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YNYSYBWL. | I'LL PIP.—Mr. T. itenes, a si;,dent at the Baptist College. Cardiff, was preacher at Noddfa or, Sundav. r. Davies is the son, of the Rev. E. W Da vies, the well known Baptist minister of Ton Pcntre. OBIT LARY.—Deep sympathy is felt with :1". and Airs. C. Dearson'. Glyn- liivnac'i Street, in the death of their daughter. Marian, which, took place dur- ing the early hours of Tuesday last, after a short but painful illness. The deceased was only six years of age. CHRIST CIIFRCH. On Tuesday evening, the 18th instant, at Christ Church, the Tinted Church Choir gave a splendid rendering of Or. Stainer's fix "oil," under the conductor- ship of T Ellis Lewis, of Hopkins- town. The soloists were Mr. T. Rey- nolds. Trehhfod (tenor), and Air. J. Phillips, Hopkinstown (bass). ALI,OT.NIENTS.t meeting pi the Crawshay Estate Allotnwnt Holders was he-Id on Tuesday evening, the 11th inst., at the Workmen's Hail, to protest against the high rents charged on this Estate for the Allotment Gardens. The phair was occupied by Mr. Ellis Lewis, checkweigher. After considerable dis- cussion of the matter it was unanimous- ly decided that a letter be sent to the head agent of the estate, and also to the local agent, and tnat a petition ap- I pealing for a reduction of the ground rent, be drawn up i.nd signed by the allotment holders, and that the same be sent to Air. R. T. Crawshay, the, owner of the estate. Air. Howell Evans was appointed to carry out the secretar- ial duties. CONCERT.—The famous Apollo Glee Singers gave a concert at the Work- men's llali on j-iiursday evening, the Kith instant, in aid oi the funds 01 the English Congregational Church. The chair was occupied by Mr. 1. J. John. M.E. W ithont a doubt this is one ot the greatest musical combination of male voices that has ever visited lnysy- bwl. They gave a most enthralling per- formance. There was iII)t an indifferent item in the whole programme. Chanclos," the famous reciter, was one of the party, and in one item he was recalled no fewer than four times. Every item in a lengthy programme was superb. The party gave magnificent renderings of the following choruses ;— "Destruction of Uaza" (L. de Hille).; "Peace and War" (Janin); "The Pit- grims (Dr. Parry); "Italian Salad (Gence), "Hallelujah Chorus," and the part'song^. Y" Delyn Aur" (Pughe Evans). Solos were given by Air. Lewys Jones, Baner ein Gwl&d*" Dr, Parry); Mr. J. D. Hebb, "Roses" | (Squire); Mr. Terry Williams, Cp | from Somerset" (Sanderson); LNIr. J. L. Bebb, 1 hear the bugles calling (Dando). The popular duet, Tenor and Baritone (Wilson) was rendered by Alessrs. Bebb and W illiams. 11w. humorous quartette, "A Catastrophe" (AJacy), was also given in fine style. J] The following recitations were given by Chaudos Comiade Jim," "How < Bill Adams won the Battle of Water- 1 loo," "The Fall of Wolsey," The j; Cataract of Ladore," "Charge of the Light Brigade." The party was enter tained to supper at the Workmen's Hall i by members of the English Congrega- tional Church. |

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! COUNCILLOR C. H. HALL, PENRHIWCEIBER.

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