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NORTH PEMBROKE AND FISHGUARD…

FUNERAL OF THE LATE MRS. .LEWIS,…

CONCERT AT THE MARKET HALL.

QUEEREST PARISH COUNCIL IN…

THE FOOTBALL FEVER.

LOCAL FOOTBALL MATCHES: I

THE LOCAL CUP TIES. I

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THE POOR LAW CONFERENCE. I

A LOUGHORJDTVORCE SUIT. 1

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I TIIOSE WHO LABOUR. j —A--

MR. TOM HUGHES AND THE DEPUTY…

ODDFELLOWSHIP IN SOUTH WALES.

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ODDFELLOWSHIP IN SOUTH WALES. PUBLIC RECEPTION AT CARDIFF. I SPEECH BY MR. TOM HUGHES, I LLANELLY. The local branches of the Manchester Unity of Oddfellows held a public reception at the Assembly rooms, Town Hall, Cardiff, on Monday evening. The chair was taken by Provincial Grand Master D. Thomas, who announced that owing to the illness of the Grand Master of the Order (t'.ro. S. Turner), Bro. T. Hughes, J.P., (Llanelly), the only Welsh director of the Order, would be the guest of the evening. He read tele- grams from several local gentlemen regretting their inability to attend. The chairman was supported by Messrs. D. Biclrards, D. Jones, (Blackwood), J. Jenkins, C.S., T. Jenkins (treasurer), and the local committee.—After the chairman's announcement, Miss Dowe rendered a song, which was followed by a selection by the instrumentalists present, under the direction of Mr. Shackleton, and accmpanied by Mr. A. C. Toone.—Following this Bro. T. Hughes, P.P.G.M. (Llanelly), addressed tho meeting. In the course of his remarks he dealt with the usefulness of the friendly societies, old age pensions, and con- valescent homes. He spoke of the progress of the Manchester Unity within recent years, and re- marked that it held a. very honourable position with respect to otiier societies 01 me same Kll,, cl. He also advocated the formation of female lodges, and spoke of the advantages which would accrue to the thousands of female workers if they became members of such lodges.—A duet by Messrs. Stokes and Suire and a song by the Misses Dowes followed, after which Mr. Jones (Blackwood) made a brief speech, in which he congratulated the Cardiff branches upon the rapid progress they were making. Songs by Miss Richards, Mr. T. Hughes and Misses Dowes followed. The Chairman then presented Brother Hughes with an album containing views of Cardiff and district as a memento of his visI it.- P.P.G.M. Beavan in proposing a vote of thanks to Mr. Hughes, remnrked that he had come up to help them whilst a, municipal election in which he was a candidate was being decided at Llanelly. This, he thought was a clear proof that Mr. Hughes worked heart and soul for the benefit of the Order. —P.P.G.M Fletcher seconded, and P.P.G.M. Bowen supported.-Bro. Hnglies replied thanking them for the honour they had done him.

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THE TINPLATE TRADE .—————.—————.

THE TOWN GAS BILL.

NOVEL FRACAS AT CARMARTHEN.

ERRORS IN FOOD AND DRINK.

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