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LLANFYLLIN.

PONTRGBERT.

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PONTRGBERT. EISTEDDFOD.—A movement '030 so t on-foot to hold an Eisteddfod in this beautifully situated village summer. The amount of support already accorded to it promises great success) to the venture. Mr Marshall Dugdale, LIwyu, Llaniyliin, who has been invited to be ono of the presidents, oas nromised 9, HubscriptÎon of £ 5. OBITUARY.—On Saturday JHUU tfce death of Mr Abraham Wood, Dolfeimog, took place. Born at Ponoaedu, tha doceased had lived for a large num- ber of years at Ponyboncyn. and had lately retired from the active pursuit of his calling as a farmer. He was a genial man, a kiud neighbour, and was vary much liked by all. He was 70 years of age. He was buried in the old Calviuistie Methodist Churchyard on Aeaneed iy hist, the ftrviee was conducted at the house by the Revs Dr James and Olwern Evans, and at the grave by the Rev E Griffith, Lower Tho funs-.val was largely attended. COXCSRT.—A highly successful concert was held on Tuesday in the Calvanistic Methodist Ch>ipef in aid of the Church Funds. The Chapel was filled with a large and appreciative audience. The Rev John Evans, Llanfair, occupied the chair, and Mr E Dryuurst Roberts accompanied. The following waR the programmej: Congregation hymn 0 agor fy Llygaid i weled$*' address by the Chairman; song olwyn yn croi," Ap Giaslyu (encored); parLsong "The fairies' revels," G waeuyuog party, conducted by Mr Joseph Jones song Y Bachgen Dewr," Mr Tom Mathews, Carno; partsong M y fanwy," Liaufyiliu party, conducted by M Owens, Tyuewydd song, "Negesy Blodeuyn," Miss M E Jones, (encored) competition in singing in tune "Grugybac," cwo parties competed, 1st Gwaeny- nog party 2mi Llanfyllin party, Ap G'aslyn abjudicated; s„ag Eiddo Mar: Ap Glaslyn (encored); song Doigryn ar fedd fy Mati," Miss O wen, Tyuewydd; quartette Ceisio yr Jesu," Gwaenynog party song Y Fellten" Mr Tom Matthews (encored) partsong Glanan Dyfrdwy," Llanfyllin party song, Miss M E Jones; song, Ap Glasiyn song Merch y Cadben," Mr T Mathews (encored); song "Cymru" Mr Joseph Jones; partsong "The Soildier's farewell," LhnfyJlin party finale Hen wlad fy nhadau." The arrange- ments were efficiently carried out by a committee of which :1'.11' David Hughes was the energetic secretary. The concert closed with a vote of thanks to the chairman, accompanist and various f\flrf0"! r: f

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LLANGYNIEW.

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