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DOLGELLEY.

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MACHYNLLETH.

LLANDRILLO.

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LLANDRILLO. THE CHURCH CHOIR.âThe Rev. J. Wynne, rector, with his uttual liberality and kindness, treated the choir, which consisted of about thirty, to a dinner at the Union Schoolroom. The dinner was supplied by Mr and Mrs Hughes, Drovers' Arms, and the catering of Miss Hughes most excellent. Toasts and songs were the sentiments of the evening. TREAT TO THE FAERDRE SUNDAY SCHOOL. On Wed- nesday evening, 28th ult., the children of this school were kindly treated to an excellent tea at Plasynfaerdre, by Mr and Alrs Tarrett. The tables were bountifully supplied with rich currant bread, and oranges, apples, and other sweets were distributed to each of the children. Various games were played at, to the great amusement of the little ones. Mr H. Williams, one of the school teachers, re- turned thanks on behalf of the children, and he felt sure that all the children would not forget, for some time, the kindness they had received that evening from Mr and Mrs Jarrett.

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IPENRHYNDEUDRAETH.

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LLANGOLLEN.

WELSHPOOL.

LLANIDLOES.

NEWTOWN.

WREXHAM.

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