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ATHLETIC NEWS.

I KELSALL. S

I -DUNHAM HILL. I

CONNAH'S QUAY. I

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CONNAH'S QUAY. I SCHOOL CONCERT.—On Friday evening the sixth annual concert was given by the scholars attending St. Mark's National Schools; The proceeds of the concert are to be devoted to; the liquidation of a debt which remains on the: new classroom which has been added to thel schools, and which was opened by the Bishop) of St. Asaph last year. The main classroom ] was requisitioned for the purposes of the' concert, and there was a crowded and apprecia-'j tive audience present. A feature of the pro- ?amme was a representation of the Connah's] Quay Volunteers, under Sergeant Craig Band j The youthful Volunteers, dressed in fuUI uniform went through their drill without a] single mistake. A musical sketch by Standards] V. and VI. girls, entitled, Mistresses »nd| Maids" wa exceedingly good. The Stage epresented a modern registry office, whither| the mistresses repaired to recite their tale of omestic woes, and seeking advice on the management of their servants. The servants^ on the other hand roundly abused their mis- | tresses, and openly revolted because they could not leave their work to ride their bicycle and | possess other liberties. Peace was restored ] through the kindly medium of the head of the registry office. The second portion of th programme consisted of a cantata entitled Ally Sloper's Holiday." The cantata repre- sented a party of light-hearted youths and maidens proceeding into the country as the j guests of Ally Sloper." Upon arriving at their destination they were heartily welcomed and royally entertained by "Ally," the day being spent most enjoyably in the pursuit of rustic games and other forms of amusemente. S The cantata was given by the scholars of | standards V. to VII. with a precision and effect | that left nothing to be desired. Each of the | youthful actors shewed much ability in the E performance of their respective parts. The | reparation of the scholars must have entailed immense labour on the part of Mr. Connell (headmaster) and his staff, and they are to be • ■ongratulated on the excellent result obtained. The solos were rendered with much taste by the principal characters, while the various were excellently rendered by a selected choi!' drawn from the schools. Mr. Connell acted as? accompanist. T

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