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PEMBROKE. The Mayor of Pembroke (Mr. F. S. Reed), at- tended tne Uymrodorion Keception in nonour of Mr. Lloyd George's visit to Cardiff on Fri- day evening. Alleston Races.—The date fixed for the Pem- broke Hunt Steeplechases at Alleston this year is Wednesday, April 8th. There will be five races, including a banking race. Mr. G. R. Young, of the Kings Arms Hotel, is hon. sec. Guardians' Bye-Election.—An election took place on Thursday for the vacancy caused upon the Pembroke Board of Guardians through the retirement of the Rev. C. Hayward Phillips. Four candidates had been nominated, but Mr. A. G. 0. Mathias withdrew. The result of the poll was as follows :-Charles Stewart Richards, retired army officer, 136; W illiam Thomas Norris, clerk, 26; Richard Ormond, auctioneer, six. Benefit Concerts.—Two very successful benefit concerts were held at the Assembly Rooms, Pembroke, on Wednesday and Friday evening. There were large audiences present on each occasion, the Mayor (Mr. F. S. Reed), presiding on the first named date and Dr. Hurrell Style on the- second. An excellent programme had been arranged, and the choir, which had been got together by Mr. R. S. Thomas, acquitted themselves very creditably, whilst the Pem- broke Orchestral Band, conducted by Mr. W. L Thomas, also did well. The programme was as follows :-Glee, "Foresters Sound the Cheer- ful Horn," the Choir; solo, "The spirit of the Storm," Mr. J. H. Canton; selection, "Daugh- ters of the Regiment," the Band; solo, "Only once more," Madame Lai Price; quartette, "Sweet and Low," Messrs. T. Howell, L. John, W. Sharp, and E. Howells; solo, "The Diver," Mr. J. A .Evans; glee, "Away to the meadows, Away," the Choir; solo, "Alice, where art thou," Mr. W. H. Taylor; duet, "Whisper and I shall Hear," Madame Lal Price and Miss A. Thomas; solo, "Just the old Dream," Miss W. Batchelor; valse, "Peaceful Dreaming," the Band; solo, "Nil Desperandum," Mr. J. Harding; quartette, "Now twilight dawns upon the Sea," Miss K. Powell, Miss M. Powell, Mr. W. H. Taylor, and Mr. J. A. Evans; solo, "Killarney," Sergt. Harries; Gavotte, the Band; solo, "Sweat Dreaming," Miss K. Powell; duet, "The Nightingale and the Rose," Miss S. Brace and Mr. J. H. Canton; solo, "The Village Black- smith," Mr. E. Howell; solo, "Parted," Ma- dame Lal Price; glee, "Joy, joy, raise the Shout," the Choir.-Friday's programme was as follows :—Overture, "Semplice," Band; anthem, "Lift up your Heads," choir; solo, "Trust of Little Children," Madame Lal Price; duet, "What are the wild waves saying," Miss S. Brace and Mr. J. H. Canton; solo, "The Holy City," Sergt. J. Harries; solo, "There is a green hill," Miss W. Batchelor; duet, "Maying," Ma- dame Lal Price and Miss A. Thomas; solo, "The lost chord," Mr. W. H. Taylor; anthem, "Consider the Lillies," Choir; solo, "The veter- an's song," Mr. J. Harding; quartette, "Now twilight dawns," Miss K. Powell, Miss M. Powell, Mr. W. Taylor, and Mr. A. Evans; solo, "Crossing the Bar," Miss A. Thomas; selection, "The Heavens are telling," Band; solo, "Lullaby," Miss Muriel Griffiths; duet, "The night shades are falling," Miss W. Batchelor and Miss M. Griffiths; solo, "The children's Home," Miss K. Powell; march. "War march of the Priests, Band; solo, "The Star of Bethlehem," Mr. J. H. Canton; duet, "I know a bank," Miss Kate Powell and Miss M. Powell; solo, "Soul's Awakening," Madame Lal Price; "Hallelujah Chorus," Choir."

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