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LLANDIL0. Sunday School Meeting.—The usual Christ- mast meeting of the. Llandilo and Tabernacle Sunday Schools was held this year at Llandilo, commencing at 1.30 p.m. The day turned out beautifully fine, and the schools came together in fairly good numbers. Prayer was offered by the Rev. D. Williams (pastor). The Llandilo children sang, "Ymlaen dros Iesu," and "Fe dora y Wawr," and recited a catechism on "The word of God." The adults recited Heb- rews I, and sang an anthem, "Gwyn eu byd y bobl"c,onducted by Mr. Arthur Melchoir. The Tabernacle children recited a catechism on "Adam and Eve." "Cain and Abel," etc., and sang two tunes "Filwyr Seion," and "Stand up, stand up for Jesus," led by Mr. E. H. Phillips. The lesson of the adults was Philip- ians II. An anthem was also rendered, "0 Genwch i'r Arglwydd," under the leadership of Mr. D. Williams. Both schools were questioned by the Rev. D. Williams. In the evening a "Cwrdd Canu" was held. The Rev. D. Williams presided, and Mr. John Jenkins, Hafod-ddu, commenced. Mr. J. R. Jones, Mynachlogddu Council School, was conductor and, as could be expected, he went through his work in a most efficient and masterly manner, and gave some very valuable instruction, and suggestions to the local leaders, which we hope they will not forget, for wa are thoroughly convinced that if they were carried out tile congregational I singing would very much improve. Eight tunes from "Y Caniedydd," as well as "Dyfed" and "Penybryn" were sung, and a most interesting address was delivered by Mr. John Jenkins. There was a large audience and the singing was very good.

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