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Cllt"1'QIr\lí7.V;(",)-=-,nr.¡;,):T'o.e.r_1tf.f.'htiNtiir,XUr-c=-tJVÇ.. FISHGUARD. CONCERT AT THE TEMPERANCE HALL. One of the most successful concerts ever held at Fishguard took place on Thursday evening- last (St. David's Day). Consider- ZD y ing the short advertisement given of the event, the result more than realised the most sanguine expectations Wm. George James, Esq., was advertised to take the chair, but this gentleman could not attend, and his place was filled by Dr Williams (of Drim), who performed the duties of chair- man in his usual good style. The hall had been tastefully decorated with flags. &c., for the occasion, and the ladies were charm- ingly attired in Welsh Costume on the plat- form. Altogether, the Temperance Hall presented a unique appearance, and it was comfortably filled by a highly appre- ciative audience.—For the performance, we have nothing but unstinted praise to offer, and it would be impossible to single out any one vcalist for special reference, seeing that all were so good. We cannot, however, forbear to menuou the magnificent playing of Ap Pearce on the harp. We append the programme :-Son-, and chor,,ts. St. David's Day," Mr C. Edwards bong, "LI wyn On," M", Maria lkwtm song, Plas Grogerddan," M Evans song, Codiad yr Ehedydd," 1\. Anita Williams song", "'MentraGwen," Mr .jiLeman (encored); song. "Yn lach i ti G\ i n it," Mr James Owen; song, "Merch Megau," Miss Lewis; harp solo, Ap Pearce (encored); duet, Y Ddau Wladgarwr," Messrs D. Rees and J. Owen (encored); song, "Rhyfelgyrch Cadben Morgan," Mr Walter L. Williams song, Y Deryn Pur," Miss G. Williams song, Caru'r Lleuad," Mr Daniel Rees song and chorus Cymru Fydd," Mr Bateman; song and ctorus. Men of Harlech," Mr Daniel Rees duet, Shan Fwyn," Messrs Gwynne A. Roberts and Daniel Rees (encored) song, 'Rwy'n coflo'i- adeg ddedwydd," Miss Symmons (en- cored); song, "Y Tren." Mr Bateman; song and chorus, "Cymru Lan," Mr D. Evans harp solo, Ap Pearce; song, Cly- chau Aberdyfi," Mrs W. J. Vaughan song, "Ar Hyd y Nos," Mr G. A. Roberts song, "Datydd y Garreg Wen,' Mr James Owen song, Merch y Cadben," Mr Daniel Rees song, 'Roedd mam yn cofieidio ei baban bach glan," Miss Bevan (encored); harp solo, Ap Pearce; finale, "Hen Wiad fy Nhadau."—The accompanists were Mrs W. J. Vaughan, Miss Anita Williams, Miss G. Williams and Mr Ernest D. Rollings. The concert vas organised by Mr LI Y. Williams, and the proceeds will be devoted to the Literary Institute of the town.

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