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I BURRY PORT. The prospects of the g day Eisteddfod are exceedingly bright. The secretary. Mr. William Griffiths, will be pleased to forward programmes to intend- ing competitors on receipt of post card. ?i)g )n oi p,)st The competition in the children's choirs will be exceptionally keen. Ten choirs have al- ready entered. Floiir cl oii-,?i agl,,i 'I Arnold's Reduced Prices. Fiour down again  (?rvit,,i,ls, 2,l d —2s. 8d. per score: Large Crvstals, 2?d; Granu- tated??d.: Best Lump, 2btL: 2111. Pot Mixed Fruit Jams for and 2 lb. Pot Raspberry and Strawberry for 8d.—Arnold's Stores. 7624 —<)— I The Burry Port contingent of the Llaneily Royal Choir was given a hearty reception at. the G.W.R. Station upon their return on Wednesday evening of last week. Upon tlieir return a banquet was given at the Gwendraeth Hotel on Tuesday evening. A full report will he published next week. On Sunday next, at ilie Tabernacle Welsh Baptlt Chapel, a rehearsal will be held prior to the singing festival which is to be held on Tuesday next, when Mr. Emlyn Davi-es, Lon- don, will conduct. -0- The operations at Rbiwlas with regard to the water scheme have, we understand, proved successful. -0- The funeral of the late Mr. John Owen. New Street, whose death was recorded in our last issue, took place on Friday afternoon last, and a large number attended to pay a last token of respect, to the deceased gentleman. The services at the house and at the graveside wereeonductwj by the Rev. John Rogers. The other officiating ministers were the Revs John Owen (Bethany), J. I-I. "Rees (Zion and Carmel) R. Ellis Williams (Tabernacle), Elias Evans (Stepney Road English Baptist), D. E. Harries (English Congregational), D. Jones, B.A. (vicar of Pembrey) — Owen (Kidwelly), W. Jenkins (Kidwelly), (— Jones (Libanus, Pwll), D. Davies (Gowerton). The procession was one of the largest ever witnessed, in the district. Nearly all the tradesmen, of the town attended the funeral as a last tribute to a respected citizen, and as the procession wended its way .to the chapel the streets we)'e lined with a I large number of sympathetic onlookers. All the business, houses were closed, and the blinds of every bouse along the route were lowered. The chief mourners were:—Mrs. J. Owen (widow). Mr and Mrs David Dunn, Miss Fanny Dunn. Miss Mary Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wil- lianis (Llaneily), Mr and Mrs T. Owen (Gower- tun), Rev. and Mrs. D. Williams (Maen- j clochog), Mr. and M!rs. Daniel Price (Burry jj ¡ Port), Mrs. Jenkins (New Street), Miss M. J. 1 Jenkins. Messrs. W. Mark Jenkins, R..T. Jell- kins, Mr. and Mrs..James Dunn, Miss Bowen (Ystrad), Mr. Bo-wen (Leeds), Miss Bowen (Reading), etc., etc. As the mourners pro- ceeded from tlie chapel, the organist (Mr. W. (T. Robert) pL?ved the "Dead March" in "Saul." The bearers were Messrs E .J. Bowen, Thomas Daviesi (Pemberton Avenue), Thomas Dunn, Fnmk King, A.C., Charles Morse, and W. T. RO,(l't. Some beautiful noral tributes were sent • by the following:—Mrs. Owen (widow), Mr. and Mrs. David Dunn, "Fanny and Mary," Dr. and Mrs. Owen WiHiams, Mr and Mrs. Howell (New Lodge), members of Jenl<\J.lem ell">. members of Jerusalem Band of Hope. The coffin was made of plain -oak, with brass mountings, and supplied by Mr. John Wiliiams, Gorse Rord. Mrs. Owen de- sires to acknowledge the- numerous messages of sympathy she has received. Will the friends kindly accept this? Now Is the time for Spectacles. Can you read this without straining the eyes in some way? If you can't, you mu'st have Spectacles. John Walters, Chemist, Optician. &c, opposite the Station. has a special room for testing the ftyes. Watch. the children how- they read. { »






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