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CORRIS. JCBILEE CELEBRATION.âIn connection with the Church Sunday and day schools and the Primrose League, a committee of ladies, convened by Mrs Dr Jones, decided to celebrate the jubilee of the reign of her Majesty the Queen by giving a grand treat to all the members of the above institutions. A few friends were invited to subscribe to the funds. The list was headed with a handsome donation by the Marchioness (Dowager) Lady Londonderry, followed hv Mrs Col Morris, Mr J. Walrond Orchard, and -1 several others. The day was observed as a general holiday, and a feeling of loyalty and thanksgiving prevailed. At six o'clock in the morning rock cannons were discharged from the towering hills overlooking the beautiful Dula valley, which an- nounced the day as of great importance, and were continued at set intervals during the day under tfie directorship of Mr W. R. Williams At two o clock all the invited members assembled in the rjanonal School, where each was decorated by Mrs Dr Jones and Miss Evans with a jubilee badge; then a pro- cession was formed in the following order: Mr William Lewis on his beautiful charger, flag bearers, Corris brass band (under the conductorflhip of Mr W. Williams), school children bearing flags, ladies of the committee, Primrose League, all members of the Church, which marched through the principal street to a large marquee erected on a field kindly lent for the occasion by Mr William Owen, Braich- goch Inn, where a substantial repast was prepared. I The following ladies presided at tne tables :tlrs Dr 1\1(-- Jones, Mrs Owen. Mrs Williams, ^irs = Davies, and the Misses Evans, ot Doigoed. Ample iustice having been done to the roast and boiled bee ham cakes and bun loaf, the children resorted to their several games. A programme of sports was next gone through. Mr W. Owen acted as starter, Dr Tones, Mr J. Walrond Orchard, and Mr John Lewis s referees, &c. Several prizes were awarded tor a inning, jumping, sack racing, &c., after which all ri sembled in the marquee, when apPr°P^ate as dresses to the occasion were delivered by ad Walrond Orchard, W. Owen, J. Lewis. TV. R. J lliams, and W. Lewis. A cordial vote of thanks WL accorded Mrs Dr Jones for the zeal and energy was layed by her in carrying out the arrangements diftp. he treat. A most enjoyable aay was brougut to fort. le by the brass band playing and the audience a clot g the national anthem, and three ringing cheerB singia Majesty Queen Victoria. [ to hex. singia Majesty Queen Victoria. [ to hex.

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