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GARNDIFFAITH. CONCERT.âOn Monday last, a highly-success- ful concert, in connection with Sardis Chapel, was held in the Board Schoolroom. Though the weather was rather cold and some rain fell, a large audience had assembled long before the doors were opened. Perfect order prevailed throughout the evening, and everything passed off satisfactorily. Owing to the illness of some of the singers, some alterations had to be made in the programme, and the promoters of the concert had reason to be thankful that such ex- lient substitutes were forthcoming. The fol- lowing was the programme :-Pianoforte solo, Miss Mends song, Mr. Nathaniel Edwards song, Mrs. Leoffler song, Mr. Ebzr. Richards song, Mr. James Edmunds song, Miss Mends Song, Miss Hunt song, Mr. Dan Williams; song, Mrs. Edmunds song Mr. Hill; pianoforte solo, Mr. W. Edmunds duet, Miss Weeks and friend song, Mr.N.Edwards song, Miss Hunt: song, Mrs. Leoffler; duet, Mr. Hill and Miss Hunt song, Mr. J. Edmunds song, Miss Mends; duet, Miss Mends and Mr. Duncan song, Mrs. Edmunds song, Mr. Duncan ⢠song. Mr. J. Matthews finale, God save the Queen.' The accompaniments were played with great ability by Miss Mends and Miss Jacobs. CLPB DINNER.âOn Saturday last, the mem- bers of Court 14 Loyal Britons, No. 2557, of the Ancient Order of Foresters, held at the Hanbury Arms Hotel, partook of a most substantial dinner, which reflected great credit on Mr. and Mrs. Ellis for their catering abilities. The large and commodious room was very tastefully deco- rated, and flags and mottoes were also conspicu- ously hung over the street. Upon the removal of the cloth, P.C.R. Thomas Dagger was voted to the chair, and was supported by P.C.R. Walter Parry and P.C.R. James Silcox. The vice-chair was ably filled by P.C.R. William Jones, assisted by Mr. George Jones.âThe proceedings were commenced with the usual loyal toasts, which Were fi r,,i nk enthusiastically. The Army, Navy, and Volunteers was coupled with the name of Drum-major William H. Holmes, who responded in a brief and interesting manner.âThe Chair- man next gave The Ancient Order of Foresters," associating with it the name of P.C.R. Jacob Williams, who spoke in advocacy of the symbolic green connected with Forestry. The Vice- chairman next Wfcve 44 Success to Court Loyal Britons," coupled with the name of the Secre- tory, P.C.R. Alfred Ball, who responded by shew- ing at some length the position of the Court, its progress, and the state of its funds. Their capi- tal amounted to upwards of £ 5 10s. per member. The average age of their members had been reduced lately, which was brought about by the deznise of aged members and the introduction <of young men into the Court.âThe Chairman gaore The Juvenile Foresters," and called upoji P.C.R. William H. Holmes to respond. The latter then gave a general summary of the whole Order of Juveniles' totalsj They numbered at present 85,125 members, and the worth of funds was £ 105,799. The branch connected with Court" Loyal Britons was progressing favour- ably. the members being worth an average of £ 5 14s. each. He then alluded to the advantages X)f Juvenile Courts.â4' The health of the Host and Hostess" was drunk with musical honours.â ]Wr. iv,, Uis responded in suitable terms.âMr. John Watkin'8 was the pianist, and his playing was greatly admired. The volunteer Band, under Band-sers ^nt W\ Jones, was also in attendance, and their excellent playing of some popular airs and other good selections of music greatly enhanced the evening's pleasure. Some capital songs were given bv Messrs. Giles, G. Lewis, T. Reiley, and others. Good order prevailed throughout, and a ..ost enjoyable evening was; spent.

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