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VOLUNTEERS, I EARLY DAYS…

i THE GOVERNMENT AND THE VOLUNTEERS.…

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I PENFFORDD. rpuo annual literary meeting "I LiTEBABY MEET? G ?Thean??? ? ?heuthe the above chapel  held on Christmas night, when the be.tprogr?etha??eih the plearure to hear r™ i he e recitations were was excellently rendered. The recitations were decidedly of a higher class  usually met with, both as to matter and deliyery, and the school is lucky I in ha?g such a g°'a^e rintondent, who can say coiaeg'' h6 schola-r",who recitecl in such a masterlv manner. Solos w £ re by B F manner. Solo. vthe supermtendent and Williams and -ar- x Xi" secretary respectively, m-hilst the M oun-t Pleasant party, led by the veteran Mr. T. Evans, delighted the led by the Tetem ? ?- ??i?/' -Ymdeith- audience with the glees, "A"Il yn mlaen," Ymdeith-  and" Beautif?il Raiii I and Mr. J. T. gan y Cnstion, an g ^Merrily Sound the Bells," ?VilUam. and P?Y ? <?movalc." A quartett, ? Gloew Ddwr ?.?? accom p animent, Y Ffynon ger fy with violin  by Messrs Davies, Mltvpi^tvll, was a gran d access. by Messrs. Davie,, f Alltypist-Il, -,vas a graii(I I The duetts, Y   Chwarelwr" and LIe 1 Trcigla'r Caten, by Mr. J. T. Williams and Mr. B. Davils were well ?? t??he ? be-t commenda- D?, were ? rendered -D, Choir for" April S?er? ?o weUsusteined their high reputation. LINSEED COMrO?D-_ for Coghs   allays irritation. Gives unmcdia ichcf.  proven efficacy. [ia:);)

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