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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I I I Try Pegler's Extras Flour 2/6 per score. I At the Haverfordwest Eisteddfod on Mon- day, Mr. Harry Davies, Llanelly, secured the first prize in the bass solo competition. Ho is a pupil of Mr. Dan S Evans. DANIEL EVANS, Lakefield Place, Shipping Agent for all principal lines to all paits of the world. 3867 At the Carmarthen Sports on Monday, Mr. T. Williams, Llanelly, secured the third prize in the 120 yards open handicap flat race, and also first in the 300 yards open handicap.- Pegler's Stores Beet Butter, Is. per lb. D. Mansel (late of Golden Fleece) has opened at Cowell Street and Market Entrance, with a now stock of Drapery and Millinery Goods. At the Abei'avon Eisteddfod held on Satur- day, Miss B. Davies, Gowerton, secured the prize in the soprano solo competition, and Mr. G. Walters in the tenor solo competition. Support local effort and keep your money in the town by joining the Llanelly and District Plate Glass Insurance Society. Join now, and get a full year's bonus.—W. David, Secretary, Old Town Hall Chambers, Llanelly. 4073 Mr. Ralph James Thomas, son of Mr Rd. Thomas, Newcastle, Pa., U.S.A., and grand- son of the late Mr. Samuel Thomas, coal mer- chant, Havodwen, Gilbert Place, has recently been appointed. as organist of St. Andrew's Protestant Episcopal Church, Pittsburgh. Pegler's Stores for Patent Medicines. We are pleased to chronicle the success of Master Arthur Evans, who has successfully passed the preparatory examination of Trinity j College in pianoforte playing, with a very high percentage of marks. He was prepared by I Miss Irene Arthur, 101 Swansea Road. 6581 The annual children's demonstration of the Llanelly and District Band of Hope Union will take place (weather permitting) on Satur- day next. The Bands of Hope will meet at the Town Hall Square at 2.30 p.m. sharp. The' following rounte will be takenStation Rd, Ann Street, Wern Road, William Street, Park Street, Stepney Street, to Town Hall Square. Steamship Booking Office for all Lines-Mr, J. Vaughan Evans, next door to the Post Office. 6842 WELSH FIELD CO R.E.—Orders for week ending June 9th, 1909:—Orderly officer, End- Lieutenant H. E. Trubshaw; orderly sergeant, Sergt. J. D. Mack; orderly corporal, 2nd. Cor- poral W. J. A. Palmer. Monday, 7th, Re- cruits' drill, 7to 8 and 8 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, 8tli, Company and recruits' drill, 7.45 p m.; I uniform, service dress; mounted and dis- mounted. Wednesday, 9tli, Engineering .and 1 riding drill (each driver obtain his horse): ¡ parade at Engineering Ground, 7 to 8 and 8 to 9 p.m. prompt; uniform, service dress.—H. E. Trubshaw, 2nd-Lieutenant, for O.C. Welsh Field Co. R.E.

-Collier Parachutist.

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Fatality at Bynea.I


Music in the Park.

IAccident at Loughor.