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ABERYSTWYTH.

AllRAG-ELL.

DINAS MAWDDWY.

LAMPETER.

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BARMOUTH.

ABERLLEFENJNI.

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ABERLLEFENJNI. The children of the Aberllefenni Board School on Friday last were treated to an excellent tea through the kindness of Lady Pryce and her niece, Miss Meyrick of Appley Castle, Wellington. Over eighty children were present and all enjoyed the good things set before them. Hearty cheers were given to the ladies for their treat. The headmas- ter, Mr J. R. Evans, referred to the great interest taken in the school and the children by Lady Pryce. Several songs were sung by the children and they went through their musical drills. Lady Pryce expressed her pleasure at the excellent tone and discipline of the school and hoped the children would aim at being good citizens after their school days were ended. The following ladies helped with the tea party Mrs and Miss Davies, (Plas) lis Jane Anne Jones, Mrs Peter Evans, and Mrs J. R. Evans (Hoard School), Miss Alice Hughes. The Rev R. J. Edwards (Vicarage, Corris) was also present. The school has again passed a V ghly- creditable examination and is in a very satisfac- tory condition.

BORTH.

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SALE OF PROPERTY.

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