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-t.........-:::::::::::1 LLANYBYTHER.


t -1 LLANYBYTHER. CYCLING.—On Wednesday, a portion of the Llanybyther Cycling Club joined with the Lampeter Club in a run to Aberayron. CRICKET.—On Saturday, the return cricket match between Pencader and Llanybyther, was played at the latter place. and resulted in a win for the visitors. PREACHING.—The pulpit of the Rhydvbont Chapel was occupied on Sunday last by Mr. Evan Evans, Pistillgwyn, a student at the Cardiff L'niver- sity. Mr. Evans has accepted a call from a Church in Denbighshire, and will commence his duties soon. SUCCESS.—Mr. Jones and Mr. D. M. Griffiths, both students at the Llanybyther Grammar School have been successful in passing the Entrance Examination to Brecon and Bangor Colleges respectfully. ORCHESTRAL BAND.—It is rumoured that the Orchestral Band intend competing at the Pontrhyd- fendigaid Eisteddfod, which takes place this month. The band, which is 'under the control of the Rev. Morris, the Vicarage, and Mr. Jones, Llysfaen Shop, held a practice on Sunday. FFAIR FACII YR HAF.—This ancient and popular -N fair was held on Monday in splendid weather. But owing probably to the weather being also so highly favourable for the hay harvest, the attend- ance was not so large as in past years. In days gone by the village was crowded from early morn till dewy eve on the occasion of this fair, Probably no fair in the whole county was so popular. It had an especial attraction for the young—but it now seems as if it had lost its ancient powers. The fair is noted for its wool and gooseberries. On Monday, however, there was wool in abundance, but the gooseberries were conspicuous by their absence. Wool fetched from fourpence halfpenny to sevenpence halfpenny a pound.

jBERTH, Tregaron.




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