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I THE WAR.

THE ATTACK ON T -T i

METKUEN'S WOUKDED CHARGER.!

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BOERS ILL-TREATED.

DEPARTURE OF OSWESTRY VOLUNTEERS.

WHAT KHAMA IS DOING. j

^^ IWELSHPOOL TOWN COUNCIL.

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I MONTGOMERY I PRIZE DISTRIBUTION.

LLAADYSSIL.I

LLANBRYNMAIR. 1

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LLANBRYNMAIR. THE BRITISH SCIfOOL.-T;,e B,iLisli School enter- tainment and distribution of prizes took place (,n Friday week. Mr J Ed wards, Post Office, presided, and Mr D ] Owen conducted. There was a very large audience. The following programme was gone through Choruses, Mae'r Cytxiry am godi," Dirge of a soidier," and "Springtime," School Children; action s:mgs, When babies go to school," Standards 1 and 11, Girls The Chinese Lautern." Girls The Village Minstrels and The German Band," Bovs songs in character, with choruses, I. Tjie Merry Peolnrs," Masters X Hughes, R Evans, and DN Hughes; The old folks at home," Mr Idris Jones; There was a mouse,Misses Jennie Hughes and Lizzie E Daniels The Sunbeam and "The old black cat," Infants; drill and chorus, Standards I and II, Boys recitations, Y Gwew ar y Fed wen," Infants; The little fish," Standards I and if, Gir.s; "Edward a Haw," Standard IV Bovs- solos, "13wthyn yr amddifad," "Y Plent-,Tll 'a'r Gwlith," P'am na hi Llewelyn," and The sore that, reached my heart," Miss Frances Lewis, Mach- ynlleth; Y Ferlen Ddu" and" Myfanwy," Mr- D Davies (Eos Cyfeiiiog) liiraeth," Mr" Peter O 1 1. Alr 0 Burton. The school has again this year kept u„ it* reputation for regular attendance, no fewer than eighteen scholars having uiaL;e full time during the past year. These deserving scholars were each invested with a handsome meùaJ, with ribbon, and clasp, by Miss Morgan of Llwynaere, in the absence of Mrs Francis, and Mrs Edwards, Post Office. Books were preseuted for attendance throughout the school. Many friends generously contributed towards the medals and prizes. The accompanists were Miss Morgan, Llwynaere, and Mr R W Davies, Glanrhyd. Mr and Mrs Edwards, Post Office, kindly provided buns for distribution among the school children. To all who had assisted in promoting the success of the meeting hearty votes of thanks were jxiver. on the motion of Mr J Rees, seconded by Mr Rich- 3rd Will iam*, jun., Hernlre. With the singing of Hen w !3] fy nhedau by Miss Lewis and Mr D Davies, a most enjoyable, meeting terminated..

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---LLAXGADFAN

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