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CYFLWYNEDIG I BOBL GWAENYSGOR.…

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The Vicar's Illness.

Ploughing Match.

New Industry.

PARISH COUNCIL AND STILES.

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To Develop Talent.

Evening School Supper.

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Evening School Supper. This much-looked for event took place last Wednesday evening at the Council School, and was given by gentlemen interested in the education of our young men. The catering was in the able hands of Mr Williams, London House, who gave every satisfaction. Over fifty sat down to supper, including the work- ingmen managers of the school. Letters of apology for non-attendance were read from CIY Rev. Dr. Pan Jones, Mr Thomas Roberts (Pen-y-ffordd), and Dr. Evans. Mr and Mrs Batters received a splendid reception on their arrival. After supper a hearty vote of thanks was given the donors of the supper, on the pro- position of Mr Batters, who also gave the young men some good advice. The vote was seconded by Mrs Batters, supported by Mr Dickenson. A miscellaneous entertainment followed, presided over by Mr Batters, the programme including Song, Master John Henry Lloyd; recitation, Master Isaac Leighton gramo- phone selection, Mr Dickenson, ventriloquism Master John Henry Lloyd recitation, Mr C. J. Batters; mimicking dialogue, Masters John Henry and Edward Lloyd song, Mr Richard Owen Williams speech. Mr Arthur Dennis chorus, night school male voice choir, led by Master John Henry Lloyd game, Family Coach," story read by Mr T. Jones, School. Several well-known Welsh hymns were sung by the choir, and a most enjoyable evening was spent.

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Sunday School Anniversary.

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Co-operative Society.