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LLANARTH.

Eglwysfach, Glandovey.

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PENBRYN.

TALGARREG.

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TALGARREG. MAGIC LANTERN.—Nos Wener, Ionawr 26ain, bu Mr. R. E. Bevan, Llanarth, yn clangos darluniau rhagorol o'r rbyfel presenol trwy yr bud lu -,ern yn y lie uclwd. Eglurvvyd y darluniau gau y Parch. T. C. Benjamin. Y mae pawb bron yn y parth hwn yn cymeryd dyddordeb neillduol yn y rhyfel, a daeth tyrfa luosog ynghyd y nos grybwylledig i gael vchwaneg o wybodaetb yn ei gylch, a cbafodd pawb, yn dmameu, eu liwyr fouitiojui. 'iaiwyd diolchgarwch gwresog i Mr. Bevan am ei holl drafferth yn dyfod a'i lusern i fyny, heb yr un tal, ac hefyd i Mr. Benjamin am areithio. Aiff yr elw i sicrhau gwobrwyon am bresenoldeb i blant yr ysgol. Terfynwyd trwy ganu Hen Wlad fy Nhadau." MIMIC WARFARE. — Another instance of the martial spirit with which the youth of the country is animated is related from Talgarreg. Several of the school children one afternoon last week determined to fight a battle. They armed them- selves with huge sticks, divided into two parties, and appointed their respective commanders. Then the struggle for supremacy commenced, the sticks being freely and indiscriminately used. In the melee one of the boys, a son of Mr. Wm. Jones, Blaenrhafod, received an accidental blow near the eye, which put him out of action, and resulted in the conflct coming to an abrupt termination. It was at first thought that he had received serious injury, but having been conveyed to the hospital, which in this case was his home, it was found that the injury was but slight. The boy is now pro- gressing satisfactorily, but the incident has rather damped the fighting proclivities of the youth of Talgarreg.

LLANGWYRYFON.

LLANILAR.

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