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"'l1' J.J.L.lU \nfirU. TEA LITERARY MEET- ING. # The Annual Children's Tft. and Literary Meeting 1 connection with the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Sunday School. Clwyd Street, to..k place nn u<sl<it. At 4 o'clock, .bont 150 children aat down to,an excellentr prepared tea, 1 id down in the hoolroom, the tables being presided over by Mrs J. Roberts ironmonser; Mrs J. T. Jones. Aled House; Misses Williams, 24, Bodfor St.; Franoes J .nes, Amy Jones, 7, Water St.; Owen, Elwy SZ7*6* Williams, Brighton Road, Willliams, Mill Bank and Mrs Oldfield. The arrangements were admirably carried out, and the viands provided were of a superior character, and ample justice was done to the repast. n £ i j evening an interesting literary meeting wa8..heJd the Lecture Hall. Mr J. T. Jones, presided, and there was a fair attendance. After a l e^. £ ppr°priate remarks from the Chairman, a lengthy programme was proceeded with, each of the ems were, however, disposed of with commendable espatch. Among the competitions was one for the p recl"Dg of an amusing poem by the late Uwilym Hiraethog, entitled "Wesyl Tipyn"; the prize being divided between Misses Franoea .â¢fc68, a,U(* Blttnche Junes (two sisters). A the r\riT»° « ?r6n forward to compete for frnnftha s bf st answering of questions from the 8th chapter of "Rhodi Mam," but each an8wered the questions correctly, and Mr P^ZL^1>aT^mgly dividod tbem. Mr Ki< hard R. Rob-rts, Church St., who aooom- on fche harmonium, sweetly sang the hymn ell me the old, old story," and wu -armly applauded. The competitions, 21 in number, were ill keenly contested for, and proved tJ be ex^dingiy interesting. The adjudicator. were the Rev b. T. Jones, Messrs J. Jones (Glas law j, John Roberts, ironmonger R. Evans, merchant; R. Price, grocer, and Hugh Edwards; tneir adjudications giving general satisfaction. Mr Hugh Edwards Bedford St., was the secretary, and is deserving of no mean share of praise for the energetic way in which he did his work. Mr ThOl. Joues, gardener, also rendered material assifltanfle. A heart} vote ef thanks having been accorded to all those who had worked in connection with the meetings, the proceedings were brought to a close.

WELSH DISTRICT NBWS.

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