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CWMRHEIDOL. THE BOARD ScHOOL. A tea was given to the children attending the LI wynygroesschool on Friday, May 20th. Everythisg was carried on in a very satisfactory manner, and the ladies of the neighbour- hood are to be highly complimented for the great in- terest taken by them in the school. After the children (about 55 in number) had psurtaken of the good things laid before them, they were taken out under the superintendence of the master. The various standards were arranged in order, and races of 100 yards and upwards were- ran. The parents of the children were afterwards treated to a tea and cake. A vote of thanks to tho ladies for their generosity was proposed) in a humorons way by the master of the school, and seconded by M r Thomas Morgan. At seven p.m. a concert was held at the schoolroom, under the presidency of Mr J. Morgan, Tyllwyd-ucliaf. The meeting was conducted by Mr W. Jones, schoolmaster. The chairman performed his duties in an admirufclo manner, and, although the schoolroom was fuli, everyone was very orderly. His wit and wisdom, kisown in an extended circle, were to the point, and has remarks on the advantages of education evoked great interest. The following rendered excel ent services to the singing, which was of a very high ordt-i Eoa Melindwr. Eos Brwyno, the school children, Messrs Jonathan Kichards, E. A Morgan, E. Davey- Jones and David Davies. An address was given by Mr W. Jones, schoolmaster, on the Importance of sending children regularly to school." The usual rotes of thanks to the chairman and others, and the siting of '1 Hen wlad fy nhadau" brought a very successful, meetiivg- to a close.

ABERAYRON.

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