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BURRY PORT.I

KIDWELLY.

TRIMSARAN.. 1

FELINFOEL. I -I

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FELINFOEL. I I There was a general note of sadness throughout the district on Saturday morning when the terrible injuries sustained by Mr D. Griffiths, Tram Road. whilst travelling on the Mynydd M'awr workmen's train, became known. Even the intrepid colliers, who are accustomed to terrible sights, were sickened by the ghastly spectacle. However, they worked heroically to ease the pain of their fellow- workman, and evedyone lost a day's work in I order to convey the mangled form of the vic- tim to the Llanellv Hospital, where lie died within a. few hours. Deceased, who was 35 years of age. was a devoted husband and kind father, aUfl his loss will be keenly felt by the widow and three young children. The fune- ral. which look place on Tuesday, u as exceed- ingly large, hundreds of colliers being present. The Rev Philip Jones, Capel Newydd, officia- ted at the, house, and at the graveside the Rev B. Humphreys referred feelingly to the sad occurrence, while the Rev. T. Johns, Hotel), closed the service with, prayer. xh-°e children have passed away this week. On Thursday last the ifve-year-old son of Mrs M. Williams. Western Row. passed away, and 1 Fridav the infant daughter of Mr. W. J. Harrv. Trebuan, passed away very suddenly. On Saturdav the one-year-old son of Mr. Hop- kin Evans. Brndeg. died. Considerable sym- pathy is felt with the parents. l?, .t l iv is fc -,t vI,*tli tli, parci.i,-?Z. Quarterly meetings were held at Adulam Chapel on Sunday afternoon. The Rev. B. Humphreys presided, and the following took part:—Songs, Susie Daniel,, L. Dorothy Daniel, r '7,zie Sees, and Master Dan Bees: recitations, Misses Emilv Davies, Getta Williams. May B;bards, and Iet'tia Price. Masters L. D. Williams. Alfred B.nlg-r, Mervyn Badger. n. .l?'cph Davics. H?I.ertDavies. and Edgar Price. The i-.ovs?ndg?rls, conducted by Mr. I 1). R-es. also rendered choruses, and a num- ber of children went through a. catechism, the questioner being Mr. T..Richards. Miss Cvl?dve Jenkins.. Isfryn House, was on Sm'davni?ht.at Adu?m) Chur'el, the re- cip'ent of a handsome Bible on her departure I to Talgarth., Brecon, to take up an appoint, ment as headmistress. Mr. S. C. Ellis, "R^rw^o House, was one of the Llanellv and District representatives at the N.U.T. conference at Plymouth last week. -0- It is estimated that about £ 140 was cleared fit the Bazaar b' st w-ak. s" that the Hall and Library is now free from debt. The?inmng ?u?nb?''s is f,-e,, fr, were 1450, 398, ill tl, 1450, 398, 10C5. 524, 67, 552, 1454, 1010, 1518.

IDAFEN.

I I LLWYNHENDY AND DISTRICT.

LLANGENNECH.

PONTYBEREM. I

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I -I LLANELLY SHIPMENTS.I

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