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T ALBACH. CHOIR OUTING.âThe juvenile choir of the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, with their conductor, Mr Richard Dyer, took au outing on Saturday last to Porthcawl, and were accompanied by their relatives and friends. Numberiug (50 in all, the party were couveyed in breaks supplied by Messrs Stephen Hughes and T Willams (l'aibacb). The weather at the start was cloudy and threatening, but it afterwards cleared kea/uttfiil aim fine. The choir en route sRiig inetrily several choruses. On raching their destination they moved down to the green sward near Porthcawl College, where they rendered part songs and choruses. Afterwards nuts sweets, &c, were distributed amongst the whole party. An adjourn- ment was then made to Mr Comley's restaurant. The repast over,they strolled down to the promenade enjoying the lovely view and refreshing air. \t 7,30 are-start was made, a halt being made on the way at the habitation of Mrs Yorath, Blue-street, Maudlam (who has seen 84 summers), and who being closely connected with many in the party was anxious to hear them sing the choir went through a few choruses, for which the venerable dame returned many thanks. A move was then made for home, which was reached at 9.30, all seeming delighted with the trip.

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