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ENTERTAINMENT AT PKIORY CHAPEL.—A very enjoyable entertainment was giren at the Priory Chapel, Carmarthen, on Wednesday evening April 29th, under the auspiccs of the Young People's Association. The choir was taken by the Rev D. Cadvan Jones, President of the Association and after a few opening remarks from him, the following programme was rendered -Pianoforte diut, The Misses Cddran J,,iirs recitation, The road to Henvm," Miss E.'ith May Morgan; duett, List t) the Convent bf-lls," Miss Edith and Anne Williams; recitation, "Cling to the rock, Johnny," Mr T. Priory Jones solo, I can't make up my mind," Mr Eiwyn Ovrea solo, Myli syn magu'r baban," Miss IIill trio, "The merry Elves," Mr Elwyn Owen, Miss Jones, and Miss Mary Davies glee, Awake jlian Lyre," The Choir solo, Miss Jeremy quartette, 1 i wydlost beth ddywed fy nghalon," Mr Walter Thomas and others; aolo, My Ilevrt," Miss Edith Williams, (encored) glee, Blodeuyn bach," The Cho r solo, Mr Curwen D ivies solo, Mr Walter Thomas. Miss Cadvan Jones ably presided at the piano. After the usual vote of thanks, the pleasant proceedings tel minatetl with the rendering of the Welsh National Anthem. ANNUAL PRESS DINNER—The third annual press dinner was held at the Boar's Head Hotel, on Monday. The Mayor (Mr II Brunei White), presided. Thero were also present :—Mr A B Woodman Rev A F Mills Mr James Davies, Towy Works Mr Henry Ilowell Mr m Davies Mr Carter (station-master) I Bowcn, the Junction Mr Thomas Jones, street Mr David Griffiths; Mr Walter Mr W Vaughan George Superintenden Mr John Morgan (surveyor) Mr J Asher Norton Mr W Morris Mr Aithur Arthr B Arthur Mr El ward Lewis, Cillefwr; Jones (Bradbury) Mr Ben Thomas, Ki. Mr G J Hodges (Joint Counties' Asyi Evan Jones, Grecubzink Mr \V Beyi (junior) Mr A LI Lewis Mr II 'Ihomas Mr A E Daviec Mr E W Mr C H WPliaIDR; Mr T SPud Mr Charles Davies, King-street Mr Victc Mr J R Bland, South Wales Daily IVetrx Hughes, H'extrm Mail Mr Daniel NVal Lewis Giles, and Mr 11 J Parry, Journal Lawrence and Mr James Maguire, Co IVeeJdij Reporter Mr E A Percy and Giles, 'Welshman Mr J S Parry, Lion Cambrian Daily Leader Mr E'ans, Sere The usual toasts were drunk, and th, contributed a number of songs and i during the evening. The work of arra the events was carried out by a committe ineu the secretarial duties were perform E E Hughes and Mr Lewis Giles.

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