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PENARTH. PRESENTATION TO SERGEANT SANSOM. — On Tuesday evening last a few friends of Police- sergeant Sansom, late of Penarth, met at the Ship Hotel for the purpose of making him a presentation on his leaving for Pontymister. The testimonial of a silver tea and coffee service, the presentation being made by Mr H. S. Wilkins. and supplied by Mr C. Wehrley, silversmith and jeweller, Penarth. There were about thirty gentlemen present. THE WESLEYAN BAND OF HOPE.-On Wednes- day evening last this society held their last entertainment for the season. The programme consisted of the following :—Pianoforte solo, Ash Grove," Miss Florrie Thomas recitations, The Homes of England," Miss Louie Redclift; Troublesome Willie," Miss Ida Blomar; Where does it come from ?" Miss Ada Pawley The true story of the magic bottle," Miss Annie C. Hooper Larboard watch piccolo duet, Bros. White recitation, The two palaces," Miss Kate Northey; dialogue, "The husbandman and the adder," Masters Charles and Harry Pawley The schoolgirls' quarrel," Misses E. Bull, S. Pile, Rhoda Ram, Ada Allen, and Matilda Denning recitations, The angel of temperance," Miss Hannah Thomas The teetotal cat," Miss Susan Hayter A little child shall lead them," Miss Marion Bull Norah's mother," Mi!1s Ethel James; "Only a year ago," Miss Dottie Ram "Bob Raynes." Miss Mary Ann Jones Confirming echo," Blanche and George Pile and The blind boy," Stephen Caddy. An enjoyable evening was spent. COGAN. LECTURE ON "GARDENS."—At the Methodist Schoolroom on Wednesday evening last an interest- ing lecture was delivered on Gardening by Mr A. Pettigrew, head gardener to the Marquis of Bute, the Rev Mr Coupe in the chair. Mr Petti- grew in his lecture gave many useful hints to those present as to the time of planting and sowing the different kinds of produce also the kinds of soil required. Among those present were Mr and Mrs R. A. Lewis, Mr E. B. Riley, Mr D. Rees (Cornerswell), Mr and Mrs Ensor. Messrs Richards, Pavey, Joseph, Hall, J. F. Proud, R. Price, A. Redwood, &c. Many questions were asked by those present, and ably answered by Mr Pettigrew, the evening being enjoyable as well as interestingly spent. A vote of thanks to Mr Pettigrew and the chairman was accorded.

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