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PONTYPOOL COLLEGE. Tk-e annual breaking-up party in connection "With the above institution took place on Tuesday evening, and was of a very successful character. Thougu not so large as usual, there was a good attendance, and the proceedings were throughout of a most enjoyable character. Dr Edwards presided, and in his opening re- marks referred to the circumstance of the attendance on that occasion being somewhat smaller than usual, due no doubt to the fact of its being Christmas week and to their friends and elsewhere being busily engaged. He was glad to sav that, upon the whole, they had spent a very happy year at the College. They had done me good work, and were looking forward hopefully to tlieyear 189*2. They had received the Divine blessing, and hoped to experience it in its fullnevss during the coming year. Some of their friends were unable to -be present o» ac- count of iiluess or from other reasons, bat they hoped to see them at alother time. (Applause.) The programme was then proceeded with, as follows :—Pianoforte solo, Miss Morgan duet, 4 Reuben and Rachel,' Master Austin au-d Miss Marian Edwards song. -'Ti'ie flower's message,' Mr. W. Saunders, Yny^ybwl song, FHldle and I,' Miss Jmlian Edwards duet, "Larboard watch,1 Messrs. J. Leigh Davies and J. Lloy<i Williams song, The river of years,' Miss WiA- liams, Typoth song, I -Chwifio'rCadarh gwyo,' Mr. H. Thomas recitation, Keeping his word,' Master A..Edwards song, Nothing else to 4o,' Mr. D. -Jones, Belle Vnie reading. Mr. F, A. Rees; F,(-)Y-ig, "Killarney- Mrs. Edwards piano- for. solo, Miss Ne-Hy Edwards.; song, The soldier and the man,' Mr. R. B. Jones song, Avon't -on buy sny pretty flowers ?' Miss Marian Edwards song, 'I fear no fee,' Mr. S. Jenkins recitation, 'The idiot lad,' Miss F. Phillips song," Death of Nelssn,' Mr, J. L. Daviee^ soxjg,; The song that reached my heart,' Miss M. A. .Hopkins song, "'The Yicar of Bray,' Mr. J. JL. Williams reading, 4 Christmas Day in the Workhouse,' Miss Mott; song, 'She must be mine,' Mr. K A. Rees. .AJ 1 the above items were weM rendesod, mort of the contributions being vociferously encored, but owing to the length ef the programme only one or two responses were allowed. At the close, the Rev.-J. M. Davies, MA., said he thought that that was the seventh gathering of the sort he had attended at the College. He had enjoyed himself most tho- roughly, and begged to propose that their warmest thanks -be tendered to the friends who had entertained them so admirably. japplause.) The Rev. £ L B. Robinson, F.R.G.S., who seconded, in the course of -a humorous speech said he had been so carried, a way by the enthusi- asm of the meeting and the power of the singing that he had actually-spoken and sung in Welsh. (Laughter.) They had spent a very happy evening, and their warmest thanks were due to Dr. Edwards for invitiugthem, and to the stu- dents and other friends who had entertained them. (Applause.) After a lew words from the President, the proposition w.ae passed by acclamation and the DoxoJogy having been sung and the Benediction pronounced, the enjoyable proceedings came to an end.

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