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BRYN PYDEW. A FESTIVAL DAY.—The fact that little Georgie, the first-born to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wil- liams, Shop Newydd, Bryn Pydew, was one year old on Wednesday, was the means of imparting much pleasure to the children of the neighbour- hood. On Thursday, close upon one hundred happy-faced children gathered in the schoolroom of the chapel to enjoy a capital tea, prepared by Mr. and Mrs. Williams, and they were assisted by Mrs. Jones, Shop, Glanwydden Miss Jones, Cae Cynws Miss Gwennie Jones, Marian Miss Owen, Ty'nybryn Miss Alma Davies and Miss Gwennie Jones, Eilian Bay, Amlwch, and Miss Katie Jones. In the evening an excellent concert was held in the chapd, the proceeds of which went towards the funds of the cause. The bright interior was well filled with a delighted audience, and the proceed- ngs were conducted by the inimitable Deiniol Fychan," who was as witty as ever, and gave three gems from his repertoire of recitations that quite charmed the audience. In the absence of Dr. Morgan, of Conway, the Rev. T. C. Davies, of Holyhead, occupied the chair, and made a short and appropriate speech. The vocalists were Miss Williams, Beaumaris, Tegfan Roberts, Miss Ger- trude Hoskins, and Mr. D. Llew. Davies, whilst Mr. Rowland Williams, of Bodysgallen, was the accom- panist, and fulfilled his duties splendidly. A sweet voiced juvenile choir, under the conductorship of Mr. Isaac Jones, Marian, rendered two pretty items, Miss Gwennie Jones, Marian, presiding at the Car- negie organ. The concert was a great success, the singing and Deiniol's elocution being excellent. Tegfan was suffering from a cold, but, neverthe- less, he sang in most artistic style, and in the duets with Miss Williams, the pair quite captivated the audience. Equally successful were Miss Ger- trude Hoskins and Mr. D. Llewelyn Davies, who sang most acceptably, and, like the other duettists, they were encored for their duet. The concert was one of the very best held in Bryn Pydew, and the children in the audience were most exemplary in their behaviour. Mr. Thomas Williams, Penybont, Bryn Pydew, proposed a vote of thanks to all who had contributed to the success of the event, and wished long life to the little fellow that was the cause of the occasion. Mr. Owen Thomas, Peny- bryn, Bryn Pydew, seconded, and it was carried with acclammation. Mr and Mrs Williams after- wards entertained a large party to supper, which was much appreciated, and a happy day was brought to a close with a vote of thanks to Mr and Mrs Williams for their kind hospitality.







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