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ITHE CARMARTHEN TRADESMEN'S…

ILLANDILO.

-.-'LLANDOVERY.

LAUGHARNE.I

COURT HENRY.

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COURT HENRY. SCHOOL TREAT AND CHRISTMAS TREE.—The Court Henry family have once again distinguished themselves in their generosity, and gi eat attention paid to the young folks of the neighb urhood. p ,t 11 Oil Thursday, the 29th ult., the children attend- ing the Board School, Sunday School, and the drum and fife band, were regaled with a sumptuous supply of tea and cake and other elelicacies of the season, at the Board School, kindly giVt n by Mrs Saut.ders, and the Misses Sauudeis, who in addition to Mis Lloyd, Bieon, made themselves conspicuous eluriitg the after- neon, by seeing that a'l did full justice to the inner man. After the cloths were removed various games with pr'zes were indulged in in the P ayground. At dusk ail paraded to the reading room where a large concourse of pc le had as^ernb ed eagerly waiting open doors, and wit- ness the various articles pro\ideel for the child: en, for t' eir attendance at school. Instantly on the arrival of the young folks the doors weno thrust open, and the usual i.e"i;d faces m d them in The trees were lit with candles of various colours and with the exception of the leadors were entirely lild fi-, it) view, wi h al fc'es such as woik boxes, dolls, aprons, knit: cd jack, ts, baskets, muffs, needle c, ses, books, scarfs, guns, inkstands, bills, etc. etc., and were cut down and elisfributeel acc rding to il e at end aice made at school. Pm- s were given f, r needle w-ik, viz., siaiidarels five and six, first prize, Elizabeth Davies, Llwynyriwen second prize. L. M. Davies, Twyn FarlH. St:tii(li,r(I thict-, Matg;,iet Thomas, Glaiisannau Mill. Standard t\<o, Ellen Powell, Twyn Cottag»\ Standard one, Sarah Thomas, Cildelerv. Infants' Class, Sarah Lewis, Rhanelir. Afterwards piizes were givuiforlhe highest attendance at the elay school, Margaret Anne Jenkins, Morfabach taking the fi rsl, and Eleanor Thomas, Llwynhelig, the second These consisted of purses cemtaining a good sum of money. The children now rendered a few of their school songs, and a most enjoyable evening was brought to a close by the rendering of the National Anthem.

LLANEGWAD.

LLANDYSSUL.

WHITLAND.

j'ST. CLEARS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

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