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ABERGAVENNY.

.PONTYPOOL.

THE VARTEG.

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THE VARTEG. On Thursday se'nnight, the children of the Varteg District Schools, in number over 200, had their annual treat. They assembled soon after noon, and after walk- ing in procession they returned to a field near the school- room, where they were plentifully regaled with plum- cake tea, &c., after which they had several hours of play,' racing, and other out-door games, for which the weather was propitious, while at intervals fruit was liberally distributed. There was a large party of the friends of the school present. Among whom were the Rev. F. Bluett, E. E. Tucker, Thomas and Andrew Davis, A. Stammers, J. Edmonds, and J. Sharman, Esqrs., Mrs. and Miss Bluett, the Misses and Master Williams, of Snatchwood, Mrs. Vipond, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Tucker, Miss Sharman, &c. After passing a very happy afternoon, the children sung the National Anthem, and soon after they and the visitors departed, expressing themselves gratified by the arrangements which were made by Mr. and Mrs. Twisden, the master and mistress of the school.

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CARDIFF BURIAL BOARD.