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IN AID OF DENBIGHSHIRE INFIRMARY. GRAND CONCERT AT KINMEL. To-day week a most interest ing concert was held at Kinmel Park, the treat of the Lord-Lieu- tenant of Flintshire, and its success was in no small measure duo to tho untiring efforts (if Miss Frances Hughes, who, in season and out of SCUbOn, is so ready to lend a helping ihamd in the cause of charity. The concert was or- ganised by this lady with the object of helping the Centenary Fund of the Denbighshire In- firmary, an institution whioh does an immense amount of good, and is deserving of every sup- port. The arrangements were ail that could be desired, and the concert was held in the hand- some ballroom at Kinmel Park. Mr Beckett, the head gardener at the Hall, had in a mcut artistic mariner beautifully decorated a platform at one end of the room with paims, flowers, and various ferns and plants. Against the subdued light of the windows the effect was charming, and reflected the greatest credit en the horticul- tura-liht. A very large company assembled, and among those present were the following, many of the ladicG bringing parl Ie,, with them:—Mr H. R. Hughes, Lady Fiorent.lia Hughes, M'ajor Hughes, tho Hon. Mary Hughes, and Mass Horatia Hughes, Kinmel; Lady Mostyn, Mr and Mrs George Mostyn, Talaore; Lord Camden, Sir Harry and Miss Mainwaring, Colonel and Mrs Iiolusworth, Miss Ahshoton-Smith, the Misseki Charlton, Mr Alfred Farquhar, tIn., Hon. Lionel Byngnam, Mr Vaughan Wynn, Miss Mesham. Captain Kington, Mrs Eiiis, the Hon. Mrs C. Williams, Mis Mellor, the Ho.n. Mrs Blezard, the Hon. Mrs Deveraux, Miss Broderick, Mrs Edward Herbert, Miss Dorothy Herbert. Mrs Do Ranee, Mrs Richardson, Miss Pennant., Mrs Watkin Davies, Mrs Buddicom, Mrs Williams, Rose IIill, St. Asaph; Mrs Duncan Miller, Mrs Fosbery, Miss C. Griffiths, Miss Pryce, St. Asaph; Mrs. Tumour, Mrs Jones, Liane-rch; Mrs H. O. Hughcu. Mrs Bankes, Mies Foulkes, Mr A. Foulkes, Mrs Rowiey Con wv,. Canon Trevor Jones, the Rev. D. J. Davies, Mrs Lewi;, Miss Watts, Mrs Owen Watts, Mrs R. Williams-Wynn, Mr and Mrs Buxton, Mdlle. Hermanscn. Mrs Aitkin, Mr and Mrs E. A. Crabbc, Mrs. Walter, Miss CrodfioJki. Bryn El thin; Mrs Walton Evans, Miss Ralli. Mrs Parry, Pongworn; Mrs Heaton, Mrs Poweltl, Miss Mainwaring, Galltfaenan; Mrs Howard, Wigfair; Miss Chanibres, Miss Pilkin'gton, Mr and Mrs G. T. Evans, Abergele; Miss Pier- son, etc. THE PROGRAMME. Tho programme wa." an excellent one in every respect., and naturally the audience was very appreciative. The singing of Miss Violet Main- waring in "Eyes of grey" was one of the pretti- est numbers of the afternoon. Mi! Charlton in "Chanson I'Ad leii" met with a very enthusiastic reception, but her best rendering was with Mies Violet Mainwaring in the duet "It is na Jean, thy bonnie. face," for whioh they were recalled. Miss Mesham was heard at her best in "The night h,Ltth a thousand even," a;nd she wast a1,50 recalled for her songs in the latter part of the programme. Mr Vincent Jones is not unknown to North Wales audiences, and Ihis fine, power- ful voice was heard to the best advantage on this occasion.. He was recalled for two of his songs, and met with a hearty reception. Ae regards the instrumentalists. Professor White- head s violin polos were a great musical treat, and he hi4d his audienoo spdl.l-bound by his playing. Captain Kington's opening solo was very appreciatively received, while his trio with Mrs El. is and Miss Charlton wag also very good. From start to finish the concert was a great suc- ceai, and each item was listened to with the best of attention. Miss Charlton acted as accom- panist to her sister. The programme was as follows Pianoforte solo, "Rhapsodic" (Tsehaikowsky), Captain Kington; songe,, (a) "Afterwards, love" antii (b) "Eyes of grey" (d'Hardelot). Miss Vio- let Mainwaring; violin soio, "Rhapsodie Hon- groise" (Hauser), Professor Whitehead; wngs, (a.) ande j.n the wood" (Goetz), and (b) "The night hath a thousand eycts" (Lamb't), Miss Mesham; song, "Song of Hybrias the Corc- tan," (E-iiott;, Mr Vincent Jones; songs, (a) "Le Baiser" (Goring Thomas) and (b) "Chanson I' f\diQ u" (Tosti), Mies Charlton; trio (violins and piano), (a) "Andante Reiigioso" (Mendelsohn) and (b) "Sarabande" (Baoh), Mrs Ellis, Miss Chariton, and Captain Kington; songs (a) "Si mes vers avaient des ailes" and (b) "L Heurcux Vagabond" (Ilahn), Miss Violet Mainwaring; song, "Montrose's love Isong" (M. V. White), Mr Vincent Jones; songs, \a) "Chanson du Roi de Thulo" and (b) "Chanson des FLeurs," Miss Mesha.m; vocal duets, (a) "A Spring song" and (b) "It is na Jean, thy bonny faoe" (Ln), Miss Charlton an-d Miss V.ioldt Mainwaring; vioiin polos, (a) "Humoraske" and (b) "Seren- ade" (Dvorak), Professor Whitehead; songs, (a) "Phantoms" (Engelhardt) and (b) "The Thros- tle" (M. V. White), Miss Charlton; finale, "God save the King."

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