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c TREFRIW. a WHIST DRIVE—A whist drive was held C at the Public Hall on Thursday evening, — but was not largely attended, only twenty- -1 four players being present. The cup was J won outright by Mrs. Lonsby, and the ladies' first miz went to Miss Berry, Llaa* rwst. The gentlemen's ptíté was won by Mr. J. D. Jones. SCHOLASTIC SUCCESS.—We are pleased to note the futher success of Mr. Hugh Jones, Bryn Dyffryn, who has now obtained a teacher's certificate in Welsh § shorthand. I GENEROSITY.—With his customary N generosity, Capt. J. Kitchen ,of Hoylake, as sent a cheque for £ 5 for the purchase ot prizes for competition in the English language amongst the scholars of the Tref- nw Council School. S' ♦ ,Eryri's Mountains" was' T« I Sv, 1 a lecture delivered at Eben- ?rM t0 membera of Peniel (C.M.I and Ebenezer (C.) Literary Societies I on Thursday evening by Mr. Gethin Jones, F.R.G.S. The chair was occupied by the Rev. Henry Jones. At the close the lec- I turer was accorded a hearty vote of thanks for his able discourse. SCHOOL MANAGERS.—A meeting of the school managers was held on Tuesday evening, Mr. Robert Evans presiding, when arrangements for the distribution of prizes were made. Mr. T. R. Williams was ap- pointed visitor for the month, and the ques- tion of appointing a female teacher was considered.




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