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CORWEN. SUCCESS. The friends of Mr. J. R. Jordan (clerk with Mr. L. Lloyd John, solicitor), will be pleased to know that he passed his Intermediate Examina- tion successfully. FAIR. The monthly fair was held on Tuesday. OtilyafeN,, pigs were offered, and the priees were higher than they have been for some time, 2 1 fat pigs 3d. per lb. Heifers without calves were in good demand, and fetched higher prices. Milk cows were not quite up to the mark of the last fair. A large number of horses, especially agricultural horses, were shown, but comparatively few were sold. The following were the prices for grain:-Feeding oats, 12s. to 13s.; seed oats, 14s. to 18s. per 210 lbs.; common barley, 13s.; seed barley, IGs. to 18s.; malting barley, 16s. to 18. per 280 lbs. Fresh butter, Is. 4d. per lb. Eggs, 16for i shilling. CONCERT. To a large and appreciative audience at the Assembly Rooms on Friday evening, a most snjoyable concert was given by the renowned MLaelor Welsh Costume Choir, in aid of the baptist Chapel Organ Fund. The chair was iccupied by the Hon. C. H. Wynn, Rhug, who nspired the proceedings with a short, sweet, ,nd splendid address. The singing was listen- d to with evident satisfaction throughout, and i he heartiest reception was accorded to the several artistes. The programme comprised '1-' the following pieces:—Chorus, Gwyr Harlech,' by the Choir. Song, e Y dyddiau gynt,' Miss Carrie Wright. Quartette, Nos Calan,' by Aben Quartette. Part song, 'The three fish- ers,' by the Choir. Song, The Star of Bethlehem, Mr. D. E. Ellis. Song, 'Jessamy Town,' by Miss Gwenfron Jones. Quartette, On the banks of Allan waters,'very sweet by the Male Quartette. Chorus, Com- rades song of hope,' very effectively by the Choir. Piano solo, 'Sabbath chimes,' very good,Jby Miss Marsh (Lili'r Morfa). Song, 'Yr Ornest,' by Mr. Arthur Davies, in grand form. 'The Broken Harp,' by the Choir. Song, by Mrs. Emily Hughes. Glee, Yr Haf,' Ivy the Choir. Trio, I Clychaii Aberdyfi,' by Mrs. E. Hughes, Miss Jones, and Miss Wright. Chorus, Now the concert is all over,' by the Choir. Finale, 'Hen Wlad fy Nhadau.'

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