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Concert at Goodwick.

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Concert at Goodwick. On Tuesday evening a most successful con- cert was held in the Goedwig Chapel, Good- wick, under the auspices of the Fishguard Harbour Works Male Voice Choir. The object was to raise funds for the benefit of Mr Arthur Davies, Plasygamil-road, who is unable to follow his occupation owing to partial para- lysis of his back. The chapel, which was kindly lent by the authorities of the Goed- wig, was quite full, and to show the interest taken in the concert, a crowd had gathered outside before 7 o'clock. The concert was presided over by Mr T E Williams, that gentleman only arriving back from a railway journey in time to occupy the chair. The following was the programme Solo, Mr Canton solo, Miss Reynhart; solo, Mr W J Evans; duet, Miss Reynhart and Mr Llewellyn Davies (encoied); recitation, Mr Canton; chorus, Male Voice Choir (encored); solo, Miss Reynhart; solo, Mr T Rees; solo, Mrs Davies (encored); duet (mandoline), Miss Chubb and Mr Dalton (encored); solo, Mrs J Evans (en- cored) chorus, Male Yoice Choir; solo, Mr Price George solo, Mr Ben Jones solo, Mr Barber; quartette, Mr D Phillips and party; solo, Mr Ben Jones; chorus, Male Voice Choir. Mr A H Clark proposed a vote of thanks to the worthy Chairman, remarking that Mr Williams himself would be able to entertain any audience even without the support of the artistes. He also thanked the artistes, es- pecially the Male Voice Choir for their kind and ready help in such a good cause. The concert, he said, was most enjoyable from beginning to end, in fact one of the best he had seen there, and reflected great credit on Mr Canning, the energetic secretary, and his assistant Mr W James. He finished with a vote of thanks to the authorities of the Goed- wig Chapel for kindly lending the building for the occasion. The committee of the Male Voice Choir wish to thank Mrs A G Lewis and Mrs David James for kindly lend- ing carpets to cover the stage. Without such spontaneous help it would be difficult 10 carry out a concert on such a large scale, but when a deserving cause occurs in Goodwick, or Fishguard, the inhabitants are always equal to the occasion, and show their sym- pathy in a practical manner. It is gratifying to note that such an institution exists in Goodwick as the Male Voice Choir, under the presidency of G Lambert Gibson, Esq. It is hoped that, roughly speaking, the pro- ceeds will be about £8 to £ 10. The accompanists were Miss Lilwall, Miss Hughes, and Miss Patterson.

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