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1 ABERYSTWYTH.I

TOWYN.I

LLANIDLOES

NEWTOWN.

LLANGADFAN.

GARTHMYL.

MOCHDRE.

LLANDYSSIL.

PONTROBERT. -

!LLANERFYL.

LLANDYSILIO.

LLANYMYNECH.

MAESBURY.

OSWESTRY.

ELLESMERE.

LLANFYLLIN.

LLANFAIR.

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LLANFAIR. RENT AUI)ITs.-On Tuesday morning the half- yearly rent audit of the Brynglas estate was held at the Goat Hotel. The rents were received by Mr J. M. Howell, Craigydon, Aberdovey; a substantial dinner was afterwards provided by Mr and Mrs J. B. Jones the host and hostess, and ample justice was done to,the same.—On Tuesday afternoon Sir Thomas Evans held the audit of the Hirhos, Tre- fedrid, and Hendre estates, also at the Goat Hotel. There was a, large attendance of tenants and a most, sumptuous dinner was provided. Mr Thomas Evans, the respected agent presided. The vice- chair was occupied by Mr Chapman, Moydog. The cloth having been removed and the usual loyal and patritic toasts given, the Vice-Chairman proposed the Landlord, landlady, and the trustees," and Mr Thomas Evans responded, at the same time saying he would forward their application for a re- duction to the proper quarter.-Mr Chapruan next proposed the Agent," and Mr Evans submitted the Host and hostess."—Several good songs were sung and the company separated at an early hour. CHORAL FESTIVAL.—On Wednesday the Caer- einion Rural Deanery held their choral festival at St. Mary's Church, Llanfair. The different choirs in the diotrict attended, viz., Llanfair, Llan- erfyl, Liang yniew, Llangadfan, Garthbeibio, and Meifod. The choir were under the conductorsbip of Rev Roberts, Vicar of Garthbeibio. The services commenced at 2 o'clock, and the lessons being read by Rev J. W. Jones, Meifod, and Rev S. Reed, Llangyniew. Rev D. Jones, Llangadfan,. preached. The afternoou service was in English, and the anthem was" 0 praise the Lord, all ye Heathen (composed by the Earl of Wilton). Tea was provided at the National Schoolroom for the choirs by Mrs A. Hughes, Bon Marche. The evening service was in English. Rev S. Reed and Rev Mr Jones read the lessons, and the Rev Jones, Llangurig preached. The whole service was fully choral, the attendance at the evening service being large. The anthem at the evening service was Cenwch i'r Arglwydd gan newydd (by Eos Llechyd). .—— + ——

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