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♦— WELSHPOOL.

MIDDLETOWN.

LLANSANTFFRAID

LLANWNOG.

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LLANWNOG. SCHOOL TREAT.—Thursday week was quite a red letter day for the children attending the School at Llanwnog, the managers generously entertaining them to tea in the afternoon. After tea all present adjourned to a field lent for the occasion by the Vicar, Rev D. Parry, where racing and other games were indulged in, and prizes were given to the winners. At 5 20 p.m. a move was made to Pont- dolgoch to see the Royal train passing conveying T.R.H. the Prince and Princess of Wales and the Princesses Victoria and Maud | to Machynlleth. The children returned to the Schoolroom, where prizes were given to those who had distinguished themselves at the last Diocesan Inspection. The prizes were distributed by Mrs. Jones, Gwernypwll. Mr. Jones Henblas, hon. secretary and treasurer, addressed each child in a very encouraging and hannv manner, and hoped that the prizes given that day would act as a stimulus to the children to attend school more regularly. The scholars sang several songs during the evening. The tea makers and those presiding at the tables were Mrs. Rowlands Llanwnog; Mrs Francis, Tynwtra; Mrs Lloyd, Plasydern; Mrs Jones, Gwernypwll; Miss Jones, Neuaddnewydd; Miss Jones, Church House, &c. Mr Jones, Henblas, proposed, and Mr T. Rowlands seconded, a vote of thanks to Miss Mytton and the Bangor Diocesan Board of Education, for so kindly giving money for the prizes. Votes of thanks were also given to the ladies for presiding at the tables, amid great cheering, and to the Chairman, Rev D. Parry. This closed a very interesting and pleasant afternoon.

LLANFYLLIN.

LLANFAIR.

ELLESMERE.