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MUSICAL SUCCESS.—Miss Florrie Davies, of Swansea, passed her primary examination iu music in connection with the International Col- lege of Music, obtaining the maximum number of marks (100). Alf. Willett passed his examination in instrumental music, and scored 90 marks. Both are the pupils of Miss Annie Jones, K.A.M., of James-street, Swansea. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES AT YORK RLACE.— The 69th anniversary of the Sunday School in connexion with York Place Baptist Chapel was celebrated on Sunday. The services were parti- cularly bright, and the singing of the children was really excellent, reflecting great credit upon Mr. Jos. Chapman, who was responsible for their training. Splendid sermons were delivered in the morning and evening_by the Rev. Thomas Pollard, of Park Chapel, London. In the after- noon a children's service was held. Mr. D Ro^ser presided, and the Rev. W. Causton de- livered an interesting address. The children sang special hymns, Miss E. Protheroe presiding at the organ. Colle tions were taken up in aid of the Schools funds. WHEATLEY'S HOP BITTERS HAS ECLIPSED ALL OTHER KON-INTOXI- GATING BEVERAGES. Write for address of nearest Bottling Agent to Wheatley and Bates (Ltd.), Napier Street, Sheffield.

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