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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I DANIEL EVANS, Lakefield Place, Shipping Agent for all principal lines ta all parts of the world. 3867 CANADA.For che,.tpost rates and best routes apply to J. Vaughan Evans, emigration agent, Llanelly. 7738 Mr. Daniel Thomas, aged 54, ironmonger, Loughor, was found suspended by a rope from the ceiling of his house on Tuesday morning. A young man named Benjamin Evans, living in the Kidwelly district, was brought to the Llanelly Hospital on Friday with a gun-shot in his foot. PALMISTRY.—Madame Zippia, Certificated and Diplomed Palmist, gives full reading and best advice. One fee only, Is. Only address- Arcade, Llanelly. 7677 The Lianelly and District Band of Hope Union will hold its annual demonstration on Saturday next. All bands meet at the Town I Hall Square at 2.30 p.m. Anniversary services were held at Moriah Chapel on Sunday last and Monday evening Powerful sermons were delivered by the Rev. W. R. Lewis, Pembroke, and Rev. W. T. Francis, Aberdare. An opportunity for all to hear Miss Rees, Dowlais, the winner of the "Western Mail" I Musical Scholarship. Capel Newydd folks have been lucky enough to secure her services for the opening of the new organ on Tuesday, May 24th. Mr. Austin Jenkins, registrar of the South Wales and Monmouthshire University Col- lege, has just received a subscription of zElOO towards the Building Fund of the University College from Mr. Samuel Williams, M.D., oi Caeglas, Lianelly, an old student of the College. LLANELLY RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION. —The first annual meeting will be held at the Town Hall on Tuesday evening next, May I 10th. Chair to be taken at 7.30 p.m. by Evan Evans, Esq. Ratepayers desirous of becom- ing members can be enrolled at the meeting. -W. P. Rees, J. H, Williams, joint sees. 7768 The composite-built salvage steamer "Al- bert," built at Llanelly in 1870, has been sold to East Cowes owners for about £ 500. j The Llanelly Temperance Choir has a few vacancies for contralto voices. All the other parts are full up. First practice en May 8th, at 8 p.m., at Tabernacle Schoolroom. The committee in charge of the concert for i the benefit of the widow of vhe late John Brazell, which will be held on May 2(th, are working energetically to make it the success .1j it deserves to be.

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