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**'""*'*"1904. REGISTRATION…

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SHALL SUCCEED MR. SAMUEL SMITH?

CHURCH MUSIC.—No. 2.

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WELSH NEWS IN BRIEF.

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C\VM. CONCERT. — On Thursday evening a 1 concert was held at the above place in aid of the funds of the Wesleyan Chapel. The chair was taken by Mr. J. Cunnah, Prestatyn, and the cncert was conducted by Mr. John Roberts, Gwaenysgor, while Mr. J. H. Savage presided at the piano in his usual efficient manner. The chapel was packed with an enthusiastic audience, and the programme was efficiently sustain- ed by the following artistes Misses M. E. Evans and Lucy Morris, Dyserth Messrs. R. and D. Morgan, Cwm, and Mr. W. T. Party, Newmarket. A tea meeting was held prior to the concert, and despite the inclement weather a good number sat down to an excellent repast. The chapel has lately been renovated and is now in a good state of repair, and an adornment to the village.