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LLANSANTFFRAID. # I CHRISTMAS DAY was spent in an exceedingly in- teresting manner at the above thriving village. In- stead of the festivities and frolics usual at such a time, the friends of the Church determined to pre- pare more religious and moral means of spending the day. In accordance with the general custom, there was a prayer-meeting at the National School at 5 a.m which was numerously attended and well-con- ducted. At 10 a.m. there was morning prayer in Church, the Rev. W. Herbert. vicar, officiating. This service was better attended than usual. The Church was nicely adorned for the occasion, and reflected great credit on the young people who had been so active in the work. Never was the sacred edifice decorated with better taste. In the afternoon the Sunday scholars were treated to tea and cake at the Schoolhouse, when 187 partook of the good things provided for them by Mrs. and Miss Herbert, of the Vicarage Mrs. and Miss Morgan, Alltlwyd farm Mrs. and Miss Jones, Blaengwenyn Mrs. and Miss Hughes, Maesgwyn Mrs. Jones, Penlon Mrs. Williams, Court; and Mrs. Evans, Convoy. After tea addresses were delivered by the following gentle- men :-Rev. W. Herbert, vicar (chairman) Mr D. Morgan, Alltlwyd and Mr S. Williams, inland re- venue officer and a silver communion service, con- sisting of flagun, chalice, paten, and offertory plate, was exhibited, which had been obtained by subscrip- tion, through the indefatigable exertions of Miss Herbert, the vicar's daughter. A vote of thanks was given to these ladies, as well as to the congre- gation, for such a tangible proof of their love to the Church. Thete was a public meeting at the School- room in the evening, which was crowded to excess, when there were recitations and singing, together with addresses on the utility of the Sunday school. The programme was as follows :— 1. Ton gan y cor, Carol nadolig." 2. Adrodd- iad gan Lewis Jenkins. 3. Tôn gan y côr, 'Rwy'n myn'd i'r nef." 4. Colli fy mam," gan John Har- ris. 5. Quartet, John Pugh a'i gyfeillion. 6 Dadl gan Catherine Jones, Dauntless," a'i chyfeilles. 7. Ton gan y cor, Holl famau Caersalem." 8. Ad- roddiad gan Magdalen Evans. 9. Solo gau Ebenezer Evans. 10. Adroddiad gan Catherine Anne Cole. 11. "Canymorwr." 12. Dadl gan Catherine Jones, Egrateia," a'i chyfeilles. 13. Trio, 0 gollwng fi." 14. Dadl gan Elizabeth Pugh a'i chyfeilles. 15. Solo and chorus, Ar welv gwellt." 16. Adroddiad, "Dirwest a'r tybacco." "17. Ton gan y cor, "O! deuwch, ffyddloniaid." 18. The king and the miller." 19. Ton, "Eisteddai teithiwr blin." 20. Adroddiad gan. Margaret Mary Edwards. 21. Solo, Yr Hydref." 22. Yr ysgol sabbothol," gan John Richards. 23. Quartet, "Amser gwell." 24. Solo gan Thomas Jones. 25. Trio, 0 hapus ddydd pan oeddwn." 26. Solo, Annie Laurie." 27. Ar- a.eth gan Mr Williams. 28. Duet, Cwyn yr am- ddifad." 29. Ton gan y cor, "Pwyfel Efe?" 30. Solo gan Hannah Richards. 31. "The last rose of summer." 32. Dadl, "Y diwyd n'r diog." 33. Solo gan John Richards. 34. Solo and chorus, Y gwcw." 35. Ton gan y cor, "Fy Arglwydd da." 36. "I'r vsarol Sul." 37. Solo and chorus, "Dyoddefiadau Cr!st.

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