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TALGARTH. SPECIAL SHOW OF NEW GOODS AT D. I JONES & CO.'S THIS WEEK. CLOTHING AND BOOT CLT,-B.-Severa-I new mem- bers have joined the club since the beginning of the year, and £ 8 4s 6d was distributed last year. NOTICE.—Our correspondent here is Mr D. J. Morgan (stationer and newsagent), to whom noti- fication of local events should be sent. Mr Morgan also receives advertisements and printing- orders for the "Express." EVERY HOUSEWIFE SHOULD STUDY ECONOMY just now and most Talgarth House- wives know that they can get more for their money at EVANS' STORES r, than anywhere else. If you are not already our customer, JOIN THE CROWD THAT ARE. b731 FLOOR-CLOTHS, LINOLEUMS, RUGS, &c., at OLD PRICES WHILST STOCK LASTS. Considerable advance now, but not in our stock prices.—M. DAVIES & SON, LON- DON HOUSE, TALGARTH. SEWING IPARTY.-Tliis party, which meets at Church Hall weekly, has now forwarded its second parcel of sandbags to soldiers at the front. No less than 112 bags have been despatched and the cost defrayed by members of the branch. Mittens and socks have also been sent. COUNCIL SCHOOLS.—St. David's Day was celebrated at the Council Infants' School by the following programme, with all present wearing the national emblem :—Welsh airs—"All hail to thee, Cambria," "The king's departure," and "Forth to the battle": address on St. David by Headmistress; recitation and chorus, St. David's Day; Welsh airs, "March of the men of Har- lech" and "Oh! let the kind minstrel": minute addresses, "Howell Harris," by :Miss Davies (song, "Come to 'battle"); "Llewelyn," by Miss K. Morgan (song. "Smile again"), and "Gruf- fydd ab Llewelyn," by Miss Gaynor Davies; ad- dress, "Patriotism"; and finales, "Hen wlad fv nhadau," "God bless the Prince of Wales," and "God save the King." The school-managers and others attended the Mixed Department of the Council Schools during the morning session and listened to several selections by the children. 11 De Short addresses, bearing on "Dewi Sant," were given by the managers, illustrative of the work and object of the patron saint.

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