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JLLANELLY FLOWEll SHOW. I

OUR VOLUNTEER COHPS. I

KIDWELLY NATIONAL SCHOOL.

BURRY POUT EISTEDDFOD. I

TABERNACLE (itiAPEIA,I LLWYNHENDY.

THE WELSH FESTIVAL IN LONDON.

^EPARTUliE OF MR. HAliiiY…

LOCAL DEATH ROLL-—————*—————

LLANELLY MALE VOICE IPARTY.

THE PRINCESS OF WALES' ! JUBILEE…

"THE CUITATE" AT THEI ROYALTY…

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"THE CUITATE" AT THE I ROYALTY THEATRE. The attraction at the Royalty this week is the popaolar actor, Mr. Alfred Paurnier, supported by his celebrated company in The Curate The comp my is under tbedirection of Mr. Harrison Harris. M r. Paumier makes an ideal curate, and his acting is very graceful and refined.' As "The Russian Spy," Miss Aggie Stanton takes her part exceedingly well, her acting bP-ing most pleasing. Miss Letitia Melville as Mrs. Muggs," is also successful to a degree. Mr. G. Carlton Wallace as "Gilbert Westwood," materially ;»i his to the success of the representation. Mr. Fawcett Loinax as Siiioou Peter Muggs" is exceedingly tunny, and creates roars of laughter. He is loudly applauded for his clever dancing. Dick the i,rusalieter (Miss Minnie Leslie), is perfect in ner representation,being a success all round. Sergeant Snipe," (Mr. Frank Fuller) gives tukens of having had military expei ience. He is all that is required in tins character of the piece Miss Maud Wiseman as Florrdte," niwi Miss Halo Hodgson as 11 May h e other artiites who V. rner" are very engaging. The other artistes who assist in making the performance a success are Messrs. Horace Mitchell, G. Selwyn, John Douglas, Willi.m Brown, and F Roper. Good houses have been registered, and by no means undeservedly.

A HUMAN 0STUICH AND HISI STOMACH.

A MISEIt'S GREAT HOARD. I

MISS ELEANOR JENKINS ATII…

IMAGISTRATES' COURT.

ROUND Tilli DISTRICT.

I I ASIIBUUNilAM GOLF CLUB.-I

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE —A—————

TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON. I

MUSICAL SUOCESSliS OF rR.…

I LOCAL CRICKET NOTES.

1MUSTARD AND CRESS.