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CARIARTHEN TOWN COUNCIL.

THE MAN.

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LLANDILO LOCAL BOARD.

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LLANDYSSUL.

COURT HENRY.

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COURT HENRY. PANTGLAS Apmi.-A. most successful concert was held at the Pantglas Arms, on Thursday evening the 22nd of January last. The promoters Messrs Williams and Kirby, timber merchants, who are well-known in the musical world, mutually agreed with Mrs Lawrence, Middleton Hall, to defray a part of the expense3 incurred on the Llanarthney Suspension Bridge. Great praise is due to the above lady for erecting such a bridge, thereby giving a free bridge to the population of both sides who were before almost foreigners to each other. The neighbourhood of Court Henry has always eclipsed most other places in concerts and eisteddfodau. This is undoubtedly on account of the stringent manner the committees are carried on always taking for their niotto-" All the money received to bb given to the cause and none to be spent on luxuries." The local tuledt, both instru- mental and vocal, were secured all doing their Nork gratis, all did their work well, and considering the orderly behaviour of the audience (scores failing to gain admittance) no wjnder the chairman (Mr Davies, Typicca), was in such a happy mood. The audit of accounts took place on Monday the 2nd inst., when the balance after paying all expenses was found to be £ 16 10-3. All feel deeply grieved at the abrupt manner the concert was closed, but it is to be hoped that all those who took part in it will accent the warmest thanks of the committee unanimously passed at the audit through this medium. Appended is the programme :-Intro- duction, "Little darling," Llanddarog brass band; glee, Llanddarog male voice party tenor solo, Mr Thomas, Pontargothi; soprano solo, Miss Griffiths, Milton Court song, Mr Samuel, Llanddarog song, Llwybr yr Wyddfa," Mr Phillips, White Mill; song, Mr Kirby, Penllergare; pianoforte duet, Mrs Thomas, and Miss Thomas, Llanegwad Vicarage; comic song, Mr Evans, White Mill; glee, 11 Blodetiyn bach wyf fi mewn gardd," Pont- yrynisweii glee party; song, "Mentra Given," Master Tom Williams, Llanarthney; duet," Upper ten and lower five," Messrs Simp3on and Thomas comic song, "Wink at me," Mr Ivor Lloyd Davies, Typicea; song, "Excelsior," Miss Griffiths, Milton Court; song, "Death of Nelson," Mr Phillips, White Mill; glee, Llanddarog male voice party; duet, Mr Thomas and friend; song, Mr Kirby, Penllergare; song, Mr Phillips, U.C.W., Burry Port; glee, "Ffonfritetb," Poutyryniswen glee party; comic song, Mr Evans, White Mill; glee, Llanddarog male voice party; polka, Yes or no," Llanddarog brasi band; finale, "God save the Queen." Mr S. Thomas, of Llanegwad Vicarage, ably accompanied all the singers.

NARBERTH.

LLANGUNLLO.

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