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BRITHDIR. TEA PARTY AT THE BOARD SCHOOL. A tea party was held at the above place on Wednesday, the 31st of March, for the purpose of introducing the new master (Mr. W. Pryce "W illiams), to the inhabitants of the neighbourhood. The tea commenced about 3 o'clock. The children numbering about 100 first partook of tea; and before leaving the tea tables every child was pre- sented with an orange, the gift of Mrs. R. Pughe, Heolygog, and Mrs., W. Williams, Queen's Square, Dolgelley. After dismis- sing the children, the ladies and gentlemen sat down to tea. The following ladies pre- sided and waited at the tea tables:—Mrs. J. Williams, Moel View; Mrs. Owen, Cross Keys: Mrs. Williams and Miss Amy Owen, Queen's Square; Miss Ellis, West Street; Miss S.Williams, Union Square; Miss Evans, Frondirion, and Miss Williams, English Terrace, Dolgelley, Mrs. R. Pughe, Heoly- gog Mrs. and Miss Williams, Islaw'r dref; Mrs. Humphreys, Pantycra; Mrs. Lewis, Tabor; Miss Jones, Tynewydd; Mrs. and Miss L. Roberts, Perthi; Mrs. Hughes, Garth; Mrs. Jones, Cae ceirch; Mrs. Evans, Tyddyn gareg: Mrs. Evans, Tyddyn mwyn Miss M. A. Pugh, Tyglas; Miss Maggie Price, Coed; and Miss S. Evans, Maesyr- helma, Brithair. The superintendents of the tea party were Mrs. Pughe, Garthwnion Mrs. Price, Fron- oleu; Mrs. Evans, Gwanos; Miss Roberts, Tyglas; and Miss Hickman, Caerynwch, Brithdir. Among the gentlemen present were the Rev. J Williams, B.A., Moel View; Mr. E. P. Williams, London House; Mr. Richard Williams, Postmaster; Mr. G. Ellis, West Street, Dolgelley Mr. iJ. Price, Fronoleu; Mr. O. O. Roberts, Head master of boys' Board School, Dolgelley; Mr. Williams, Head master, Tslaw'rdref,lboys'Board School, Dolgelley; Mr. H, Roberts, Master, Dol- gelley Union; Mr. Ellis Williams, Atten- dance Officer: Rev. J. Walters and Rev. H. Roberts. After everybody had partaken of a good tea, the tables were cleared, and a concert commenced in which several vocalists of the neighbourhood rendered good service, and also the school children. Speeches were delivered by the chairman (Rev. H. Roberts) and others present. The singing of both the choirs under Mr. D. Jones, Dolygammedd, were especially good; also the recitation by Mr. J. Jones, Henshop, and the Musical Drills by the children. The concert terminated at half past eight, after a very happy afternoon and evening had been spent. Great credit is due to all the ladies for preparing such a good tea.

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