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FISHGUARD AND DIS-Tiucr.

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STKUMBLE HEAD LICHTHOUSE,

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LLANWNDA PARISH COUNCIL.

....... MR STANLEY ROBERTS…

LETTERSTON ANNUAL SPORTS.

LETTERSTON.-

GOODWICK.

RHOSYCAERAU.

HENRY'S MOAT.

-----CLYNDERWEN.

LLANDISSILIOI

| CASTLEDWYRAN.

CAMROSE.

* MATHRY.

TREFGARN OWEN.

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TREFGARN OWEN. Cumwt.-A very successful concert was held at the Council School room on Tuesday even- iug, ..pril 17th. The chair was occupied by Air. A. O. Williams, St. Davids, who carried out his duties very efficiently. The school- room was packed to its utmost capacity, and it was to be regretted that the rowdy element was much in evidence at the back part of the room, and, although asked repeatedly by the chairman to give a hearing, they blankly refused. In future, we would suggest that a "man in blue" be requisitioned, as it is verv unpleasant for those who; attend with the object of listening to the music, to be an- noyed in this manner. The artistes performed their work creditably. The accompanists were Mrs. A. O. Williams, St. Davids: Miss Berry, and Miss A. E. Howelis, Fishguard; and Aliss Williams, Rudbaxtun. The concert had been organised by the lady members of the church, with Aliss Lottie Thomas as secre- tary, the secretarial work being carried out to the satisfaction of all, and the success I of the concert must in a gioat degree be at- tiibuted to her efforts, supported by others who :;pared no pains to ensure success. We compliment the church on having a band of lady workers who are capable of organising such a concert. We append progi-aiiiiiie:- Part I. Solo, "The Land uf the Harp," Air. Thomas, Rogertson. Solo, Eileen Allanah," Miss Berry, Fish- guard. Fo'o, "Anchor," Rev. Richard Williams, fit. Davids. Solo, Astiti)re," Miss Rusa Williams, Rud- baxton. So'o, "Genevieve," Mr. Edwin Wrilcox, Penv- CIVIII. Solo. "The Old Brigade," Mr. W. J. Morris, Letterston. Solo, "Alone un the Raft," Miss Bessie bett. Solo, Bugail Hafwd y GWHI," Air. J. W. Evans, Fishguard. Solo, "Queen of the Ea«th." Mr. Morris. Snlo, "The Bugler," Mr. Morgan Lewis, Fish- gua-.d. Part n. So'o. "Gwlad y Delyn," Mr. Edwin Wilcox. Sol The Diver," Rev. R. Williams. Solo. "A May Morning." Aliss Rosa Wil- lial!l; Recitation, Miss Hilda Thomas. Solo. "There's a girl wanted there." Mr W. J. Solo. "A warrior bold," Mr. Lewis, Fish- guard. t V So:u, "Japanese Love Song." Miss Bcriy. Solo, "U Rlnowch i mi Bregeth Gymraeg." Aliss Narbett. Duet (humorous), Air. and Aliss Williams, Rudbaxton. Solo, The Veteran's Song," Mr. Thomas. Solo, "Isn't that like a man." Air. Williams. R nibixton. Finale, "Hen Wlad ly Nhadau." The Hev. J. H. Iiionias. the respected pastor of the church, expressed his warmest tha tks to all those who had assisted in any- way. and he was proud to say that all tne arti: tes had given their services giatuitously. They had li.t,iiell that evening to high class music. He also wished to especially thank Mr. VSillianis for presiding, and for the killd a id sy npathetie words he had spoken. Airs. Nic'iola-, Hay sea-tie, who takes a keen interest in the work of th1 church, seconded, and th's termiinted a very successful concert. A cuffee supper was provided at the close. »

DINAS.

NEWPORT

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