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MACHYNLLETH. NATIONAL SCHOOLS.—The scholars and their mothers were on Friday entertained to a hospitable tea by the Dowager Marchioness of Londonderry. Sir Prycd and Lady Pryce Jones were among the comp "JY present. CANTATA.—The Town Hall on Thursday night was tastef ully decorated by the gardeners from the Plan, when the cantata" Under the Palms," was given by the Sunday School scholars, and the young girls being dressed in white and carrying a bouquet made a pleasing spectacle. The choir, which was conducted by Mr John Lewis. Londonderrv House, was assisted by Miss Hughes, Bangor, soprano, and Miss Pugh Griffith, contralto; Messrs R. Howell and Rice Edwards, tenor and Mea-re Davies and Evans, bari- tone and bass. The choruses and solos were well given, Miss Hughes being, a great favourite. Mrs A. O. Davies (piano), Mr J. R. Phillips (harmonium), and Mr J. Hughes (cornet) were the accompanists.— On the motion of Canon Trevor, seconded by Mr Evans a vote of thanks to the singers was passed. I The Dowager Marchioness of Londonderry kindly gave tsokets to the inowksof be Workhouse. I

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