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ABERDOVEY.

MACHYNLLETH.

LLANIDLOES.

LLANGURIG.

MANAFON.

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MANAFON. NATIONAL SCHOOL.—Tho annual children's enter- tainment and distribution of prizes, which had been unavoidably postponed, took place in the School- room on Wednesday. The room was filled with a large and appreciative audience, thero being about 200 parents, friends and children The chair was taken at seven o'clock by the Rev L W Davies, rector, who said that the school was in a prosperous condition, having again earned the highest possible Government grants. They were a few pounds in debt at the end of the school year, September 30th, but this was a good fault as it enabled the managers to appeal to the generosity of subscribers. With reference to subscribers, the Rector said that only one of the parents gave anything towards the sup- port of the school. This should not. be. He would ba glad to have more subscriptions however small. The entertainment consisted of the following songs, recitations, and dialogues by the children:—Carol, "When Christ was born"; address, Chairman; prologue, Mary J Roberts; recitation, Welcome," seven little girls; song," Sleighing"; recitation, The slave's draam," Alice Fotilkes"; carol," A child this day is born"; recitation, The owl and the pussy cat," Catherine Benneit; recitations, "A child's gifts" aud "The Christmas tree," Lena Davies and Fanny Evans song, "Stand by your country"; recitation, "We are seven," May James recitation, Two little simpletons," Myfanwy Jones; song, "Hurrah for England"; recitations, "Little mischief," "The little wheels sermon," The wandering boy," three little boys recitation, Excelsior," Beatrice Andrews; song, "Rule Britannia" ;recitation, "Llewellyn and his dog," Thomas Andrews; Welsh recitation, "Ni wrthodir neb a ddaw," Margaret A Davies; dumb bell drill by the boys; flower girls, by 12 girls; dialogue, Costers," Moses Roberts and David H Davies; recitation, "When I'm a man." six bovs; distribution of príes; God save the Queeu. The baskets for the flower girls were kindly given by Miss Hounsfield, and tastefully filled with flowers by Mrs Creed. The prizes were distributed by Mrs Hounsfield, Glyn C6gen. A pleasant evening was closed by a vote of thanks to the Chairman, and also to the Master (Mr H C Creed) for the trouble he had taken in training the children. Prizes were given by the following ladies and gentlemen :—Mrs Hounsfield, (Glyn C6gen), Miss Williams, Miss H Williams, Mr Williams, (Henllys), Mrs Creed and Dr Davies.

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