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CORWEN. AMVIEUK L'<;N,KK"I'.—A concert of this description got up in aid of the Reading-room took place at the* National-school on Thursday evening last. The Rev. W. Richardson, M.A., presided, and there were present—Mrs Price, Mr T. R. Wynne, Mr O. Lloyd, Mr T. H. Pryce, Mr E. James, Mr E. Williams, Rev. D. Jones, Mr E. Jones, Rev. H. C. Williams, Mr R. Roberts, &c. The artistes were Eos Maelor, principal tenor at the Bangor Cathedral, assisted by the following ladies and gentlemenMiss L. Williams, Miss A. J. Williams, Miss W. Wood, Miss Appleton accom- panist, Messrs. 0. Roberts, R. Williams, J. Jones, E. M. Jones the Corwen Glee Party, led by Mr J. Hughes; and the Llansantffraid Glee Party, led by Mr Meredith (Eos Dyfrdwy). The room was crowded, and all went through their work well. At the close Eryr Alwen proposed a vote of thanks to all who had assisted, and also to Mr W. Jones for the loan of the piano. This was seconded by Mr R. Williams and carried with acclamation.

CONWAY.

FLINT.

HOLYHEAD.

HOLYWELL.

LLANSANTFFRAID, near CORWEN.

LLANDUDNO.

CAMP LIFE.

MOLD.

WAVERTREB.

PORTMADOO.

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BODEDERN.

THE ANNUAL REGATTA.