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) SALE NOW ON AT LL. REES JONES, MARKET HALL CARMARTHEN. Comprising Ladies and Children's Millinery, Flowers and Feathers, | Laces, Embroideries and Trimmings. Special Reductions will be made in Ladies Costumes, Silk Coats, Dust Coats, Corsets and Umbrellas. Blouses of Every Description will be offered at exceptionally Low Prices. A Large Assortment of Fancy Neckwear, Gloves, Belts, Hosiery and Underlinen to be cleared regardless of cost. Dress Materials, Household Drapery and Furnishing Goods, etc., at Greatly Reduced Prices. NOTICE I e. a' HOME SERVICE FORTHE DURATION OFTHE WAR. Any Man who has been enlisted and discharged since the commencement of the War. who wishes now to re-enlist in the Infantry for Home Service only, should send his name, number, previous regiment, and present address, to the nearest Recruiting Officer. A- H S r-V 0 0 IF-i 3M rZ 7 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER & CONTRACTOR GARFORTH, BARN ROAD, CARMARTHEN. Electric Lighting and Power, Private Plant, Bells and Telephones a Speciality: OW All Business will receive my Personal Attention. BOOKBITO ESTABLISHED IS54. DAVID TiTOslLLIAMS IBOOIKIIBIlNriDIEIR,, Etc., I CHAPEL ST., CARMARTHEN. Magazines, Periodicals and all kinds of Publications Bound to suit the owner's taste. Hymn Books, Bibles, etc., repaired and re-corered. Books Bound in Publishers' Cases at Publishers' Prices. BOOKBINDING TO THE TRADE. MISSES LEWIS & CLARE, HIGH-CLASS MILLINERS, We have much pleasure In announcing that our Showrooms are now Open, and are repleat with a choice Selection of the Latest Novelties in High-Class Millinery, A Visit of inspection will be greatly esteemed. CAVENDISH HOUSE, 41 King-st., CARMARTHEN. Galvanized Corrugated Sheets. [For Excellence of Quality aud Durability Buy the f Brand, \.éJ Ci ï and for Good Value in GALVANIZED AGRICULTURAL FEEDING REQUISITES AND WIRE NETTING, ask for LYSAGHT'S MAKE. Catalogues and Articles are supplied by any Iron- monger or Agricultural Implement Dealer. "'< The Welshman's Favourite. iMABON Sauce § As good as its Name. I $DON'T FAIL TO GET IT. • 2 S Manufacturers—BLANCH'S, St. Peter St., Cardiff. } llvixxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxyi < J WEDDING CARDS. Anyone requiring the above should, before placing their orders, send for our NEW SPECIMEN BOOK CONTAINING THB CHOICEST DESIGNS OABDB AND pbiois suitable fob ALL CLASSES W. S. MORRIS, Wholesale Grocer, Corn, Flour and Seed Merchant, OA R/HABTHBN. Nat. Telephone, 50. Telegrams, Morris, Merchant Carmarthen." SEND FOR PRICE LIST WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. JEWELLERY REPAIRED LIKE NEW. GILDING AND ELECTRO PLATING. HIGH-CLASS WORKMANSHIP. ESTIMATES GIVEN ALL WORK GUARANTEED AT JOHN WILLIAMS Watchmaker, Jeweller, & Silversmith, 9 Se 10 Lammas Street, CAR.MARTHEN, Established 1S36. SALMON AND FRESHWATER FISHERIES ACT, 1907. TOWY, TAP & LOUGHOR FISHERY (DISTRICT. TO 0 WNERS AND LESSEES of Fisheries, Salmon and Trout Licensees, and other persons interested. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Towy, Taf and Loughor Fishery Board have applied to the Boaard of Agriculture and Fisheries for a Provisional Order under the above-mentioned Act, containing provision* for the following among other purpobes 1. To define the area within which the Order ia to apply. 2. To alter the constitution of the Board of Conservators. 3. To provide for the imposition of contributions assessed on Private Fisheries. "It TliO iaipvol^ivu of Uocuuc duties for fishing for all kinds of fish. 5. To alter or abolish the maximum scale of licence duties. 6. To enable the Board of Conservators to acquire and work fixed engines, etc., and to limit the number of nets to be used in the District, or any part thereof. 7. To provide for returns to be made to the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries by persons takintr fish within the District. 8. To extend the powers of the Board of.Conserv. ators to make Bye-laws for the regulation of the Fisheries within their district, including among other things, the power to prohibit or regulate the use of nets or any specified kind of nets for fishing for Salmon in such waters within the District as be defined in the Bye-law. 9. To make such other modifications in relation to the Fisheries within the District as may appear to the Board of Agriculture and (Fisheries to be desirable. Any person objecting to any of the proposed provisions should forward a statement of his objections to the Secretary, Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, 4 Whitehall Place, London, S.W.. not later than the 21st August, 1915, and should at the same time forward a duplicate of such statement to the undersigned. (Signed) C. H. MORGAN GRIFFITHS, Clerk to the Towy, Taf and Loughor Fishery District. 4 Saint Mary Street, I Carmarthen. TO ADVERTISERS. PREPAID SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING IN THE "REPORTER. No. of One three Six Words. Insertion. Insertions. Insertions. 8d 8d 8d 20 1 0 2 3 36 28 1 6 3 6 4 6 36 2 0 4 0 5 6 44 2 6 4 6 6 6 The above scale only applies to the Situations, To Lets," and "To be Sold by Private Treaty," clases of Advertisements, and must be paid for in, advance, or the ordinary credit rate will be charged. HALFPENNY STAMPS, or Postal or Post Office Orders, payable to M. Lawbknok, at Carmarthen, Replies may be made addressed to the Reportet Office, and will be forwarded to advertisers when stamped envelopes are sent. GROCERY—Smart Improver or Junior wanted immediately.—Apply by letter, giving refer, ences and wages required, to Industrial Co-Operative Society, King Street, Carmarthen. IN MEMORIAM CARDS—We have a large and assorted stock to select from. Prices to suit all classes.—Repoi-ter Office, Carmarthen. JAMES JONES, Billposter and Advertising Agent for Kidwelly and neighbouring Villages. Alli work duly executed. Address .-—Station Road, Kidwelly. YISITING CARDS from Is 6d for 50,; Printed on Ivory Cards.—Reporter Office, Carmarthen. WANTED-A LAD; Good Proispect.-Isipton, T V Carmarthen. WEDDING CARDS—Prices and styles to suit all Classes. Speciment Book, containing the Latest and Choicest Designs, sent on application.— Reporter Office, Carmarthen. WRITING PAPER AND ENVELOPES. Large quantity always in Stook. —Reporter Office, Carmarthen.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Not often does the distinction of producing a Fellow of the University of Wales fall to Carmarthen's lot, and it is with very at pleasure that we congratulate, Mr P. M. Jones, B.A., the son of Mr Arnaud J. Jones, Glyn, on his well earned distinction announced this week. If we remember carrectlv, Dr A. B. Thomas (now lecturer in French at U.C. ) was the last Carmarthen man to earn a simi- lar honour. In spite of ill-health, Mr Jones has had a really brilliant career. After a foundation at the local Grammar School he proceeded to the U.O.W., Aberystwyth, and there graduated with first class honours in French. While there, he gained among other prizes the Keeling Scholarship, and a student- ship, and then proceeded to Balliol College, Oxford, where he continued his studies. After completing his course there, it is his intention to proceed for a further period to the Sor- bonne. at Paris. Mr Jones is a frequent con- tributor to some of the best literary periodi- cals, notably on matters connected with French literature. Many readers will re- member the articles written by him to the "Welsh Outlook" some months back, on Ver- haeren, the Belgian poet, with whom he is in- timate, and translations of some of the work of Verhaeren, and Materlinck, to English verse, which hare appeared from time to time, have also won considerable commendation from literary authorities. May he still con- tinue his upword course. It is a. real pleasure to hear of the success of one who carries his high honours with such extreme modesty as does "P.M."
Sudden Death at Carmarthen
Sudden Death at Carmarthen. MARINER DROPS DEAD IN PHARMACY, < Mr Thoe. Walters, Borough Coroner, held an inquest on Tuesday concerning the death of Daniel Jones (68), a mariner, who died very suddenly in Mr D. King Morgan's shop, 25, King street, the previous evening. David Jones, 28, Priory street, said that the deceased who had no permanent residence, came to his house the previous Thursday. Deceased, who was a temperate man, had en- joyed fairly good health, and never com- plained of any illness. tM r D. King Morgan, chemist, 25, King Bt., said the deceased came to his shop on Monday evening about 8.45 and asked for a box of bile bean pills, which were supplied him. The deceased, who was standing all the time, was relating to witness the details of his la-st voyage, when witness saw the man's head bending forward and Jones fell on to the floor with considerable violence. There was noth- ing to break his fall and the deceased made no noise whatever. Witness sent for Dr Harries, who arrived shortly after the man's death. Witness did not think the fall pro- duced death. The Jury returned a verdict of death from natural causes, probably heart failure, but added there was not sufficient evidence to show the exact cause.
j Local Wedding
j Local Wedding. EMMANUEL-WILLIAMS A pretty wedding was solemnised at the Tabernacle Chapel, Carmarthen, at 11 o'clock on. Wednesday morning between the Rev T. H. Emmanuel, Pastor of Penuel Congrega- tional Church, Ynyshir, and Miss Mattie Wil- liams, of ynholm, Carmarthen. The bride, who was given away by her father, was becomingly attired in ivory silk eoline trimmed with Honiton lace and silver tassels, with hat with Honiton lace and silver tassels, with hat to match, and was attended by two brides- maids—'Miss Dot Williams (sister of the bride) a.nd Miss Dorothy Emmanuel (sister of the brdegroom), who were dressed in ivory crepe- de-chine, trimmed with flounces of liace, with [ hats to match. The duties of Best man were carried out by Mr Lemuel Emmanuel, brother of the bridegroom. The Rev E. Ungoed Thomas officiated, and was assisted by the Rev Berian James, Penygroes, and the Rev Rosser Evans, Ammanford. The happy couple, who were the recipients of very valu- able presents, left by the 2.45 train for Strat- ford-on-Avon, where the honeymoon is to be sent.
The Question of Health
The Question of Health Tho question of health is a matter which ft | .tore to concern us at one time or another when Influenza is so prevalent as it if juet now, so it is well to know what to ta*e to ward off an attack of this unet weak •nine disease, this epidemic catarrh or cold of aa aggravating kind, to combat it whilst under its baneful influence, and particularly attar an attack, for then the system is so lowered as to be liable to the most dangerous of com- plaints. Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitten is acknowledged by all who have given it a fair trial to be the beet specifio remedy dealint with fnfluensa in all its various stages, being a Preparation skilfully prepared with Quinine and accompanied with other blood purifying and enriching agents, suitable for the hrer, digestion, and all those ailments requirina tonic strengthening and nerve increasing propei tiee. It is invaluable for those suffer, ing from oolds, pneumonia, or any serious ill nesa, or prostration caused by atoepiesaness, or worry of any kind, when the body has a general feeling of weakness or lassitude. Send for a copy of the pamphlet of teoti- moniala, whioh carefully read and consider well, then bny a bottle (sold in two sues, 2s 9d and 4a 6d) at yout nearest Chemiat or Stores, bat when purchasing see that the name "Gwilym Evans" is on the label, stamp and bottle, for without which none an genuine. Soie etonl Quinine Bitten Manufacturing Company, Umited, LUnettx South Wales.
MAYORS BELGIAN REFUGEES FUND
MAYOR'S BELGIAN REFUGEES FUND. Mr H. E. Blagdon-Itichards: £6 10s. Zion Presbyterian Church: 1:3. St. Mary's Church: £4 6s. English Congregational Church: 9-1. Parish of St. Peters: 94. Lammas SIt. Chapel: 4. English Baptist Church: 93. Tabernacle Chapd: R.I.
Husband and Wife at Llangunnor
Husband and Wife at Llangunnor CASE WITHDRAWN. At the Carmarthen County Court on Satur- day before Mr Dudley Willi ams-Dr ummond, Hafodneddyn (chairman), Sir Stafford Howard and Mr Thos. Lewis, Mr H. Brunei White referred to the case of Williams v. Williams which had been part I heard at a previous court. At the previous hearing it was suggested that the case should stand adjourned for a month in order that he (Mr White) should bring additional evidence. All he wished to say now was that he wished to withdraw the case. Mr Howell Davies: Of course, that means that the case is dismissed. It was intimated at the last court that if additional evidence were not called the case would be dismissed. The Chairman said that the case would be dismissed. The case had been before the court on the 19th June. Mra Williams, who is the daugh- ter of a school attendance officer at Swansea, had applied for an order against her husband on the ground of cruelty. The defendant who formerly lived at Faohddu, Treleoh, now lives in Llangunnor.
-I-I- LLANFYN YDD. Last Monday was Ffair Gwyl here. The business side seems to be reviving, while the pleasure part ia falling. Last year there were not a score of sheep this year two hundred, and some trade was done. there were no shooting stalls, not even the dyn Ilestri *to make any fun and for the peace of the inha- bitants it was better. he work of collecting eggs for our wounded in this parish is going middling well. A little over two hundred were gathered this and last week. Some farmers gave twenty eggs while others not a single one. When the work is a little more co-operated between the different sects, it will prove more fcucces&t'ul.
Carmarthen Town Concil
Carmarthen Town Concil. The monthly meeting of the Carmarthen Town Council was held at the Guildhall on Tuesday. The Mayor (Mr John Lewis) pre- sided. A NEW FLAGSTAFF. Capt. Everett. of the s.s. "Merthyr" wrote offering a. new flagstaff for the Park in place of the present one which is getting worn out. It was decided to accept the gift with thanks. URBAN AND RURAL. The Carmarthen Rural District Council wrote asking if they could have the use of the steam disinfector and on what terms. Mr Holmes: They would not join us when we were erecting one. Now they want to come in on the cheap. I propose that we make them pay. The Mayor: It will be our terms now. Mr Holmes: Not theirs. The Medical Officer: I don't think you are entitled to make money out of it. You are only entitled to charge them the out of pocket expenses. Mr Holmes: We need not do it at all. Dr Jones: I hope you will. Mr J. B. Arthur: We can take the wear and tear expenses into account. Mr George James: Is it too late to ask them to pay a share towards the cost of erection ? Mr Holmes: It is too late. The Surveyor, in answer to questions, said that the apparatus had cost 1:400. Mr Holmes said that t400 represented 1:18 a year. If these outside bodies were coming in they ought to stand in for a share of the capital expenditure. The Mayor said that klS would only repre- sent the interest. It did not take deprecia- tion into account. A committee was appointed to consider the matter. THE MANURE PROBLEM. A long discussion took place over the need of removing the accumulations of manure from the Remount Department. It appeared that the officer in charge was unable to get it removed. ,Mr John Lloyd said that it was a serious matter as it caused flies to infest the slaughter house. Rev A. F. Mills said that a report had gone out that there had been ringworm amongst the horses, and that had prejudiced many who would otherwise be only too glad to take the manure away. Mr Holmes: It is not our business to get rid of it. It is the business of the people who have the horses there. The Medical Officer said that the officer had failed to get men to remove it. If this were a nuisance, it was the duty of the Corpora- tion to remove it and charge the Departmtnt for it. The Surveyor said that he had gone to some trouble and lie found that men could be pro- cured from the Workhouse. Rev A. Fuller Mills moved that they re- move" the manure a sufficient distance from the town and send in the bill. Mr L. D. Thomas said that the health of the town was at stake. Could they not compel Mr Walker to have it removed. Mr Dunn Williams: If Mr Walker won't take notice of our letters, can't we write to a higher authority. Mr J. B. Arthur moved that the Council apply all the pressure they could to Mr Walker to induce him to remove the manure. Mr J. Lloyd seconded the proposition. The Rev A. F. Mills said that it would be more costly to have an epidemic than to re- remove the manure. Mr T. Davies: Where can we remove it to ? Mr Holmes: To Guildhall square. The Surveyor said that he had seen three farmers cart removing the manure that day. He thought that in a little time it would be all removed. Reference was made to a former resolution of the Council in which they offered to remove the manure at a cost of 5s a day for labour. It was decided to make this offer again to Mr Walker.
Carmarthen Town Concil
they had no power to inspect those who made 1, butter and cheese. Mr T. Davies said that the Council were the biggest offenders. The scavenging carts were going round behind the milk carts in the morning. Mr Dunn Williams asked if the Medical Officer of Health could not enter premises it < lie had reason to believe that a nuisance existed. Dr Jones We have no authority to enter any private houses. Mr Holmes: I have had two or three enter- ing my house. Dr Jones: You should have shut the door in their faces. Mr Holmes: It is all very well talking like f that. It was decided to adopt the resolution as far as the milk sellers are concerned. PORTHGAIX GRANITE. Mr Holmes brought forward the question of ¡ using Porthgain granite on the Quay; and it was decided to get quotations for the material.
NOT A DISUSED BOILER
NOT A "DISUSED BOILER." Rev A. F. Mills referred to a statement he had made at a previous meeting as to a "dis- used boiler" in the yard of Mr H. F. Davies. He found that he had made ainistake. It was not a disused boiler; it was a water tank which was in use. It was a fact however that the children climbed over, and that there was a danger if it remained there. THE V.T.C. Permission was given for the erection of a rifle range in the market for the V.T.C. Mr D. Samuel suggested that the time of the weekly meetings of the Council be changed so that members could attend the drills of the V.T.C. Mr Holmes said that if they would only "cut the cackle" they could attend the meet- ing and get away in time for drill. MILK SELLERS PREMISES. Mr D. Wiliams moved:—"That the In- spector of Nuisances visit and report on all premises such as cowsheds, dairies, etc., of persons in his district who sell milk or make butter or cheese; and that he ascertain and report on the state of such buildings as re- gards cleanliness, drainage, cubic space, light- ing, ventilation and water supply, so as to advise what altera-tions are necessary to meet the requirements of the Milik and Dairies Act 1915." The Medical Officer said that the premises of milk sellers were inspected regularly, and
Paralysed Nerves Another London Wonder-Cure by Dr. Cassell's Tablets Uri. L. Hanson, of 67, Mac;iuley-roa<], Ea»t Ham. Loudon. E.. tlays —" My illness catnc oil with laryngitis. After a time there was a prickling a oil .-at ion all over me; then my knew used to ffive way, and soon I was quite helpless. Allude had gone out of my arms and loss; I coukl not move by myself; could not even speak—I ha,i no power at aU. Everything was done to J restore power; I underwent electrical treat- ment and massage. but not the least benefit resulted. I had been helple* for a!bout *ix months when ray husband Rot roe Dr. Oa?sell's Tajblet-s. Tney did what nothing else had been ••ole to do. Gradually power returned to me; I learned to walk. and speech came back. Kapidly I became my old self again, and at the present time am well and strong." Dr. Cassell's Tablets. .TabI,1s, are » genuine and tested ,*•' fT.ni8 nTrv,e or wcaknea* in old °r young. Compounded of nerve-nutrienU and torn. of indisputably i>nr>r»-(i efTimrv, they are th« rei-ognued modtrn home treatment for NERVOUS BREAKDOWN NERVE PARALYSIS SPINAL PARALYSIS INFANTILE PARALYSIS NEURASTHENIA NERVOUS DEBILITY SLEEPLESSNESS ANAEMIA KIDNEY DISEASE INDIGESTION STOMACH DISORDER MAL-NUTRITION WASTING DISEASES PALPITATION VITAL EXHAUSTION PREMATURE DECAY Hpwially valuable for Nuisirjr Mcxhers, and during the Critical Penoo# of Lift: Chemist* nv. you on receipt of name and addr,»« ancj two penny *»np» 'or «n.| pn king. Address; Dr Cast-cil* Co., Ltd., 418, Cbofier-rood. 'Manchester.
Stitch in Time
Stitch in Time. There is an old saying "A stiitch iu timd saved nine" and if upon tLe first tymptome of anything being Tvrong with our health we weie to resort to aom« simple but proper means of correcting tht mischie*, rinchtcnth* of the suffering that invades oar homes would be avoided. A doao of 0 riJym Evans* Quinine Bitters taken w&en j >1 feel tho of the suffering that invades oar homes would be avoided. A doao of G iritym Eranal Quinine Bitters taken w&en j >1 feel tho least bit out of sorts is ji^st th» t "'stitch in tiaie." Yon can :-et Gwilym 1l 'ans' Qiunine Bittei-a at any Chemists or Stoi as in bottlee, 2s P/d and 4s 6d each, but mmen.ber that the only guarantee of genuinei va is the name [ "Gwilym Evans" ou the la cl, stamp an bottle, without which none ve genuine. Bole Proprietors: Quinine Bitten Manufacturing Company, Limited, Uanclly, South Wale
-< Carmarthenshire Licenses. FOUR FOR COMPENSATION. l The annual meeting of the Carmarthenshire K Licensing Committee was held at the Carmar then Guildhall on Friday. Mr Dudley W, Drummond presided, and the other magis- trates present were: Lieut.-General Sir Jas. Hills-Johnes, V.C., G.C.B., Rev T. Lewis, Mr I R. H. Sampson, Mr A. E .DuBuisson, Mr T. R. Jones, Mr D. L. Jones, and Mr John Lewis (Mayor of Carmarthen). 1 The report of the preliminary meeting showed that it had been decided to refer the following four licenses to the lull meeting:— The Square and Compass, Water street, Car- marthen; the Carpenters Arms, Abergwili; the Drovers Arms, Llanfihangel-ar-Arth; and the Half Moon, Newcastle Emlyn. » All the other licenses referred by the petty j sessional courts were renewed. The first license taicen was that of the Square and Compass, Carmarthen. Mr 11. B. White appeared for the Borough magistrates, y and Mr Martin Richards, Llanelly, for the owners (Messrs Buckley). No application was made for renewal. Formal evidence was given by Mr A. Killick Mayall, Head Con- stable of Carmarthen. The rateable value of the house is t7 10s. There are over a dozen licensed houses within 150 yards. Mr Mayall .said that the customers were mostly of the vagrant class. Mr C. H. Morgan Griffiths appeared on behalf of the magistrates in the case of the Carpenters Arms, Abergwili. Formal evidence was given by Mr Jeremy, clerk to Mr Morgan Griffiths. and by P.C. Evans. The constable said that the rateable value was £ 4 10s, and there were several other houses in the neigh- bourhood. Mr H. Brunei Wrhite, who appeared on be- half of the licensee and lessee, and Mr R. T. P. Williams, Haverfordwest, who appeared on 1 behalf of the owner, raised no objection. In the case of the Half Moon, the evidence was that it was only a "lock-up" and was only open about eight hours a day. Mr D. Roy Ebans appeared on behalf of the magistrates, and Mr D. T. George, on behalf of the owner and licensee. Mr T. Thomas appeared for the owner aud licensee of the Drovers Arms, Llanfihangel-a Arth. The evidence showed that the licensee was not wholly dependent on the house. He farmed 22 acres of land. The Court decided not to renew any of these four licenses. Mr T. R. Mills, valuer to Messrs Buckley, ) valued the Square and Compass license at L375. Mr James, valuer, gave evidence in the Carpenters Arms case; Mr John Evans, Car- digan, in the case of the Half Moon; and Mr Ben Evans, Pencader. in the case of the Drovers Arms. L275 was alllowed in the case of the Square and Compass, all of which goes to the owners as there is no tenant but merely a manager. L189 was allowed in the case of the Carpenters Arms, E134 of which goes to the owner, £32 to the lessee (Mrs Norton), and £23 to the tenant. R300 was allowed for the Half Moon t240 to the owner and 1:60 to the tenant. £175 was allowed for the Drovers Arms— £ 153 to the owner and £ 22 to the tenant. J f
Preachers next Sunday at Carmarthen Places of Worship. UNION ST. INDEPENDENT CHAPEL. Rev J. Morgan Jones, Trimsaran. LAMMAS ST. INDEPENDENT CHACEL. Rev D. Roberts. Elini. BABtELL, PENSARN. Rev D. P. Rhyddercli, Llandilo. BETHANIA (C.M.) Rev J. 0. Jones (pastor). PRIORDY INDEPENDENT CJAPElr Rev E. Keri Evans, M.A. (pastor). PENUEL BAPTIST CHAPBL. Rev R. R. Thomas, Ferryside. TABERNACLE BAPTIST. Rev E. U. Thomas (pastor). WATER ST. O.M. CHAPEL. Rev W. D. Rowlands (pastor). I I ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Rev D. J. Thomas (pastor). ELIM. Student, Old College School. ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL. Rw Vincent Taylor, B.D., resident minister. ZION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev J. E. Roberts, Saundersfoot. i ENGLISH BAPTIST CHURCH. | Rev Gwilym Davies, M.A. (pastor). I EBENEZER WELSH WESLEYAN SHAPEL. Rev J. Meirion Williams, resident minister.
LIST OF ANNIVERSARY SERVICES
LIST OF ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. 1915. June 27.-Priordy. July 25.—English Congregational Church. Sept. 19.—Bethania. October IO.-Priordy. Nov. 21-22.— English Congregational Church D. 12.—Aion Presbyterian Cliuroh, i