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PRESENTATION AT BURTON.

COUNTY SCHOOL GOVERNORS.

FOOTBALL.

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PEMBROKE BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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SHOCKING PEMBROKE CASE.

THE LEES-THOMAS WEDDING.

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THE LEES-THOMAS WEDDING. LIST OF PRESENTS. In our last issue we gave a report of the wedding of Mr. W. E. Lees, of Snailton, Dale, and Miss Elsie Thomas, daughter of alderman and Mrs. Thomas, of Llandovery. The follow- ing is a list of the presents:— Bridegroom to bride, diamond ring; bride to bridegroom, gold albert; bridegroom to brides- maids, gold bangles; bride's mother, house- hold linen, etc.; bride's father, cheque; Mr. and Mrs. D. Rice-Thomas, London (bride's 1 brother and sister-in-law), solid silver cake basket; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harris, Norfolk (bride's sister and brother-in-law), real ostrich feather and pair of silver pepperettes; Misses Evelyn and Muriel Thomas, Belmont (bride's sisters), hand-painted Foley china tea service; Miss liene (Dolly) Thomas, Belmont (bride's sister), silver toast rack and carved stand; Mrs. Lees (Dale), cut glass and silver butter cooler; Mr. Lees (bridegroom's father), cheque; Miss Helen Lees (Dale), butter knives in case; Mr. and Mrs. Swinburne, Pembroke Dock (bridegroom's sister and brother-in-law), cheque; Mr. Hopkins (Llandilo), drawing-room clock and ornaments; Miss Howells (Skewen), plush and silver photo frame; Mr. J. W. Richards (Castle-street, Swansea), silver and shell butter cooler and knife; Mr. and Mrs. E. Price-Griffith (Cardiff), silver serviette ring; alderman and Mrs. Charles P. Lewis (Llandin- gat Hall, Llandovery), plush ,md solid silver mirror; Mrs. Davies (Orchard-street, Llan- dovery), cheque; councillor and Mrs. Roberts (Jubilee Crown Stores, Llandovery), pair of large vases; Mr. and Mrs. G. Prothero-Davies, Pembroke Dock (bride's uncle and aunt), silver egg stand and spoons; Miss Marie Davies (Plas-y-wenallt, Llanwrda), pair of frosted gliss vases, silver-mounted; Mr. and Mr Morton (ETskine House, Llandovery), Foley china afternoon tea service; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander (Penyrock, Llandovery), double damask table cloth; Miss Isaacs (The Elms, Llandovery*, plate basket; Mies Mary Jcnes (Brynawel, Llandrindod Wells), cheque; Miss John (College-road, Llandovery), ruby glass sugar basin in silver stand; Miss Jones (Post office, Llandovery), flower pot; Miss Miriam Davies (Cwmdwr), fancy glass trinket dish on silver stand; Mr. and Mrs. Rees Jones (Din y- Park), cheque; Miss Lily Stephens (Stone- street, Llandovery), oak tea tray; Mr. and Mrs. Bowen (Water-street, Llandovery), ho liton and linen afternoon tea cloth; Mrs. Rees (Talrhyn), cushion; Miss Thomas (Crescent House, Llan- dovery), china sweet dish on silver stand; Mrs. Richard Thomas (High-street, Llandovery), pair of glass vases, silver-mounted; Miss I Gladys Jones (Queen-street, Llandovery), ruby glass sugar basin and cream jug; A Friend, I cresce-at china sugar basin and cream jug in I silver stand; councillor and Mrs. Perrott (Waterloo House, Llandovery), double damask table cloth and table serviettes; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Michael (The Old Bank, Llandovery), glass marmalade pot on silver stand; Mr. and Mrs Edgar Groome (Port Talbot), silver hot water jug; MIf. and Mrs. Hutchison (Wood- ford Green, Essex), large pewter rose bowl; Miss Jones (Alma House, Llandovery), Royal Devon china bon-bon dish in silver stand; Miss Williams, (Velindre, Llandovery), hall gong; Miss Evans (Store Street, Llandovery), china trinket; Dr. and Mrs. Rosser (Violet Cot- tage, Llandovery), Austria-Hungarian drawing- room ornament; Mrs. Roderick (Wheat Sheaf, Llandovery), table serviettes; alderman J. R. James (Albert House, Llandovery), two pairs of solid silver serviette rings in case; Miss Nicholas (Orchard-street, Llandovery), honiton lace and linen table centre; Miss Katie Davies (Orchard-street, Llandovery), pair of old- fashioned plates; Mr. and Mrs. T. Phillips (Dale), silver sugar tongs; Mrs. Russell, Car- marthen (bridegroom's aunt), half-dozen dessert spoons; Mr. Evans (tiaveriorawest), one pair of boots; Mr. Biradshaw (Dale), cheque; Rev. and MTS. Eaton (Dale), set of carvers and steel, silver-mounted in case; Miss Hazelby (Neuadd House, Llandovery), pair of large vases, blown glass; Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Griffiths (Penygawsse, IJandovery), green and gold table cover; Masters Jimmie and Frankie Dann (High-street, Llandovery), brass ink- stand and letter rack (combined); Miss Bessie Davies (Orchard-street, Llandovery), cup and saucer on plush bracket; Mr. and Mrs. T. Davies (Xeachley, Salop), silver cake saw with pearl handle; Mr. WaHea- D. Davies, London and Provincial Bank, Swansea (bride's cousin), cheque; Mr. and Mrs. J. Nicholas (High-street, Llandovery), cheque; Miss Shaw (Waterloo House, Llandovery), fancy cloth; Miss Gladys Olwen Morgans (Half Moon, Llandovery), solid silver jam spoon; Miss Sallie Davies (Neuadd, Llanwrda (pair of silver mounted glass vases; Miss Hilda Richards (Fountain House, Llan- dovery), china teapot and candlestick; Mr. and Mrs. T. Ll. Morgan,, (Medical Holl, Llan- dovery), fancy cloth; Miss Williams (Whit land), old-fashioned vase; Miss Evans (College- road, Llandovery), pair of opal vases, hand- painted Miss Jones (Rhosyhedw), pair of silver and glass salt oellars; Mrs. Williams (Cab, High-street, Llandovery), pair of cut glass wine decanters; W. H. Jones, Esq. (National Pro- vincial Bank, Llandovery), framed etching; Mr. Morgan Williams (Velindre, Llandovery), cheque; Mr. D. Loyalty Williams (National Provincial Bank, Llandovery), silver-plated bread platter; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Rees, Cardiff (bride's cousins), pewter card tray; Misses Williams and Rees, Cardiff (bride's cousins), pewter sauce boat and ladle; Mr. D. L. Rees, Cardiff (bride's cousin), silver bread fork; Miss Bessie Evans (Brynteg, Llandovery), silver and plush photo frame; Mrs. Jones (Alma House, Llandovery), silver teapot; Mrs. T. Davies (Wenallt, Llanwrda), Worcester chiina teapot and hot water jug; Mrs. Lewis (Erwheilu Cynghordy), pair of blown glass vases; Miss Nellie Morgans (Castle Hotel, Llandovery),

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A MR. MOSELY'S VISIT TO CANADA.

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PEMBROKE BOARD OF GUARDIANS.