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Ben Davies, Pant teg, Ystalyfera, South Wales, the chaired bard of the Llandudno National Eisteddvod, delivered a most in- teresting and instructive lecture on 'Twm o'r Nant' In the absence through illness of Mr. J. Harrison Jones, the chair was taken by the Rev. James Charles. The lec- turer dealt with the life and works of Twm o'r Nant, and held his audience delighted for nearly two hours. Mr. Gee had kindly lent one of the bardic chairs of the poet of Want, which was placed in the pulpit. On the motion of the chairman, seconded by Mr. Boaz Jones, a vote of thanks was ac- corded the lecturer, and the chairman was thanked on the motion of the Rev. Ben. Da vies seconded by Mr. Gee. The Castle Committee.—At a meeting of this committee held on Tuesday, the follow- ing gentlemen were elected members of the committee to fill vacancies caused by recent deaths — Messrs. James Hughes, Chelten- ham Villa H. T. Roberts, North and South Wales Bank A. Foulkes Roberts, solicitor, and George Davis, Yale Street. The ques- tion of electing a chairman to succeed the late Councillor Andrews has been deferred. 1 he Literary Society of Capel -ilawr.-The weekly meeting on Thursday last took the form of a supper, followed by an entertain- ment. Nearly 200 sat down to supper which had been prepared by a committee of ladies, and gave the greatest satisfaction. The meeting was presided over by Mr. Robert Owen, and the programme included songs by Miss Sallie Jones, Miss Ettie Salusbury, Miss Jennie Jones, Messrs. Joseph Roberts (Vale Street), and R. G. Jones Mr. Meirion Jones (encored), Miss Helsby, and Mr. Edward Jones; an address by the chair- man, and a dialogue by Miss Richards, Miss M. E. Williams, and Miss Emily Hughes.