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DINAS MAWDDWY.

MACHYNLLETH.,.

CAERSWS.

LLANMEREWIG.

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LLANMEREWIG. PARISH FESTIVAL.—The annual parish festival was held on Friday, last week, when a short service was held at Dolforwyn Church, where a most appro- priate address was given by Rev G. Roberts, curate of Newtown. A procession was afterwards formed, and headed by the Excelsior band, marched to the Court grounds, kind lent by Mrs Miller. Here a capital tea with a host of willing helpers awaited them, after which the usual games including racing and dancing took place. The following ladies presided at the tables:-Mrs Miller, The Court; Mrs Rogers, Church House; Mrs Davies, Fronfraith Mill; Mrs George, The Cottage and Miss Moore, Bryndeiwen. During the evening, Mrs Lewis- Andrew, Glanhafren, and Miss and Mr H. D. Owen, Fronfraith, visited the grounds and kindly gaye sweets to the children. There were also present Rev W. Gwynne Vaughan, vicar of Bettws, and Rev Geo. Roberts. A hearty vote of thanks was proposed by the Rector, Dr Gibbings, and carried amid cheers, to Mrs Miller for lending her grounds, to the tea makers, committee, collectors, and the hon. secretary (Miss Jane Moore). This brought to a close another very pleasant festival. .0

! CAERSWS BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

CAERSWS RURAL DISTRICT .COUNCIL.

CHURCHSTOKE.

NEWTOWN. tot

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