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LLANYCHAIARN. At the mission house, on Friday evening last, a very successful concert was given by the choir of the Cwmgoedwig Sunday school, Mr J. Waddingham, Hafod, in the chair. Among those present were— Mr and MrsM. Davies, Ffosrhydgaled, Mrs Wadding- ham, Hafod; Eev D. Jenkins, vicar, Mrs Richardes, Bryneithyn, Miss Davies, Cwmgoedwig, and Miss Annie Davies, Cwmgoedwig, who presided with her usual ability at the harmonium. After a short speech in Welsh, which was much appreciated by the aud- ience, the following programme was gone through in such a manner as to be a credit to Mr C. Davies, the conductor, and all concerned:—Duet, "Larboard Watch," Messrs C. Davies and Evan Lewis solo, Over the Sea," Miss Kate Williams; solo, Bra- dwriaeth y don," Mr Thomas Evans; duet, "The Minute Gun at Sea," Miss M. J. Jones and Mr C. Davies solo, "Gwlad y Mynyddoedd," Mr Evan Lewis (encored); solo, "Y Gardotes Fach," Miss M. J. Jones (encored); quartette, Ti wyddost beth ddywed fy nghalon," Mr John Daniel and friends. Then followed a rendering of the sacred cantata Joseph," by Mr H. Davies, A.C., Garth. The ren- dering altogether was very good, particularly the singing. Mr C. Davies gave his hearers much plea- sure with his rendering of Joseph's solos. The concert was a decided success, especially when we consider that the performers were entirely confined to mem- bers of Cwmgoedwig Sunday school. DUNVILLE'S OLD IRISH WHISKY is recommended by the medical profession in preference to French Brandy, they hold the largest stock of Whisky in the world. Supplied n casks and cases for home use and exportation. Quotations on application to DUNVILLE & Co., limited, Royal Irish Distilleries, Belfast. "SPECIAL TO LADIES."—Latest Fashions.—One of the most useful and att active of Spring' Fashion Books is SPBNCE'S LATEST FASHIONS." which Messrs James Spence and Co.the well-known Si:k Mercers, of 76, 77, 7s,. and 79, St Paul's Churchyard, will forward gratuitously to any lady 01! tipplication. Our lady readers would be sure to find something to their taste in perusing Spence'^ Latest Fashions." Patterns are sent by this firm post free. Directions are given for self-measurement; and the prices, together with engrav- ings of the various styles, must prove of great, advantage to Indies desirous of having the newest styles at wholesale City prices. Tide London Press. J. Spence & Co., 76, 77, ail(j 79, St Paul's Churchyard, London, E,C. FIRST PRIZE FOR LAUNDRY WORK.—The Laun. dress who won the first prize in the competition for the best got up linen, at the Torquay Industrial Exhibition uses Beckitt's Paris Blue and Starch;

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