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LLANYMYXECH. MINSTREL ENTERTAINMENT.—On Tuesday evening a grand entertainment was given in the Lion Assembly Rooms by the Old Kentucky" Minstrels on benalf of the Llanytr^ech Cricket Club. A. varied and interesting programme was carried out in a highly satisfactory manner, and the unanimous verdict of the audience was, that it vras the best entertainment given here for years past. Major Goodaire, who takes a great and active interest in the Club, was chairman, and in a few remarks ex- pressed a wish that the people of the district would rake a more active interest in our grand old national game. The funds of the Club were in a rather low condition and he was expressing the feeling of the committee when he tendered their sincere thanks to an anonymous donor for a gener- ous gift of two guineas. Votes of thanks were passed to the genial chairman, performers, and Mrs Roberts, and most enjoyable evening was brought to a close by the singing of the National Anthem. A DANCE.—The annual invitation dance took place in the Lion Hotel Assembly Rooms on Thurs- day week, when nearly a hundred guests accepted Mrs Roberts' invitation. As usual, evervthing was of the best, except the weather, but even this did not deter visitors from proclaiming that the gather- ing was the best of the series. Mrs Roberts waa ably assisted by her daughters, the Misses E and N Roberts, who were largely responsible for the deco- ration of the room, the bountiful refreshments, and the general success of the evening. Mr H H Tims' band was engaged, and gave, as usual, the highest satisfaction. Among the guests were Mr and Miss Morris, Pentref, Mr and Miss Thomas, Treprenal, Mr and Miss Vaughan, Crewe Green, Mr and the Misses Jebb, Bauslev, Mrs and Miss Johnson, The Mount, Mr F Ra'ndles, Mr and Mrs Gough, Mrs C E Rees, Miss Jones, Mr T Wilde, Mr, Mrs, and Miss Lloyd, Hafod OfEa, Messrs and Miss Pritchard, Rhysnant, Miss Davies, Miss Phillips, Pant, Mrs Roberts, Caehen, the Misses Edwards, Haughton, Mr Wilkinson, Miss Deane, Prospect House, Mr Pearman, Oswestry, Miss lurner, Knockin, Mr Goodair, Maesbrook House, Mr and Mre Thomas, Mr G Downes, Mr E IVilde, Haughton, Miss Moore, the Misses' Jones, Mins Cooper, Miss Williams, Llandrinio, Messrs Jones and Miss Jones, Penthryn, Mr Ward and Mr WatVin, Crick- heath, Miss Bowen, the Misses Lee, Air and Miss Morgan, Four Crosses, Messrs Bav.nor, EvaDS W Loveday and H Francis, Oswestry Mr J Davies, Carreghofa, Mr Wilkins, Mr E ,1 effreys, Mr J Richards, Mr Wilson, Mr K >■ an Llany- trl,-XT)ec^' ^e8srs Evans, the Nursery, Mr Spencer Wilde. OsbBSton. Messrs Wellirgs, Messrs Gregory, Criggion, Mr E Griffiths, Kinnerlv, Mr E Ethelston, Maesbrook, Mr Davies. Devtheur the Misses Davies, Plascerrig, the Misses Evans, Welshpool. Miss Pugh, Puul Quay, Miss Hay ward, Mr J Matthews, Mr P Roberts, Miss Roberts and Miss N Roberts, B'shop's Castle.