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TE iROES, DYFFRYN CERDIN.1

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LLANYBRI.

PENCADER.

GOLDEN GROVE.

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GOLDEN GROVE. Christmas was kept at Golden Grove in the usual fashion. The usual services were held at the parish church. There was a celebration of the Holy Communion in Welsh at 10, and iD English at mid-day. The latter was partly choral, the music of the communion service in this year's festival book being adopted. The II Gloria in Excelsis" was particularly effective. The choir also rendered the anthem, Let us now go even unto Bethlehem (Simper) in excellent style, Miss WonDacott taking the treble solo, and Mrs Joseph presiding at the harmonium. The vicar (Rev E. Jones) officiated throughout. The church was decorated in a manner appropriate to the great festival, with evergreens and texts, by Lady Emlyn and the Misses Campbsll, &c., and presented an attractive as well as instructive appearance. The walls told the joyous tale, "Unto no a child is born, unto us a Son is given," Hark the herald angels sing, glory to the new born King."

CAPEL CYNON (CARDIGANSHIRE).

LAM PETER.

CONWIL ELVET.

PEMBROKE.

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CARDIGAN.

CHRISTMASTIDE AT CARMARTHEN.

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