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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Mr. C. MeudwyDavies conducted the Neath Uyulanfa Ganu on Sunday and Monday last. DANIEL EVANS, Lakefield Place, Shipping Agent for all principal lines t8 all parts of the world. 3867 The Mvnvddygarreg United Brass Band Prize Drawing has been postponed until June 25th, .1910. EMIGRATION.—Apply to .1.. Vanghan Evans. Shipping Agent, Murray Street, Llaiielly. for cheapest and best routes. 7546 Rev Gwylfa Roberts adjudicated the literary competitions at the Mountain Ash Semi- national Eisteddfod on Monday. A receiving order in bankruptcy has been I made against David Vaughan, grocer and general dealer, Haydn Villa, Cross Hands. Practices in connection with the Llanelly Temperance Choir, who intend visiting the Crystal Palace in July, will commence shortly. Mr. Tom Morgan, a student at Bala-Bangor College, and son of the Rev. n. Lloyd Mor- gan, Pontardulais, officiated at Lloyd Street Chapel on Sunday last. The Llanelly and County Canine Society has now been formed, and a strong committee selected. Mr. David Samuel, Arcade Cham- bers, has been appointed secretary. William E. Lake (No. 388) is the winner of the prize drawing in aid of Mrs. Richards and family, late of Richard Street. Mrs. Richards desires to thank those who purchased tickets. 7606 Early on Friday morning, Mrs. Henshaw, wife of Mr. William Henshaw, 47 Swansea Road, was found dead in bed. Deceased was seized with a fit, and died almost immediate- Iv. A meeting of the Llanelly Quoiting Club will be held at the Cricketers' Arms on Satur- day next, at 7.30 p.m., when business of an important nature will be transacted. All old players and intending new ones are cordially invited. The "London Gazette" contains the follow- ing:-Tli,a creditors of the Caepontbren Col- liery Company, Ltd., are required before the 2nd April to send particulars of their debts or claims to Mr. Alfred Stephens, of Kidwelly, the liquidator of the company. On Easter Tuesday the Band of Hope children at Dock Chapel had their annual tea. and a miscellaneous entertainment was held in the evening. During the afternoon the Bands of Hope of Betlxania and Dock Chapels paraded together the principal streets of the district. The s.s. Amethyst was loaded with a carsro of Llangenneeh coal. for the British Admiralty at the North Dock on Tuesday. The coal is intended for the Home Fleet." Messrs. Thos. Williams and Behenna are to be congratula- ted upon having secured the shipment of Ad- miralty coal for the first time in Llanelly. Llanelly artistes were heard to advantage at the annual grand concert held at Capel Mair, Cardigan, on Good Friday, the Mayor presiding over a crowded audience. Each item in the first part was encored. Soprano, Madame Morris, Ammanford: violinist, Miss S. A. Williams: teno", Mr. Richard Thomas; bass, Mr. J. Amos Jones; accompanist, Miss Meudwy Davies. We are pleased to note that Mr David Rees. the choir conductor at Adulam, Felinfoel, has blossomed forth for some time past as an .eisteddfod adjudicator, and, so far, he has given entire satisfaction whenever his services have been requisitioned. On the 19th inst. lie adjudicated at Pontyates, and on Good Friday he rendered valuable services in a similar capacity at Llangadog. We wish him every success in future. LLANELLY DETACHMENT. 4Tif B \TTA LION WELSH REGIMENT. --Orders for week ending April 6th, 1910:—Orderly officer. Capt. A. L. Bowen; orderly N.C. officers. Sergt. J. Davies and Corpl. W. Keenan; orderly bugler. Lance-corporal Williams. Tuesday, Company training at 7.30 p.m.; transport, machine gun sections, and band to attend; service dress. Friday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, recruit drill at 7.30 p.m.; plain clothes. Miniature prac- tice, Friday and Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. Pro- ficiency class, Monday evening, 7.30 p.m. There are vacancies in the detachment for re- cruits.—By order,W. Bramwell Jones, Capt., commanding Llanelly Detachment. Professor Farmer, F.R.S., has been engaged for some time editing a standard work on "Nature Study," and the sixth volume, deal- ing with the geology section, was published Jast Monday week, which was writtim by Prof W. W. Watts, M.A.. D.Sc.. F.R.S.. being 311 exceedingly comprehensive work. Mid he. was therefore ohlig-éd to engage an assistant to take charge of the diagrams and map sections to illustrate the work. This pari wa§ entrus- ted to Mr. Will .Ionas (son of Mr. Henry Jones. Union Inn. Felinfoel). vh.i was for- merly assistant tea-; her at the Llanellv Higher Elementary School. bi:v left for "Lie pur- pose of prosecuting his srucies at Im- perial College of Sd ;»(•» and Tcchrj.-l:^y. South Kensington. Wo fael sure his many friends will join vs. in heartily -congratulating him upon his -appointment to such an impor- tant- position. WELSH FIELD CO.. R.E. — Urders for week ending officer. 2nd- Lieutenant H. E. Trubshav. orderly N.C. officers, Sergt. T. Lloyd, Seeond-corooral T. J. Thomas Monday, 4th, signalling class at 7.30 p.m. Tuesday 5th, prsctictl ins traction in pontoon bridging at Headquarters, at 7.30 p.m. Mounted duty X.C.O. and.1 drivers for Tuesday, 5tli, Lan.ee-corpora! W. Mitchell, Drivers D. M. Williams. P. n-n;s. E. R. Drivers B. Griffiths. D. B. Marks. T. A. Morris. Saturdav 2nd,Morris Tube practice at Murray Street Range, at 7 p.m. All members who have not. completed must attend, without fail, this being the last opportunity. Notice.—A I few recruits wanted in the dismounted branch. Men with suitable trades required. The Sports Committee will meet at Head- quarters, Hall Street, at 7 p.m. 011 Thursday, 31st instant.-Signed. R. A. Nevill, major, O.C. Welsh Field Co. R.E.


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