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THE CHILDREN'S CORNER [CONDUCTED BY UNCLE ROBIN.) Between the dark and the daylight, When the night is beginning to lower. Oomea a pause in too dav's occupations That is known as the Children's Hour.' Ail teachers are invited to send to UHCL* RoBIN, "The Cambrian," Wind-street, Swansea, farticnlars of anything suitable for publi- tation in connection with their schools—in- teresting personal notes about the children 'with names, etc.) curious sayings, note- worthy examination results, etc. A HANDSOME PRIZE Will be given every week to the boy or girl who sends in the best letter. Bd brief and definite, and strive to write that which you think will interest. TO SCHOOLMASTERS AND OTHERS. Uncle Robin will give a handsome prize to the boy or girl who sends in the best report of any school concert. Schoolmasters and teachers whose concerts have not yet been held would oblige by making this known to their scholars. HAVE YOU AN IDEA ? IT MAY BRING YOU A VALUABLE PRIZE. Uncle Robin wishes to introduce a good and new competition among his little friends. There is often wisdom in the multitude, and so a handsome book prize is offered. for the best suggestion sent in by Wednesday, Feb. 18th. THE SUGGESTION SHOULD BE BRIEFLY AND DEFINITELY STATED ON A POST-CARD. Now, boys and girls, put on your thinking caps and set to work at once. and you may win a very handsome prize. Remember, on- ly post-cards should be used, and they should be addressed to Uncle Robin, c.o. the Editor, The Cambrian/' 58. Wind-street, Swansea.

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