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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

-PONTARDULAIS. I

PATIENTS AT THE HOSPITAL.…

THE NATIONAL UNION OF TEACHERS.

LOCAL TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.

FATAIJ COLLIERY ACCIDENT.

LLANELLY QUADRILLE CLASS I

EISTEDDFOD AT CRWYS.

: MAGISTRATES' COURT.

GALVANISING AT MORE-WOOD'S.

THE MYNYDD MAWR RAILWAY COMPANY.

THE JENNINGS' MEMORIAL FUND.

I SURROUNDED BY THE TIDE.…

I THE BURRY -PORT CASE. I

GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY ! LOCOMOTIVE…

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GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE DEPARTMENT. DINNER AT LLANELLY. I The annual dinner of the above was held on Good Friday at the Dock Hotel, New Dock, whea 50 members sat down to an excellent dinner provided by the respected host and hostess Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hughes. After justice had been done to the good things provided and the cloth removed, Mr. Thomas Davies, the oldest engineman, was vcted to the chair, and the respected foreman, Mr. William Harry to the vice-chair. Mr. John Killick read letters of apology from the following gentlemen Major Bythway, Mr, J. Hansard, Mr. Margrave, and Mr. W. Buckley Roderick for non-atteudauce, and wishing the com- pany a sociable evening.—Mr. T. Davies proposed a vote of thanks to tue Dinner Committee to which great credit was due for the admirable way in which they carried out the arrangements.—Mr. Harry then pro- posed the health of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hughes the worthy host and hostess, to which Mr. Hughes re- sponded and thanked the company for the way they had received the toast, and that be should always do the best that was in his power for the comfort aud welfare of engiiiemen and firemen. The next toast was that of the chairman and vice-chairman, in connection with the company rose and sang, For they are jolly good fellows." The rest of the evening was devoted to harmony to which the following gentlemen contributed: T. Hughes, F. Evans, W. Jones (Monte Carlo), D. Davies, J. Davies, J. Edwards, H. Robson, A Carrivick, and W. Griffiths. Recitation, G. Harris; pianoforte solo, Mr. Hughes. Mr. Hughes ably presided at the 1 piano which was kindly lent by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris, and,one of the best and most enjoyable evenings ever past at Llanally was brought to a close at 10 p.m., all rising and singing Auld Lang Syne. On Monday evening another gathering was held to present Mr. Robert Harris, engineman, with a marble timepiece as a small token of respect that the engine- men and firemen had for him as instructor of the Mutual Improvement Class. Mr. Thomas Hughes, in a few well chosen words, made the presentation, to which Mr. Harris responded and said that it was the happiest evening of his life and that he should hand the gift down to his children that they might see the respect in which he was held by the engineiKeM and firemen and lie thanked all who had 'contributed to the present. Suitable speeches were also made by Mr. Thomas Davies and Mr. John Killick. The restof the evening was devoted to harmony, and great praise is due to Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Hughes for placing their beautifnl clubroom at the disposal of the meetiug,

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SUCCESS OF A LOCAL liUNNEK…

INTERESTING MARRIAGE AT SWANSEA.

COHPLIMENTABY BANQUET i TO…

I METIIOI)IST'CYMANFAGANU.'

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

THE SCHOOL LEAGUE CUP. I

EISTEDDFOD AT PEMBROKE DOCK.

THE WELSH LANGUAGE IN OUR…

MR. TENNYSON SMITH AND HIS…

THE LOCAL PILOTAGE. —^

TO ALL WHO SUFFER FROM RUPTURES.