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BURKY PORT.I

LLANGENNECH.I

I PONTYBEREM. I I

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I PONTYBEREM. I Mr. Thomas, from the Old College, Carmar- rhen, occupied the pulpit of Caersalem Chapel I last Sunday, and the annual collection ro I wards the funds of the college was made during the day. —o- The mining examination under the Science and Art Department, was held last Tuesday. I Elevcn students sat, and we hope that a,H ¡ will get through with honours. The super- intendents were Mr. Thomas Seymour, J.P., Griffiths. The meml.ei.'S of the Caersalem Sunday- School have decided, to have their annual tea "in suiiiiiier" this year, the date fixed as being most suitable being June 22. The coni- mittee have heen very wise in choosing a date which wc hope will suit every member. -0- Now that the fine weather has come, the Pontyberem cricketers are- out in force, and, judging from the play seen on the cricket field last week, there are strong hopes of having a good team out. We are glad to hear that they have at last decided to go in for co10uh3, and we anticipate having a sight next Saturday, when Llangennech 1st XI. will be here, the Pontyberem Seconds being away at Llanellv, plavi ng against the Intermediate School. —o— Our Church has decided to go in for "light" at last. We hear on good authority that they intend having the Church lit by gas. A com- mittee lias been chosen to report on the ques- tion, and we hope they will have it before the "Reformation."

MYNYDD MAWR.I

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