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Bath, who is 3tayiag at -he Camroarch fictti, had some excellent firm", last week ou t-so. David's and the Hen. There was a crowded attendance. The rev. Mr Philip Williams. Earl's Ceor" R-ad, London, Rev. Benjamin Thomas. Mr William- Cross Keys.

Hiatus, Amptl il. The surplus art. Lake Hotel Grounds w"re offered, anJ must of them were quickly disposed of. Under tbe sapervision cf Mrs Evans a band of? The re- tor and Mrs Evans must have foand mcc-h iucouiagemeat iL the I ready and ungrndg'tig co-operation vrhioh was forthcoming from e. The rector thanked ali who bed assisted and alpo the large nnmber of purchasers for their patronage and express 1 the hope thf, tbe result of their endeavours would be to wipe off the debt of J on the Church Institute.

Hoopla—Mr J Lewis. Home- made Cakes—Mrs Wrodiog, Piasnewydd.

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S—Miss Stares. Ice- Miss E Bennett. Piet-U'es—Mrs Kellner. Gramapbone—Mr G Jackson. Gold Flsb- Mr P Stepher. Tea Tablei-Mra, Jones. Glangwessin is 1. Reql-ifi, r. The party arrived at the Spa a little before five o'clock, and had a rousing reception from visitors and villagers as they proceeded through the village en route for the New Links Hotel, where they stayed.

News of the impending visit was widespread early in the morning, and the con- stitution of the party and the probable time of arrival formed the main subject of discussion during the greater part of the day. On Sunday morning the distinguished visitors motored to Pantycelyn, the home of William Williams, "The Hymnologist"; and later in the day Cefnbritb, the birthplace of John Penry The morning star of the Reformation in Wales" was visited-the old farmhouse, encircled with the old trees, being much admired by the Chancellor.

In the evening the party attended Nazareth C. Church when Rev Evan Price "Ieuan Gwynedd"Ebbw Vale, a member of the Gorsedd, and a native of the parish of Llan- gammarch, preached a most eloquent and powerful sermon to a large and crowded con- gregation. Subsequent to the service a class meeting was held at which the Chancellor was present, and addressed the children in felicitous terms. Later in the evening a massed choir, consisting of members and adherents of the local places of worship, Anglican and Noncon- formist, wended their way to the New Links Hotel, on the terrace of which they sang several Welsh hymns, to the evident satisfaction of Mr and Mrs Lloyd George who were seated on the balcony.

The Rt boo gentleman thanked the choir for the singing of such beautiful and inspiring old Welsh hymns, and said that he had been much impressed with the picturesque- ness of the surrounding district, which was not only rich in sylvan and mountain beauty, but was also possessed of manifold historical asso- ciations. The distinguished party left by motor early on Monday mornin? Treberfydd v Brecon Sports Club. The visitors were hospitably entertained. That a er2. He will be greatly missed at St. James's Cbnrch, where be was a regular attendant in TBE choir.

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Familiarly known as Hansey," Mr Jones was a prominent member of the F. At the preseri crisi4 this is most encouraging and a great help to those who, as Churchmen, are iig,i, Pndeavour to defeat the Bill of spoliation.

The following are its measurements Circumference at base, 13ft. It would be interesting to know. Martin T. Griffiths who is on a visit to his aunt, Mrs Jones,' of Llanbedr House. The rector is enjoying a short holiday in Devonshire. Trade and Prices. Ewes were down a little in price.

Some, however, changed hands at good rates. Some store cattle and cows with calves on offer, but only a few found customers. HAY General, Thursday,-Butter Is Id to Is 3d per lb, eggs 10 to 12 per Is, chickens 5s to 6s per couple, fowls 4s 9d to 5s 6d per couple, ducks 5s to 6s 6d per couple, geese 8d to 9d per lb, partridges 2s 6d to 3s per brace, grouse 3s 6d to 5s per brace, pigeons 4d to 6d each, bares 2s 6d to 3s, rabbits 6d to 8d each, tomatoes 5d to 6d per lb, cucumbers 4d to 5d each, apples Id to 2d per lb.

Eggs, 11 for Is butt: r. Is Id and Is 2d lb; dressed iowls. There is a glut of mushrooms in this district, over a ton going C, away every day. Few pigs offering aud tro. Ie quiet. Bacon pigs 9d, pigs 12s 9d, sows 11 6d per score. There was an excellent supply of sheep at Builth September Fair on Monday, and a big volume of trade was done between 9 a. As usual many dealers had come from a great distance, and they were more than satisfied with the class of sheep shown.

All the ordinary pens were filled, and hundreds of sheep were also penned in hurdles Between three and four hundred ewes were sold under the hammer by Mr J A Evans, auctioneer, Builth Wells, as well as a large of store lambs, the pro- perty of farmers who in former years had been in the habit of selling their ewes at home, but who, now they begin to realise that it is better to bring stock to the maket and have the benefit of the competition which brings better prices. The of sheep sold on Monday and the prices realised prove beyond doubt that Builth Wells fairs are some of the best in Central Wales, and that the stock offered here is some of the very best.

The fine summer had greatly improved the appearance of the sheep, which looked sound and in good condition, and at pre, sent there is no need to fear that one may be purchasing a rotten sheep. From the cattle seller's point of view the fair was rather dis- appointing, although some cattle were disposed of under the hammer. The best pen of ewes offered for sale came from Maes-y-Cwm, a well bred and well fed lot which some judges con- sidered to he the finest ever offered at the Buiith Wells Smithfield.

A Glen Kidstonwho was a strong supporter of the club. Among the many floral tributes at the gallant Captain's fnnerai, at Ss. The local Company cf the Territorial Foycr in command of Lienc. E F Cockcroft assisted in lining the paths in the churchyard, I. T W Trumper, Mary Wigley was fined 8s. Proctor proved the case. R James and J L Davies were also summoned for similar offences and were fined 8s.

Niblett proved the case.

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G Boucher was fined 5s, i-icluding cots, for driving a trap without a of 26th June last. This parade has the reputation of being one of the best in the provinces, and the show itself is acknowledged to be of the best and most prosperous in the couotrv. The and quality of the horses entered in the driving and and jumping competitions are txcellem, and the performances in these attractive coiitegtf3 are expected to excel even the high standard of years.

There will be Cbeal early boodings from ell parts, and with such a fine programme there should be a hamper gate. Score—South Bank, six matches; Hay. She takes with her letters of introduction of a high order, and we have no doubt but, what she will meet with the success as her splendid musical capabilities deserve. Canon Banister, of Hereford Cathedral. Peaceful he lived.

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Peaceful he died, Beloved by, endeared to ns all. Nothing can ever, his mem'ry sever, His kindness we'll always recall. Beaming with love ready to help. Unselfish, hp strove might and main, To do all he could for BrecoDshire's good, Untiring he worked, though in pain. That sweet, loving face, so winsome and bright, Wita a smile, so childlike and true, Glen Xidston, thy worth No better on earth, Wi;h heart kinder, nobler than you. Thy I ;fts and donations were legion, Philanthrophy moved thy great soul.

T I benefit man, there's no nobler plan. It is hard to think thou art gone, Never more on earth to return. We can't realize, the loss of our Prize, Now taken by death, rude and stern. Ah yes, sucb is life here below. Sorrow meets us at ev'ry turn, The last sad good bye, with piteous sigh Is the lesson all have to learn. Fatal Fall at Lower Chapel. On Tuesday afternoon Mr Molyneux F. I Thomas, the North Breconshire coroner, held an inquest at Coygen farm, Lower Chapel, touching the death of William Probert, aged 22 years, Coygen farm, who died the day as the result of an accident.

The foreman of the jury was Mr Thomas Williams. Jeffreys, Brecon, was present to represent the Insurance Company concerned. Evidence was given by Robert Moss, Twyny. Subsequently they went to a public house together, witness putting the horse he had in the stable. They stayed in the house about balf-an-hour and had three pints of beer each. They were both sober. Witness went for his pony and they both walked up the road until they were caught up by David R. Williams, who also had a pony. Deceased, at his own request, was assisted on to witness's pony's back by Williams and rode some distance behind witness, who was in the saddle.

They trotted up the road. Suddenly, however, deceased fell off, pulling the saddle and witness with him. Witness did not lose the reins, but the pony dragged him some distance along the road. Witness went back to deceased and found him bleeding from the nose and lying on his back.

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He died before the policeman arrived.

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