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MALPAS.

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MALPAS. CHORAL FESTIVAL.âA choral festival, associated with the rural deanery of Ma'pas, was hold on Wednesday evening, in the parish church. The united choirs, numbering upwards of 200 voicos, were from Malpas, Aldford, Bunbury, Bickerton, Burwardsley, Cholmondeley, Tatten- ball and Farndon. They were entertained at tea in the Jubilee Hall. Ihe clergy present at the festival service included the Rev. Canon Rovds (rural dean), the Rev. the Plon, A. R. Parker (Malpas), the Revs. J. L. Vincent (Marbury), C. L. Arnold (Tattenhall), E. F, Gorst (Cholmon- deley), J. M. Hall (Bickerton), Morris Jones (Til- ston), Archdeacon A. Goldwyer Lewis (Aldford), L. Armitstead (Malpas) and J. T. Vale (Bunburv), The prayers were intoned by the Rev. L. Armit- stoad, the two lessons being read by the Rev. the Hon. A. R. Parker. The sermon was preached by the Rev. J. L. Vincent. The musical portion of the service was under the conductorship of Mr. J. Scorah, organist at Aldford, who, though unfortu- nate y totally blind, most skilfully wielded the baton. Tho anthem was from Gounod, "Send out Thy Light," and was executed with tolling effect. The offertory, taken at. the close, amounted to £ 5 Os. 3d. Mr. H. Edwardes, organist and choir- master, Malpas, presided at the organ.

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