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! CARMARTHEN TOWN COUNCIL.

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NEWCHURCH.

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NEWCHURCH. SUNDAY SCHOOL EXCURSION On Thursday, the 25th ult., the members of Newchurch Sunday School, to the number of 120, visited Llan- stephan in vehicles varying from gamboes to market cars. Having arrived there, the inner man was provided for, and all were treated to buns, &c. At 12.30 all the members were invited to the long room of the Union Hall to partake of a sumptuous dinner, which all enjoyed to their hearts' delight. Afterwards all went down to the sands, where games, &c., were indulged in. At 4 o'clock a rush was made for the long room again, where Mrs Hughes and the other ladies of the school had provided tea and H bara brith." At an early hour all left for home, which was reached about 9 o'clock. It is worthy of mention that Mr and Mrs Stephens, Trawsmawr Newydd, defrayed the expenses of the dinner which was given to the children. A cordial vote of thanks was given to Mr and Mrs Hughes, who, in returning thanks, referred to the good behaviour of the company and the excellent singing they had listened to that day under the leadership of Messrs Thomas and Rudd. Mr Hughes was highly pleased with them. Our warmest thanks are due to Mr and Rees for the use of the room and their kindness in preparing the dinner. -Con.

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