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CONCERT AT LLANC.A,R,r AN SCHOOLROOM. On Whit-Monday evening, the 22nd ult., a most successful and entertaining concert was held at the above place in aid of the Baptist Church funds. ft was presided over in the absence of the chairman, Rev. W. E. Evans, Carmel, Bonvilstone, by the pastor of the church, under whose auspices it was held. As an accompanist the services of Miss M. B. Price, Llanbethery, were obtained. The party which rendered three glees was under the leadership of Mr. R. Davies. schoolmaster, unto whom much credit is due for the able and skilful manlier in which he had prepared and trained the same, confirming the opinion which is already impressed upon the inhabitants of the locality, that they should be exceedingly proud of having such a competent and useful person in the neigh- bourhood, which accounts for the high esteem in which he is held by all irrespective of creed and sect. THE PKOGBAMME consisted of the following :— Pianoforte solo. Miss M. B. Price. Glee. ';Soft,blow the winds of Spring"The Party. Song. Ora Pro Nobis Miss M, J. Williams, Peterstone. Recitation Mr W. Yorwerth, Cowbridge. Song.Miss Myfanwy Evans, Cowbridge. Song, Chicago Master J. R. Lougher, Garnllwyd. Recitation Mr Evan Thomas, Cowbridge. Song Mr Evan Hopkins, Cowbridge. Recitation Mr T. Yorwerth, Cowbridge. Song. The Holy City" Miss C. Lougher, Garnllwyd. Song. Faraway "Miss E. T. Davies, Llancarfan. Glee.Marseillaise" The Party. Duett.Mania best without a wife" Master J. and Miss D. Lougher. Dialogue.The bashful lover" Mr R. John and Miss M. Edwards. Song Mr T. Howells, Llanblethian. Song Miss M. Evans. Recitation Mr W. Yorwerth. Quartette.Playing on de ole banjo," Messrs Lewis, Davies, and Lougher. Song. The Quaker's Daughter" Miss M. J. Williams. Song.Merch y -M,elinyad" I Miss C. Lougher, Garnllwyd. Duett. Misses Evans and Evans, Cowbridge. Glee. The cuckoo .The Party. Such was the intellectual and exhilarating spread laid before a crowded and attentive house. At the close a hearty vote of thanks was proposed by the Chairman, on behalf of the Church, to the friends of different sects and various localities far and distant for their kindly aid and assistance, such as to make the concert a perfect treat. [The above report was crowded out from last issue.—ED.] •