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LLANGEITHO. SCHOOL TREAT.—The children attending the Board School were generously treated to cake, etc., at the Jubilee Hall on Friday afternoon. About 150 children partook heartily of the good things provided by the kind ladies who presided at the tables and whose names are below :—Mrs. Lloyd, Penforial; Mrs. Rowlands, Cwrt Farm; Mrs. Green, Cilcert; Mrs. Jenkins, Gwynfil Shop; Miss Davies, Birch Hill; Miss Morgan, Post Office; Miss Morgan Chapel House; Miss Williams, Tynwern. A very hearty vote of thanks was passed to the ladies for the treat, the children emphasising it with loud, and prolonged cheers. The usual concert was not held, it being unavoidably postponed for a few weeks to a more favourable time. ANOTHER TREAT .-A treat of another kind; very much rarer in Llangeitho and of a higher order, is looked forward to on Thursday night, the 21st instant, when the Rev. Elfed Lewis is going to. deliver his popular lecture on Diwygwyr y Mynyddoedd." One treat suggests another. Would- it not be possible to induce the lecturer to give us,, a sermon Friday evening ? There is a general an strong desire to hear him preach and would, it npt be a fitting climax to our treats ? I am sure that, a large and appreciative audience woyil$;EU/tenfL„

ABERYSTWYTH TOWN COUNCIL.

ABERGWILI.

LLANDDEWI BREFI.

MACHYNLLETH.

DOLGELLEY.

BALA