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COLWYN BAY.

LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

LLANFAIR TALHAIARN.

GYFFIN,

-----iRHOS-ON-SEA.

ABERGELE.

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ABERGELE. CONCERT.—A benefit concert for Mrs. Peter Owen, who recently lost her husband under tragic circumstances, was held at the Church House on Thursday evening, Canon Jones presiding over a full house! The indefatigable Mr. Harry Thomas was responsible for the following excellent pro- gramme -Overture, Mr. T. G. Morgan; song, "My sweet Gwennie," Miss Olwen Williams, Pen.sa.rn (encored) bones per- formance, Mr. J. D. Jones, Bodoryn; song, She was very kind to me," Mr. Tommv Jones (the local Harry Lauder who was encored); song, Father's Territorials," Master C'harlic Bray, Rhyl (encored) song, "Gwlad y Delyn," Mrs. Hughes, Ysgubor Newydd, LI an ta.ir Talhaiarn (encored) song, I've gotter matter," Mr. C. Pierce; duett, Mrs. ilugbe3 and Mr. W. Vaughan (encored) recitation, Sion Jones a'r clock," Mr. Tom Williams, Pensarn; song and dance, Miss Maimie Evans (encored) sketch, by the Little Chinamen," trained by Mrs. Williams, Claremont House, I'en- sarn; ng, "Dream of Paradise," Mrs. Hughes (encored) song, Signorina Carmina," Master Charlie Bray (encored); recitation, Y Gioes Ddir," Mr. Tom Williams song, Archibald, Certainly not! Mr. Harry Thomas (encored) song and dance, Miss Maimie Evans, attired in Scotch costume (encored) song, Ship Uoy! Mr. C. Pierce; song, "I love a lassie," Mr. Tommy Jones. BRAVO!—Mr. D. Thomas, Fron Hyfryd, Abergele. whom I recently reported to have successfully passed his final examination in law, was the only Welshman to gain full honours out of the large number of candidates hailing from the Principality. Mae David Thomas 'nawr yn dallt Pob peth ynglyn a'r gyfraith Fe all ddiffendio'n iawn y dyn A laddo'i fam yng nghyfraith.

LLANDDULAS.

TYNYGROES.

ILLANFAIRFECHAN.

PENMAENMAWR.

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LLANDUDNO.

TALYBONT.

LLANBEDR.,

GLAN CONWAY.

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