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LLANYBYTHER. SC-HDAT ScUÕOL T'RHAT -On Thursday, the 13th inst., the Sunday school children of Llanybyther and Llanwenog were entertained to tea at the town hall, by the Rev. H. Jones and Mrs Jones. About 50 sat down, and after doing ample justice to the tea and cake they retired to au adjoining field, where they spent a couple of hours to their heart's content. A large quantity of apples were distributed, and what greatly amused them was a •' mechanical flying bat." Mrs Jones was assisted by Mrs Dr Davies, Miss Felix, and other members of the con- gregation Before separating the children sang several of their Sunday school tunes, to the great admiration of the spectators. A vote of thanks to Mr and Mrs Jones for their grrat kindness in giving this treat, together with three hearty cheers from the children, brought a very pleasant afternoon to a close. The town hull was kindly lent for the occasion by Mr John Williams, the Black Lion.

, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES.I

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