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SOLVA. Mount Zion.—The Rev. J. Hywel Thomas, Treffgarn, took the service at th:3 chapel on Sunday evening last, preaching an excellent sermon. The Pembrokeshire Hounds met on Monday at Pointz Castle. when there was a very small field out. After several hours' hunting there was no. find, and the hounds were whipped off at about 4 o'clock. Watcyn Wyn.—A lecture on the above sub- ject will be delivered on Friday (to-night) at Mount Zion Chapel by the pastor (Rev Mafonwy Davies), to commence at 7 o'clock. Admission, Is. and 6d. Wintry Weather.—Snow fell heavily on Mon. day and at night a sharp frost fell in. Several of the carriers were unable to proceed to town owing to the bad state of the roads, and the mail cart was a little overdue. Success of a Solva Minister.—At an eistecld- fod held on Friday at Pencader, the crown poem on "Y Gornant" wi;4 won by the Rev. E. J. Herbert, C.M. Minister, out of IS competitors. We offer hearty congratulations to Mr. Herbert on his success. Pure Milk.—Last week, while on his usual round, a sample of milk was bought from Mr. James Reynolds, Kingswood House, which was forwarded to the analyst, with the result that it was pronounced pure. This is the third time Mr. Reynolds' milk has been analysed, with the same result each time. Christmas Day.—The usual services were held at St. Aidan's Church on Christmas Day, the vicar (Rev. E. T. Jones) officiating. The Church was very tastefully decorated for the occasion by the following ladies:—Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Williams, The Vicarage; Mrs. John, Bryn Hyfryd: and Miss Edmunds, Treweilwell. Lecture.—On Christmas night at Mount Plea- sant Baptist Chapel a lecture was delivered by the Rev. Dr. Comer Lewis, of Swansea. The subject of the lecture was "Ein Cenedl a'n Crefydd." There was a good congregation, and the lecture was highly appreciated. At the close a vote of thanks was accorded Dr. Gomer Lewis, on the proposition of Mr. H. W. Evans, seconded by 'Rev. Mafonwy Davies. sc.conded by Rav. Mafonwy Davies. Council School.—Last Wednesday afternoon, the scholars attending the Council School were the recipients of their usual Christmas gifts of buns and oranges, kindly presented by Mr. G. D. Harries, J.P.. Llanunvvas, and of new pennies by Mrs. S. T. Williams, Tan-yr-allt. I The distribution being over, the Headmaster, j on behalf of his pupils tendered sincere thanks for the gifts presented, and heartily wished the good people of Llanunwas and Tanyrallt a most joyous Yuletide. The youngsters were then allowed to express their gratitude, which they did in a most vigorous manner by giving three prolonged cheers. Mrs. Williams aftcr- wards responded ;n a happy little speech, in the course of which she remarked that it was her sincere wish that all the scholars present there that afternoon would conduct themselves in the best possible manner, not only with regard to their studie;, at school, but in their behaviour on the street and in the home. Onlj by such an effort on their part would real success in life be ultimately achieved.

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