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LLANFAIR-CAEREINION.

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LLANFAIR-CAEREINION. SOCIAL EVENING.—A most successful social evening was spent at the Council School on Satur- day, in aid of the Benevolent and Orphan Funds of the N.U.T. The Catering was excellent, and the Entertainment was most enjoyable The arrangements were in the ablejhanda of the active secretary (Mrs Kate Roberts). The attendance was most satisfactory. PUBLIC HALL—A public meeting was held at the Council School, on Saturday evening, Mr W. Alford Jehu, Brynavon, in the chair. There was a good attendance, The Hon. Sec. (Mr W. Lloyd Pierce) read the notice convening the meeting, and the Hon. Treasurer (Mr M. Lewis Jones) read a statement of the subscriptions received and promised towards purchasing the sitb and defray- ing the preliminary expenses, which was very encouraging. The following resolution, moved by Dr. Humphreys, seconded by Mr E. R. Pick- mere, Mount Hall, and supported by Rev. J. J. Latimer-Jones, vicar, Messrs. Samuel Ellis, David Thomas, Richard Jones, W. Story, H. T. Collins, E. Lloyd Edwards, C. Herbert Humphreys, and others, was unanimously adopted:—"That the grateful thanks of this meeting, representing the inhabitants of Llanfair and district be accorded to Mrs Davies, and the Misses Davies, of Plas Dinam for their generous offer of a public hall for the town of Llanfair, and that the munificient offer be heartily accepted." A strong representative com- mittee was appointed to carry out the future arrangements in connection with the project. ANNUAL TREAT.—On Wednesday the annual Sunday school treat, took place at Maesygroes, when a excellent tea was provided. The tables were presided over by Miss Gittins, Heniarth; Miss Davies, Cefncyfronydd, assisted by Mrs Gittins, Mrs Davies, Miss Bebb, Miss Brown, Mrs Nutting, Mrs Jones, Miss Rose Gittins, Miss Foulkes and Mrs Watkin. After all had partaken of the tea, a concert was held, presided over by Mr E. Anwyl Evans. The following was the programme:—Anthem, "Gwahodd mae Iesu o hyd Choir; quartet, His love can never die," Mrs Davies and party; song, "Rwy'n myn'd fy mami," Miss Laura Edwards; recitation, "Prayer and potatoes," Mrs Davies; quartette, Miss Brown and party; translation, Welsh into Eng- lish, best Mr Gittins, janr.; song, "Addfwyn Iesu." Miss Laura Edwards; duet, Misses Gictins; recitation, Miss Davies; quartette, Mrs Davies and party; spelling bee; trio, "Tho Reapers," Messrs Gittins; recitation, Mr Rogers, Gelli; song, Gair olaf fy mam," Mrs Davies; song, Mr Rogers, Gelli; anthem, the choir. The spelling bee and translation competitions were arranged by Mr Robert Jones and Mr Morris. At the close of a very pleasant evening the usual votes of thanks were, accorded.

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