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TREGARON.

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TREGARON. THE WAR.—Great rejoicing was manifested in the town and neighbourhood, at the welcome news of the relief of Kimberley. PARISH COUNCIL. -A special meeting of this Council was held last Thursday evening. It was resolved to carry out the resolution already passed at previous meetings and sanctioned by the Dis- trict Council, to levy tolls on all carts, stalls, and merry-go-rounds attending the various fairs and markets, except those carts and stalls from the parish of Caron. The following persons were appointed to carry out the work, Mr. John James (assistant overseer), Messrs. E. J. Evans, tailor, H. W. Jones, Oxford House, and Jonathan Thomas, printer. LITERARY SOCIETY.—The meeting of the above Society was held last Wednesday evening. The President of the Society, Mr. G. T. Lewis, M.A., occupied the chair, and the following programme was gone through:—Solo, Yr Hen Gerddor," Ocky Rees; recitation, Mae'r baich yn drwm," T. H. Davies; solo, Garden of Eve," Miss Mary Hughes; recitation, "Bedd y dyn tlawd," T. A. Jones; solo, Hard times come again no more," Miss Nancy Rees; recitation, Selections from Longfellow," Miss Foulkes solo, Heavenward," Miss Lizzie Jones; solo, Yn iach i ti, Gymru," Mr. G. T. Lewis, M.A.; recitation, Charge of the Light Brigade," Mr. John Jones solo, The Gift," Miss Nancy Morgan (encored). It would be well if the members of the Society were more punctual in attending the meetings.

LLANFARIAN.

THE WAR.

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