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A LAUDABLE RECORD. ECORD. THIRTY-FIRST ANNUAL. CONCERT AT TABERNACLE. The Tabernacle Band of Hope Choir held their thirty-first annual children's concert on Good Friday night, and gave an excellent per- formance of the operetta. "The little old woman that liv^d in a shoe." Mr. Rhys Richards presided over a large attendance. The children had been well-trained by the conductor, Mr. C. Meudwy Davies, who is tn be highly commended for the admirable per- formance of the choir. The programme was divided into three parts, and the choruses and solos were well rendered. Miss Gertie Richards ably accompanied.

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