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Tea and Concert at Johustown. Carmarthen. Last Friday (New Years Eve) a tea, which had been subscribed for by parents, teachers, and friends, was given at the Board School to the scholars. The needs of the little ones were attended to by the following ladies Mrs Pile, Mrs Evans, Mrs Jones, Mrs Dyer, and Mrs Morgan, assisted by the teachers, Misses Lewis, tones, Williams, Mrs Bowen, and Mr G. Samuel. The cake had been supplied by the North British Co. In the evening a conceit was held in the same place the programme being of the nature of a miscellaneous musical medley, as may be gathered from the proceedings. The chair was occupied by Mr J Lewis, T.P., and the duties of accompanist were excellently performed by Miss Edwina C. Lewis. The following was the programme :—Chorus, "Welcome" recitations, Dick Thomas and Dora Lewis; pianoforte duett, Lnuna Phillips and May Grevillc-; recitations, W 11. Davies and E. A. Lodwick; chorus, "The brook" recitation, Mary Morgan; song, Infants (under the direction of Miss E. E. Lewis); recitation, Sarah A. Evans. Children's bazaar, Standard 2 Girls chorus, The Railway Train "j song, H. M. Lewis. Play, "Christmas Frolic":—lather Christ- mas, Mr W. J. Lewis; gouty Joe, Mr H. Pile; Forty Winks, Mr James Jones Miss Fido, Miss Agnes Evans Miss Spinster, Miss A. Tones, \c song, Infants (Miss E. E. LewiJ): recitation, Miss 11. J. Williams; song, Miss Bessie Phillips. Minstrel troupe: Messrs James Jones, James Davies, W. Thomas, f), T. Thomas, Arthur Thomas, John Davies, Bertie Thomas, T. B. Rees, Edward Tohn Davies, John Daniel Davies, F. J. Harries, and Johnny Davies trio and chorus, "A Happy New Year." The room was lull and the audience seemed to appreciate, and to be well satisfied with, the efforts of the little ones. It was a treat of innocence and enjoyment. Mr Samuel pro- posed a vote of thanks to Miss E. C. Lewis, the accompanist, being the one most deserving of thanks. It was accorded with enthusiasm.

L L A N GADOCK.

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