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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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shaded silk teapot cosy; Mrs. Jones (Three Horse Shoes, Llandovery), cut glass dish; Mr. D. E. Jones (Llanwrtyd Wells), case of solid silver jam spoons; Misses Williams (Erryd, Llandovery), fruit dish on silver stand; Mrs. Morgans (Water-street, Llandovery), coloured glass jam dish in silver stand; Miss Madge Deans (Post Office, Llandovery), china fruit dish; Miss Rachel Morgans (Ystradwalter, Llandovery), sideboard cloth; Mrs. Williams (Cefynhirfryn), cheque; Mr. and Mrs. H. Vaughan Watkins (Tycerrig, Llandovery), glass and solid silver knife rests in case; Dr. and Mrs. Evan Jones (Goswell-road, London), cheque; Mrs. and Misses Lewis (Mile End, Llandovery), a present; Miss Davies (Oak House, Llandovery), silver hatpin and ring stand; Miss Maggie Williams (New-road, Llan- dovery), old-fashioned dish; Miss Morgan (headmistress Council Infant School, Llan- dovery), silver-mounted calendar; Mr. Rhys W. Price (Plasyderwen, Llandovery), silver fruit spoon in case; Mrs. M. J. Williams (Orchard- street, Llandovery), tray cloth; Master Joe, Williams (Orchaxd-strect, Llandovery), china cheese dish; Messrs. Jenkins and Sons (High- street, Llandovery), pair of satin bedroom slippers; Mr. G. Anthony (Stone-street, Llan- dovery), ebony hofrseshoe hall bracket and brushes, Miss Carrie Jones (Alma House, Llandovery), silver jam spoon; Miss Amelia Thomas (Bailyglas), cheque; Miss Sybil Rees (Talgarth Farm, Llandovery), hand-painted flower bowl; A Friend, fruit knives and forks in case; An Old Friend, silver tea spoons in case; The Members of the Memorial Chapel Sunday School, beautifully bound Cambridge teacher's Bible and companion; Mrs. Evans (Temple of Fashion, Treorky), double damask table cloth; Miss Annie Daniels (Orchard- street, Llandovery), a present; Mrs. Perkins (Castle-street, Haverfordwest), silver tea tray; Miss Lily Williams (Aberystwyth), a present.; Mrs. D. Thomas (High-street), a cruet stand.

THE LATE MR. H. W. WILLIAMS,…

. COLLISION IN THE BRISTOL…

A MR. MOSELY'S VISIT TO CANADA.

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I TO CORREPONDENTS.

PEMBROKE BOARD OF GUARDIANS.