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HIRWAIN. I

SEVEN SISTERS. I

ABERYSKIR. I

BWLCH. I

YSTALYFERA. I

I 'BEULAH. I

IABERCRAYE.I

BUILTH WELLS. I

I LLYSWEN.!

IRHAYADER. I

KNIGHTON. )

HAY. 1

LLANWRTYD WELLS.I , LLANWRTYD…

I .—.-— I SUMMER RESORTS.

BRECON. I

TALGARTH. ,I

LLANIGON. I

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LLANIGON. I On Friday evening, the 10th inst., a most successful entertainment was given in the schoolroom by the school children. It was a long programme, consisting of olos, recitations, dialogues, choruses, etc. The room was packed. The following ladies assisted: Misses E. Davies. Hopkins and Price. Mr G. C. Portman. of Hay. kindly accompanied all the songs, etc. Great credit is due to Miss Davies, and Miss Marwood, the teachers, for the careful training which they had given to the children, which showed itself in the smooth and accurate manner in which the different items were execu- ted. Miss E. Davies sang very sweetly the well-known war songs, "The long, long trail," an "Home, dearie. home." Thev were both deservedly encored. Miss Mar- wood gave a laughable recitation, "I've changed my mind," which was much appreciated. The last item on the programme was a quartette "Grandmother, old," hy the Misses Hopkins. Marwood. E. Davies and Price, which caused roars of laughter. The Vicar pre- sided.

CRICKHOWELL. I

I LLANGAMMARCH WELLS. I

I PRESTEIGN.:

YSTRADGYNLAIS. I

RHULAN. I

ABEREDW.

LLANDOVERY. !

LLANDRINDOD WELLS.

Llanwrtyd Wells Concert. I

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