indulge in the fragrant weed without the slightest fear of that dizzy heatlac: v < < < 114 f\ <t. The Llanelly Copper Works ce;e'.rated its 114th birthday on Thursday, having been started on August 28th, 1805. "At Llanelly in 1805/' say Grant Francis, "Messrs. Daniel, of Corn- wall, Savill of London; Guest of Bir- mingham and Nevill of Swansea, selected the site and erected the Copper Works which have been successfully carried on by some of the original folk or their re- presentatives from that time to the pre- sent day."

LLANELLY YACHT CLUB.

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