TRUE IVORITISM.'"", r'-|1865-06-17|The Brecon Reporter and South Wales General Advertiser - Welsh Newspapers Online
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TRUE IVORITISM. r' The Brychan Brycheiniocr Lodge of True Ivorites, Bull Inn, Glyntarrell, held their twenty-sixth An- niversary on Whit-Monday, the members, about 80 in number; assembled in the Lodge Room at the appointed time, and proceeded to Pontestyll Cltapel, headed by a part of the Brecon Rifle Militia Band, when the Rev. David James, Minister of the place, delivered an appropriate and impressive sermon from Titus, chap. 2, verses 11, 12, and 13. Divine service being over the procession re-formed and took its usual route up the Merthyr Road as far as Glanrhyd, where they halted, and every member partook of a pint of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis's Civrwda, and Mrs. Lewis presented every member and spectator with a slice of cake which she prepared for the occasion, after which they returned, to their j Tl>, -1, r.f,> mnçf,py(',pllp.nt..dinner, provided by the Host and Hostess (Mr. and Mrs. Evans). The cloth being removed the Rev. David James was elected to the chair, and Mr. Wm. William (Gwilyins ap Rhys), to the vice-chair. The usual loyal and patriotic toasts were gone through, eloquent speeches on various subjects were delivered by the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Mr. Rees Davis, Blaenrheon, Mr. John Probert, Garngaled, &c. several pieces of poetry, composed for the occasion, were given by the Chairman and Mr. John Probert; songs were sung and the band played at intervals which added greatly to the conviviality of the meeting. Two little girls, Miss Jane Davies, of Gadleys Street, Aberdare, and Miss Margaret Williams, of Libanus, showed great skill and talent, by singing several songs especially Hen Wladfy Nhadait, in such style as could not be easily sur- passed by the best professionals of the day, in fact a more pleasant Anniversary dinner was never spent, and the proceedings terminated in good time peaceable and orderly.âCommunicated.

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