Hide Articles List

15 articles on this Page

Advertising

LIVERPOOL CORN.—TUESDAY.

[No title]

[No title]

[No title]

WEIGHTS FOR THE SPRING HANDICAPS.

[No title]

[No title]

BARMQUTH JUNCTION.

THE FESTINIOG RAILWAY.

THE MARRIAGE OF MISS EDWARDS…

ROTTEN EGGS AND THE ADDRESS…

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN…

-4. LLANDDERFEL.

Detailed Lists, Results and Guides
Cite
Share

-4. LLANDDERFEL. PALE HALL WORKING MICZES CLUB. -The members of thiw club held a "popular entertainment" at the Old Chapel, Llandderfel, on Tuesday evening, the 25th ultimo. H. Robertson, Esq, Crogen, high sheriff of the county, presi- dent of the club, took the chair amidst loud cheering, after which the following programme was gone through Glee—" Nos Galan" Glee Clasof Song" The Death of Nelson" Mr W. Proffit. Tdo-"Maelgwyn Vaughan and Meredyth Rhys" Messrs G. Williams and Party- Song-" Her bright smile haunts me still Mr R. Foulkes Reading—"Mrs Caudle's Curtain Lecture"Mr C. Drinkwater Song—" Yr Hen Ameer Gynt" Mr D. W. Jones. Reading-" Y Shopwr a'i Brentis" Mr Abram Ceunant Trio-" Fair Flora Decks" Messrs G. Williams and Party Soug-" The Thames Embankment" Mr M. Barlow Reading—" The Clerk Muggins" Mr T. Raddy. Song—" The Slave Mother" Mr T. RogenK Quartette-11 The Farmer is a Gentleman" Messrs G. Williams and Party Reading—" The Dead Lighthouse Keeper" Mr S. Buir Song-" Y Tea Mr T. Roberta Reading—"Y Pin a'r Nodwydd" Messrs E. Lloyd and J Owens Song—" When this old hat was new Mr Hugh Roberts Glee-" Sleep, gentle Lady" Glee Class Reading—" Dafydd a'i was" Mr T. Evans Song—" A Life on the Ocean Wave" Mr H. T. Thomaa Reading-" Mary Queen of Scots Mr A. Swan Song-" Cymru lan" (with chorus") Mr W. Proffit Readinjt-" The Bashful Youth" Mr T. Hughes Glee-Yr Haf" Glee Class Reading—" Ifan Benwan" Mr S. Roberts Song —" Have you seen my Polly" Mr R. M'Williams Recitation-" Brutus's Defence" Mr John Samuels Song-" Beautiful Isle of the Sea" Mr S. Roberts Reading-" Cywydd y Daran" Mr D. Williams Glee—" Awake, iEolian Lyre" Glee Class. Finale-u God Save the Queen." The glee class, under the leadership of Mr Williams, British schoolmaster, deserves a great deal of credit, and. we are very glad to see such musical taste and talent amongst the working men of Pale Hall, as well as other inhabitants of Llandderfel who constitute this class. We wish Mr Williams and his class every success, hoping to hear them soon again. In addition to the above programme, Mr R. Jones (Alaw Tegid) played a piece or two on the Welsh harp.—On the motion of Mr Bull, seconded by Mr Jones, Brynmelyn, a vote or thanks was accorded to Mr Robertson, who, in returning thanks, said that he was happy to preside over that meeting, as -he understood the proceeds were devoted to the funds of the British School. He hoped Government would bring in a Bill in the next session of Parliament that would suit the country at large in the matter of education. In the meantime we should support our present schools, both British and National. In conclusion, he wished to return thanks to those gentleman who assisted at the meeting that night.- (Applause.)-Mr R. Thomas, shopkeeper, also thanked them all, on behalf of the British School Committee, for their presence that night,

[No title]