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ABERGAVENNY. I Avents.—Messrs Davies A Co. Booksellers. -11 1 CONCERT.—Abergavenny Choral Society gave their second concert for the season on Tuesday night before a large audience. Mr W. R. Carr, A.R.C.O., conducted, and is to be congratulated upon the successful rendering of the selected pieces. The principal soloists were Miss Margaret Sambrook, Mr W. E. Carslin, and Mr W. J. Ireson. THE TOWN HALL--A public meeting was held on Tuesday, to enable the burgesses to express an opinion upon the advisability, or otherwise, of alter- ing the Town Hall for the purpose of obtaining theatrical licenses, and to meet the requirement of the county surveyor. The Mayor (Councillor Straker presided, and opened the proceedings. Eventually it was deoided, on the proposition of Major Harris, seconded by Mr T. N. Bamridge, that the Town Council should be asked to make the Town Hall safe for the meetings that are necessary for the town. A vote of thanks to the Mayor concluded the proceedings.

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