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THE LLANWRDA WATER CASE. -

LLANDDEWI BREFI.

.LLANFIHANGEL-RHOSY-CORN.

PENDINE.

TREGARON.

ABERGWILI.

LAMPETER.,

CAPEL TYGWYDD.

NARBERTH.

GOLDEN GROVE.

LLANYBRI.

LLANSTEPHAN.

.CILIAU AERON.

ST. CLEARS.

HIGHMEAD.

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HIGHMEAD. ENTERTAINMENT.âDuring the past winter the inhabitants of the parishes of Llanybyther and Llanwenog have from time to time, through the kindness of the Lord Lieutenant, been well taken care of in the matter of amusements. Indeed the hearts of the people of the above parishes, no doubt, wish that Cambria's gentlesons were all the same as Colonel Evans. Not the least among the entertainments given at the Organ Hall, Highmead, was a musical and dramatic one given on Tuesday, the 20th inst. The first part was well rendered, solos and glees being rapturously eheered. But the audience looked forward more especially to the latter part of the programme, viz., the ren- dering of the laughable farce More Blunders than One," and the unanimous verdict at the close was that they hoped something of the kind woald soon be given again. Of the actors, no individual can be chosen out for praise. One and all acted their part marvellously well and praise worthily. Mr Lloyd, Mr T. Lloyd Davies, Mr D. T. Morgan, Mr T. Davies, Miss J. Jones, Miss J. Williams, and Miss Williams were the actors. ANNUAL TREAT.âOn Tuesday last the Sunday schools of Llanybyther, Highmead, and Llanwenog had their annual treat at Highmead. About 4 p.m. the scholars began to assemble, and at once engaged in various amusements on the grounds until they were called in to partake of excellent tea, cakes, buns, tartlets, and oranges. Nearly 200 were entertained. After the tables had been removed, and some further games bad been indulged in, the party re-assembled at dusk in the spacious Organ Hall, when the following attractive programme was well reidered:-An amusing dia- logue, Tit for Tat," by Messrs John H. Davies and Hugh Felix; song, Miss Davies; duet. Misses Jenkins and Jones; song, "Gweno Fwyn," Mr D. Hughes; glee, "Nelly Giey;" song, "Ar bydy Nos," Miss Jones; duet, "Flow gentlj, Diiva," Messrs. D. and J. Hughes; solo, Rwy'u cofio'r adeg ddedwydd; MissJenkius; duet, Messrs Tom Bowen and John Hughes; song, Mr Charles; glee, The prettiest girl 11 know;" solo, Alone on the Raft," Mr Pearson; song," That's the way to the Zoo," Mr Tom Bowen; song, Miss Gladys Davies; duet, Ninety and nine," Misses Gladys and S. A. Davies; song," Belle Mahone," Mr Charles; trio, Messrs J and D. Hughes, and Tom Bowen; soug, Miss Davies; duet, Misses Mary EvaiiLi and S. A. Jenkins; song, "Coming through the Rye," Miss Jones; song, Mr D. Hughes. After a vote of thanks had been enthusiastically accorded to the Lord Lieutenant and his family, the enter- tainment was brought to a close by singing Hen Wlad fy Nbadau," and all dispersed for their homes, having spent a very enjoyable evening.

LLANWNEN-

PENBOYR.

--EMLYN.

LLANDYSSUL.

LLANSAWEL.

ABERGORLECH.

BRYNSION.

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