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AMMANFORD JOTTINGS.

LAMPETER VELFHEY.

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---LLANSADWRN CONCERT.

LLANDOVERY PETry SESSIONS.

MR. D. RANDELL, M P.

CARDIGANSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

THE MAGAZINES.

TRADE REPORT.

M1LFORD HAVEN.

ABERAYRON.

LLANLL WCH.

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LLANLL WCH. TREAT TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CHUECH SUNDAY SCHOOL.—Shrove Tuesday falling this year on February 10th, is considered by the children of the Llanllwch Sunday School, as one of the most important days of the year. The farmers of the parish have been in the habit for many years past of joining hands together in order to give all the members of the Sunday school a grand treat annually on Shrove Tuesday. The gentry, too, most willingly assist with their subscriptions to purchase biscuits, sweets, oranges, buns, &o., for the occasion, as well as a large number of suitable books for prizes. This grand treat passed off mest successfully, and favoured with splendid weather on Tuesday last, and was held at the parish room near the Church. The farmers' tables, which were heavily laden with all manner of good things, were presided over by Miss Lewis, and Miss Davies, Cillefwr Mrs Davies, Cwmaubach Mrs Thomas, Llaullwch farm, and Mrs Dyer, Clinsiw, assisted by a host of ladies, amongst whom we noticed Mrs Marsdeo, the Vicarage; Mrs Bland, Peterwell; Mrs Uearder, the Misses Hearder, and Miss Stuart, from Job's Well; Mrs Baker; Miss Phillips, Wauniago; and Miss Morris, King-street. The tei being ov^r, and the tables cleared out, the Sun lay School tClchers and scholars received their b'1ok prize?, and a promiscuous entertainment foil ow^d, consisting of singing, reading, and recita- tions. The programme, we are afraid, would be too long for insertion in your valuable spare, but spueial mention should be made of two or three out- siders who so kindly volunteered their valued and much appreciated services. We refer to the genial comic singer, Mr Bowen, of Johnstown; the talented Miss Lewis, of Graig, Llangunnog, and the clever reciter, Mr Pyle, Johnstown. The room was crowded to suffocation, and the vicai, the Rev. J. Marsden, presided in his usual able manner. Votes of thanks were passed, aud hearty cheers given to all those who had taken a share in the day'a proc edings, The subscribers were enthusi- astically cheered one by one as the chairman read out the list, viz., Mrs Horton, Ystrad Mrs Hearder, Job's Well Mrs Bland, Peterwell Mrs Howell Thomas, Starling Park; Mrs Thomas, Woodbine; Misses Hughes, Trebersed; Mrs Davies, Pentresil; Mr Williams, Pontgarreg, and Mr Phillips, London House. A compliment was also paid to Mrs Lewis Lillefwr; and Mr Jones, curate, for their services. A vote of thanks to the ch ir.n in and the singing of the National Anthem brought a most enjoyable evening to a close.

KIDWELLY.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND PURITY SOCIETY.…

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