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. I.THE OLD SEAL,

ABERAYRON.

COUNTY SCHOOL.

LAMPETER.

Llanfihangel Geneu'r Glyn.

TRISANT.

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TRISANT. MARWOLAETH A CHLADDEDIGAETH. Gyda teimladau dwys yr ydym yn cofnodi marwolaeth y diweddar Mr William Evans, Winllanwen, Mynydd- bach, Devil's Bridge, yr hyn a gymerodd le dydd Llun, Chwefror 3ydd. Yr oedd wedi cael cystudd maith. Dioddefodd y cwbl yn dawel a dirwgnach, gan adael gweddw, brawd (Mr Abraham Evans, Penbwlchcrwys), a merch (Mrs Solomon Davies, Ynishir), i alaru ar ei ol. Yr oedd Mr Evans yn aelod selog yn ngbapel Wesleyaidd Salem, Mynydd bach. Cymerodd yr angladd le dydd Sadwrn, Chwefror 8fed, ac er fod yr hin yn anffafriol, daeth tyrfa lusog iawn a pharchus ynghyd i dalu v gymwynas olaf o barch i'r brawd ymadawedig. Gwasanaetbwyd gan y Parchn J E Thomas, Pont- rhydygroes, a A C Pearce, Ystnmtnen. SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.—The usual monthly meeting of the members representing the various districts of the parish of Llanfihangel-y-Croyddin (Upper) was held at Trisant Board School on Wed- nesday afternoon in last week. Mr Samuel Evans, Nantgwyn, acted as chairman. The other mem- bers present were :—Mr John Jones, Llain Fawr Mr David Mason, Glanfedw; and Mr Thomas Mor- gans, Tynyffordd, Ponterwyd—the Clerk of the Board. The reports of the headmasters from the respective schools under the Board were discussed and considered satisfactory. Several instances of irregular attendaace were reported, but in the majority of cases they were owing to illness. Miss Emma P-Jones, The Lone, was appointed monitress at Trisant Board School,-A circular letter from the Federation of School Boards of Wales and Mon- mouthshire was considered, but it was resolved to adjourn the matter to the next Board meeting for further consideration. The annual order for new stock for Trisant and Cwmystwvth Schools were approved and passed. This being the first time for the Llanfihangel-y-Croyddyn (Upper) School Board to meet at Trisant Board School since the advent of the present headmaster (M Lewis) the School Board were highly pleased with the excellent taste shown by Mr Lewis in the way he had decorated the walls with pictures, maps, &c. After the meeting all the members present were invited by Mrs Lewis to partake of an excellent tea at Chapel House, Trisant, where Mr Lewis now resides.

LLANON.

DOLGELLEY.