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TALGARTH. I

LLANELLY. I

BUILTH WELLS. I

I LLANFRYNACH.

I LLANHAMLACH.

LLANAFAN-FAWR.I

HAY. I

I BRYNMAWR. I

? LOWER CHAPEL. I

LLANDOVERY. !

LLANWRTYD WELLS.

DEYYNOCK.

ABEREDW.

FRANKSBRIDGE.

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FRANKSBRIDGE. ST. DAVID'S DAY.—'St. David's Day was duly ohsered at the day-school here. Several old scho- lars attended, and, also, Rev. and Mrs D. Rees (The Manse). Rev. D. Rees addressed the child- ren, urging them to follow the example of St. David by leading good lives, and showed how much heroism was still found in the men Wales at the present day, giving as an instance the noble dea.th of Pte. A. F. Evans (Swansea) who received his death wound in the present war while carrying a wounded comrade out of danger. The following programme was gone through :— Recitation, "Welcome," Infants and Standard I.; pianoforte solo, "Welsh Airs," Hannah Rog- ers; recitation, "Land of my Fathers"; pianoforte solo, "Ar Hyd y Nos," 'May Price; song "God bless the Prince of Wales," school-children; pianoforte solo, Edna Pritchard; recitation, "St. David's Day," Standards III. and IV. piano- forte solo, "Bells of Aberdovey," Miss Gladys Davies; song, "Happy be thy dreams," M Miss Hilda James; pianoforte solo, "Queen Mab," Miss A. Prosser; song, "Land of my Fathers," school-children; song, "Return to thy home," Miss Gladys Davies; recitation, "The bended bow, Standards V., VI., and VII. Miss Gladys Davies was the accompanist.

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LLANDEFAELOGFACH. I

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TRETOWER. I

LLANGAMMARCH WELLS. I

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