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ST. ASAPH. CONCEET.—On Monday evening last a concert was given at the National Schools (kindly lent for the occasion), in aid of the Independent Chapel restora- tion fund. The artistes wore Miss Minnie Jones, Miss Pughe Jones, Mr T. Bartley, Mr M. R. Par- ting-ton, Mr J, LI. YS illiams, and a small glee party, under the leadership of Mr F. C. \Vatkins. Mr Watkins also acted as conductor and accompanist of the concert. Pianoforte solos, etc., were splendidly rendered by Miss Easterby and Miss Gertrude Ed- wards. Although the night was most boisterous and wet, the room was tilled in every corner, and a most enjoyable evening was spent. CATHEDRAL Sunday after Trinity, November 2nd.—Morning at 11 Benedicti, Wat- kins in A; Anthem, "RJ.t are the departed" (Spohr).—Evening-, at :{ 15 The Litany Anthem, "These are they'' (Dykes). Evening at 6.15: Chanta Hymns, lli, 267, 2of).—Choral Services are held on Thursday at 11.30. a.m. and on Satur- days at 3.1o p.m. In residence, Canon Wynne Edwards. Succentor Rev. W. Morton, M.A. Or- ganist, R. A. Atkins, Esq.

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