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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Try Pegler's Extras Flour 2/6 per score. The recognition services of the Rev. T. E. Thomas, late of Tumble, to the pastorate of Bethania C.M. Chapel, Morriston, took place on Monday. DANIEL EVANS, Lakefield Place, Shipping Agent for all principal lines to all parts of the world. 3867 The Rev. Gwylfa Roberts preached last week in North Wales, and this week he preaches at Devynock, near Brecon, and Ffaidybrenin, near Lampeter. On Sunday next he will be at Maasteg. The millmen's ballot on the 2 per cent. waste question is to be allowed to remain open till the end of the present week. On all hands it is prophesied that there will be a peaceful settlement. The Llanelly Male Voice Choir will hold their final rehearsal before going to the Lon- don National Eisteddfod at Moriah Chapel, on Sunday evening next, at 8.15 p.m. Admission by a silver collection. Pegler's Stores Beist Butter, Is. per lb. In connection with the National Eisteddfod of Wales, to be held at Eisteddfod Buildings, Royal Albert Hall, London, from June 15th to 18th, the Great Western Railway Company j will run special express excursions to London at cheap fares. I Great interest was taken on Tuesday even-I ing in the performance (in character) of the "Magic Cup" by the Zion Juvenile Choir. The conductor, Mr. T. J. Williams, had been most persevering in his labours in preparing I the children for the event. A full report ap- pears in our Welsh columns. I The North Dock presents a consoling ap- pearance this week. A few days ago a large I steamer, conveying scrap iron to Messrs. Rd. Thomas and Co., came in, and on Tuesday a I vessel with a carrying capacity of 4boo tons brought a cargo of timber to Messrs B. Howell and Son. Yesterday a steamer of 6000 tons brought a cargo of timber to Messrs Williams, Davies, and Co. The Llanelly Royal Choir, who have entered in the Chi-8£ choral competition at the London National Eisteddfod, held a public rehearsal at the Market Hall on Tuesday evening. The singing of the choir, which was under the conductorship of Mr. John Thomas, was of a ( high order, and betokened signs of arduous training. They executed the various test pieces in an excellent manner. Next Sunday evening, at the Tabernacle, Mr T. J. Owen, will preach. He is the son of the. renowned preacher, the late Rev. O. R. Owen, Liverpool—"Owen Glandwr" as he was familiary known to the whole of Wales. His son is only a little over fifteen years of age, and attends the Old College School, Carmar- then, at present. His visit to Llanelly will. no doubt, interest the crowds that admired and appreciated his father. D. Mansel (late of Golden Fleece) has opened at Cowell Street and Market Entrance, with a new stock of Drapery and Millinery Goods. Great crowds were drawn to the Tabernacle on Saturday and Sunday last to the anniver- sary services, when the eminent Welsh preachers, the Rev.s Peter Price, M.A., Dow- lais, and J. :1. Williams. Pentre, officiated, Powerful sermons were preached, and it was felt by all that the Gospel was at its best, with an unction from on high. Good collec- tions were made towards the painting and de- corating going on at present, and the church at Tabernacle, with its usual activity, means to undertake great things in future. WELSH FIELD CO. R.E.—Orders for week ending June 16, 1909Orderly officer, Second- Lieutenant H. S. Burn; orderly sergeant, Sergt. T. Lloyd; orderly corporal, 2nd-Corpl. T. J. Thomas. Monday, 14th—Recruits' drill, 7 to 8 and 8 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, 16th—En- gineering drill, 7 to 8 and 8 to 9 p.m.; uniform Service dress; all drivers to attend, horses not required Notice.—The Commanding Officer specially requests the attendance of all N.C.O.'s at Headquarters on Friday next, 11th instant, at 7.30 p.m. prompt, to discuss urgent and important business.-(Signed) R. A. Nevill, Major, O.C. Welsh Field Company R.E. Steamship Booking Office for all Lines—Mr. J. Vaughan Evans, next door to the Post Office. 6842 ¡

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