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Children's Corznel1 l BY "UNCLE TOM." l My dear nephews and nieces,—My letter this week will be a very short one. I should, however, just like to add that the examiner of the essays in last month's competition spoke in very satisfactory terms of the efforts of the prize-winners. Miss Eleanor G. Evans (t'pper Chapel) did exceedingly well. Her handwriting and English were excellent, and, as for spelling, Eleanor is always most careful never to make a mistake. General intelligence left but very little to he desired. And what applied to Eleanor. also applied to the second competitor. This competitor's intelligence reached an equally high standard, and she made no spel- ling mistakes. If a little more attention is given to English and penmanship she should soon obtain first- place. March competition will be announced next week. With kindest regards to vou all. Your affectionate UNCLE TOM.

Young Radnorshire Farmer.

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