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CRICKHOWELL.

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LLANWRTYD WELLS. I

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SENNYBRIDGE. Miss Caladine (Ministry of Food) gave a cookery de- monstration at Mark Hail, Sennybridge, on Tuesday of last week. Miss. Adelaide Williams (Penpont) presided. Thus the (secretary of the local Welsh Society sent an invitation to the Brecon Welshmen to attend the St. David's celebrations :-Dewch Gymry hoff prif dref y Sir. I un o'r gwlt-ddoedd goreu 'n wir, A drefnwyd er cael cofi'or Sant, Prif Wron Cymru hoff a'i phlant. Proceeds, amounting to R4 Is 6d, of the recent concert, under the auspices cf Llandilo'r-fan Parish Council, have been sent to Mr G. H. Hodges, secretary of the South Wales Branch of the National Institute for the Blind. No less than 1,055 soldiers have lost their sight in the war. The children of Senny school celebrated St. David's Day by a concert. At the close of the morning session a very interesting programme was gone through consist- ing of folk songs, recitations, etc. The mistress gave a short address, taking as her subject, "Our talents for Wales." An interesting item was penillion singing by Gladys Thomas, Maggie Evans and Catherine Williams. An interesting ceremony took place at Senny School- room, on Wednesday afternoon, 6th inst., when the Roll of Honour in connection with Sennv was unveiled. The list had been drawn up by Mr Llewellyn Lewis, who being an old inhabitant, was well acquinted with the boys of the past. A patriotic concert was after- wards held and the meeting closed by the singing of the Xational Anthem. A fire, which at one time threatened to as-xmc ser- ions proportions, brcke out in the hayloft of Pentwvn, Senny, on Saturday morning. A crowd of local farmers was quickly on- the scene and were most active in their efforts to put out the fire. At one time it was thought it would spread to the dwelling houses, and the fur- niture. was removed to the fields as a precautionary measure. Thanks to the promptitude of the workers, who severed the beams connecting the two roofs, the house was saved with but little injury. The barn and its contents were quite destroyed. The, fire burned on until the evening. The property belongs to Mr McTurk, Cnewr, and is occupied by one of his shepherds. On Tuesday evening a fair number congregated at the Market Hall to hear Mr D. A. Jones, M Sc F L S of Harlech, North Wales, deliver his lecture on the "Cultivation of the Potato," with special reference to spraying and diseases. The lecture was illustrated bv lantern slides furnished by the Board of Agriculture. The lantern was kindly lent for the occasion by the Rev. Rees Williams, Tegfan, and it was manipulated in grand style by Mr D. W. Havard, Lion Inn, Devynock. Dr. W. R. Jones, Bronwysg, presided in an able man- ner, and all felt that the lecturer had given them a most edifying address on a. very important subject. at the prtsent- time. The usual votes of thanks were heartily passed and a strong committee was formed to deal with the spraying in the district.

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