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I TOWNY. I GRAND TEA. ATEETINO. -On Friday last, a grand tea meeting was held in the National School. The proceeds to go towards the liquidation of the debt on the above school. The trays were gratuitously given by the ladies. The room was most gorgeously decorated. There was such a profusion of flags, banners, mottoes, flowers, evergreens, of all colours and devices artistiolly arrang- ed which had a very brilliant and imposing effect. The tables were also laid out with great taste, the beautiful boquets of choice flowers got up in grand style by the fair sex was truly grand. The credit for the decor-tions &c. of the room is due to Mr. Churchwarden Hunt, as- sisted by Dr. C. R. Williams and Mr. Evans, National School Master. The room was crowded in every part by a most respectable party, most of the" elite" of the neighbourhood and from Aberdovey were present. The ladies who kindly gave the trays were—Mrs. Carnegu, Mrs. Gibbons, Mrs. Parry, Mrs. 'A. Hunt, Mrs. Lloyd, Bronyprus; Mrs. Kennel, Mrs. Kettle, Miss Lloyd, Montgomery; Mrs. Kirkby, Miss Jones, Vicarage, &c. Nearly two hundred sat down. There was an abundance of everything and all of the best quality. Mr. John Roberts performed on the harp and violin, and Mr. Evans officiated at the harmonium some very lively airs were played during the tea and after. The Rev. Titus Lewis, proposed a vote of thanks to the ladies for their very great kindness and liberality. After which the National Anthem was sung and the meeting broke up, all highly pleased with the afternoon, enjoyment. The great element of success was the weather, which was all that could be desired. The amount realised nearly reaches iCI2.

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