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KERRY. MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. At the weekly meeting on Tuesday papers were read on What England will be in 50 years time," the writers endeavouring to give a forecast of what will happen years hence. The papers w-i-e, of a highly speculative order and were given by Messrs J Jerman, C Davies, and H Dolman. Those tak- ing part in the discussion were Messrs A Ander- son, T Pryce, Rev T Phillips, and others. CONCERT.-Ati excellent concert in aid of the Church Improvements was given in the Reading- room, Kerry, on Thursday evening. The room, which had beer, tastefully decorated by the Mi.-ses Jones, Poundley, Lloyd, and J M Jerman, was com- fortably filled, and over C5 was realised as the result of the concert. The program me was arran- ged by Miss Jones (The Moat), and amongst the items was Havdu's Toy Symphony by the M isfies jonee, ijioya, round ley, rmliips, ana Davies. soma of the instruments being lent. by Mr T 11 Taylor, lof Xewrown. When Mr Newling sang The Absent-Minded Beggar," the, tambourine went round and brought in 18s 9d for tIle Patriotic Fund. The Rev T Phillips presided over the con- cert, the programme of which was as follows-. Song, Buie Britannia," Rev T Phillips and party • Violin Solo, Muzurka," Miss Lloyd Song, Jnat as the Sun went: down," Mr Charles Davies; Song, Alone on the Raft," Miss E J Taylor, encored and sung Rags and Tatters"; Instrumental Selection Fra Diavolo." The Misses Lloyd, Miss Poundiev' and Mr J VV Poundley; Song, "The Valley by the Sea," Miss B Lloyd, encored and "Cherry Ripe"; Song, "The Absent-Muidtd Beggar,' (by permission,) Mr Newlincr- toy symphony; song, "The Society Nigger," Mr, Newling; cello solo, Miss C Lloyd; song, "The Swallow," encored and sung On the bauks of Allen Waters," Miss B Lloyd; violin and cello symphony, "Surprise" song, When I was a boy at school," encored and sung "We all go a hunting to-day," Mr Newling; song, "The Toilers," encored and sung" At Twilight," Miss E J Taylor; song,. Soldiers of the Queen," Mr Cbarles Davies and party; finale, God Save the Queen."