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Shop Assistants' Union.I

Attacked on the Highway. I

Theatrical in Trouble.

Railway Company Defrauded.

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I ? MUSTARD AND CRESS. i „ Miss Stepney opened the Felinfoel Bazaar on Tuesday. The Llanelly Royal Choir is stated to be at sixes and sevens. Lord Tiverton was amongst the spectators at ndey on Tuesday. The Urban District Council and Board of Guardians elections will take place. Mon- day. The Llanelly Royal Choir will leave New York on Wednesday next for their homeward journey. Mr. Percy Bush has played his last yame of football for Cardiff. He left f or Names on Tuesday. The great attraction for Whit-Monday will lie the Tradesmen's Show at Stradey. and. Llanellyites can look forward to another ex- cellent exhibition. The local delegates at the annual confer- ence of the National Union of Teachers, which is being held at Plymouth this week, are Mr. S. C. Ellis, Mr." W. R. Saer, Miss A. Francis, and Miss Johnson. At Tabor Chapel (Soar Branch), Bryn. all parochial and other notices are stuck on a water butt close to the front, entrance. The person who conceived this idea must have been hoary with antiquity. Mr. Herbert Newark, Market. Street, is en- deavouring to secure the portraits of the fol- lowing for the Librar:Dr. J. Rowlands (Moriah), J. R. Morgan (Lleunvg*. R. D. Roberts (Soar), Llwynhendy. and John Har- ries. Stepney Street. So successful was the tour of the Cambrian Glee Singers in the States last season, that. they have received a long series of bookings tor concerts in some of the principal Amen- can cities. They will leave in September next under the management of Mr John Stephens, Swansea, Mr Richard Thomas, Llanelly, again being the conductor. Tb old Welshman was driving back from the cemetery with his nephew after burying his wife. "Well, Dai bach, she's gone." said the L:21'ea ed husband. The nephetv assented dutifully. "She was very careful of me for forty years," said the relict. The nephew said thai was so. "And, do you know," continued the mourner, "towards the last I had almost got to like her, mini." Sir. Llewelyn Williams, M. P., has convribu- i-efi To the "Spectator" a list of eminent. Welshmen. He has omitted the name of Sir Noah Thomas, who was born at Xeatli in 1720. The son of Hopkin Thomas, a sea captain. Sir Noah Thomas was educated at Oakliam and St. John's College, Cambridge, where he took the degree of M.D. in 1753. and where his portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds is still to be seen. He was appointed Physician Extraor- dinar'y to George III. in 1763, and knighted in 1775.