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--------Weekly Notes by Quirkpepip.…

—————-.-, :!!. Ojiginal Poetry.

.. The Cogan School Board…


The Cogan School Board Spend a Pleasant Afternoon. On Saturday last, the members of the Cogan School Board, together with the master of the Cogan Schools, Mr R. A. Lewis, spent a very pleasant time together. At the invitation of the genial Chairman of the Board, W. L. Morris,Esq., the party left Cogan in a carriage and pair for a drive through the country district. At Wenvoe the party halted, and, with Mr J. p. Proud as pilot, visited the Castle and grounds then, after a very enjoyable drive through Porth- kerry Park, the party proceeded to the Ship Hotel, Barry, where they were catered for by Miss Lester in her best style, and ample justice was done to the splendid repast, Under the direction of the Rev F. E. Williams, M.A., rector of Llandough, the party visited the Priory at Barry, and were shown over the institution, which is doing splendid work for the sailors. A short concert was improvised under the leadership of Mr J. F. Proud, with Mr R. A. Lewis at the piano, which the sailors heartily enjoyed. The good fathers in charge heartily thanked the mem- bers of the Board for their visit and a little assist- ance. The party drove back along the dock side and through Sully, reaching Penarth about 9 p.m. The outing was thoroughly enjoyed; and hearty thanks were given to Mr Morris for his great kind- ness. As at present constituted, the Cogan School Board consists of W. L, Morris, Bsq, J.P. (chair- man), District Councillor Pavey (vice-chairman), Rev F. E. Williams, M.A., and Messrs J. F. Proud and E, Bi Riley.


- -'•* ICorrespondence.


.-... Presbyterian Church.