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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. I…

LOCAL INT E LIJGENCE.

I BURRY PORTJQRICKET CLUB.…

THE CO CJNTY COUNCIL I - 0

RETURN OF MR. AND MRS-1 GWILYM…

LLANELLY CHORAL SOCIETY. I

FOUND DEAD AT LLANARTH-NEY.

THE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. I

PURCHASE OF THE ROYALTY THEATRE.

PRESENTATION TO MR. J. W.…

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PRESENTATION TO MR. J. W. PRICE, OF MOREWOOD'S. On Saturday evening last, Mr. J. W. Price, works' manager at Morewood's for several years, was pre- sented with a magnificent case of cutlery, carvers, etc., together with a portrait of his daughter, by the men with whom he had been associated in his daily avocation for so long a time, aud by whom he was held in much respect. The meet- ting was held in Trinity Schoolroom, a large and enthusiastic audience being present on the occasion. Mr. George Phillips, rollerman, presided, and opened the proceedings in an appropriate speech. The pre- sentation was made by Mr. James Edwards, stock- taker, who appreciatively dwelt on the good qualitiesof the recipient of the gifts. Speeches were also delivered by Messrs. D. Thomas, T. Pugh, and B. Williams. Mr. Price feelingly responded, thanking them from the bottom of his heart for their rare gifts, which he highly prized. Songs were rendered during the evening, and a most pleasant time was spent. On Saturday of next week, Mr. Price will receive a gift from the workmen at Cwmbwrla.

DOCTOR FOR MOREWOOD I S. I

DISTRICT NEWS. I

r MAGISTRATES' COURT.

THE ASHBURNHAM COMPANY TO…

COAL TRIMMERS' WAGES AT LLANELLY.

THE LIBERAL CANDIDATURE OF…

JENNINGS' MEMORIAL FUND.

THE TINPLATE INDUSTRY IN CARMARTHEN.

ELECTION NOTIONS. ♦

THE CRACKED SOSPAN.

I 11 A MUSICAL FESTIVAL AT…

WOMEN'S AMBULANCE CLASS.

A LICENSING CASE. ♦