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TRIMSARAN. I Theusnat Good Friday services were held in Llandurry Church. Mr. and Mrs. Graham placed their passenger train at the disposal of the people in the morning" and ev ening, so as to enable those who wished to attend to do &o. "Actions speak louder than words," On Easter Sunday at. Llandurry Church there was a fully choral communion. At Tabernacle half-yearly services were held on Easter Sunday, when powerful ser- mons were delivered by the Revs. I). Jjones, Crynant, a.d M(-)i--g,.),ns, Penygroes. The weather was sud, th:n a very large number of people congregated from far and near. —o— We are sorry lo have to record the death of the beloved baby of the Rev. and Mrs. Rees, and also the baby of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel. Keynant. We tender theiii our heart-felt, sympathy. A hedging match took place at Moat Farm on Easter Monday, when the prizes were awarded as below:—Champion class: 1, Wil- liam Jones, Llandefeilog: 2, MonkH, Llan- saint; 3, Stephen David, Tygwyn, Pinged; 4, David Davies, Caedu. Waunhaglan; 5, William Junes, Caeplwnp: 5, John Gravell, Trimsaran. Boys' class: Richard Davies, Tygwyn, Pinged. Judges. Mr. Robert Stone, Llwynhendy, and Mr. W. Davies, Gwendraeth. S ( .? T. K D. I

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