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A BEKG W I LI. THE .DEF.G\\lI.I CHURCH CHOIR AT THE I'ALACE. -Aborgwili Church Choir was invited by Lishop Owen to the Palace on New Year's night. The choir numbered 50, and was under the conductorship of Mr E. H. Davits, schoolmaster. The proceedings commenced by the choir singing Christmas carols. A few anthems were then-sung in the front hal!, after which the party proceeded to the servant's hall where lunch was pre- pared for the choir, the repast consising of cakes, buns, bread and butter, mince pies, eve. The Lord flishop was very much pleaded with the singing, and complimented Mr E. XL Davies on the trouble that he had taken in training them. After lunch the choir again sang a few tunes, the proceedings being concluded with "God save the Queen." Everybody went home well satisfied, having thoroughly enjoyed them- selves from the beginning to the end of the proceedings. THE PWNC was held at Abergwili Church on the 2nd January. At 6 p.m., evening service was held by the Rev T. Thomas, vicar, Mr E. H. Davies leading the anthem, tHe instrumental portion being executed by Master B. Davies. The anthem was "Wele mor ddaionus yw yr Arglwydd." The children were then questioned in the Church Catechism: sang, "J Iedd mewn trallod," and How beautiful upon the mountains," under the leadership of Mr G. Evans, Bryii- mvrddin. The chapter for examination with the Sunday School was the 2nd chapter of St. Matthew. The Lord Bishop interrogated both the children and the Sunday School. Before leaving "Vr hen Ganfcd ("The old Hundrdh ") was sung. Bishop Owen was well satisfied satisfied with the answers to his questions. Everything went off well both with the school and children.

University of London.


Llandilo Petty Sessions.


Llandilo Urban District Council.