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LLANDDEWI BREFI.

.LLANFIHANGEL-RHOSY-CORN.

PENDINE.

TREGARON.

ABERGWILI.

LAMPETER.,

CAPEL TYGWYDD.

NARBERTH.

GOLDEN GROVE.

LLANYBRI.

LLANSTEPHAN.

.CILIAU AERON.

ST. CLEARS.

HIGHMEAD.

LLANWNEN-

PENBOYR.

--EMLYN.

LLANDYSSUL.

LLANSAWEL.

ABERGORLECH.

BRYNSION.

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BRYNSION. ENTERTAINMENT.âA most successful entertain- ment in connection with the Brynsion Band of Hope was held at the Lampeter Velfrey Board School on Wednesday evening, 21st inst. The meeting was ably presided over by the Rev. J. Williams, of Carvan. The meeting was opened by singing "Come, let us join our cheerful songs." This was followed by temperance recitations and dialogues by Messrs. Devonald, Owens, Piiillips, James, and others. The several parties that took part performed their parts well, and elicited often and well-merited applause. Great praise is due to the energetic teachers, Messrs. Davies and Rees, not only for the good training displayed by the members of the Band of Hope, but for their most appropriate selection of dialogues and recita- tions. The R.,v. L. Jamas, chairman of the Pem- brokeshire Education Committee, said a few most appropriate words on Band of Hope work and its benefits. He also bestowed few words of well- deserved praise on Messrs. Davies and Rees, the conductors. After two hours of a most interesting and instructive programme, the meeting came to a close by the singing of "Thy light is come." On the invitation of the rev. Chairman, twelve pledges were taken at the close of the meeting, raising the total number to 127.

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