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THE CENSUS AND REPRESENTATION.

SOCIETY AND PERSONAL.

ICARMARTHEN. -----------------------------

LLANDYSSUL JOTTINGS.

NEUADDFAWR FOXHOUNDS.

\THEATRICAL FIRE.

WAUNIFOR, LLANDYSSUL.

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WAUNIFOR, LLANDYSSUL. SUNDAY SCHOOL TREAT.—The generosity and popularity of Mr and Mrs Lloyd are so well known to many of our readers, that it is needless to dilate here upon their numerous excellent qualities. Among many other acts by which they have won the affection of all classes in the vicinity, not the least noteworthy their kind- ness in providing an annual treat for the members of the St. David's Sunday School. This school met at the above mansion on the afternoon of the 22nd of December, marching into the front and singing a song. The smiling faces of Mr and Mrs Lloyd and all the family greeted them at the door. The first start were the races on the green for the children, and the adults had a game of football in the adjoining field. Among the strangers present were the Rev W. J. Jenkins, icar, and Rev E. P. Jones, curate. When night dropped its dark curtain on the scene, all retired to the house to partake of the good things which were provided in a most plentiful and withal tasteful manner. When the tables were cleared, forms were placed to seat as many as possible in view of the coming entertainment, and the room,which had a platform at one end,had been tastefully decorated for the occasion. Thechairwas occupied by Rev W J Jenkins. Prizes were dis- tributed in books, which were handed to the successful members by Misses Francis Caroline and Margaret Gwladys, Bowen Lloyd and Master Camble, Ivor, Duncan and Gwyan Bowen Lloyd. A lengthy and varied programme was gone through, including a farce entitled, our Houle of Commons." A party sang under the leader- ship of D EThomas, and another under W Jenkins; solos were given by D Jenkins, S.D.C., and Jenkins, also J Jenkins and J Jones duetts by W Jenkins and J Thomas, and Elizabeth Jones and M A Evans recitation and poetry by D E Thomas. The Rev W J Jenkins and Mr T. Williams, Troedrhiwgoch, made brief and appropriate remarks on the occasion, the latter the oldest member of the Sunday school.—Mr Lloyd, during the course of his remarks, said that he wished them to read their Bibles carefully, and every time they would open it they would find something new continually.—Rev W. J. Jenkins proposed a vote of thanks to Mr and Mrs Lloyd, which was seconded by the Rev E. P. Jones. -The singing of a hymn, "Dan dy fendith," &c., brought the proceedings to a close.

MYNACHLOGDDU.

PONTARDL- LAIS,

WHITLAND.

EGLWYS CUMMIN.

ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

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