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CARNARVONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

REVIEW OF THE MEAT TRADE.

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CITY COUNCIL.

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POLICE COURT.

VIOLENT GALE.

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- PRIZE DAY AT THE COUNTY…

CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL.

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CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL. On Monday evening last, a grand concert was given at the above place. Owing to the inevitable absence of Mr. R. Roberts, Trefuant Isaf, the chair was occupied by Mr. O. Williams (jun.), Glanclwyd, Bodfary. An excellent programme was provided, which was disposed of in a very creditable manner. The artistes who took part were: âSoprano, Miss Kate Jones, Ceryg-y-druid- ion contralto, Miss L ura Evans, Henllan; tenor, Mr. Owen Jones, Ceryg-y-druidion; bass, Mr. R. Griffith Jones, draper, Denbigh. Miss Jones, Cetyg-y-druidion, seemed to be the favourite, and her rendering- of Ar Ian y mor,' was exceptionally good, and created much merriment, and incl ded 4n her re- pertoire were Y golomen wen,' 'Fy Mam,' and She wandered down,' each giving gene- ral satisfaction. Miss Laura Evans, a young local artiste of some promise, contri- buted in her best style, 'Pennill adroddai fy nhad/ Y Gardotes fach,' and Dream of Paradise,' her rendering of each being highly appreciated. Mr. Jones, Ceryg y-druidion, who has a fine tenor voice, was rapturously encored for Sound and alarm, Hen gadair freichiau fy mam.' His other song entitled, 'Rwy'n myn'd,' was given with expression and taste, and fully merited the warm ap- plause with which it was greeted. Mr. R. Griffith Jones had a grand reception his selections were: 'Honour and Arms,' Hoff wlad fy ngenedigaeth,'<kc., his render- ing of these was remarkably good, and they well suited his powerful bass voice. The duett,' Hywel and Blodwen,'by Mr. and Miss Jones, Ceryg y-druidion, was ran- dered in such an excellent style, that it roused the audience to a pitch of enthu- siasm, and proved one of the gems of the evening. The duett 'Lie treigla'r Caveri' by Messrs. O. Jones and R. G. Jones, fully gained the appreeiation of the audience. The duties of accompanist were discharged by Miss M. E. Roberts, Mold, in her usual efficient manner, and she certainly deserves thanks for the many services .she renders gratuitously, in this capacity year after year to this cause. Taking the concert on the whole, it was superior in everyway to soine of its predecessors. The usual vote of thanks was proposed and seconded, and carried unanimously by the highly delighted audience. The meeting closed with the singing of the Welsh National Anthem.

MR. LUMLEY ON THE FUNCTIONS…