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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…

I DIAMOND JUBILEE.

EASTElt YESTRIES.

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EASTElt YESTRIES. ————— 0 ————— ST. DAVID'S CHURCH, LLANELLY. The annual Vestry was held on Monday, the 19th April, the vicar in the chair. It was arranged that a Minute Book for use in future should be pro- vided by the Churchwarden, and also that a Church record of services be placed in the vestry by the same officitis- On the proposiition of Mr. Ward, seconded by Mr. Key, the auditors appointed were Mr. J. Grubb aud Mr. A. Stacey. The accounts for the year were audited and found correct. The Vicar appointed Mr. Ward, the Cliff, his varden, in place of Mr. Trinder, who, owing to business engagements, felt regretfully obliged to resign. Mr. Jones, Tuimeii- road, was appointed people's warden on the proposi- tion of Mr. Ward, seconded by Mr. Trinder, and sup- ported by Mr. Stacey. It was passed that the care- taker should be present to open all services. It was decided to have a meeting of the Church members in a month's time to consider the remuneration of the choir leader and organist. The sidesmen were then appointed as follows:—Mr. Trinder, Mr, Stevenson, Mr Key, Mr. Mockford. Mr. Lawrence, Mr. Estridge, Mr. Stacey, Mr, Grubb, Mr. Weekes, Mr. Geo. Stacey, and Mr. J. Richards. A hearty vote of thanks was passed to the Churchwardens for their voluutaryaud faithful work during the past year, also to the vicar for presiding during the evening, and for the work done in the parish since his return. The proceedings terminated with the benediction pronounced by the vicar. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. The annual vestry of the congregation of St. John's Church, Seaside, Llanelly, was held on Tuesday, April 20th, the vicar in the chair. Mr. ii. Perrott and Mr. Fred Gammon wers appointed auditors ot the accounts. As it was found to be an intricate ali'air, it was pro- posed by the vicar, and carried unanimously, that the auditors and the ouly churchwardeii present, namely, Mr. J. Banks, the other churcliwuiden, Mr. W. Perrott, being away from home on business, together with Mr. D. P. Davies, churchwarden of St. Paul's, should audit the accounts on Wednesday, and report to the vicar on Friday morning. On the proposal of Mr. J. Banks, seconded by Mr. X Gammon, the thanks of the vestry were unanimously given to Mr. Jonah Marks for his services during the past year as lay reader, to Mr. William Evaus as choirmaster, and to Miss Bessie Perrott as organist. The wardens appointed for the ensuing year were For the vicar, Mr. RicharT Perrott; for the people, Mr. Wm. Evans. The sidesmen named and accepted were: Messrs. Thomas .James, A. Walters, F. Gammon, John Richards, Thomas Roberts, Howell Thomas, J. Banks, VV. Perrott, and R. P. David. A most complimentary vote of thanks was passed to the retiring wardens, and to the vicar for his services as chairman, and amid many expressions of satisfaction at the present state of things in the parish of St. Paul's, the meeting terminated with the vicar's giving ot blessing.

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I METIIOI)IST'CYMANFAGANU.'

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

THE SCHOOL LEAGUE CUP. I

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TO ALL WHO SUFFER FROM RUPTURES.