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THE CONCERT.

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THE CONCERT. Mr James Amphlett (chairman of the Execu- te Committee) pro-ided over another splendid hout^e"' at the evening concert. Mr and Mrs LoYd George- the Master of Embank, and the W.' Lh members in atteiidaiioo at the afternoon •6ss:on of the Eisteddfod bein.g- aga.in present. Speaking briefly at the outset, the Chairman *&K1 ev*>ry Nationa' Eisteddfod was a success in Ie. particuiaj direction or other, but it was 1 always a financial suewss. lie was very to say, however, that the Colwyn Bay Eis- teddfod had boon a great financial (p" ..a.USi(». Every penny received; on the following day (Saturday) would swell the surplus (cheers). -According to the conditions of the oompeti- J?°n the successful maio voice choir (Manchester wpheaN) took part in the programme, and they aoccrdcd a very cordial reception. Another of the progiumme was the performance °| the Ir;&h Ladies' Choir, under the leadership I' Madamo Cossieit.HelJer, who, it transpire.s, ie 4 Welsh lady. They rendered two or three Irish Lectio m, with capital effect, and were cheered p 'e echo. Ihe vocalists. were Madamo Ada ^Oa&Vy, Madame Laura Evans-Williams, Eos ~/ir> Mr Gvvilyrn Wig-ley, and Mr James Cole- ?lari, Mr D. D. Parry, and Mr Bryan War- r^st being the accompanists. Bv the Fpecial truest of the Chancellor, Madame La/u-ra ■"y^ns-Williams wa« permitted to sing a ooupJet Welsh folk songs at an earlier hour than a.r- J^ged in the programme, so that Mr Lloyd and party could hear her before leaving-. PROCEEDS FOR THE DAY. The Hon. Treasurer (Mr Wm. Jone- North South W ales B-ank) reported that the takings the day amounted to £ 643, making a total J*r the. four days of £ 2920, which exceeded the t sanguine expectations.

> A PROFITABLE CLOSING DAY.

THE LAST CONCERT.

■$ MR T. J. WILLIAMS' HOSPITALITY.

----THE ARTS AND CRAFTS EXHIBITION.

;—-<> BARDS AND JOURNALISTS…

It EISTEDDFOD WORKERS.

ORDERLY EiSTEDDFODWYR.

EISTEDDFOD GENEDLAETHOL COLWYN…

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IEISTEDDFOD FINANCES.

—4-« THE 1912 EISTEDDFOD.

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LLANDUDNO AMUSEMENTS.

NORTH WALES GIRL'S WANDERINGS.

-----SEQUEL TO PIT ACCIDENT

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THE AFTERNOON SESSION'