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SOUTH WALES WESLEYAN DISTRICT.

SHOCKING DEATH AT CWMSYMLOG.

LLANARTH.

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LLANARTH. TEA MEETING AND ENTERTAINMENT.—On Friday, May 29th, the scholars attending the Sunday schools in connection with the Calvinistic Methodists of Llanarth and Ffosyffin, were treated to a substantial tea, &c., in commemoration of the centenary of the Sunday school in Wales. Iu the evening an enter- tainment was held at the Llanarth Methodist chapel, when addresses were delivered by the Rev L. Rhystyd Davies, minister, Mr E. Owen, Ffosyffin, and others, on the Sunday school." Several tunes, which were to be sung at the united schools' meeting at New Quay on the following Tuesday, were rendered by the children, and also a tune called Y Nefoedd," which appeared in Trysorfa y Plant, the words having been written by the Rev Rhystyd Davies (the conductor), and the music composed by Mr Lewis J. Roberts, A.C., Aberayron. The programme was gone through to the entire satisfaction of the audience. The Marquis of Abergavenny is (it is alleged), with the Prince of Wale's sanction, working hard among the Conservative peers in favour of the deceased Wife's Sister Bill. His inflnence as the pursebear- er of the party at the general election is naturally very great.

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