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KIDWELLY. I A rather bad accident befel Dr. Howcli.. >f Trimsaran. on Tuesday afternoon. Whilst, driving in his trap, the horse fell, and he was thrown with much force to the ground, and sustained serious injuries to his back and head. Drs. Roderick, Llanelly, and Griffiths, Kidwelly. were at once called up. It is sin- cerely hoped that the popular doctor's injuries are not of a permanent character, and that liE will soon be aide to lie about again. I On Saturday evening there was a large as- semblage at the Lodge Room. New Inn, pre- sided over by Councillor David Rowlands, for the purpose of presenting Mr Daniel Thomas with a handsomely-bound volume of "<h'iV iadui* Charles" and a beautiful pipe and tobacco pouch, on the occasion of his leaving Kidwelly to take up a position at the St. David's# Works, Loughor. Laudatory speeches were delivered during the evening by Mr. S. Evans, T.C., Mr. James Jones (Perenog), Mr. William Nicholas, Mr. Tom Mansell, Mr. E. G. Harries-, and others. The articles .were handed to Mr. Thomas by the following, on behalf" of the subscribersIhe book bv Mr. James Jones (Perenog), who at the same time read verses he had specially composed for the occasion, and which will be found in our Welsh columns: the pipe by Mr. William Smith, assorter; an! the pouch by Mr Henry Evans. The recipient thanked his Ividwelly friends for their kindness, and said that he had spent a most happy and pleasant, time amongst them. During the evening Mr. D. Beynon gave a capital recitation. A hearty Fote of thanks to the Chairman brought the meeting to a close. I —r> — It is "itli regret we have, to chronicle the death, on Thursday last, of Desmond, the eldest son of Dr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald Arthur. Ladi-wen, after only a few days' illness (peri- tonitis) ,agedl5yesrs. Desmond was a most II i?righi and promising boy, and was great ly liked by all who came in contact with him. His funeral took place on Monday, and was private, the interment being at Llandcfeilog churchyard, the Rev T. Jones, vicar, feolmgly officiating. In church and again at the graveside the children of the Ll-mdonyuog Natlon-at School. by Mr J. !». Jones, saner most sweetly the hymns "The»'e s >». ['"end for !e chiidi'eo" and. "Op the Rcsnnvi n<< Th-.} ,2;"a ve hod beer! nv-ly ne- ooratco with moss, ivy, ami ;c imr"c.. i-:i;:o friends, and lovely flowers were sent by the I Misses Cattley, Air. Wilfred Cattley (Liver- I pool), Miss Eva Bramley-Moore, Capt. and I Mrs..ienuings UJeilydeg), Mr. and the Misses Price (Glamnorlais), Mrs. Tardy (Piaswenallt), Miss Levshon, "Willie Griffiths" (Piaswenallt). "Li;;z,ie" (Ladiwen), etc. From his father and mother there was a lovely anchor, and from his brothers and sisters, a harp with a broken string, and a tine wreath. Much sympathy is felt with the bereaved family. Dr. Arthur is well known as the Welsh representative of the Minim ax Fire Extinguisher Co., of London. The annual meeting of the Kidwelly Cricket Club was held on Friday last, Mr. J. Thomas, Velindre, presiding over a. good gathering of those devoted to the game. Mr. A. Stephens, C.C., Broemhill, was elected president for the coming year, and Dr. Griffiths captain, N,. itli Mr. W. Dunn Davies as vice-captain. Mr. T. H. Morris was elected lion, treasurer, and Mr William Thomas unanimously re-eleeted hon. secretary. A splendid field ha.s been secured this year from the president, and situate near the railway station. The following have been appointed ground committee-Messrs. W. Walters, Rees Lloyd, D. J. Hughes, Gwilym Morgan, W. Hughes, David Conniff, W. Evans, John Harries, and W. Thornburn. A very successful season is anticipated. The hon. secretary, who is most energetic always, is now "busy arranging fixtures. It was also resolved to revive the second eleven dropped las-t year, and Mr. Bertie Mansell was elected hon. secretary of the second eleven. Mr Man- sell is now ariaiiging fixtures, and he will be -lad to hear from teams in the district wishing to meet the Kidwelly 2nd XI. -0- I On Thursday of test week, acting on infor- mation received, P.C. D. J. Davies arrested a woman named Florence Davies, an employee in the travelling circus that visited Kidwelly that day, on the charge of stealing a skirt at Troedyrhiw, Merthyr. The woman was taken to Merthyr on Friday, and. brought up before the Stipendiary there. She said she took the skirt in mista'ke, it having become mixed up with her own clothing on the bed. She pleaded for leniency, as she intended returning the skirt when she got back to the district. She was fined 20s. or. in default, 14 days' im- prisonment.



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