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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.…

DOCTOR FOR MOREWOOD I S. I

DISTRICT NEWS. I

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DISTRICT NEWS. I BURRY PORT. I THE BURRY PORT UNITED Ctioin.-The above choir will be formed at once. ENGLISH BAPTISTS.-The English Baptists will shortly build a new chapel. EISTEDDFOD.—The entries for the eisteddfod are flowing in. The male voice party will commence practicing this evening. MALTS VOICE PARTY.—All young men anxious to join the Male voice party should communicate with the secretaries of the Eisteddfod at once. EISTFI)DFOD.Tlie Eisteddfod which is to be held at Burry Port on Whit Monday next promises to be a great success, three choirs have already entered. CONCERT. On Saturday week last a grand concert was held at Jerusalem Chapel, when Samson was performed. The artistes were Madame Williams Penn, Miss Ada Brown, Mr. David Lloyd, and Mr. J, B. Morse. Mr. W. T. Hoare was leader of the orchestra. The chapel was crowded, and the singing of the choir was excellent. The organist was Mr. W. T. Roberts, and the conductor Mr. J. Owen. FIVE ROADS. OBITUARY.—It is with regret we chronicle the death of Mrs. Margaret Davies, wife of Mr. John Davies, Ffos-yr-Efail. Deceased, who had been weak for a loug time, passed away on 'Saturday morning, having attained the age of 62 years. Mrs. Davies, who was a very quiet and inoffensive person, was held in the highest esteem by a large number of friends and acquaintances. Her mortal remains were interred at Rehoboth bnrying ground yesterday after- noon, the otfjeiating minister being the 'Rev. J. Ll. Hughes.

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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. ♦