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FERRYSIDE. SERVANTS' BALL.—A Ball was given by Mr and Mr* Drummond, of Portiscliff, to their servants and friends at Portiscliff, on New Year's night. The gathering was the most popular of the Christmas and New Year's festivities in the neighbourhood. A quadrille band from Llanelly was engaged for the occasion, and rendered most excellent music. The ball was held in the spacious dining room at Portiscliff, beautifully decorated, and commenced at 9.30 p.m., when Mr and Mrs Drummond led off with Sir Roger de Coverley." There were also present the Misses Cliffton's, relatives of Mrs Drummond. A sumptuous supper was provided in the large servant's hall, which was most artistically decor- ated for the occasion. To enumerate all the good things provided for the enjoyment of those present would occupy too much space, but suffice it to say that everything was there in abundance to make glad the heart of man. The health of Mr and Mrs Drummond was proposed, which was drank with musical honours amid loud ringing cheers. Dancing was then resumed until 3.30., and terminated with the singing of God save the Queen."

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