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TALGARTH. I

LLANELLY. I

BUILTH WELLS. I

I LLANFRYNACH.

I LLANHAMLACH.

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LLANHAMLACH. SCHOOL SAVINGS BANK.—Mr H. E. Gray has again contributed his annual bonus to the child- ren's savings, amounting during the past yeaT to £3. PENOYRE.—Llanhamlaoh and Talybont detach- ments undertake duty at this hospital. Mrs Mc- Glellan, Miss K. de Winton, Miss Gladys 'Smith and 'Miss Margaret Prothero represent Llan- hamlach. PRESENTATION.—On March 12th, at the opening of the Sunday school, the Rector had the great pleasure of presenting Miss Mills with a gold wristlet watch, in the name of about 20 sub- scribers, in recognition of her long and faithful work in the Sunday school. In making the pre- sentation, he said that if one person could have claimed an excuse for not teaching on Sunday it would have been 'Miss Mills, who had already had an arduous week of teaching in the day school. And it was for that reason that he had deter- mined that the Sunday school should not be re- opened until there had been some public recognit- ion of Miss Mills's great services. Other cir- cumstances had made the presentation an addi- tional pleasure to him, and he was glad of the opportunity thus given of thanking Miss Mills for all .her other public services in the day school and otherwise—services always rendered without any idea of self-seeking or self-advertisement, but most willingly given in every good cause.

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