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t:. "Æ The following" is a List of the names of Men wno have failed^ to present themselves at the Recruiting Ofiice, Carmarthen, after being", called up either under the Group System or the Military Service Act, 1916. Group System No NAME (SURNAME FIRST) AGE. LAST ADDRESS. or Military x Service Act i Jones, John T -cars Parkcwm Farm, near Car- j Group man Uiarthen 2 Wright, Samuel Pope 24 8 Picton-terracc. Carmarthen Class 7 3 Smith, Thomas 40 „ Pen!an-fach,Alltycnap, Johns-, Class 23 town, near Carn)arthen 4 Morgan, William Francis 40 „ iS Kerry Road, Pencader Class. 23 5 'Thomas, David 28 Wernmachwith Farm, Class 11 Llanfiharsgel-ar-Arch 6 Jones, William 33 „ Penlwr Mill, Laughame, St. Class 16 Clears 7 Jones, David Samuel 20 Penlan \oss larm, Carmai- Class 3 then t 8 Evans, Rhys James J 19 „ Tircyd Farm, Carmarthen Ciass 2 9 Payne, Frederick 18 „ Penybank, elindre, Class 1 Henllan 10 Hudson, William Colston John 19 „ Penylan, Hebron £ !ass 2 11 Edmonds, Frank Leslie Herbert 10 Pent Richard Eynon, Cla^s r Abergwili, Carmarthen 12 Peters, Ben 38, 28 Mill-street, Carmarthen Class 21 13 Kirk, John 138" Water-street, Carmarthen Group 21 14 Prickett, Fred 19 Remount House, Priory- vJasa 2 street, Carmarthen 15 Thomas, ^avid 35 „ Frondeg, Pennwch, Llan- Class 18 geitho, Cardigan 16 Davies, James 37 » Larran Farm, Bankyfclin, Class 20 Carmarthen 17 Jones, Jenkin 39" Lleithi, Rhydargaeau Road, Class 22 Carmarthen 18 Thomas, David 19 i Uanchynadùa, LJanlJawddog Class 2 19 Cranmer, Frederick Car IS Blaengwen, Pencader Class r Anyone who can give information regarding any of the above-named Absentees, is invited to do so, either personally or by letter, to the nearest Recruiting officer. The names:of the individuals giving such information will on no account be disclosed. S -L T,-Tv-r -i -\i I_-=: 1916- j MISSES LEWIS & CLARE i HAVE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT THEIR SUMMER SHOW OF HICH-CLASS MILLINERY MODELS IS NOvV OPEN AND WILL CONTINUE THROUGHOUT THE SEASON J Ostrich and Marabout Stoles, Fancy Neckwear, J Veilings, &c., &c. B A co vdiai invitation is extended to visit their Show looms. I 0 tT T CAVENDISH HOUSE, 4I KING-ST., — a ARTIIBN", I BOOKBINDING. I Established Over Fifty Years. I D. TITUS WILLIAMS IBOOIKZIBIIsriDIElIE^ ETC, I CHAPEL STREET, CARMARTHEN. The Best and Cheapest House in South Wales for all u Classes of Binding. Thoso who are taking any Histories of the War in parts, should get them put into cases or bound before they become torn and worthless. Books bound in Publishers Cases at Publisher's Prices. BOOKBINDING TO THE TRADE. I I BOOKBI-N. DING, WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. JEWELLERY REPAIRED LIKE NEW. GILDING AND ELECTRO PLATING. BIGH-CLAS3 WORKMANSHIP. ESTIMATES GIVEN ALL WOFK GUARANTEED IT ME lu L JOHN WILLIAMS Watchmaker, Jeweller, & Silversmith, 9 & 10 Lammas Street, Established 1S36. WEDDING CARDS. Anyone requiring the above should, before placing their orders, send for our NEW SPECIMEN BOOK CONTAINING THE CHOICEST DESIGNS CARDS AND PEICE3 SUITABLE foa ALL CLASSES THE EDUCATION (ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS) ACT, 1911. THE WELSH INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION ACT, ISH), SOUTH WALES AUDIT DISTRICT. LLANDILO COUNTY SCHOOL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that J. E. l'ughe Jones", Esq., the District Auditor of the above Audit District, has appointed the AUDIT of the AC- j COUNTS of the Governing Body of the Llandilo County School, and of their Officers, in respect of their receipts and expenditure in pursuance of the Scheme under the Welsh Intermediate Edncacion Act, 1889, or the Endowed School Act3, for the year i ended 31st day of March, l\I1G. to commence un Friday, the 28th day of-July, ]" at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at the BOARD ROOM, UNION OFFICES, LLANDILO. And notice is hereby further given that the Accounts of the Governing Body, and of their Officers duly made up and balanced, together with all account books, deeds, contract?, accounts, vouchers, and receipts mentioned cr referred to in the Accounts, v/iii be deposited in the offices of the Governing Bcdy, at Crescent House, Llandilo, and be open during office houra thereat to the inspection of all persons interested far seven clear days before the Aiid it. Dated this 2íi,h day of June, 191; WILLIAM THOMAS, Clerk to the Governing body of the Llandilo County School. 1 W. S. MOKiilS, Wholesale Grocer, Corn, Flour and Seed Merchant, !T- -A- TZ, T= IM I-q- Nat. Telephone, 50. Telegrams, Morris, Merchant Carmarthen." SEND FOR PRICE LIST' NOTICE TO 8AJK CUSTOMERS. ALL BANKS ia Carmarthen, and throughout the United Kingdom, will be CLOSED to the Public on SATURDAY, JULY 1st, l'Jl'i, to enable the reduced staffs of the various Banks to complete their half-yearly accounts. Customers are, therefore, requesied to arrange their Banking requirements accordingly. | | TO ADVERTISERS. Pit ii, 17 A I DS C, A i, F, OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING IN THE "REPORTER. j Nc. of One Three Six j Words. Insertion, Insertions. Insertions. lad s d s d 20 10 2 3 3 6 28 16 3 S j 4 6 36 2 1: 0 15 6 (j 2 6 4 G 6 6 The above scale only applied to the" Situation", To Lets," and To be Sold by Private Treaty," clasos of Advertisemcnts, and must be paid for in, advance, or the ordinary credit rats wiil bo charged, HALFPENNY STAMPS, or Postal or Post Office Orders, payable to M. LAWRENCK, at Carmarthen, v, Replies may be madtt addressed to the Reporter Office, and will be forwarded to advertisers when stamped envelopes are sent. JAMFS JONES, Billposter and Advertising Agent for Kidwelly and neighbouring Villages. All work duly executed. Address :—Station Road. Kidwelly. VISITING CARDS from Is Gd for 50; Printed on Ivory Cards.— Reporter Office, Carmarthen. T' O LET, or FOR SALE, near Llanstephan, ''DOLANy a compact Farm with a desirable' Dwelling-house and commodious Out-buildings, together with 2Fj acres, or thereabouts, of excellent pasture and arable land. principally the former; possession, Michaelmas', 1916.-Apply, D. Morgans, Supply Stores, Llitngennech. T!0 LET a fully licensed free Public House in centre of Carmarthen.—Apply, Lloyd & Thomas, Auctioneers, Carmarthen. WANTED-COOIC-GENERAL (Welsh) for f f Welsh family in healthiest part of London good home and good wp.-eL,Anply by letter to A.B Reporter Office. t- WANTED NURSE-HOUSEMAID, age 10 WANTED NURSE-HOUSEMAID, age 10 (Welsh), for Welsh family in healthiest part of London good home and good wages.—Apply by letter to A.B. Reporter Office. WEDDING CARDS-Prices and styles to suit all Classes. Speciment Book, containing the Latest and Choicest Designs, sent on application.— Rrvorter Office, Carmarthen. IN MEMORIAM CARDS—We have a large and assorted stock to select from. Prices to suit all classes—Reporter Office, Carmarthen.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MAYOR'S RELIEF IN BELGIUM FUND.-Taoc-inaele Chapel, £ 1. 10s; Llanlhvch Church, Ss. MAYOR'S BLLGIAM REITUEES FUND.—Parish of St. Peters, tG. MAYOR'S PRISONERS' OF WAR FCND.—Union St. Chapel, £ Llanlhvch Church, 10s.
I QUEEN ALEXANDRAS ROSE DAY AT CARMARTHEN
QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S ROSE DAY AT CARMARTHEN. Queon Alexandra's Rose Day was held at Carmarthen on Saturday iast for the first timo and proved a groat success. The arrange- merits were in the hands of the AVar Relief Committee and the following ladies were in charge of the respective districts, viz.. Guild- hall-square. The Mayoress and Mrs Grossman Market, Mrs Blagdon Richards Priory street. Mrs E. R. Williams; Picton terrace. Miss P. Richards; Station, Mrs Basker and Miss Brigstoc-ke. The total takings were £ 8-3.
I CARMARTHEN VTC
I CARMARTHEN V.T.C. Ciders for the week commencing July 3rd. Company drill in the Market on Friday at 8 p.m. and on Sunday afternoon at 3.30 prompt. Will members pkaseatt-elld so they may know their own section commanders. Rifle instruc- » tion and practice on Monday evening at 7.30. t A new recruit squad is being formed, drill on Monday and Friday at 8 p.m., also on Sunday afttrnoon at 3.30. Recruits can he enrolled before any drill. All those who have passed their seventeenth birthday are eligible.—By i order, Lieut.Col. F. D. Williams-Druinmond3 Officer Commanding. 1-
Soldiers Sailors Families i Association
Soldiers & Sailors Families i Association, A CORRECTION. Tn the report of the annual meeting of the i above Association in the ''Reporter" of the 1 23rd of June, Mr W. X. Jones is represented as saying "He was'sure there wotilcl be friction in Carmarthenshire." "What Mr W. X. Jones said was "Ho was sure there would be NO friction in Carmarthenshire."
Local Wedding. ] DAVTES—DAVIES^ A marriagewas celebrated at Union street Independent Chapel, Carmarthen, on Tuesday between Mr David Arthur Davies. of Trefychan Farm, Carmarthen, and Miss Ada Dawes, of Pentremeuriig Farm Camrarthen. Miss A. Lodwick. Pentremurig. acted as bridesmaid, and Mr W. Scurlock. Pentremeurig. as best man. The Rev Professor Oliver Stephens, B.A.. B.D.. paster of the church, officiated.
Obituarv. iiRS ELIZABETH DAVIES. illi-s Elizabeth Darics. vi idov," of the late Mr Joseph Davies, died ou Ihuisday the 29th inst. at her home Xo. 47, Mill street. The deceased who was 36 years of age, was a daughter of the late Mr Owen Evans. Carmarthen. She had been working in a munition factory, and died a slioi-t She is survived by five children. DEATH OF CRAXOGWEX. Miss Sarah Janes Rees, better known as Cranogwcn, temperance worker, preacher and lecturer, died at the residence of her niece at Wood street, Ciifynyckl, on Tuesday morning, in her 81st year. Cranogwen was born at Llangranog, Cardiganshire, father being the captain of a small coasting ship. While mistress or Pontcarrog Elementary School from 1859 to 18155 she entered the eisteddfodic arena ond won the prize at Aberystwyth Xational for the sonnet on "The "Wedding Ring." de- feating IslwMi. Ceiriog. and Mvnvddog. THE LATE MR RICHARD JONES. The funeral of Mr Richard Jones, miller, St. Catherine street—whose death was announced m iast week's issue of the '"Re- porter"—took plaie at Carmarthen Cemetery on Monday. The Rev D. Glyndwr Richards. I B.A., B.D., officiated. The mourners included Mrs Jones (widow). Mr T. B. Jones (brother) and Mrs -Jone~. Aherdare Mr W. B. Jones (brother) and Mrs Jones. Tonypniidy Mrs C. Morgan. Angel Hotel. Carmarthen (sister); Mrs Bowdier. Shrew-bury (granddaughter); Miss Be n ow Shrewsbury (granddaughter) Mr D. J. Willi ams (nephew): Mrs Williams and P.C. John "Williams. Carmarthen Mrs Lewis, IJanstepIian and Mrs All Brad- ford House. Carmarthen. Wreaths were sent by Mr Berrow (son-inlaw); Mr and )1rs Bawdier Kit, Bob and Jim Miss Borrow and Mrs Webb. -AIR D. EYAXS. The death took place on Sunday of Mr Djlvid Evans. Red Lion Hotel. Llandebie. after an illness of some five weeks. The deceased, who was about 60 years of age. leaves a widow and ten children. Mr Evans at one time was the tenant of the Butchers Arms, Carmarthen, and previous to that farmed as Esgerhir.
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The Churches. Baptist Conference at Llanelly. The annual conferences of the East Glamor- gan and of the West Glamorgan and Carmar- thenshire English Baptist Associations were held at Llanelly on Tuesday. At a children's meeting oil Monday evening Mr R. W. Evans, J.P., Llanelly, presided, 4»he speakers being Mr W. J. Thomas, J.P., Barry, and the Rev Lister Gaunt. Mumbles. The West Glamorgan Assembly met at Greenfield Chapel 011 lucsday afternoon. lhe Rev Thomas Davies. Bridgend, the retiring president, extended a welcome to the incoming president. Mr J. W. Jones, J.P., Swansea. The Secretary (the Rev J. W. Carston. Swansea) reported an increase in membership of 202, and a slight increase in the number of Sunday Srhool teachers, hub the scholars showed a decrease, largely accounted for by the number of voting men serving with the colours. The i foi.fowing, officers were elected:- Vice-presi- dent, Rev J. M. Gwynne Owen, LlaneUy; i treasurer. Mr R. G. Roberts. Swansea; seore- tarv. Rev J. W. Carston. Swan-ea and finaiu oial secretary. Rev J. W Gwynne Owen. Swansea. Appreciation was expressed of the benefit to 1 the nation following the restriction of the sale of intoxicating drink. A resolution was passed calling for the im- mediate revision of the sentences imposed upon conscientious objectors. In the evening a public service was held. Professor T. H. Ibhinson, lVLj., Cardin. preached. The East Glamorgan Association met at M or Lab Chapel, and the Rev Thomas Davies. Cardiff, presided. The Secretary (the Rev J. Williams, Cardiff) reported an increase in membership of 80. Each district showed an increase. This had not been the case for ten years. The Sunday Schools showed an increase of membership of 1,603 and the teachers of 11. It was decided to form a women's auxiliary of the association. The Rev J. James, pastor of the Congrega- tional Church at Laugharne, was presented with a purse of gold on the occasion of his recent ma mage.
LLANDILO. DEATH OF THE REV. J. A. BERESFORD.—The death has just occurred at the Rectory. Easton Grey, of the Rev John Jervis Beresford. a nephew of the Itite Judge Beresford, Hafod- neddyn. The deceased at one time officiated at Court Henry. He had attained to the age of 61. He attracted considerable attention as a preacher from the tact that he was blind. In a modest way too he was a poet. What how- ever brought him under public notice in the locality where he was officiating at the time of his death was the fact that Mr Asquith. a not infrequent visitor to Easton Grey, Wils., in- variably attended Mr Beresford1 s church, and during such visits read the lesons for the day. The church stands in the grounds of Easton Grey House, the residence of Mrs Graham Smith, Mr As.jiiith's sister. The deceased clergyman was a Cambridge man, taking a second class i.n the Law Tripos in 1878. The following year lie took his B.A. decree, but he did not proceed to M.A. until I880. Ordained dcacon in 1880. by the Bishop of Worcester, he took a curacy at St. Martin's, in the cathe- dral city, and he was there when ordained priest. Subsequently he served the church in the Isle of Wight and at Court Henry, and for a short time he was in the little parish of Martin, near Marlborough. He went to Easton Grey in 1898. the being a gift of a member of his family. It is a smali parish of about a hundred population. He published at least one volume of poetry. His wife pre- deceased him a couple of years ago. PRESENTATION TO A CLERGYMAN.—The Rev Ivor James. M.A., the son of Mr D. James, M.A., H.M.I. of Schools, has just left Brad- ford. where he held a curacy, for a similar post :1" St, Jude's, Birmingham. On leaving Brad- ford he was presented with a pocket Com- munion service and a purse of orold. PRESENTATION TO RAILWAY' EMPLOYEE.—'At the Public Hall on the afternoon of Sunday last, Mr Richards the genial ticket collector at the Railway Station, was the recipient of a marble clock and ornaments. subscribed for by railway employees and friends in connection with his wedding. The chair was occupied by Councillor J. R. Evans, vice-chairman of the Urban District Council. Mr Harris, station master, made the presentation. Speches were made by Ex-Inspector Handcock. Signalmen W. Davies. J. Bowen, and others, to which -All- Richards suitabiy responded.
ILOCAL WAR ITEMS
I LOCAL WAR ITEMS. Mr L. W. Law. who has been the represen- tative of Messrs W. H. Smith, at Carmarthen, for the last three years, left Carmarthen on the 16th inst. to join the A.S.C. Mr Law who made many friends in Carmarthen is succeeded by Mr W. J. Lawrence, of Tenbv. Pte. Albert (Bert) Thomas, of the Public Schools Battalion. Royal Weisli Fusiliers. C' "0'0 1" 1 arrived at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs T James Thomas. Barnesville, Barn road, Car- 1 marthen, last week, having been discharged as I unfit for further service. Pte. Thomas was 7 wounded in several places through a bomb accident in France. «•» Corporal W. G. Hopkins, R.A.M.C., son of Mr Hopkins, Curwen House, The Avenue, was home on leave last week end. ft*# Mr Edgar Heddon (son of Mrs Heddon, of Guildhall'square, Carmarthen) and Mr Alfred Bartlett (son of Mr T. Bartleet. St. Peter st., .Carmarthen) left on Monday for training with :1 the Royal Xaval Division.
i1 Corporation v Electric Light Company J
i Corporation v. Electric Light | Company. J FULL PRICE FOR EXTINGUISHED LAlPS. J The matter of the public lighting of Carmar- then assumed a new phase at the meeting of j the Town Council on Wednesday the 29th inst. A letter was read from the Electric Light Co. stating that they could not depart from sel's opinion and they could not go beyond that of the 24 discontinued lamps on condition that the Council allow them during the war to charge one penny per unit extra to private consumers. The Town Clerk said that they asked for an immediate reply as to whether the Corporation agreed to this. He had wired to the Com- pany's Office in London stating that lie could not give an answer before consulting the Coun- cil in the matter. In reply to this the company now wrote stating that negotiations must be closed, and that the Council must pay the full amount 1 Nlr Dd. We must wait and see what is the next step. Mr L. D. Thomas moved, and Mr W. J. Martin seconded that the 21 discontinued lamps be replaced. Mr H. S. Holmes said he could not see that it was the business of the Corporation to pro- tect private conumers. It was the private consumer's business to look after himself. 1 Mr Del. Williams: I think we are here to protect the private consumers. Mr Holmes: I don't object to it, but I thought I might say that. The Mayor said he thought the Council would have to pay the Company £ 35. Mr W. Evans We shall have to pay the £70 now and that is the full amount. Mr W. J. Martin said he did not think the Company couid claim the whole amount 'be- cause the standards and the wires were being used for private lighting. Why should the Council pay for their maintenance, when others had the use of them ? Mr Wm. Evans said lie did not agree with Mr Martin. The Council had paid for coun- sel's opinion and tey could not go beyond that again. Mr Dd. Williams By paying this money duo to them, can the Company raise the price of current to private consumersP The Clerk No. Mr Dd. Williams Are they going to have a try at it? The Clerk: How can they try ? Mr Wm. Evans The Company cannot do that without the consent of the Council. That was counsel's opinion. The Mayor explained that the contract made allowed the company to charge 5d per unit, and they could not alter it without the consent of the Corporation. Mr L. D. Thomas: Why should we concede anything to the Company? They are looking after their own interests. They wiil not con- code anything to the Corporation. Mr Dd. Williams said that as counsel's opinion was against the Corporation, they should adhere to the contract and pay what they were supposed to pay. He would not be a party to the Company charging above 5d per unit. !)11. Oliver Jones: If the Company break the contract in one. way owing to the war, we can break it in another way. What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. Mr Win. Evans: What is the other way? -All- Oliver Jones: If they charge the extra penny. Mr Wm. Evans But they cannot charge it without- coming to us. That is for us to decide. Mr H. S. Holmes said L70 would mean a halfpenny rate and he objected to paying a half penny rate to protect the private con- smner. Mr Wm. Evans said it would be more profit- able to the company if the Council paid the fiO. Mr Dd. Williams: Oh dear no. not more profitable than if they are allowed to charge the extra penny. Mr D. J. Davies: Counsel's opinion is against us and we have got to pay the £ 70, but can they, without the Council's consont, increase the price to private consumers? The Clerk No. Mr Holmes: Counsel's opinion is against them on that. Mr Oliver Jones said lie had been told by a director of the Company that they were going to press for the extra charge of a penny per unit. Mr Wm. Evans: We ought to have jumped at tie offer of the £ 35 at the start. Now the ratepayers have had to pay for counsel's opinion as well. Mr Oliver Jones: I don't agree with you on that. We are paying them now over £ 35 for doing nothing. Mr L. D. Thomas: They are getting £ 70 at the expense of the ratepayers. They are de- priving the ratepayers of this six months of public lighting and we are paying them for nothing. Mr Thomas Davies said that the Council would only lose the lights. They were in the same position now from a financial point of view as they were before the discontinuance of the 24 lamps. The Mayor said the £ 70 covered a period of twelve months, and the six months in question would mean £ 35. Mr Thomas Davies: We must not study economy in the future (laughter). The motion of Mr L. D. Thomas that the. company be asked to replace the discontinued 'amps was adopted. The question of payment was postponed pending the company sending in their account. Mr Wm. Evans They will be sure to send pending the company sending in their account. Mr Wm. Evans They will be sure to send their bill in. It- will be all right about that. Rev A. Folicr Mills said it should be made clear to the public that the Council were mak- ing a st.and against the increase of a penny per unit to private consumers. V.T.C. SPORTS. Mr C. Haydn Williams applied for the use of the Park to hold sports on Bank Holiday, August 7th, in,connection with the V.T.C. The .Mayor What about the charge? Mr Dd. Williams: Grant it free on this occa- sion.—The application was granted. The use of the Park was also granted on Thursday, July 6tli, to hold sports in connec- tion with the Model School. COUNTY PEXSIOXS COMMITTEE AND THE BOROUGH. In reply to the resolution passed by the Cor- portion a letter was received from the Statu- tory Committee on Xaval and Military Pen- sions Administration. This stated that there was no provision in the scheme for the appoint- ment on the County Committee of a represen- tative of the Town Council. They presumed that this had been a matter of arrangement between the Town Council and the County Council, and they could not interfere. The Mayor pointed out that no arrangement had been made between the Councils. Mr Dd. Wil iams proposed that they send a reply stating that the Town Council had not been considered in any way. Rev A. Fuller Mills seconded and stated the County Council had conceded a separate com- mittee under the Act to Llanelly in order to shut Llanclly's mouth because it agitated in the matter, but lie dd not think they in Car- marthen were entitled to a committee because the population was not large, enough. Rev A. Fuller Mills said the Town Council could not do too much to push on this matter. Here they were talking ilke nineteen to the dozen and men are coming home from the front disabled and the administration of the fund lias not beencommencod, and the London Statutory Committee is referring the matter continually to the- Soldiers and Sailors Asso- ciation. By that means, hundreds of our men are suffering and suffering tremendously. In London there are disabled men who are obliged at the present time, having come from the front, to earn a living for themselves and families by playing an organ on the streets. Others are receiving nothing on a technical medical point. The Medical Board say that the ailments they are suffering from have nothing to do with the war, but the men were good enough to be sent to the wr. The Clerk was instructed to point out to the Statutory Committee that the Town Council had not been consulted at all in the matter of representation on the County Committee, and that they still thought the Mayor should be the Borough representative. Brigadier General Owen Thomas wrote re- ferring to the Welsh Xational movement to look after the interests of Welsh soldiers and sailors during and after tho war. He said that a great deal of misunderstanding seemed to exist as to th relationship between the move, ment and the War Pensions Act. He stated that there was no reason for any antagonism between the two schemes, because there was plenty of room for voluntary effort. Mr Dd. Will iams said that at the present time disabled soldiers who had not been dis- charged had not been paid what they were en- titled to. They were at their parent's mercy. Rev A. Fuller CHills said he was a supporter of General Owen Thomas's s henie, which was a voluntary effort to raise £ 100,000, and it would be administered by an independent com- mittee representative of every district in Wales. The object of the War Pensions Act was the same as that of the Board of Guard- ians. In reality it pauperism, and their soldiers and sailors would be given what was really charity. u_
KIDWELLY NOTES. A "Pound" Day, when people were in- vited to contribute pounds of groceries, pro- visions. etc.. to stock the larders of the Pare Howard, Llanelly, Red Cross Hospital, was held at Kidwelly on Thursday in last week, under the supervision of Mrs H. E. Smart, of Mountain View. a vice-president of the Red Cross Society. The affair had been hurriedly organised, but notwithstanding a huge success has to be recorded. The town was divided into districts, which were worked by the following enthusiastic members of Mrs Smart's sewing class:— Bridge st., Xew st., and Castle st.. Miss A. Morris. Cowpark; and Miss A .A. Harris, of Croft terrace. Ferry road to Tanylan: The Misses Craw- ford, The Arlais. .Farms around Penlan: The Misses n. and E. Anthony, Penlan. Water st. to Corporation Mrs Owen Evans. Pinged Hill, and Miss Gwen Davies, Abbey st. Station road: Miss Eunice Phillips, Oxford House and Miss Ivy Wilson, Station road. Pinged Hill and Tycoch Miss Kate Smith. Lady street, and Mss Kate Wild, Angel House. Alstred st- Abbey St., and Pwll: Miss S. Davies, London House, and Miss Kate Jen- kins, Mount Pleasant. Lady st. and Priory street: Mrs Segt-Ma jor Roberts, Old Vicarage, and Miss Jennie Wild, Angel1 House. Peregrine's row to Velindre Miss Evans, Xational School, and Miss Edna Thomas, Alstred street. The collectors were accompanied oil their house-to-house visit by school children, who carried baskets to hold the contributions. The following is a complete list of the articles re- oeived :-1121bs sugar, 201 bs tea, 401-bs rice, 57 lbs jam and marmalade, 121bs currants, 27 tins fruit, 31bs coffee berries, 3Clbs soap. 3 bars soap lOtins cocoa, 7 tins ground coffee, lib coffee. 2 packets flaked rice, 1 packet ground rice. 11 tins custard powder, 5 packets cigarettes, 1 cake toilet soap, lib corn flour, lGibs soda, 3 packets salt, 4 jellies, 4 packets Quaker Oats, 1 box starch. 2 packets peas, 3 tins boot polish, potatoes, l!b onions, 4 tins salmon, 1 tin sar- dines, 1 tin Zebra polish, 3 tins Bras o, 1 tin soft soap. 2 pots Leibig's extract of meat. 61 bs candles, 4 doz. boxes mutches, 1 piece cheese, lib lard, lib Britto, 13lbs Welsh bacon, 1 small piece Welsh bacon, Gibs ham, lib sago. 3lbs tapioca, 1 loaf bread. In addition to the above the children of the Mynyddygarreg Council School were responsi- ble for the following :—146 eggs, 7 bags goose- berries, 9 £ .lbs sugar, 1 box peas. 5 tins cocoa, 1 tin coffee, 2 tins camp coffe, n few new pota- toes, 1 packet salt, Gibs rice, 311hs tea, 2 tins milk, a few slices of bacon, 2 packets cigar- ettes, 2 bags biscuits, 10 cabbages, 3 bundles rhubarb, lettuce, parsley, sage, 3 loaves bread, 21bs tapioca. The total made a big load, which was con- veyed on Saturday in the motor van of Messrs Jones Bros.. Gwendraeth Stores, and handed over to the matron of the Hospital by Mrs Scrgt.-Major Roberts and Miss A. A. Harris on behalf of the people of Kidwelly. During the day Mr and Mrs Smart visited the hospital and received hearty congratulations on the success which had crowned their efforts. Mrs Smart feels greatly indebted to the eoute-ibu- tors, and begs to thank them most heartily through this column. Soar, Mynyddygarreg, ubnUleh of Capel Sul, Kidwelly, held its annual preaching meet- ings on Sunday last, and a very successful fes- tival resulted. In the morning, the service was held in Soar, but in tho afternoon and evening recourse had to be made to the more commodious Horeb C.M. Chapel, which the Methodist friends had kindly lent. Very largo congregations were prEsént at each service, and the special preacher, the Rev D. Rhyddereh. Capel Sion, Pontybercm, was at his best, and delivered a. series of powerful and edifying sermons. An air of sadness pervaded the gatherings on account of the absence, for the fir,t time in tho history of the festival, of the respected and aged pastor, the Rev W. C. Jen- kins. who is laid aside by indisposition. Sym- pathetic reterence.s to the rev. gentleman were made by the preacher, and prayers for his re- covery were offered. The collections were very satisfactory—in fact they established a record—and the wor- shippers are much encouraged by the support accorded the cause by all denominations. Mr J. A. Thomas. Mountain School, was in charge of the singing, which was very creditable throughout.
COUNTY GIRLS SCHOOL CARMARTHEN
COUNTY GIRLS SCHOOL. CARMARTHEN. Miss Edith Gwyn, dughter of Mr G. H. Gwyn (of Merley street) a former pupil of the above school, has recently passed the Geology examination in preparation for the Geography Diploma of the University of Wales. She was above all the other candidates.
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In Honour of Kitchener
In Honour of Kitchener. MOVING NEW~YORK SCENE. A New York lleuter message, dated June 15th, san; :-Proba.blv the most impressive scene witnessed here durin gthe present war developed last night at the great Allied Bazaar now in progress in this city. At nine o'clock, at a bugle can, the whole throng of revellers, souting and lauging at one minute to nine, changed into a mournful procession of mourn- ers. Motor cars were stopped at the entranco to the bazaar, and woven in evening clothes bowed their heads side by side with tho humblest of Britain's friends on the side walk. In the great hall 20.000 heads wore bowed when the Rev Dr Manning, rector of the famous Trinity Church, read a short prayer in memory of Englnd's War Secretary. Then tho orchestra played Elgar's "Land of Hope and Glory." In the centre of the hall stood a Kitchener memorial tablet, and many paused to drop a coin into the box labelled, "Do Your Bit for itchener's Cause." I
Llanelly Benchs Decision
Llanelly Bench's Decision. The magistrates at Llanelly Police Court on Wednesday gave their decision in two cases heard a month ago, and in which Mr William David, J.P., and High Chief Ruler of the Independent Order of lt-echabites, was preceded against by the Registrar for neglecting to send in the accounts of the Starr Bowkett Building Society, made up to the end of the year. There were similar cases against the Third (870) Strr Bowkett Building Society and Llanelly (561) Starr Bowkett Buihling Society. The Bench intimated that: they would in- flict a fine of £ 15 with costs of witnesses, to be divided as 10s in each case against the Building Society, and in each case against the secretary (Mr David), the costs to be divided in propo.rtion..
A Military Rag
A Military Rag. COMPLAINT BY JIB LLEWELYN WILLI ALMS, K.C., M P. In the House of Commons. Mr Wlowelyn Wiil iams, .VI.P.. the Prime Minister whether he would cause an ill- uqirv to be made into the treatment received by Ithel Davies, 4th Royal Fusiliers, at tho Military Detention Barracks, Mold, while serv. ing a sentence for refusing, for conscientious reasons, to obey military orders whether, on the first day of his detention, he was knocked and dragged about for ten or fifteen minutes by two or thice officials so that he was bruised and sore all over, that- he was then handcuffed for house, whether he was given any dinner; whether the same treatment was meted out to him the second day, with the addition that shovelfuls of mud and stones were thrown over him, and that he was placed in irons and a straight jacket until bedtime; that on tho third day one of the officials brutally ill-treated hfm and hit him in the face and broke his nose whether, while in that condition a sero-eaait tried to drill him by himself, and. on his re- fusal. dealt him many blows; whether Ithel Davies was released on the 7th June and re- turned to the camp at AYhittington. Oswestry; whether he had been led again for disobedience to military orders; what sentence had been pa-sod upon him. and what was proposed to be done to him after such sentence had been served. 31r Tcnnalt: I will make inquiries into ..a these allegations. Jfl