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DOLGELLEY. MUSICAL. Last Wednesday evening, the Walford Family, now on tour, gave a highly interes- ting musical entertainment at the Public Rooms, and were largely patronised. ELECTION OF MEDICAL OFFICER. The members of the Aiding Friendly Society, better known as the Angel Club,' will have to ballot this day (Saturday) for a medical office.r to their society, Dr. Jones, Cae'rffynnon (the present medical officer), being opposed by Dr. Richards. PRESENTATIONS. The committee entrusted with the proposed testimonial to Mr. W. Evans (Artro), of the Post Office, on his leaving the town for Liver- pool, have decided, we learn, that the same shall principally take the form of an illumina- ted address. The presentation will take place shortly. The Wesleyan Methodists of this town are about to hand Mr. John Lloyd, solicitor (now of Towyn), a suitable and handsome presenta- tion as a small token of their appreciation of his faithful service in connection with the church music for many years. A social gathering will shortly take place for this pur- pose. SOCIAL EVENING. The members of the Conservative Fife and Drum Band, with numerous supporters, sat down to a sumptuous repast at the Royal Ship Hotel 011 Saturday evening last. A very en- joyable musical programme followed. The band, subsequently, paraded the streets, and gave some choice selections. FOOTBALL. The town club journey to Towyn this day (Saturday) to meet that team in the Cambrian League competition. Intense interest is cen- tred as to the result, and the team will be accompanied by an unusual number of suppor- ters. We wish them every success, and have every reason to believe they will give a satisfactory account of themselves. POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT. The fifth of the series of these entertainments was held in the Public Roofns on Saturday evening last. Dr. Hugh Jones, Cae'rffynnon, presided. The following programme was gone through:â Pianoforte duett, Missess Nellie Pinkerton and Master Wynne Edwards. Violin Solo, Mr. R. H. Lloyd. Song, Mr. H. O. Williams. Accordion solo, Mr. Lewis Evans. Address by the Chairman. Glee, Mr. J J. Roberts and party. Best impromptu speech, William Jones, Goat Inn, and C. E. Wordsworth equal. Spelling bee, best Willie Roberts. Song, Mr. J. Pugh Jones. Euphonium solo, Mr. C. E. Wordsworth. Messrs. O. O. Roberts, Board School, and J. Martin Jones acted as adjudicators. Before the close of the entertainment, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to the Chairman, who briefly acknowledged.

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