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TE iROES, DYFFRYN CERDIN.1

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LLANYBRI.

PENCADER.

GOLDEN GROVE.

CAPEL CYNON (CARDIGANSHIRE).

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CAPEL CYNON (CARDIGANSHIRE). GENEROUS GIFT.-We are very glad to be able to announce that A H Hastie, Esq., of London, and of Wstrws House, Capel Cynon, has presented to the ancient and historical parish Church of Capel Cynon, a beautiful silver flagon, in a nice oak case, lined with blue velvet. The flagon bears the following inscription, For the use of St. Cynon Church, Cardiganshire, Christmas 1891." This flagon, together with the silver chalice and paten already there, now make up a complete set of silver communion service for the use of the above church. Mr Hastie has already done much good in the parish since he has taken up his residence here, and we wish him and Mrs. Hastie long life to enjoy the luxury of doing good. It is a great disadvantage that there is no residence for the Rector in the parish, but we are glad to understand that strenuous efforts are being made by the present incumbent to provide a Parsonage House, and also to build a Mission Church at the village of Talgarreg. The site for the latter, has already been presented and conveyed for the benefit of the living, by the late Aldaborough Lloyd Williams, Esq.. of Glanrafon House, Talgarreg, and of Newlands, Guernsey. The Rev D. H. Jones, by his inde- fatigable perseverance and tact has, in a quiet and unobtrusive way, done much good work for the church; and we wish him every sucoess in the future. "THAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?"—Messrs. Elliman, of blough, give this title to a unique little publication brought out for the purpose of advertising Elli- mans mbrocation, but made generally attractive by its really exceptionally good illustrations. Mr John bturgess has drawn a number of striking pictures oi banting, coaching, polo, &c and Mr Sturgess, haa. supplied episodes of athletics, &c., the W hole covering a wide range of sport. The illustrations (19 of them) in a larger size are to be obtained separately from the former. They have the advantage that in this form their present com- mercial associations msappear, and they stand out as really caPLtft. t T^A^OTTT^? tileir own merits, » WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT ?'> would be sent free for Twopence in stamps, and 19 Sporting Prints for P.O. 2s 6d or stamps 2s 6d. Sent abroad for P.O. 3s 6d, Address—Elliman, Sons and Co., Slough. t¡:Jjt

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CONWIL ELVET.

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