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PHOTOGRAPHS,—Now is the time to have our Photograph taken. Moderate Charges Clubs, Schools, PertW &c.. by appoistsueiat, D. k A, EvQsm in default one month imprisonment. De- fendant applied for time to pay, but was re- fused. He was subsequently taken te Ruthin. t The Quarter Sessions.—At the Quarter Ses- sion which will be held in this town next Friday, there are already eight prisoners committted for trial, which is an unusually large number. An appeal against a convic- tion for drunkenness, by the Llanrwst magistrates will also be tried. Visit of the Bethtsda Choir.-As our adver- tising columns show, this famous Male Voice choir will visit the town next Monday even- ing, and give a concert at the Drill Hall. The proceeds will be devoted to the strike fund. We sincerely hope that all classes in town and neighbourhood will lend a helping hand on this occasion. Assisting the men does not of necessity pronounce a judgment on the cause of the quarrel. It is a pity that the men should should si ffe from want whatever may be the merits if the question in dispute. There is no doubt b it that the concert, musically will be a, treat. Band of Hope Entertainment.-On Tuesday evening, at the English Chapel Schoolroom, a service of song, entitled C J esica's first prayer,' was rendered by the memt e s of the Band of Hope connected with trie English chapel. The solos, duetts, &c., were taken by Misses Jennie Williams, Sara.h Davie" Annie Done, Annie Jones, Florie Evans, and Master Arthur Evans, and the choruses by the whole of the children (over 30 in num- ber). The Rev. Joseph Evans gave the con- nective readings. The whole performance was conducted by Mrs. Fred Roberts, who had been at great trouble to train the children, as was evidenced by the excellent manner in which the children sang. Miss Wheway presided at the pianoforte. At the close of the meeting, a vote of thanks was cordially passed to Mrs. Fred Roberts and the choir for the capital entertainment given, on the motion of Mr. W. Price Jones, seconded by Mr. John Hughes.



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