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S T C L E A R S TRINITY.—On Wednesday afternoon, the 22nd Aptil, the children of the above Sunday School received their annual treat. The attendance was large and complete, as it g, happens on filCh occasions. The prepsntion was abundant and excellent. The attention of the ladies at the table was literally peifect. Space will not permit us naming them all. The most diligent — and, therefore, the most derervintr-were the following —Mrs D. John, Station-road; Mrs J. John, Iletitre Mrs Howells, Station Mrs Evans, Plasygwr Miss H. John; Miss Iiariics Miss Davies. S wiet?, orae.g; s, and oilier presents were freely distributed to the children before and after tho meeting. In the evening a fine progrumti-e—competitive, literary, and musical—«as gone through. The pastor (Rev J. B. Thomas) was in the chair. Ti e adjudicators weie Mr J. Thomas, Pen line, and Mr Gomer Rees, C.M., Bryn Buard School ti e conductor Mr 1). John, Station-road and the leader of the children's choir Mr T. Thomas. All did their work remarkably well, and gave consummate satisfaction to all concerned. At the close of the meeting a vote of thanks was proposed by the thaiiman to the ladies alrpady"mentioned for the txccllfnt tea and their undivided attentiln. This was second-, d by Mr B. Davies, Graigwen. Given to the meeting, it was carried with great applause.


! Ferryside and District Gossip.



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