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LLANDRINDOD WELLS.

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LOCAL NEWS. [FOR FURTHER DISTRICT NEWS SEE PAGE 7.] PENLLERGAER. On Tuesday the choir of St. David's Church, Penllergaer, had their annual outing. About fifty were conveyed in vehicles of different kinds to Gowerton Station in time to meet the 8.55 a.m. train, attached to which was a saloon carriage into which they entered, and in which they were conveyed to Tenby, reaching there a little after 11 a.m. o'clock. The shore, the Castle Grounds, and St. Catherine's Rock were visited, and many other objects of interest, such as the church, &0. At one o'clock, the whole party sat down to a sumptuous luncheon provided by Hostess Griffiths, of the Temperance Hotel, and at 4.30 tea was provided at the same place. The Rev. T. P. and Mrs. Lewis, St. David's Parsonage, Penllergaer, accompanied the choir, and the Rev. W. Headley, M.A., of Gorseinon, was one of the party. The Rev. T. D. Lewis, in addressing a few remarks to the choir, said how glad he was to see Mr. Kirby once more able to come out, and hoped that he would continue to improve steadily in health, till restored to his pristine vigour. A cordial vote of able to come out, and hoped that he would continue to improve steadily in health, till restored to his pristine vigour. A cordial vote of thanks to Sir John and Lady Llewelyn for bearing the expenses of the annual treat, this year as usual, was unanimously given.—A vote of thanks to Mr. Kirby for the trouble he had taken to make the treat a success was also warmly accorded, and Hostess Griffiths was thanked for the efficient manner that she had done the catering. The party started from Tenby about six o'clock, reaching Gowerton a little after eight, and from' thence were conveyed to Penllergaer in various kinds of vehicles, reaching Penllergaer a little after nine, having thoroughly enjoyed the outing. Before leaving Tenby the choir sang several pieces specially prepared for the occasion, and some Welsh hymns, as they did also on their journey to and from Tenby.— Cor.

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