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THE WAR.

CAPTURE OF SPION KOP.

SPION KOP ABANDONED.

FEELING IN LONDON.

GENERAL FRENCH'S FORCE.

VOLUNTEERS FOR THE WAR.

NATAL CONGREGATIONALISTS AND…

WELSHPOOL AND THE YEOMANRY.

ABDICATION OF THE EMPEROR…

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THE TROUBLES OF JANE WOZENCRAFT.

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PREACHERS FOR TO-MORROW, t

ARDDLEEN.

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ARDDLEEN. CONCERT.—A very successful concert was given in the Schoolroom last Friday week in aid of the anniversary fand in connection with the Loyal Penrhos Lodge of Oddfellows held here. The room was crowded, several persons being unable to gain admission. Mr H L Steele, secretary of the lodge, presided, in the absence of Mr J D Rogers, who was prevented from attending on account of illness. The programme which was a long and varied one, consisted of pianoforte duets, songs, action songs by the Juvenile Choir, Arddleen, conducted by Mr Rees Davies, vocal duets and comic songs. The following] is a list of the performers who took part: Miss Davies, Mr and Mrs Rees Davies, Miss Ethel Higgins, Miss Ada Jones, and Mr Bowen, Arddleen Misses Maud and May Lloyd, Mr G Lloyd, Mr Walter Ridge, Llandysilio; Mrs F Gough, Miss E Roberts, Miss Hayward, Llanymynech; Miss Owen, Mr Irrwerth Jones, Mr Wendell Jones, Mr Gregg, Welshpool. At the conclusion a hearty vote of thanks was RO- corded the performers, to Mr Jones, School House, for the use of piano, to the Venerable Archdeacon Thomas for the use of the schoolroom, and to the following members for their assistance in getting up the concert, and arranging and lighting the schoolroom, Brothers T Lloyd, Wern, Pool Quay, who took the leading part, Benjamin Pryce, T Hole, T Jones, Arddleen; R Jones, Trederwen; Percy Jones, Arddleen and Edwin Griffiths, Llan- dysilio. The singing of God save the Queen brought a very enjoyable evening to a close. LLANGYNIEW. CHURCH CHOIR.—-The members of the choir of the parish church were entertained to their annual supper at the Rectory on Wednesday by the Rector and Mrs Reed. Songs, carols, and recita- tions were given by the members, and an address by the Rector, to whom a vote of thanks was passed. ———— KERRY. CORRECTION.—In oui- report of the Oddfellows' meeting at Newtown last week we should have stated that Mr H A Dolman represented the Kerry lodge. +

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