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MACHYNLLETH.

CORRIS.

BELAN.

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BELAN. PRIZE DISTRIBUTION.—The annual distribution of prizes in conneotion with the Sunday School, took place in the sohoolriom, on Sunday afternoon. The Vicar, (Rev Grimaldi Davies) conducted the service, and the Rev Merlin Davies gave a most appropriate address to the scholars. Tha Superintendent (Mr Breeze), read his report for the year which showed that the school was still progressing stead- ily, having an average attendance of 54, against 54 for 1898. He also thanked the Clergy for their support, and especially the teachers for their regu- lar attendance during the year. The Vicar then presented the prizes to the following :-Latira Davies, Annie Gell, Muriel Breeze, (3 years), Annie Jones, (1 year), Mary Spencer, (4 years), Emily Babb, Rosalie Gell, Mrs Roberts, Ellen Griffiths, Richard Davies, John E Davies, George Bebb, David Spencer, (4 years), Eddie Breeze, (1 year), Willie Spencer, (3 years), Willie Lloyd, (1 year), Sydney Davies, (I year), Ernest Langford, (1 year), David Davies, (1 year), Percy Davies, (lyear), John Gough, (3 years), Christopher Roberts, (3 years), Robert Davies, (3 years), Albert Richards, John Lloyd, (4 years), Alfred Cadwallader, John Thomas Richards. At the conclusion, the Vicar thanked Mr and Mrs Breeze for the interest they had taken in the Sunday School since they started it eight years ago.

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