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PENLLWYN. NEXT WEDNESDAYâPhilip Sidney will visit Penllwyn, and will deliver his popular lecture on 'â A ride across the American Prairies." MARWOLAETH.âBu farw plentyn i Richard a Mary Hughes, Penpontbren, dydd Gwener, Ionawr 26ain, a chladdwyd ef y dydd Mercher canlynol yn mynwent capel M. C. Penllwyn, pryd y daeth tyrfa liosog i daluy gymwynas olaf, ac i ddangoseu cyd- ymdeimlad a'r teulu. Gwasanaethwyd yn y ty ac yn y capel gan y Parch. D. Morgan, ac wrtli y bedd gan y Parch. John Williams. MELIXDWR SCHOOL BOARD.âA special meeting of the Board was held at Penllwyn last Thursday. The members present were Mr James, Aelybryn (chairman); Messrs Parry, Tyllwyd; John Rowland, GogiDan; J. Pugh Lewis, Llwyniorwerth-uchaf; John Morris, Pandy; and the Rev M. Morgan, Capel Bangor. The meeting had been called to appoint an assistant teacher for the Penllwyn school, and to vote for representative governors on the Aberystwyth County School. Five bad applied for the post of assistant mistress, and two names were proposed and seconded, Miss Lewis,Llanon (daughter of Mrs Lewis, of the Tynllidiart Arms, Capel Bangor, and Miss Blodwen Adams, Barmouth. In the voting, Messrs Pugh Lewis and Parry voted for Miss Adams; and Messrs Morgan. Rowland, and Morris, for Miss Lewis. Mr. James (chairman), abstained from voting, so the post was given to Miss Lewis. Mr George Davis, J.P., Aberystwyth; Mr James James, J.P., Ffynonbowell; and Mrs Jessy Williams, Aberystwyth, were voted for as governors for the County School. ENTERTAINMENT.âOn Friday evening last, an Entertainment was held at the Penllwyn Board School. The chair was occupied by Mr. J. James, Pwllcenawon, and the accompanists were Miss Morgan, Poplar Miss Jennie Jones, A.L.C.M., Minavon and Miss May James, Broncastell. The programme which included the following items was gone through satisfactorily:â Recitation, Master Hughie Hughes; song, Miss M. E. Pugh pianoforte duett, Misses Jennie Jones and Kitty James; song, Master Tommy Jones song, Mis* Blodwen Jones; pianoforte solo, Miss A. M. James song, Mr. W. Edwards and children; competition for the best story, adjudicator, Mr. Joseph Parry, C.C., best Messrs Willie Morris and Tommy Griffiths; pianoforte solo, Miss M. E. Parry; glee Bwthyn ar y bryn," Mr. John Hughes and party; song, Y mynydd i mi," Mr. John Edwards; dialogue, Messrs Isaac Williams and W. H. Davies; song, Hen iaith fy Mam," Miss Kate Pierce (Llinos Rheidol) reeitation, Mr. Willie Morris, song, Dim ond deilen," Miss M. Edwards; song, Master T. O. Jamea pianoforte solo, Miss Gwladya Adams duett, I know a bank," Misses C. Evans and Kate Pierce; recitation, Miss G. J. Morgan song, Ora pro Nobis," Miss E. A. Morgan song, Bwthyn ar y traeth," Mr. W. H. Davies dialogue, Misses Getta Jones and Lizzie James; glee, Miss Kate Pugh and party; recitation, Master Tommy Griffiths; song, Afr. W. Edwards song, Excelsior," Mr. John Rees; song, Bwthyn bach melyn fy ahad," Mrs. M. Hughes song, Mr. R. B. Lewis; glee, Mr. William Edwards and party; recitation, Mr. David Davies; song, Mr. William Davies. Miss Kate Pierce, who is well-known by her eisteddfodic title of Llinos Rheidol," has inherited a strong musical talent, and will no doubt in a short time find herself in the front rank of Welsh singers. She is to be congratulated on the very fine and skillful way in which she sang her well-ehosen songs. Miss Evans is possessed of a very sweet voice which she knows how to use to advantage. Mr. Willie Morris recited in a pathetic and intelligent manner, and the same may be said of Master Tommy Griffiths. It was most pleasing to see so many new recruits to the musical platform of the village. At the conclusion of the programme the Rev. D. Morgan proposed a vote of thanks to the chairman and to the artistes, and Mr. J. Morris seconded the resolution in appropriate terms. Thanks are also due to Messrs Job Sylvanus, Ben Vaughan, and R. B. Lewis for the part they took in making the entertainment a success.

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