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TRIMSARAN. The death occurred on Friday evening of Mr John Griffiths, Pelican. The deceased, who was 78 years of age. was well known and highly respected. He was a great co-operator and for many, years was the chairman of the Co-operative Society in this village, and also one of the pioneers of the Trade Union move- uient' at Gowerton, with Mabon, M.P. In politics lie was a staunch Liberal. The fune- ral took placc on Tuesday at Petnbrey Church- yard. We extend our sympathy to his child- ren in their sorrow. Mr. David Williams, cashier, occupied the chair at the competitive concert held at the Council Schools on Saturday. The conductor was Mr. Tom Grififths, Llanelly. The adjudi- cators were M. r. Dan S. Evans and Mr. Tom Griffiths, Llanelly, music and literature re- spectively. Mr. D. R. Williams, Pembrey, was the accompanist; Mr. David Harries and Mr. William John were secretary and trea- surer. The awards were:—Pianoforte solo, under 15: Master D. J. Lewis, Woodville House. Pontyeates Girl's solo, under 15: Miss E. M. Davies, Paten, Llanelly. Boy's solo, under 15: divided between Master W. Vauglian Treharne" Pwll, Llanelly, and Master J. H. Rees, Trimsaran: second prize, Master W. H. Thomas, Sea View, Burry Port. Recita- tion, under 15: divided between Masters J. E. Hughes, Tiritnparan, and Albert Gravelle, Burry Port. Soprano solo: Miss M. Morgan, Burrv Port. Contralto solo: Miss A. Eynon, Trimsaran. Tenor solo, Mr. Rhys Llewellyn Rees. Tnmsarin. Juvenile choir: Carwav (conductress, Miss V. V. Gilbert). Recitation; Mr. Willie Lloyd. Trimsaran. Bass solo: -Mr. Ben David, Trimsaran. Champion solo. Miss Maggie Morgan. Port. Quartette: Mr. John How-ells, Pembrey Village, and friends. Duett.: divided Mr. Ben David and friend, and m>. Walter Bevnon, Pontyeates, and friend. h v' f .-i-oral: Pembrey Village (conductor, Mr J. II. Morgan). At Llandilo. on Wednesday uf last week, the County Main Roads Committee met—when I ug'in obliged to on. the' cross-benches below the .gangway, of course subject to the closure. "We shall all so to glory quick enough, but we don't want to go there too soon," wa.s Mr. Gwynne Hughes's original way of directing attention at the above committee to a piece of bad road in the Llandilo district. Nevertheless. why is it that there, is such a good road from the Stag and Pheasant to good road fi-oiti tli(?, ,? ,a g and Phea,,ai)t to Miss Gwladys To bit Evans, of Saruati. Hen- Ran. Cardiganshire, has already edited for publication the "History of the Rebecca Riots, written by her late father, Mr. Henry Tobit Evans, who spent, many years of his life in making the work complete and as accu- rate as possible. He interviewed many people who had personal experi uiic-e of the riots. Shelley, in his poems, wrote: "I am a rebel now, and shall he a rebel until things change." In connection with, the Welsh poultry in dustry a public meeting will be'held at the Stepney Arms Hotel, Llanelly, at 8.30 p.m. on Friday next, when an address will be delivered by Mr. Edward Brown. A demonstration car will arrive at the Station at 4.13 p.m., which will be open, to the inspection of visitors. Various classes of eggs, dead poultry, etc., will be displayed. We are paying annually six million pounds for foreign eggs The balance sheet of the Ancient Order of Foresters Court, Trimsaran, No. 5959, held at the Miner's Arms, for the year 1909, came 10 lny hand, and I was very pleased, when look- ing over it, that thare a're 126 members, and. their funds amount to £ 1071 13s. 7d. Young men cannot do better than join such a club, because there is nothing like preparing for a rainy day. Mr. John Johns, Parceitliin, the new chairman of the County Council, is a member, of the above society, and I am .S.f,rry I to le?rnthHt he is very seriously indisposed. T. E. D. j


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