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LLANDEB E NOTES

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LLANDYSSUL HOREB.-At Horeb Congregational Chapel, in spite of a very heavy downpour of rain on Sunday afternoon, there was a large attendance at the children's festival held here. The festival is known locally for some reason or the other as "Sulgwyn Bach." The following Sunday School children took part in it. This year Carniel. Bwlchygroes, and Horeb, and all the children did remarkably well with their apportioned tasks. Horeb and Carmel were questioned by the Rev. D. Jones, Gwern- llwyn and Bwlchygroes. by the Rev. Davies, Bryn- bowydd, Ffestiniog. Each school sang beautifully as follows:âCarmel, conducted by Miss Davies, Pantgwyn, Bwlchygroes, by Mr. Jenkin Evans, and Horeb by Mr. Evan Davies, Barcoed. Miss Jeannie Thomas was the accompanist. Great praise is due to the conductors and others for the happy interest they take in the children. EISTEDDFOD.âGreat preparations are going on for the eisteddfod next Wednesday, which, in all possi- bility, will prove a record event, and the various competitions rare treats. The members of the com- mittee have been very busy during the last days and all arrangements have 'been thoroughly made to secure a successful event. A neat programme of the day is anticipated, and an unrivalled series of train excursions will bring the crowds to the place. The local choirs are also doing noble progress. A full account of the event will appear in next week's JOURNAL.

LLANDILO

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