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CRWBIN, LLANGYNDEYRN.

BA K Y FELIX.

GELLI W E N.

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TALLEY.

LLANDEFEILOG.

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LLANDEFEILOG. PARISH COUNCIL.-At a parish meeting held in Idole Schoolroam on Wednesday, the 16th inst., Mr Evan Jones Roberts, schoolmaster, presiding, the following were elected Parish Councillors for the ensuing year :—John Bowen, Gellydeg, farmer Benjamin Daviee, Cilgadan, farmer; John Davies, Pentowin, farmer Richard Davies, Blaengwastod, farmer; .fhomas Davies, Coedy brain, farmer *'William Edmund Davies, Croesyceilog, builder Samuel Evans, Cloygin Mill, miller; Morris Jones, Cape], farmer; Wrilliam Morgans, Ty- newydd, farmer; David Rees, Coedlline, farmer Georgo Thomas, Llechdwnni, farmer; Owen Thomas, Ffynnoneiddon, farmer William John Vole, Llwyncrwn, shoemaker. Those with an asterisk preceding their names are new members. BANC-Y-CArEL.—At the above chapel on Thursday (17th inst.), in connection with the Sunday School, a tea party and enter- tainment was held, vrhen a large numbe came together to partake of the good things prepare, and who were very graciously waited upon by the following ladies :—Miss Price and Miss Mathias, Forest Mrs Williams, Gelli-weu; and Miss Lewis, Rhydw. The good family of the Capel Farm were not iu any way backward in doing- their part to make matters pleasant for the members of the Sunday School by allowing them every privilege about the house and farm. After the tea, punctual at 7 o'clock, Mr J. Hywel Rees, Carmarthen (owing to the regretted indisposition of the minister, the Rev J. Lloyd Thomas) occupied the chair, when a programme of 48 items was gone through. It may be added that Mr David Williams and Mr Herbert Jones, Capel Farm (conductors of the juvenile and adult choirs), are to be very much compli- mented for the painstaking manner in which r5 they taught their respective choirs in order to bring them to such a stago of perfection in their rendering of tho different choruses. Recitations were given by Mr John Price, Mr Lewis, and Miss Lewis, Rhydw. Solos by Miss Jones, Capel Farm Mr John Hughes, Pistyll Mr J. W. Rees, Lan Farm and Mr William Morris, St. Anne's (encored). We must not omit to mention the excellent renderings of three choruses by Penygraig Male Voice Party, under the conductorship of Mr Ben Morgans, Croesyceilog, who were accorded a hearty vote of thanks, as also were the ladies whom so kindly waited at the tables. The Chairman also accorded a cordial vote of thanks, which was proposed by Mr Jones., Capel Farm, and secouded by Mr John Hughes. The very pleasant and orderly meeting terminated with the singing of a hymn.

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